Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Birthday + Balloons

Hi All!

I have another super cute card for ya!  Who doesn't love birthdays + balloons?  A friend of mine is in love with this set and I wanted to have a card to share at my June workshop.  The set has tons of options, so deciding on one to share with everyone was quite a feat.  But, I saw this design by Linda Callahan and just had to recreate.




The balloons are embossed in White Powder on Vellum. There are two different sizes: bigger on top of the bunch and smaller on the bottom.  They can be punched out with the coordinating Balloon Bouquet Punch.  I wanted a festive print for the background and found this one in the Stacked with Love DSP stack.

Item #: 140675 Balloon Celebration $26.00

Item #: 140609 Balloon Bouquet Punch $18.00

I love this card!  It's so fun & festive!  This set is so versatile and can be used for so many different types of celebration, that it's a must for your collection.  If you'd like to add it to yours, click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner or pop me an email.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Balloon Celebration
Paper: Calypso Coral & Whisper White Thick Cardstock; Stacked with Love DSP; Vellum Paper
Ink: Versamark & Jet Black Stazon
Accessories: Balloon Bouquet Punch, White Embossing Powder; Heat Tool, Sequin Assortment, Crystal Effects, Pop Dots/Dimensionals and Fine Tip Glue Pen

Just for You

Hi All,

Hope you had a great 4th of July weekend! Ours was busy, but spent with family and friends, so that's always time well spent. Now...on to a nice short work week :)

Today, I have a botanical themed card for you.  The print is from the Serene Scenery DSP stack in the new catalog.  I normally don't use large prints like these on cards...but, if you have a large stamp image, they make for a quick and easy card.


I trimmed the leaf print down and used the larger piece as the focal image and the smaller reverse polka dot side for the left panel.  I then embossed the sentiment in black.  I created a border using the Spiral Border Punch and added some Olive Green Organza Ribbon.

There is just something so refreshing about this card.  Maybe because we're bringing the outdoors indoors?  This pack has other great prints as well: more greeny grass hues, beachy blues, and neutral yellows and tans.  They are definitely serene.

Item #: 141642 Serene Scenery DSP Stack $10.00

You won't regret adding this paper to your collection.  Aside from the photographic type prints, there are plenty of abstract prints to coordinate with or use on their own. If you'd like to place an order, click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner or pop me an email.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stamps: Botanicals for You
Papers: Whisper White Thick Cardstock; Serene Scenery DSP Stack
Inks: N/A
Accessories: Spiral Border Punch, Old Olive Striped Organdy Ribbon and Black Embossing Powder

Friday, July 1, 2016

Wild About Flowers

Hi All,

Happy 3-Day Weekend!  Hopefully you have fun plans to enjoy an evening of fireworks. Not sure if we'll head out or not.  With our triple digit temps here in AZ...it makes for quite a warm night.

I kicked off the long weekend with a workshop Thursday night.  Our first card used a stamp set that had been around for quite some time called Wild About Flowers.  It's funny how a stamp set can be in multiple catalogs and it takes that one design to get you hooked.  These were the cards that did it for me.



I loved this design.  It was very reminiscent of a garden.  I kept Hardwood for the background, but created a 'white wash' on Crumb Cake using Craft Whisper White ink.  The flower stems are in Cucumber Crush and the flowers are in Calypso Coral, Rich Razzleberry, Peach Parfait and Strawberry Slush.  They are perfect together.  I loved the pop of purple, so I added a strip of Moonlight DSP.

This stamp set is great in that it offers you three different flower options with stems and buds.  I chose this flower design, as I love poppies and these look very similar.

Item #: 138728 Wild About Flowers $21.00

The background used the Hardwood stamp.

Item #: 133035 Hardwood $15.00
This set is a great addition to any collection.  If you'd like to add it to yours, click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner or pop me an email.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Wild About Flowers, Hardwood and Sincere Salutations
Paper: Crumb Cake Cardstock; Moonlight DSP
Inks: Cucumber Crush, Calypso Coral, Rich Razzleberry, Peach Parfait and Strawberry Slush Classic Pads; Whisper White Craft Pad; Black Stazon
Accessory: Linen Thread


Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Anniversary Love

Hi All,

May is not only Mother's Day in our house, but it is also our Wedding Anniversary.  Like most of you, anniversary stamps are not something I have a bunch of.  But, luckily, hearts will always suffice.


