Today’s post is a handmade Valentine’s card that I made with the new Silver Vellum designer paper from
the Occasions catalog. This card would also be great for a wedding or anniversary as well!
So the details:
The card base is Whisper White with a layer of Silver Foil paper. The vellum with the embossed hearts is cut just a tad smaller than the silver foil.
The Heart from the Language of Love stamp set in the Occasions catalog is stamped and embossed with Silver embossing powder. The heart is cut out using the Heart shaped framelits. The heart is layered onto a doily with a piece of silver ribbon attached.
I used a scrap of the silver foil paper to cut out Love with the Expressions framelits from the Holiday catalog.
Like this card? This card is one of the cards from my Valentine’s class.
Another card from my Cards that Move series using the Circle thinlit Die. This is a Christmas card that is made with the Season of Style Designer paper and the Ornament Keepsakes set which is still available.
This card is actually a CASE (copy and steal everything) from one of my downlines, Michele Lacerda. Michele is one of several really great card designers in my downline. i have a very talented downline and we have a great time when we all get together!
In fact, our weekend retreat is coming up. Want to join us on Cape Cod for a Girls’ weekend on October 26th? Join my group!
We meet monthly to share ideas and stamp. I have the best team! I have been a STampin’ Up! Demonstrator for 12 years (next week) and I am always learning something new from one of my team members. You can watch a short video about becoming a Stampin’ Up! Dmonstrator here.
So back to this card. I used the diagonal stripe from the Season of Style designer paper in the Holiday catalog with accents using Cherry Cobbler card stock. The ornament is stamped with Old Olive ink. and cut out using the coordinating Ornament keepsakes framelits. Don’t forget to stamp two ornaments. One for each side of the circle.
And I really think the bling with the Champaign Glitter paper makes this card.
Check out my Cards that Move Class on October 2nd at 7pm. Cards that Move 2 is on October 22nd at 7pm. You can Register here:
Not local to me?? Don’t fret. Place an order of $35 or more from my website and receive detailed instructions and a technique video for my cards that move class.
You can place an order here. Use the hostess code SGC3GEV7 and you have a chance to be the mystery hostess this week!
Here is another example of the new Circle thinlit die and a Halloween card that moves! I love the ease of these new dies in making the flip cards.
I used the Witches’ Brew designer paper with black card stock and the Halloween Bash Stamp set.
The bat in the middle of the circle card flips around as the center of the circle is cut out.
Want to learn how to make this card? Stop by my Cards that Move Class – Part 1 on Wednesday October 2nd!! Not local to me? Place a $35 order and receive a link to this technique video and full instructions on how to make this card. Use the hostess code SGC3GEV7 and earn a chance to be the mystery hostess for this week. I will be closing this order next Sunday the 29th!
You can Register here for my Cards that Move class:
The theme for my upcoming October technique classes is cards that move. With the new thinlit dies, these cards have become so much easier to make!
This is a card that I designed yesterday using the SoHo Subway designer paper with the By the Tide Stamp set.
I added a little flair to the card by making the shell spin within the circle of the thinlit.
To do this you need the circle framelits to cut out the center of the circle on the card.
Like this card? This is one of the cards that I will teaching how to make at my Cards that Move Technique Classes in October.
Cards that Move Part 1
Wednesday October 2nd 7pm
Cards that Move Part 2
Wednesday October 23rd 7pm
You can attend one class or both. Each class will teach techniques for making different types of interactive cards. You can register here via paypal:
I hope to see you at the class!
It is never too early to get started on those Holiday cards! How can it already be mid-September??
I have been working on design for seveal sets of Holiday cards. These are just a few of the cards that I have ready to go.
The first set is made with the Season of Style Designer paper and the second set is made with the Winter Frost designer paper with all the beautiful shades of blue and silver.
Like these cards? Well, I am offering two opportunities to make these cards.
Join me for a Stamp-a-Stack of Holiday cards
1. Monday September 16th at 6pm at Sal’s Pizza in Woburn, MA. Sal’s is at 299 Washington St. in Woburn (in Cummings Park).
2. Friday September 20th at 7pm in my Creative Playground.
You can register for either location below!
I hope to see you then!!
Here are a couple of new cards that I made with the new Thinlit Card Dies. These new dies are fantastic! The dies make a flip card a quick piece of work!
I made my cards with the Winter Frost designer paper in the Holiday Mini catalog. The first stamp set is the Jewish Celebrations set that is still available from last year’s Holiday catalog. I love the colors of blue in this designer paper.
The card base is Island Indigo with an accent of silver glitter paper cut with the Labels collection framelits. The images are stamped with island indigo ink.
The inside of the card is layered with more Winter Frost designer paper and a piece of coastal cabana card stock. The message shalom is stamped and added to the inside of the flip portion of the card.
The second card uses the same format with the thinlit die to make the flip card with the same designer paper. But the stamps are Christmas ornaments from the Christmas Collectables set.
I love the Winter Frost designer paper with the two sheets of metallic patterned paper. The Shalom card uses the striped metallic designer paper on the background and going down the fold on the inside of the card. The Christmas card uses the metallic designer paper with the mosaic pattern on the flip portion of the card.
So which metallic paper do you like better? Let me know your vote – the metallic strip or the metallic with the mosaic pattern!