Stampin’UP! Swirly Bird

Posted June 3, 2016 By Becky Tuttle

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The new Stampin’UP! catalog is here and live. I decided that I would like to focus on one stamp set for this month, or at least for a week or two, and the Swirly Bird stamp set is the choice for June! I’m not one to usually do quick and simple cards but for my first time playing with the stamp set this is what I came up with.

I stamped my sentiment (Wetlands #126695 wood, #126697 clear) using Momento Tuxedo Black ink (#132708). This is backwards from what I usually do but I wasn’t sure where I wanted to place my flowers and this allowed me to determine that after placing the sentiment. I then stamped the images from Swirly Bird (#141749 photopolymer). I used Peekaboo Peach (#141398), Calypso Coral (#126983) as the over tone, Sweet Sugarplum (#141395), Emerald Envy (#141396) stamping in second generation for the leaves and then full strength for the veins. I also used Versa Mark (#102283) and Clear Embossing Powder (#109130) in hopes of giving just a little dimension and appearance of dew. I wanted to use the Swiry Scribbles Thinlits (#141497) to cut out and use at least one additional layer on the card. I had trouble finding a card stock color that I really liked for the center of the Sweet Sugarplum flower. I finally did use Sweet Sugarplum card stock (#141418) but I still wasn’t happy with it. Next I tried inking the edges of the cutout and finally used a dauber (#133773) and heavily inked the piece. Still not satisfied so I stamped it with Versa Mark and carefully dipped it into the Clear Embossing Powder. Heat set all embossing with the Heat Tool (#129053) and I was satisfied.  The card base is the new Dapper Denim (#141414) with the front panel using Very Vanilla (#101650).

I hope you enjoyed this card. If so be sure to leave a comment below.

Becky

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Cardstock Clean Up

Posted January 13, 2016 By Becky Tuttle

I have challenged myself to work on my craft room and to focus this month on getting all of my card stock under control. I have been working at least 15 minutes each day to gather and collect all of my card stock into one place so I can go through it and decide if it is worth keeping or not. I have found that my 15 minutes leads me to spending a bit longer time at trying to clean because I find things that have been missing or attempting to clean one area and taking care of other items that are in the way. An example … I couldn’t even walk near my paper and card stock shelf because I had so much fabric and old blankets that I want to use for projects just tossed on the floor. 5 minutes of folding got the collection under control. It is still not where ever it is that I will be storing it (I haven’t decided), but at least I have it together and can now get to my shelf to see what I have!
Tonight I will put in some more time on the room and focus a little more on my card stock … and probably find a few more hidden and lost items to side track me!

Becky

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My Word for the Year … ENOUGH

Posted January 10, 2016 By Becky Tuttle

For about the past five years I have participated in the “One Little Word” concept that Alie Edwards has promoted with thousands of scrapbookers. This year I am embracing the word “Enough.”

As a craft artisan I know I am not alone when I say that my work space is completely out of control. I admit it. It is a mess! I have things just waiting to be put back into place, plus items that I have purchased that are still waiting to be taken from the wrapper and used. To be honest, I know that I need a crafting 12 step program!

Enough is enough! This year I am making my craft room goal to be organized and downsize and de-clutter. Now in my own defense I have to say that I really have taken some big steps over the last 6 months in starting some of this process. I went through my paper and card stock stash and gave close to half of it away to a local 4H group, but that is just a small step. I need to do more.

Are you in the same situation as I am? Then I would like to invite you to join me in this area or challenge. It is time to not just take control but to stay in control of my supplies and my purchasing of supplies. I stand at the door to my craft room and just get the feeling of being overwhelmed and just want to turn and walk away. Where to start? There is just so much MESS and I can hardly move in the room! I tell myself to just stop and take a look, take a deep breath. Just give it 15 minutes minimum and then go from there. But still … where to start?

For the month of January I am going to focus on my card stock. Pull it all together. Yes, I have it spread over quite an area. Some can be found on my shelf, some on the table, some in boxes where it has been tossed. There are extra packages in the closet and even more in a large plastic bin. I’m sure that are others out there that are in the same condition … maybe not as bad, but still it is not all put in a convenient location and in a systematic state of organization.

My challenge to any that are willing to work on this task with me is to use this week to pull ALL of your card stock together. If it is not convenient and within reach, easy to view, then you won’t be using what you have and perhaps find yourself purchasing more that was not needed. Bring all of those boxes and bags filled with scraps, all of the stacks and packages that are everywhere throughout the house and put it all in one spot. Allow yourself to see what exactly you have to work with.

With that said, here I go … off to give at least 15 minutes each day focusing on card stock.

 

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Witching Decor Project Kit … workshop coming in September

Posted August 21, 2015 By Becky Tuttle

 

This is a new kit that Stampin’UP! will be offering in the Holiday Catalog (available on September 1st) and it is the cutest and easiest thing to make! Don’t you just love it? The perfect decor item for your Halloween celebrations. This hat would be perfect as a centerpiece on your dining table or on a table in your entryway.