My inspiration for this card, was this gem by FlebbeArt.   I loved the vellum hearts paired with the Crumb Cake.  I couldn't get my design to work on a vertical card, so I flipped it horizontally and it came together perfectly.

The hearts were made using Vellum paper and the Hearts Collection Framelits.  The print is from the Timeless Elegance DSP.  The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.

Item # 127802  $27.00
Item # 101856  $6.50 (20 Sheets)
My husband loved this card and says it was his favorite of all the past cards I've given him. Hope you like it too!  If you'd like to place an order, just click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner or pop me an email.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes
Paper: Crumb Cake Cardstock; Timeless Elegance DSP; Vellum Paper
Ink: Basic Black Classic Ink
Accessories: Hearts Collection Framelits and Metallic Brad

Monday, April 25, 2016

You're Simply Wonderful

Hi All,

In keeping with the Mother's Day theme, I have another feminine card for you.  All we mothers want on our special day is to relax.  What better way to do that than on a nice bike cruise?


I had seen this card from Jacque Williams.  I love that she paired a simple bicycle image with these pretty papers.  The prints are from the Love Blossoms DSP stack.  I love every design in this pack. They can all be mixed and matched and work so well together.
Item #: 140548 Love Blossoms DSP Stack $8.00
This paper pack is retiring and only available while supplies last.  If you'd like to add this to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Pedaling Past (or Pedal Pusher) and Simply Wonderful
Paper: Crumb Cake and Whisper White Cardstock; Love Blossoms DSP
Ink: Rose Red Classic Pad and Jet Black Stazon
Accessories: Paper Piercer and Mat Pack, Stampin' Write Markers (Rose Red and Blushing Bride), Round Tab Punch, Lge White Brad

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Flowering Fields

Hi All,

I got the girls together last week for a workshop.  Our theme was 'Celebrate Her' for Mother's Day, so I wanted to keep things pretty feminine.  Easy to do, right?  For me, the Flowering Fields set from the SAB Mini was a perfect choice.



I had seen this card by Rachel Palmieri and liked the simple design. I paired up Gumball Green and Raspberry Ripple.  Gorgeous together!  This card was ridiculously hard to photograph. I used three different cameras and lots of Photoshop.  I couldn't get a clean/crisp image.  I used Stickles to add a little sparkle...I think the light reflection was throwing off the focus.  Anyone else ever have that problem?  Anyways...it is what it is ;)  Hope you like it!

If you'd like to add any products to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Flowering Fields & Picture Perfect
Paper: Raspberry Ripple, Gumball Green, Crumb Cake and Whisper White Cardstock; Print Poetry DSP
Ink: Jet Black StazOn
Accessories: Raspberry Ripple Ribbon, Corner Rounder Punch, Stampin' Write Markers (Melon Mambo, Strawberry Slush, Regal Rose, So Saffron), Stickles and Pop-Dots/Dimensionals

Sunday, April 10, 2016

You Are the Nicest

Hi All,

I have a little more hummingbird for you today.  This is my second card from the Picture Perfect set.



Does anyone recognize that DSP?  One of my All-time favorites: Thoroughly Modern.  I have a few pieces left and then it's all gone :(  But, for the colors of this hummingbird, I felt it worthy of getting used.

Item ID: 140520 Picture Perfect $27.00

The DSP was easy to choose, I was looking for a particular color combo.  But, I couldn't decide on my background.  It was too plain without anything, and I didn't want it too busy.  So, I pulled out the Softly Falling Embossing Folder.  It was the perfect addition.  It was introduced in the Holiday Mini as a snow background, but as you can see, it definitely translates to other cards.

Item ID: 139672 Softly Falling $8.50
Once again I added some sequins.  Couldn't resist!  The Fine-Tip Glue Pen makes it so easy to add them.

