Wacky Watercooler Welcome 2015 Blog Hop

Originally posted on January 22, 2015

Hi there! Are you ready for another fabulous Wacky Watercooler Blog Hop? Our theme this time is “Our Favorite…”. I will be sharing with you my favorite project made by a peer from a past post during the 2014 Sale-a-bration time period, my favorite current Stampin’ Up! product, and my favorite of any Stampin’ Up! product I choose!

Before we get started, I just want to remind you, this is a circular Blog Hop.  That means that wherever you begin, if you continue to go to the “next” person on the list, you will eventually wind up right where you first started.  You will find the “next” button (and the “previous” button – if you want to go backwards) at the end of this post. The “home” button will give you a listing of all participating blogs.

If you’ve been moving forward through the blog hop, you’ll just have seen the wonderful and fun creations by the very talented Heidi Weaver from Alberta, Canada.

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Favorite Peer Project…

I have the privilege of sharing a card made by Deborah Smart.  Deborah always has fun and creative projects and it was hard to choose which one as my favorite from the 2014 Sale-a-bration time frame. I chose this particular card for a couple of reasons.  First I liked the layout, second, I liked the way Deborah tied the colors in the Designer Series Paper and the flowers together, and finally I like the Apothecary Accents Framelits.

Did I mention we are to CASE (copy and share everything) our favorite peer project? For my card I used the Lotus Blossoms Sale-A-Brations stamp set as my focal point. The Painted Blooms Designer Series Paper is from January 6 – June 2, 2015 Make Something for Someone Special Occasions Catalog. I just love the Painted Blooms DSP! I also used the new Spring Flowers Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.

Favorite Current Stampin’ Up! Product…

Stampin’ Up! has so many wonderful products, and I am particularly fond of so many of the products in the new Occasions Catalog that choosing just one was a hard for me. But, I did make a choice (ha!) and used several of my “new” favorites!

So what did I use?

  • Hello You Thinlits Dies.  This set has the words hello, thanks, you, and happy. I love die sets because they add such interest to a card.
  • Painted Petals Stamp Set
  • Butterfly Basics Stamp Set
  • Spring Flowers Textured Impressions Embossing Folder

To make the background panel, using Crumb Cake ink, I stamped the honeycomb style stamp from Butterfly Basics repeatedly over Whisper White Cardstock. I applied Pink Pirouette ink directly to the Spring Flower embossing folder (note: I wanted the inked impression to be indented so I inked the side without the logo), then laid the stamped background piece in the embossing folder and ran it through the Big Shot. Finally, I sponged the background piece with Pink Pirouette ink.

My Favorite of any Stampin’ Up! Choice…

 

Well…like I said earlier there are so many products that I love in the new Occasions Catalog that I picked another product out of it. Mind you our annual catalog is FULL of beautiful things, and we have wonderful
products that are introduced throughout the year, but I just couldn’t help myself. I love bags, and therefore, my “Choice Award” goes to the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies.

The Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies are awesome. The reason I love this product so much is you really don’t have to do much other than cut out the paper and adhere it together when you use Designer Series Paper. The final bag measures 3 11/16” x 5 ¼”, the perfect size for a few pieces of candy, jewelry, bags of tea, gift cards, that little something for the special someone.

So there you have it!  I hope you liked my creations.  Please leave a comment to let me know you were here – I love reading your messages!

If you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and would like to order any of the items I shared, please visit my online store here

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Your next stop will be with the awesome Stefanie Pletscher.  I know you’ll love her projects. Just click the “next” button below to see what she has in store for you! Enjoy all your stops – I know you will be inspired!

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Creative Blog Hop – Butterfly Basics

Originally posted on January 19, 2015

Happy Monday! I am so excited because I was asked by Donna at Butternut Sage Designs to take part in the Creative Blog Hop. I am so honored! I do not know Donna personally, but I do know she is a talented artist. I have enjoyed her creations for a long time.

The card I am sharing with you today is a tri-fold card. The reason I decided to use this particular fold is because Donna enjoyed my fall tri-fold card, and I wanted this to be a “thank you” for choosing me to participate in the Creative Blog Hop!