I will be offering a workshop on September 24th from 6-9PM where we will make this hauntingly awesome item plus a coordinating banner. All for $30. That sweet price will include the kit and all materials required to complete the projects. Sign-ups are taking place now. Space is limited so be sure to register early to ensure your place in the workshop.


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Birthday with Lovely As A Tree

Posted August 6, 2015 By Becky Tuttle

I am sharing another card that will be part of the Birthday Card Class that will be held on August 14th.

 

This card is perfect for the men on your card list. The neutral colors paired with the Old Olive and the use of the single tree make it the perfect masculine card. This same design could be changed into a holiday card with the simple switch of the sentiment! This card design is my take on another swap that I received at convention from Janet Smith. I can guarantee that you will be seeing this design again!

Need a listing of supplies used? Here it is!

Lovely As A Tree, Remembering Your Birthday

Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Mossy Meadow, Typeset Specialty DSP

Early Espresso Ink, Banner Triple Punch

 

Happy Stamping!

Becky

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Happy Birthday with Papillion Potpourri

Posted August 6, 2015 By Becky Tuttle

Papillion Potpourri Happy Birthday

 

 

Returning from the Stampin’UP! Convention, I brought home with me over 200 card swaps. In preparation for a Birthday Card Class that I will be teaching this month I decided to take my inspiration from the swaps I received. Today features the card that I created based from a swap that I received from Donna Bagwell.

A simple, easy card made with the following:

Butterfly Basics, Papillion Potpourri

Basic Black, Crushed Curry, Whisper White, Basic Black DSP

Momento Tuxedo Black and Crushed Curry

Honeycomb Embossing Folder, Elegant Butterfly Punch, Basic Black 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon, Rhinestones Basic Jewels

 

Happy Stamping!

Becky

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My Paper Pumpkin Alternative Project

Posted May 24, 2015 By Becky Tuttle

alternative project for May 2015 My Paper Pumpkin

I love the My Paper Pumpkin kits that I subscribe to. Yes, I did say kits as in more than one! I actually have 6 kits arrive at my doorstep each month. 4 are meant for my daughters allowing us some girl time together and the remaining 2 kits are for me to play with. When I first opened my special orange box and saw the gift bags that were in the kit, I knew that I needed to make a banner with the second kit. The only additional materials that I used to create this project were White Baker’s Twine, Rhinestone Basic Jewels, and the 1/8″ circle punch.

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The newest My Paper Pumpkin

Posted May 23, 2015 By Becky Tuttle

It has been an extremely long time since I have posted … let’s just say, way too long!
I received the newest My Paper Pumpkin kit the other day and decided to work on it. Fortunately I receive more than one kit so I have extra materials to experiment and play with! I purchase a kit for each of my daughters but unfortunately daughter #2, Jesa, lives in southern California so we don’t get together often enough to play with our Pumpkin kits together. I finally decided that I needed to start working on her kits and gosh, why not do this newest kit. I’ll put it together and then send her a surprise package.
Here it is, this is the 2015 May My Paper Pumpkin!

My Paper Pumpkin

My Paper Pumpkin

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Choose Happiness by Stampin’UP!

Posted June 29, 2014 By Becky Tuttle

Choose Happiness 1

The Stampin’UP! Convention is drawing near and oh how I wish I was going. This year I must pass on attending but I am not passing on swapping card fronts with others. I have made 50 of this card to send with my friend and to also mail to an on-line swap. I have to say that I really do like the design and the results.

Stamp Set: Choose Happiness, Work of Art

Card Stock: Baked Brown Sugar, Whisper White

Inks: Pretty in Pink, Baked Brown Sugar

Other: Basic Jewels Pearls, Scallop Tag Topper Punch, Cotton Ribbon Blushing Bride,

Thick Baker’s Twine Baked Brown Sugar, Stampin’ Dimensionals, and Snail Adhesive

Now that you have the supply list it is your turn to create your take on this card!

Please leave a comment below letting me know what you think of my card. Comments let me know that there

really is someone out there reading my blog! And, it makes me happy.

Happy Stamping!

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Tutorial for making paper rosettes

Posted June 16, 2014 By Becky Tuttle
Patriotic Rosette Garland

Patriotic Rosette Garland

It seems like forever since I have posted on this blog and can also see that I need to do some major cleaning here! But before I get to doing housework I wanted to share with you. The other day I posted this Patriotic Garland on my Face Book page and was asked, “How do you get the rosettes so tight?” Well, I decided that this would be the perfect posting for you and if people continue to ask me questions then I will find more than enough incentive to be a diligent blogger!

So … how to make paper rosettes.

I have learned many tips and short cuts for making these fun little things. As I said on FB, who would have thought that all of those paper fans I made as a little girl would be the steps for making a cool decoration! To make your rosettes decide what papers you will be using and then get all of the scoring done at the very beginning.