Item ID: 133631 Sequins-In Color $1.99
I love how this card turned out.  This stamp set really is a Must-Have.  If you'd like to add it or any other products to your collection, click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner or pop me an email.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stamps: Picture Perfect
Paper: Crumb Cake and Whisper White Cardstock; Thoroughly Modern DSP
Ink: Bermuda Bay, Island Indigo, Smoky Slate and Basic Gray Classic Pads
Accessories: Softly Falling Embossing Folder, Sequins, Circle Framelits, Fine-Tip Glue Pen and Pop Dots/Dimensionals

A Glimmery Gold Note

Hi All,

Happy Weekend!  It's been a pretty slow week for me work-wise, so I've had a bit of extra time to get into the 'ol craft room.  I've been playing with a new stamp set from the Occasions Mini called Picture Perfect.  There were a couple of cards I had seen with the hummingbird, so I thought I'd jump in with him first.



My card is a CASE of this card by Melissa Davies.  I fell in love with the colors she chose...especially that Gold Glimmer paper.  Just divine.  The hummingbird is a 4-step stamp and the flower is a 3-step stamp.  Stampin' Up makes it easy.  Each stamp is numbered so you know in which order to stamp.  That just leaves the fun of picking out your colors.  For my flowers, I used Bermuda Bay & Island Indigo.  For the hummingbird I used Smoky Slate and Basic Grey in addition to the same two blues.

Item ID: 140520 Picture Perfect $27.00

I love the sequins with the hummingbird.  Not sure why, but they just fit...maybe because hummingbirds are glimmery??  SU! brought out a glue pen that works perfectly with getting these little buggers onto your card.  It's called a Fine-Tip Glue Pen. It was introduced to work with the Thinlit Dies, but it works perfectly with those tiny embellies too.

Item ID: 138309 Fine-Tip Glue Pen $7.00

I fell in love with the simple elegance of this card.  Hope you did too!  If you would like to add any of these to your collection, just click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right corner or pop me an email.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamp: Picture Perfect
Paper: Whisper White Cardstock (Thick for the card base) and Gold Glimmer Paper
Ink: Bermuda Bay, Island Indigo, Smoky Slate and Basic Gray Classic Pads
Accessories: Bermuda Bay and Gold Sequin Trim, Gold Metallic Thread, Fine Tip Glue Pen, Circles Framelits, Petal Cone Die, Paper Snips and Pop Dots/Dimensionals

Monday, April 4, 2016

Good Neighbors

Hi All,

We met a couple a few months ago through a board game Meetup we started last fall.  They just moved into a new house and had a housewarming party this weekend.  I don't usually get to make housewarming cards, so this one was fun to play with.


First, I had to peruse to see what I even had to work with.  I settled on an old Sale-A-Bration Set called Good Neighbors. I've probably had this for years and have never used it. Who knew that it had not only these cute houses, but these adorable trees as well.  Absolutely love them!



Since I was using the Crumb Cake cardstock, I wanted some pops of color.  I settled on Melon Mambo, Elegant Eggplant and Island Indigo.  They work so perfectly together.  Took the design to the inside...and the back.  {Like I said, love these trees!}



I love how this card turned out.  Hope you did too.  If you'd like to add any products to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Good Neighbors & Sky is the Limit
Paper: Crumb Cake & Whisper White Cardstock
Ink: Melon Mambo, Elegant Eggplant & Island Indigo Classic Pads; Black Stazon
Accessories: Paper Snips & Pop-Dots/Dimensionals

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Happy Birthday, Everyone {Ken}

Hi All,

Happy Weekend! The card I have for you today was made for my husband.  He's a Leap Year baby, so he actually had a birthday this year.


Mary Brown's card was my inspiration.  The simple design was perfect for a masculine card.  I switched up the colors and paired up the Happy Birthday, Everyone stamp set with some abstract images.  This is a Hostess set from the 2015-2016 Catalog.  I love the font and there really is a sentiment for "Everyone".

Item #: 139958 $9.00 {Hostess Set}
Hope you like how this one turned out!  If you'd like to add any products to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Happy Birthday, Everyone; Grunge Me
Paper: Bermuda Bay, Basic Black and Whisper White Cardstock
Ink: Burmuda Bay, Crushed Curry and Basic Black Classic Ink
Accessories: N/A

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

You've Got This

Hi All,

Happy Hump Day!  Hope it's been a great week so far.  I got a pretty cool surprise. I am the Featured Stamper over at SplitcoastStampers.  How awesome is that?  People will be hopping into my Gallery and CASE-ing my cards.  I'm truly honored.