The Make Something for Someone Special Occasions Catalog from Stampin’ Up! is full of wonderful stamp sets. This card features the new Butterflies Basic Bundle (I like the clear bundle), and the Spring Flowers Textured Impressions Embossing Folder from the catalog.

Now to answers the four questions that are part of the Creative Blog Hop.

What are you working on now?
I am working on cards and possibly a 3-D project for the upcoming Wacky Watercolor Blog Hop.

How does your work differ from others in your genre?
I like layers and have a hard time making a single layered, simple card even though I love them! I just never seem to be able to stop at one layer! I am addicted to sponging, so often my cards have something that has been sponged! I have to tell myself “no sponging on this card”! Ha!

Why do you create what you do?
I have always enjoyed creating something, whether it’s with yarn, flowers, or even frosting – yep I used to love decorating cakes! Then my daughter-in-law introduced me to stamping. I can remember those first cards…oh my, has stamping come a long way!
I create to express myself and to inspire others. Stamping satisfies my creative side – that need to create something. I also love to see a card come together from the “story” I am trying to tell.

How does your creativity work?
I get inspiration from many sources. Sometimes I’m inspired by something I saw on Pinterest. Other times it is the stamp set itself; often it’s the layout of the card. Many times, when I create a card I am trying to tell a story. For example, with the card above the story is about a butterfly in search of sweet flowers! The ribbon was added to speak of the delicacy of the butterfly. Other times when I create it’s all about the technique. Once the inspiration process has started the story begins!

I have the privilege to nominate two more artists for next week and they are Heidi Weaver from Stampin Along With Heidi and Kath Ricks at All That Scrap. Heidi is one of the original Wacky Watercooler artists and Kath also participates in the Wacky Watercooler hops. I know they will have some fun projects to share with you!

Please leave a comment – I’d love to hear from you.

Like what you saw and want to create it yourself?  Shop here 24/7.

Supplies

Stamps

  • Butterfly Basics (138813 wood; 138816 clear; photopolymer 137154)

Paper and Ink

  • Very Vanilla (101650)
  • Crumb Cake Card Stock (120953); Ink (126975)
  • Early Espresso Card Stock (119686); Ink (126974)

Accessories

  • Venetian Crochet Trim (134581)
  • Calypso Coral Assortment Blendabilities (130996)
  • Old Olive Assortment Blendabilities (130999)
  • Pearl Basic Jewels ( 119247)
  • Spring Flowers Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (137364)
  • Butterflies Thinlits Dies (137360)
  • Big Shot (113439)

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Butterfly Basics

Originally posted on January 12, 2015

Have you ever thought about butterfly wings? I do occasionally. They are so delicate, but so very beautiful. They come in all kinds of colors, shapes and sizes. Just like us, all kinds of colors, shapes and sizes! How awesome!

Today I am sharing a vintage take on the challenge #192 over at the Friday Mashup! blog.

The challenge this week is:
  • Create a project with a “Embossing Folder Stamping Technique”
  • Create a project  with “Mix & Matched Shapes”.
  • or Mash it Up! and create a “project using the technique with different shapes”.

I decided to mash it up using the new Butterfly Basic stamp set in the Occasions Catalog from Stampin’ Up! and two different shapes – hearts and butterflies. It’s definitely not a clean and simple card. In fact, it’s kind of messy, but I had fun making it!

I think the butterfly in this set really has a vintage feel to it.

The Embossing Folder Stamping Technique is so easy to do. This is how I did it.
  • Ink up one side of your embossing folder anyway you want. Daubers, straight from ink pad, brayer…
  • Spritz inked side with water. Make sure you use enough water to lift the ink into the paper. Depending on what side of your folder you ink will depend on the print outline. The side with the logo will be a broader print and the other side will be a finer lined print.
  • Next lay the watercolor paper on the folder, close the embossing folder and press gently.
  • Open the folder and gently lift your paper straight up.
  • Set aside to dry.

Experiment with this technique to find what works best for you.

Please leave a comment – I’d love to hear from you.

Don’t forget to check out the Sale-A-Bration.

Earn Free products for every $50 you spend.

SaleABration 2015

Like what you saw and want to create it yourself?  Shop here 24/7.

