Birthday

New Kits Now Available

Stampin’ Up! has added 2 new kits to the Kits Collection! I think you’re going to love these new kits! This month we get a new stamping kit and one non-stamping kit. Let’s take a look~

The Birthday Sparkle Kit makes 6 Cards – 3 each of 2 designs, and 6 tags – 3 each of 2 designs. These projects feature gold foil accents for that extra special touch.

*Birthday Sparkle Photopolymer Stamp Set
*Clear Stamp Block
*Early Espresso Stampin’ Spot
*Step-by-step instructions
*Precut pieces (No prep work! Get right to crafting)
* 6 preprinted envelopes
*Enough adhesive to complete projects
*Gold glitter stickers and pressed wood picks.
*Baker’s Twine in Early Espresso and White
Coordinating Colors: Basic White, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, gold glitter

Watch the unboxing video below. Stampin’ Up! CEO Sara Douglass will show you step-by-step how to put this fun kit together.

Now let’s take a look at the next new kit ~

The Happy Houseplants Kit is perfect for home decor lovers. This kit comes with four 6″x6 “white frames to create four coordinating home decor pieces!

*4 white frames
* Step-by-step instructions
* Precut pieces (No prep work! Get right to crafting)
* Frame size: 7-1/8″ x 7-1/8″ x 7/16″ (18.1 x 18.1 x 1.1 cm)
* Enough adhesive to complete projects
Coordinating colors: Calypso Coral, Garden Green, Granny Apple Green, Lemon Lime Twist, Pecan Pie

Watch the unboxing video below. Stampin’ Up! CEO Sara Douglass will show you step-by-step how to put this fun kit together.

I’d love to be your Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator. To shop for the Birthday Sparkle & Happy Houseplants Kit or any of Stampin’ Up!’s Kits Collection, simply click any of the product photos below!

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Biggest Wish

My son’s birthday was this past Sunday. He is our youngest and has just turned 20! Where did that time go? Masculine cards are always challenging for me but I think this one turn out quite nice. The inspiration for this card came from the Annual Catalog. The colors, Granny Apple Green, Coastal Cabana, Bermuda Bay and Pacific Point, caught my eye as I was flipping though for inspiration.

Putting it all together

Once I pulled the ink pads out I decided to use the same colors in the Brights 6x 6″ Designer Series Paper Assortment. I cut strips of each color and adhered them to a piece of Basic White Cardstock. Then using my mini paper trimmer I trimmed up the strips to fit on my card.

I stamped Happy, from the Biggest Wish Stamp set, in alternating colors of Granny Apple Green, Coastal Cabana and Bermuda Bay on a strip of Basic White Cardstock. Photopolymer stamps make stamping this sentiment multiple times very easy. Once I placed the stip on the cardstock layer where I liked it, I added the Birthday sentiment in Pacific Point. I attached the carstock layer with the DSP strips to a Basic White Cardbase. Then I attached the sentiment strip with Stampin’ Dimensionals to my card and trimmed it down to fit my card.

To finish off my card, I of course had to add some bling. I used Stampin’ Blends to add a bit of color to a few Silver & Clear Epoxy Essentials to add to my card.

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Give It a Whirl with a Stellar Birthday

This fun bright colored card was inspired by a sample in the the Annual Catalog, using the Give It A Whirl Dies and the Stellar Birthday stamp set.

To start I created a template for the wheel to help place the stamped the images. I cut the wheel out of a piece of Vellum Cardstock, then traced the cut out shape from the wheel dies on the Vellum. Then I die cut out the window shape from the wheel. The window shape die is the same size as the cut out on the wheel. Now I have a handy template to stamp images on the wheel.

Once I had the template it was super easy to stamp the images I wanted to use on the wheel. I fussy cut out the little astronaut and die cut the top layer of the card. I use Stampin’ Blends to color in the astronaut and the images on the wheel. On the top layer of the card I heat embossed the stars with White Embossing powder and then brushed on Misty Moonlight ink with a Blending Brush.

For the card Base I used Pumpkin Pie cardstock cut to 5 1/2″ x 8 1/4″, I stamped the stars and planet images along the edges in Pumpkin Pie. I die cut the stars in Silver Foil Cardstock.

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