For those that don't know what SCS is, it's a website that was started by SU! Demonstrators way back when, to share cards...and it's still going strong today.  You have a stamp set and don't know how to use it, plug in the stamp set name and you will get all kinds of card ideas that others have uploaded. There are also different card challenges each day.  I have been posting cards here forever...8 YEARS to be exact.  That's just CRAZY!  If you haven't been, go check it out. Here's a link to SCS.
Here's a link to my gallery.

Today I have a set of cards for you.  My colors were chosen for me as I used a polka dot print DSP and my choices were limited. My inspiration was this card by Nance Leedy.



These cards use the You've Got This stamp set.  It's a good one.  You get this gorgeous flower and the big abstract background stamp.  It's a two for one!

Item #: 139575 $28.00 Clear Mount
The flower was embossed with white embossing powder.  I then took the matching marker (to the ink) and traced around the embossed edges of the flower.  You can still see the flower if you don't, but this adds a bit more dimension.

This simple design made it quite easy to make multiple cards.  Hope you like them!  If you'd like to add this set to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamp: You've Got This
Paper: Crumb Cake & Whisper White Cardstock; Polka Dot Parade DSP
Ink: Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie & Rich Razzleberry Classic Pads
Accessories: White Embossing Powder, Stampin' Write Markers, Heat Tool and the Corner Rounder Punch

Saturday, February 13, 2016

The Sky is the Limit

Hi All,

Is this not the cutest stamp set?  I love, love, love the heart trail.  Just Adorable.



The clouds are made with the Fancy Flower punch, but you could also use the Flower Fair Framelits Die.  Just cut either in half.  The plane's propellor is a die cut vellum flower.  So clever!

Item# 141349 Sky is the Limit FREE
This is a Sale-A-Bration stamp set that is only available till Monday, February 15th.  Definitely a very versatile set.  You could use it for masculine, graduation or any congratulations type cards.  It is FREE with any $50 purchase in product.

If you'd like to earn this stamp set by adding other products to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' badge in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamp: Sky is the Limit
Paper: Crumb Cake & Whisper White Cardstock; Vellum Paper; Welcome Neighbor DSP
Ink: Jet Black Stazon
Accessories: Fancy Flower Punch, Corner Punch, Island Indigo Baker's Twine, Silver Brad, Pop Dots and a Mini Glue Dot

The Crafty Eraser

Hi All,

The card I have for you today uses a technique that I was really quite excited to try out.  It simply uses a pencil's eraser and a heart template.  Who'da thunk it?  I had gotten the idea on pinterest from someone that was crafting up a canvas bag.  My first thought...we could easily do this on a card. Voila!  Here it is:


This was the inspiration and a quick tutorial:


What a fun & easy technique!  I used a heart from the Hearts Collection Framelits as a template to create the heart.  When I was done, the inside of the heart had a straight line around the edge.  I went back and placed the unused outside portion of the heart die over my new print and went around the inside of the heart.  It gave it a softer look.  I finished it off with a few different looks.  Hard to pick a favorite.  I love them all!

Item# 137136 Hello Life Polymer Stamp Set $25.00
I'm not usually a technique girl, but this one seemed to good to pass up.  Give it a shot...I guarantee you won't be disappointed.  Would even be pretty easy to do with little ones as a craft project.

If you'd like to add any of these to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' badge in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Hello Life & Hello There
Paper: Basic Black & Whisper White Cardstock
Ink: Real Red Classic Pad & Jet Black Stazon
Accessories: Heart Collection Framelits and a Pencil w/ Eraser

Shaker Love

Hi All,

Since Valentine's Day is right around the corner, my last workshop was 'Heart' themed.  I love hearts, so it makes this theme so easy to work with.  Plus, there are TONS of options out there.

My card today has lots of hearts and was my first shot at a shaker card.  Inspired by this design, I had to give it a shot.  I loved the idea of adding in confetti.  Unfortunately, this stuff is not as easy to find as you'd think.  I ended up at Party City and have enough of it to last me a lifetime.