Supplies

Stamps

  • Butterfly Basics (138813 wood; 138816 clear; photopolymer 137154)

Paper and Ink

  • Watercolor Paper (122959)
  • Shimmery White Card Stock (101910)
  • Melon Mambo Card Stock (115320); Ink (126948)
  • Eggplant Envy Card Stock (105126) Ink (126969)
  • Old Olive Card Stock (100702); Ink (126953)

Accessories

  • Aqua Painter (103954)
  • Early Espresso 1/2″ Seam Binding Ribbon (134582)
  • Happy Heart Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (137364)
  • Butterflies Thinlits Dies (137360)
  • Hearts Collection Framelits Dies (125599)
  • Big Shot (113439)
  • Stampin’ Spritzer (126185)
  • Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246)
  • Stamping Sponges (101610)

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A Happy Thing

Originally posted on January 9, 2015

It’s been a while since I’ve been able to create a card and I enjoyed being able to get my creative juices flowing again.

I am so excited about our new 2015 Occasions Catalog and Sale-A-Bration offering. The catalog is full of beautiful stamps, dies, paper, kits…I want everything! I knew I was hooked when I saw the beautiful arrangement on the front cover that comes as a kit. Click here to see what I mean and click here to shop 24/7!

Today I am sharing a fun stamp set called A Happy Thing from Stampin’ Up!  The bird is so cute, and the lemon branch is fabulous. This set speaks of the coming of sunnier days, and I’m ready for them! You can get this set free when you spend $50 – before shipping and tax. Yep, you read it right, you can get this free with a qualified order! Check it out here.

My layout was inspired by the Mojo Monday challenge # 379 (MOJO379).

If you enjoyed this card, please leave a comment – I’d love to hear from you.

Like what you saw and want to create it yourself?  Shop here 24/7.

Supplies

Stamps

  • A Happy Thing (139131 wood; 139134 clear)
  • Gorgeous Grunge (130514 wood; 130517clear)

Paper and Ink

  • Whisper White Card Stock (100730)
  • Mossy Meadow Card Stock (133676)
  • Bermuda Bay Card Stock (131197)
  • Crushed Curry Card Stock (131199)
  • Birthday Bash Specialty Designer Series Paper (137783)
  • Black Ink – Memento (132708)
  • Coastal Cabana Card Stock Ink 131175)

Accessories

  • Calypso Coral Assortment Blendabilities (130996)
  • Coastal Cabana Assortment Blendabilities (131000)
  • Old Olive Assortment Blendabilities (130999)
  • Daffodil Delight Assortment Blendabilities (130998)
  • Linen Thread (104199)
  • Woodgrain Embossing Folder (127821)
  • Big Shot (113439)

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Ornamental Pine – Merry Christmas

Originally posted on December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas! May your day be filled with love, joy and peace. I hope your stockings were filled with chocolate and stamps (of course)!

This card is a Double Dutch Fold card featuring the Ornamental Pine stamp set from Stampin’ Up! Click here for a link to Splitcoast Stampers’ tutorial on how to make a Double Dutch Fold card.  Once I had stamped the pine boughs, used the gel pen to give a snowy effect, and finally sponged the card stock; I pressed a VersaMark stamp pad all over the background image and then sprinkled with Iridescent Ice Stampin’ Emboss Powder and finally heat set.  I also covered the pine cones with the Iridescent Ice powder.

I hope you enjoyed the card, and again, Merry Christmas!

If you enjoyed this card, please leave a comment – I’d love to hear from you!

Supplies
Stamps

  • Ornamental Pine (135104 wood; 135107 clear)

Paper and Ink

  • Whisper White Card Stock (100730)
  • Cherry Cobbler Card Stock ( 119685) Ink (126966)
  • Garden Green Ink (126973)
  • Early Espresso Card Stock (119686) Ink (126974)
  • Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper Stack (135824)
  • VersaMark (102283)

Accessories

  • Iridescent Ice Stampin’ Emboss Powder (101930)
  • Heat Tool (129053)
  • Bird Builder Punch (117191)
  • Baked Brown Sugar Thick Baker’s Twine (135639)
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)
  • Gel Pen (105021)
  • Stamping Sponges (101610)

Like what you saw and want to create it yourself?  Shop here 24/7.

