Easy Card With Stampin' Blends Tips
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Need a quick and simple card idea? Today I'm sharing an easy card with Stampin' Blends Tips...cute, simple, and a card you can duplicate in about 5 minutes. This handmade card features the Stampin' Up! 'A Good Day' stamp set. I have to be honest, when I first saw this stamp set I wasn't in love with it and just could picture many ideas with it but after I purchased it and started creating with it I TOTALLY changed my mind.
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I had a few issues with today's video and I'm so sorry about that but you can still see how to make this card along with using the supply list and dimensions found below.
Easy Card With Stampin' Blends Tips Supply List:
Stamp Set: A Good Day Item 145873
Cardstock: Berry Burst Item 144243; Whisper White Item 100730; Pool Party Item 122924
Designer Paper: Subtles Item 146966
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black Item 132708
Stampin' Blends: Petal Pink Combo Item 147272; Daffodil Delight Combo Item 144603; Pool Party Combo Item 144605
Punches: 1 1/8" Punch Item 146138; 1 3/8" Punch Item 146139
Embossing Folder: Petal Pair Item 145656
Framelit: Layering Circles Item 141705 (Optional)
Misc: Berry Burst Metallic Ribbon Item 145489; Sequins Item 144212; Dimensionals Item 104430; Snail Adhesive Item 104332
Cutting Dimensions and Instructions:
Cut Berry Burst Card base 5 1/2 X 8 1/2 and score at 4 1/4
Cut 2 pieces of Whisper White 5 1/4 X 4 (one of these will be the inside panel of your card)
Cut Whisper White 2 3/8 X 5 1/4 and Emboss
Cut Designer Paper 2 X 5 1/4
Cut a scalloped circle from the layering circles framelit (or punch if you have it) from Berry Burst at 1 3/4"
Adhere the embossed panel to the top of one of the 5 1/4 X 4 whisper white panels and then attach the designer paper right below that. Next, attached the ribbon to cover the seam of those papers using glue dots and wrapping around to the back of the panel. Apply snail adhesive to the back of this panel and adhere to the front of your card base.
Stamp the greeting in memento tuxedo black on pool party and punch with the 1 3/8 scalloped punch. Stamp the bunny on whisper white and punch using the 1 1/8" scalloped punch. You can also stamp the bunny on the lower corner of the inside card panel and the outside corner of your envelope and color if you'd like. Color the bunny using the Stampin' Blends (or whatever coloring tools you'd like).
Adhere your 1 1/8 circle to the 1 3/8 circle and then to the 1 3/4 circle and place that in the center of the ribbon on the card base using dimensionals. Place the greeting circle to the upper right of that center panel as desired. You can then attach sequins using some glue or glue dots to the scalloped circles or anywhere on your card front wherever you'd like them.
Switch up the embossing folder, greetings, or stamped images and see all the wonderful combinations you can come up with.
I'd love to hear from you...do you like these easy cards or do you prefer more advanced techniques? Let me know in the comments.
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