There is a great tutorial for Shaker Cards over at Splitcoaststamper.  I used a polaroid die cut for my shaker.  A transparency was trimmed and added for the window and heart confetti was thrown in side.  I probably could have used a bit more confetti, but I wasn't opening this back up to add it.  It is what it is :)

The background uses the Happy Heart embossing folder.  What's cool about this folder is that you can use the front of the piece for an embossed look (as shown) or the back for a debossed look.  Both are equally cute!

Item# 137364 Happy Heart Embossing Folder $7.50
Item# 136835 Another Thank You $16.00
If you'd like to add any of these to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' badge in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Another Thank You
Paper: Melon Mambo, Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla Cardstock; More Amore DSP
Ink: Melon Mambo Classic Pad
Accessories: Happy Heart Embossing Folder, Curly Label Punch, Polaroid Die Cut, Acetate/Transparency, Mounting Tape and Heart Confetti

Mr. & Mrs. Ribbons & Lace

Hi All!

Who doesn't love a little ribbon and lace?  They are a match made in heaven!  So much so, that I actually have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to them.  I thought it was high time I actually grabbed some to play.  My dear friend Nicole was getting married and I thought this would be a great time to do so.


The base is a pre-made gift card holder in Crumb Cake. I paired this up with some wide lace, sheer brown ribbon and velvet ribbon.  Nicole & Bryant held their reception in a room at a local brewery with a rustic-y theme.  This actually worked perfectly!

Such fun to play with different types of ribbons.  Hope you like it!

Stamp: Label Love
Paper: Chocolate Chip and Very Vanilla Cardstock
Ink: Chocolate Chip Classic Pad
Accessories: Gift Card Enclosure, Artison Label Punch, Wide Lace, Sheer Ribbon and Velvet Ribbon

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Wreath-y Goodness

Hi All,

I had seen this card a couple of years ago and always said I was going to give it a try.  Well, this year, I finally did.  It's a great way to use those small leaf stamps that you have floating around and is so simple to do.


I took one of my circle dies and traced it with a pencil.  I then stamped a leaf at 12:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00.  From there, you just fill in.  I used the same pattern for each quarter of the circle.  Once the ink is dry, you can go back in and erase the penciled circle.  I finished it off with some red and brown crystal gems.  Absolutely love this technique!  Give it a try!

I used the Kraft cardstock for the card base and love the look.  One of my Must-Have items:

Kraft Cardstock Item: 133674  $6.00
If you'd like to add this to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' badge in the top right-hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Falling Leaves, Always Thankful
Paper: Kraft and Whisper White Cardstock
Ink: Crushed Curry, Tangerine Tango, Cherry Cobbler and Chocolate Chip Classic Ink
Accessories: Corner Rounder Punch and Crystal Gemstones

Truly Grateful Tone-on-Tone

Hi All,

A simple, yet pretty card?  I think we all like to stumble upon those--or better yet, create one ourselves.  They are gems that have a lot of star power.  I saw this one by Karen and just had to recreate.  I *loved* the pop of color.


The tone-on-tone of the Crumb Cake ink on the Crumb Cake cardstock allows the Pumpkin Pie to pop.  Add in a Button and some Baker's Twine and you have a simple, sweet card.  You could easily switch up the leaves to snowflakes or balloons for a Holiday or Birthday card. Such a great technique.

Hope you like it!  Thanks so much for stopping by.

Stamps: French Foliage, Falling Leaves and Truly Grateful
Paper: Crumb Cake and Pumpkin Pie Cardstock; Polka Dot Parade DSP
Ink: Crumb Cake Classic Ink
Accessories: Embossing Buddy, White Embossing Powder, Baker's Twine, Button and Glue Dots

A Window with a {Fall} View

Hi All,

Happy Sunday!  I hope you all had a great holiday weekend.  We ate good and spent time with family, so it was perfect here.  With the leaves finally falling off our AZ trees, this brings fall to an end and winter officially here.  But, before I move on to holiday cards, I have a few fall cards to share.