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Lovely as a Tree – A Christmas Card

Originally posted on December 20, 2014

Christmas is almost here!   Have you been busy making your Christmas cards?

I want to share a card with you that you can make very simply or step it up to make a fancy fold card.

Here is a picture of the card made as a simple card before I added the “fancy fold”.

Lovely as a Tree is such a versatile stamp set.  Just love it!

This next picture is the card front after I added the tag “flap” as a fancy fold. Wondering how I got the end of the tag? I inserted the end of a 2” wide strip of Whisper White over and under a die from the Deco Labels Collection so only the end was cut.

I cut out a second star from the Stars Framelits to add back onto the front star and used a Project Life pen to add some interest.

If you enjoyed this card, please leave a comment – I’d love to hear from you.

Supplies

Stamps

  • Lovely as a Tree (128655 wood; 127793 Clear)
  • Holiday Home (Photopolymer 135095)
  • White Christmas (Photopolymer 135767)

Paper and Ink

  •  Whisper White Card Stock (100730)
  • Real Red Card Stock (102482)
  • Basic Gray card stock (121044); Ink (126981)
  • Smoky Slate Card Stock (131202); Ink (131179)
  • VersaMark (102283)
  • Black Ink – Memento (132708)

Accessories

  • Confetti Stars Punch (135861)
  • Stars Framelits (133723)
  • Deco Labels Collection Framelits (130102)
  • Big Shot (113439)
  • White Stampin’ Emboss Powder(109132)
  • Heat Tool (129053)
  • Real Red Stampin Write Marker (100052)
  • Dazzling Diamonds Stampin’ Glitter (133751)
  • Project Life Journaling Pen (135304)
  • 2-Way Glue Pen (100425)
  • Stamping Sponges (101610)

Like what you saw and want to create it yourself?  Shop here 24/7.

Thank you for stopping by!

Wacky Watercooler The Best of… Blog Hop

Originally posted on December 11, 2014

Welcome to the Wacky Watercooler The Best of… Blog Hop.  I’m so excited to have you see all the amazing projects we have to share this month!

We each have chosen what we felt was one of the best of one of our peers’ posts, and then we CASE (copy and share everything) the project. Each of us will also share our favorite retired Stampin’ Up! product or stamp set and a best of from the current Stampin’ Up! products.

Remember, this is a circular Blog Hop.  That means that wherever you begin, if you continue to go to the “next” person on the list, you will eventually wind up right where you first started.  You will find the “next” button (and the “previous” button – if you want to go backwards) at the end of this post. The “home” button will give you a listing of all participating blogs.

If you’ve been moving forward through the blog hop, you’ll just have seen the wonderful creations by the very talented Priscilla Ivler from California.

I know you’ll enjoy seeing all the other blogs too. Happy hopping!

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Best of Peer Post…

I am sharing a card made by Stefanie Pletscher.  Stefanie is the gifted and talented artist at The Crafty Medic blog. I fell in love with this fall card she made for our September, 2014 Wacky Watercooler Blog Hop. I can image a windy day with the leaves flying through the air and some of them blown up against a fence and gathered with pumpkins when I look at this card. Oh how I love the days of autumn!

The gold Glimmer Paper really adds pizzazz to this card don’t you think?

Here is my CASE on this card. I stayed with the layout of the card and chose to use stars in place of the leaves and pumpkins and silver Glimmer Paper instead of gold.

Best of Retired…

This was a difficult decision to make when it comes to picking a favorite retired stamp set. I have so many that it is embarrassing! I just can’t get myself to part with any of them, because they are all so awesome! But alas, I made a decision to use a winter theme and decided Winter Post from Stampin’ Up! was my choice. The set has some great stamps in it so I had to make another hard decision of which one to choose. The skater stamp won out!

I took several pictures of this card.  I was trying to capture the beauty of the silver foil paper.

