The sun shines bright outside my window; however, the cold wind reminds you of the season the second you step outside the door. Thankfully, I can create all of the flowers that I love to see all year long with my Stampin' Up! products.
Although the picture does not show it wonderfully, your fingers would still feel the embossed flowers that have been colored over with marker.
Petite Pairs stamp set
Big Shot with Flower Garden embossing folder
Colors for cardstock, classic ink pad and markers include Regal Rose, Blushing Bride and Pear Pizzazz
All products used on my blog are exclusive of Stampin' Up!
The New Year began already two weeks ago, and I am still typing 2011. This calculates as Valentines Day being a month away. Today, I decided to share a card that I created awhile ago with the Greeting Card Kids stamp set from Stampin' Up! While this stamp set was first introduced in the 2010-2011 Stampin' Up! Idea Book & Catalog, many people still favor it. I created this card to use at a stamp camp during August 2010. Below you find a complete list of the supplies that I used to create this card. All products are exclusive of Stampin' Up!
Stamp Set: Greeting Card Kids
Cardstock: cherry cobbler, pretty in pink, whisper white, glossy white
Stampin' Write Markers: blush blossom, cherry cobbler, pretty in pink, early espresso
Big Shot with Vintage Wallpaper textured impressions embossing folder and the Lattice die.
The small heart punch and pretty in pink 1/4" grosgrain ribbon complete the project.