This card uses the Happy Scenes stamp set and Hearth & Home Thinlits Dies.  These can be purchased separately or as a Bundle.  What a great pair they make! I love to color in scenic stamps and the window is the perfect say to highlight them.  This stamp set has three different scenes with various trees that can be used for fall and winter.  So, it gives you a couple options.

I used markers to color the leaves/pumpkins and sponge daubers for the sky/ground.  This was my first time using the daubers and I really like them.  You can control how much ink you use and where it goes.  It also gives a nice soft look.

Some of my Must-Have products:


Happy Scenes / Hearth & Home Thinlits Bundle Item: 140853  $34.75
Happy Scenes Item: 139821  $21.00
Hearth & Home Thinlits: 139666  $20.00

Sponge Daubers (Qty 5) Item# 133773  $5.00
If you'd like to add any of these to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' badge in the top corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Happy Scenes & Falling Leaves
Paper: Crumb Cake, Basic Black & Whisper White Cardstock; Flashback DSP
Ink: Crushed Curry and Chocolate Chip Classic pads and Jet Black Stazon
Accessories: Hearth & Home Thinlits Dies, Stampin' Markers, Sponge Daubers, Embossing Buddy, Gold Glitter Embossing Powder and Pop Dots/Dimensionals

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

80's Flashback

Hi All,

The card I have for you today uses the sister stamp to the Dots I used on my last card.  This stamp set has two images: those dots and these triangles.


Do you agree that this card has a touch of the 80's?  At one point, the 80's were full of geometric shapes.  I think this stamp takes us back there.  This design also incorporates a couple of the new In-Colors, which just happen to be a bit of a throw-back too: Tangelo Twist, Tip Top Taupe and Hello Honey.

My card was inspired by this gem from Shannon Lane.  I really liked the simplicity of it. If you'd like to add any of these products to your crafty space, just pop me an email or click on the 'Order Online' icon in the top right-hand corner.

Item: 133658 Dotty Angles $16.00

Item: 137363 Hello You Thinlits $25.00
Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Dotty Angles and French Foliage
Paper: Tangelo Twist, Hello Honey, Tip Top Taupe and Whisper White Cardstock
Ink: Hello Honey & Tip Top Taupe Classic Pads
Accessories: Hello You Thinlits, Neutrals Candy Dots and Tombo Multipurpose Glue

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Golden Goodness

Hi All!

The card I have for you today is chock-full of all kinds of golden goodness!  Glitter gold embossing...gold sequins...gold foil paper....what could be better?  I saw this card by Kelly Lunceford and just had to recreate.



The stamp set used for the gold embossing is called Dotty Angles.  It has these polka dots and another image with small triangles (think circa 1984).  I've had this set forever and just hadn't found the perfect card to use it with.

I loved her card in pink, but wanted to give it a try with an alternative too.  This card uses Calypso Coral and Coastal Cabana. I let my workshop girls know how very special they were, as I was sharing some of my last sheets of the Coastal Cabana with them.  But, I couldn't resist...love these colors together.



The Stampin' Glitter creates the perfect amount of dazzle to your card.  But, you cannot use it alone. You also need to have the Heat & Stick Powder and a Versamark pad.  Following is the process:

  • Rub cardstock with Embossing Buddy {prevents extra powder/glitter from sticking}
  • Stamp image with Versamark
  • Add Heat & Stick powder to your image
  • Heat with the Heat Tool
  • Add Stampin' Glitter to the heated image
  • Heat once again with the Heat Tool

Below are some of the Must-Have items for this card:

Crazy for You / Hello You Thinlits Bundle  138873  $42.50
These can also be purchased separately
Dotty Angles  133658  $16.00
Gold Foil Sheets  132622  $4.00

If there is anything you'd like to add to your collection, pop me an email or click on the 'Order Stampin' Up Online' icon in the top right hand corner.  Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Dotty Angles & Crazy About You
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Calypso Coral, Coastal Cabana and Very Vanilla Cardstock; Gold Foil Sheets
Ink: Calypso Coral and Basic Black Classic Pads; Versamark Pad
Accessories: Hello You Thinlits Dies, Embossing Buddy, Heat and Stick Powder, Stampin' Glitter Gold, Heat Tool, Gold Sequin Trim and Tombo Multipurpose Glue