To make this card

  • Using the Northern Flurry embossing folder, emboss the silver fold sheet and add it to the card base.
  • Hand cut a piece of Lost Lagoon for a narrow banner. (the width of the one I cut was 1 ¼”) Adhere to silver foil layer.
  • Using the largest die from the Banner Framelits Dies cut the silver Glimmer Paper banner. (I made mine about an inch longer than the die) Adhere over Lost Lagoon banner.
  • Stamp the trees from Lovely as A Tree on Whisper White card stock or water color paper and die cut it out with a Deco Labels Collection Framelits.
  • Next water color the sky and ice on the tree piece and let dry.
  • Using VersaMark ink, stamp the flourish image from the Everything Eleanor set, sprinkle silver embossing powder over stamped image, and heat set with heat tool.
  • Using a two-way glue pen, lay down a thin layer of liquid adhesive. Sprinkle on Dazzling Diamonds glitter. Shake off excess.
  • Traced along the outside of the same size Deco Label Framelit used to cut the tree piece out with to create a Lost Lagoon layer to adhere the tree piece to.
  • Stamp and color the skaters, then cut the image out and adhered it to the “tree” piece.
  • Adhere Deco Label focal point over silver Glimmer Paper banner.

Best of Current Stampin’ Up! products…

I’m not sure why I waited so long to get the Festival of Trees set. In the beginning I really didn’t think I liked it, but then I saw so many cute cards made with it. Now that I have used the set I can see why so many others have fallen for this set.

This was my first attempt at making an easel card. Another one of those “why did I wait so long” thoughts! I really enjoyed making this style of card and I know I will be making more.

Well, that’s it for now.  I hope you liked my creations.  Please leave a comment to let me know you were here – I love reading your messages! 

If you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and would like to order any of the items I shared, please visit my online store here. 

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Your next stop will be with the talented Heidi Weaver.  I know you’ll enjoy her projects. Just click the “next” button below to see what she has in store for you! Enjoy all your stops – I know you will be inspired!

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Thanks for stopping by!

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and you don’t have a Stamping Up Demonstrator

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Holiday Home and White Christmas

 Originally posted on November 21, 2014

I’m sharing a card that is very similar to the card I made for the Wacky Watercooler October Blog Hop. The main difference between the two cards is I used card stock for the blue background and colored card stock for the house which made the card easier to make.

How to make this card:

  • Stamp a portion of the tree stamp from the White Christmas stamp set on the Whisper White 5 ¼” x 4” piece and color it in with a Crumb Cake Stampin’ Write Marker.
  • Adhered the 1 ½” x 3 ¾” piece of Night of Navy panel to the Whisper White card layer.
  • Cut a hill from a 1 ½” x 1 ½” piece of Whisper White card stock and sponge in snow drifts with Soft Sky ink and adhere it to the Night of Navy panel.
  • Using the Circle Collection Framelits (4th from the smallest), cut out a circle of the Silver Glimmer Paper and the acetate-window sheet.
  • Using black Stazon, stamp Santa and his reindeer (from the Holiday Home set) onto the circle piece of acetate-window sheet and then adhere the acetate piece to the circle glimmer paper with Crystal Effects. Adhere circle(s) to card.
  • Stamp the house (from the Holiday Home set) with VersaMark onto to a 1 ½” x 3 ¾” piece of Basic Gray card stock; sprinkle White Embossing Powder to cover image; heat set; die cut the house out using the Homemade Holiday Framelits Dies; color it with markers; and then adhere it to the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Stamp the car using black Memento ink , color the car (from White Christmas set), and cut it out.
  • The Christmas tree (from White Christmas set) is stamped on Old Olive using Old Olive ink and then cut.
  • Adhere the car and tree to the card.
  • Adhere the 5 ¼” 4” Whisper White panel to the Cherry Cobbler card base.

If you enjoyed this card, please leave a comment – I’d love to hear from you.

Like what you saw and want to create it yourself?  Shop here 24/7.

Supplies

Stamp Set

  • Holiday Home (Photopolymer 135095)
  • White Christmas (Photopolymer 135767)

Card stock

  • Cherry Cobbler card stock ( 119685)
  • Whisper White card stock (100730)
  • Night of Navy card stock (100867)
  • Basic Gray card stock (121044)
  • Old Olive card stock (100702); Ink (126953)
  • Silver Glimmer Paper (135314)
  • Acetate-Window Sheet (114323)
  • Black Memento Ink (132708)
  • Black Stazon Ink (101406)
  • Soft Sky Ink (131181)

Accessories

  • Stampin’ Write Markers – Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Basic Gray, and Marina Mist (131264)
  • Homemade Holiday Framelits Dies (135857)
  • Circle Collection Framelits (130911)
  • Big Shot (113439)
  • White Stampin’ Emboss Powder (109132)
  • Heat Tool (129053)
  • Scissors (103579)
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)
  • Adhesive – Crystal Effects (101055)
  • Adhesive – Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755)
  • Sponge (101610)

Thank you for stopping by!

