Tie Dyed in the Occasions Catalog is one of those sets that can easily get skipped over. It’s deep in the catalog, page 31 , and it doesn’t scream with any particular theme. But it’s a great resource for any occasion.
Today’s Love You More card is the perfect card for a spouse, son or daughter, mother or father, in-law or friends. It’s truly multi-purpose.
Just Stamp Tips
The tie dyed effect is easy with the triple-step heart stamps.
The outer heart is stamped in Pink Pirouette. The next smallest heart is stamped off in Real Red and the innermost heart is full force Real Red.
The simple sentiment started with one thinlit from Sunshine Wishes cropped using Basic Black card stock, and ends using Labeler Alphabet stamped in VersaMark and finished off with Whisper White Embossing Powder.
A Delicate White Doily adds a touch of daintiness.
Here’s more inspiration from Stampin’ Up! for Tie Dyed.
Here’s a great chance to make sure you have special cards on hand when birthdays roll around. Join me for a card class featuring the Birthday Bright Project Kit from the new Stampin’ Up! Occasions Catalog, page 13.
Birthday Card Class
Featuring Interactive Cards
Sunday, February 19
3-6pm * Studio 5425
Class includes the Birthday Bright Project Kit, Stampin’ Dimensionals and 4 Bonus cards and envelopes. All consumables, stamps and inks will be available during class. You must bring your own adhesive: Fast Fuse, SNAIL, Mini-Glue Dots, Tombow Liquid Glue, Fine-Tip Glue Pen.
There’s lots to love about this kit:
Cards are perfect for everyone: men, women, kids — all ages
Interactive, shaker feature is fun
Materials are prepped
Kit includes materials to make 12 cards and envelopes, plus 12 gift tags
Alternative projects are unlimited — tags can easily be switched into cards
Large storage box is included
Envelope address stencil makes handwriting alignment simple
Here’s a peek at this fun and easy project kit.
To reserve your spot and register for this class, click HERE. The deadline to register is February 9, 2017.
Lift Me Up from the new Stampin’ Up! Occasions catalog makes it easy to create a hand-stamped card for almost any occasion. Today I’m sharing a simple layout featuring the Carried Away Designer Series Paper, one of the free gifts during Sale-a-Bration.
Just Stamp Tips
Color coordination is easy. The Carried Away Designer Series Paper guided my choice to use the Night of Navy card stock as my card base, and the Watermelon Wonder ink as my contrasting punch of color.
The Stitched Shape Framelits Dies are available again. One pass through the Big Shot and the Whisper White Card Stock is cut and pierced.
The question always arises: Do I stamp or cut first? You definitely want to stamp first for a perfectly cropped hot air balloon.
Stamp the images and sentiment on a solid surface for the cleanest, sharpest images. Unlike the photopolymer stamps, you do not want to use the Piercing Mat.
The Banner Triple Punch crops the 3/4″ and 1″ banners in one easy action.
One lone Dimensional adds the perfect … dimension for the largest balloon (— not trying to be witty, promise) .
Save 10% with Lift Me Up and Up & Away Bundle
Here’s a look at the Up & Away Thinlits Dies in action.