Joy – Online Extravaganza

Originally posted on November 23, 2014

Online Extravaganza Starts Monday!

I’m so excited to announce Stampin’ Up! is having an Online Extravaganza that starts on Monday!  Select items will be on sale up to 50% off.  Plus, there will be door busters on November 24, 2014 and December 1, 2014 (while supplies last).  You don’t want to miss them! Check out the items that are on sale here.  You can shop at my online store here!

AND…Stampin’ Up! is having 25% off New Starter Kits.  What a great gift to give your self that will last for years to come! Here are a few more details.

  • For a limited time only! The Starter Kit Sale runs from Nov. 24 thru Dec. 2.
  • Starter Kit Cost – The $99 Starter Kit will be discounted 25% to just $74.25.  You can order your kit through me here.
  • You chose what you want in your starter kit!  Chose $125 in product for your kit.  Remember the kit cost was $74.25 – that’s over $50 in FREE product!
  • 30% discount on your first order.  Once you join, you receive a one time 30% off discount on a product order of $150 or more if placed within 45 days.  Order your favorite products and stock up!
  • Love to save?  Enjoy a minimum of a 20% demonstrator discount with every order!
  • Free Shipping! Stampin’ Up! ships the kit FREE which amounts to another 10% savings.
  • 5% Bonus EXCLUSIVELY this Starter Kit special!  Receive 5% cash back on all personal purchases and outside sales in December.  Cash back is in addition to your discounts and will be paid in January.

What a great offer!

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Before I go, I want to share a shaker card I made using a couple of sale items – the Star Framelits dies and the Silver Glimmer Paper.  I love the Glimmer Paper it adds so much pizzazz to cards.  And, I love glitter during the holidays!

I also wanted to take part in Mojo Monday’s card MOJO372.  Don’t you just love this sketch!

Joy Signed

 
Remember there will be door busters tomorrow so don’t miss out on a fantastic sale.   Shop at my my on-line store Monday November 24, 2014 to get your sale items.

If you enjoyed this card, please leave a comment – I’d love to hear from you.

Like what you saw and want to create it yourself?  Shop here 24/7.

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Bootiful Occasions

Originally posted on November 17, 2014

I decided to play along with another challenge at the Paper Craft Crew Challenges. This week’s card sketch is #118 – PCCCS118.

Card Sketch 118

I know many places around the globe have lots of snow already and as I made this card these lyrics kept coming to mind!

Oh the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since we’ve got no place to go
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!!

So this card is for all those of you who are experiencing temperatures that cause you to bundle up in your favorite sweater, drink hot chocolate, and wear warm comfy boots!

The Bootiful Occasions stamp set from Stampin’ Up! has four fantastic boots including this winter boot. The Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper Stack has this wonderful DSP that I used for this card that reminds me of a cardigan sweater.  Even the Baker’s Twine reminds me of yarn that you would knit a sweater with – Ha!

After cutting my paper and punching the two cute little banners; I stamped the boot on Whisper White card stock and colored it with Blendabilities.  Next I sponged everything; stamped the sentiment, then assembled my card.

If you enjoyed this card, please leave a comment – I’d love to hear from you.

Like what you saw and want to create it yourself?  Shop here 24/7.

Supplies

Stamps

  • Bootiful Occasions (131967 wood; 126597 clear)

Paper and Ink

  • Whisper White Card Stock (100730)
  • Cherry Cobbler Card Stock ( 119685)
  • Early Espresso Card Stock (119686); Ink (126974)
  • Crumb Cake Card Stock (120953)
  • Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper Stack (135824)
  • Basic Ink – Memento (1327008)

Accessories

  • Cherry Cobbler Assortment Blendabilities (130995)
  • Crumb Cake Assortment Blendabilities (131004)
  • Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine (12312)
  • Banner Punch (133519)
  • Stamping Sponges (101610)

Thank you for stopping by!