Step 1

Using the Simply Scored Scoring Tool or the scoring blade on your Stampin’ Trimmer and score the paper every 1/2 inch. If your paper has a pattern such as a strip or chevron give thought as to how you want the rosette to look and score the paper appropriately. Many people tell you to score one side of the paper every 1 inch and then flip it over and do the 1/2 inches (in between), I just do all of my scoring on one side.Step 1.1

Step 2

Determine the size of the rosettes that you are wanting. Divide the diameter in half and then cut strips for that radius measurement. Example: I want a 3 inch rosette. Divide 3 in half and I get 1 1/2 inches. I cut my strips 1 1/2 inches wide.

Unless you are making very small rosettes you will need 2 strips of paper or card stock that are 12″ in length.

Step 3

This is called fan-fold 101! Fold your strips back and forth … but wait! When you are starting your second strip, begin your fold in the opposite direction of the first strip.

Step 3

Step 4

Add a strip of sticky strip to the valley side of the 2 ends of one strip.

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Step 5

You will attach the 2 strips together. I hold one strip with the fold of the end in one hand.

And then I tuck the end of the other strip into that area and fold it over on top of the sticky strip.

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Step 6

Punch a hole in the bottom pleats of the rosette. I do this by taking 2 folded sections and punching through them using the 1/16″ circle punch. You can see in the second photo that I line the side of the punch with the edge of the rosette and the top of the punch at the fold of the next pleat.

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Step 7

String the rosette! Now I have a photo here of a tool that I use for oh so many things. This is a floss threader, and you can purchase them in the oral hygiene aisle at the store. I use these for stringing bakers twine through buttons, working on rosettes, anywhere that I need to thread floss through a small hole! So, thread the floss holder with Whisper White Bakers Twine and then thread it through every hole you have punched in the rosette. ** I start from the front and at a pleat where the two strips were connected.

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Step 8

Pull the string tight. As you do this you need to make sure that the rosette lays flat on your work surface. If you find that it doesn’t want to lay flat then loosen the twine and push it down onto the flat surface and pull the string tight again.

Step 8

Pull the twine tight and tie it into a knot. Then trim the tails of the twine but be careful to NOT cut it too close or you may end up needed to thread it all again!

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Voila! You now have a fantastic and tight rosette …. and you didn’t have to use hot glue to hold it together!

rosette

Now it is your turn … give it a try and let me know what you think of this rosette technique. Leave a comment below!

Happy Stamping!

Becky

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sweet Sayings Card Treat Box

Posted January 30, 2014 By Becky Tuttle
Sweet Sayings Cards and Envelopes (#134609)

Sweet Sayings Cards and Envelopes (#134609)

 

I saw a really easy tutorial to create this sweet little treat box using the Sweet Sayings Card Kit (#134609). I embellished it with Red Glimmer Paper (#121790) and a sentiment from a retired Stampin’UP! stamp set “P.S. I Love You” using Pool Party Classic Ink (#126982) stamped on Whisper White Card Stock (#101650). I tied Calypso Coral Bakers Twine (#125573) around the base of the box. I also used the following punches: 1″ Circle Punch (#119868), 1 1/4″ Scallop Circle Punch (#127811) and the Scallop Tag Topper Punch (#133324).  Fill the treat box with candy and tie the package closed. A sweet little Valentine treat for that someone special!

Thank you for stopping by. If you would like to see more treat samples leave a comment below.

Becky

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Today is Trivia Day … Here’s Your Question!

Posted January 4, 2014 By Becky Tuttle

In honor of Trivia Day I have a question for you. I bought my very first Stampin’UP! stamp set in 2006 to make Christmas cards that specifically reflected the life of this household. What stamp set did I purchase? Email your answer to me at justbusystampin@comcast.net. Then leave me a comment below letting me know that you have sent me an email.

Need a hint? Think about what my husband and I enjoy doing!

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Brr Baby It’s Cold Outside!

Posted January 2, 2014 By Becky Tuttle

I am fortunate to not live in the part of the country that is frozen and covered in snow. Here in sunny California we have been enjoying the mid 60’s! Still a banner reading “Brr” is perfect to help decorate for the last of the winter season.
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I have decided that this year I will be creating a banner each month to help decorate for the season, the occasion, or to just accent the décor. Join me for this journey through 2014.

Happy Stamping,

Becky

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Betsy’s Blossoms

Posted October 24, 2013 By Becky Tuttle

I wanted to share another grouping of cards that feature the stamp set Betsy’s Blossoms. This stamp set if one of the 25 sets that are on sale at 25% off through October 28th. Anyone ordering this set during this sale will receive the instructions for these  cards as a thank you from me. Though they may use Designer Series Papers that are now  retired you can easily swap them out with new papers and different colors of inks. If you wish to purchase this stamp set you can do so by visiting my on-line store at http://justbusystampin.stampinup.net/. Use the Hostess Code F2A967JG to receive your FREE card instructions.

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As you can see this is another versatile stamp set. For the ladies, the men, and even the children, you will be able to create a wide variety of cards!

Happy Stamping!

Becky

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Who wouldn’t love to have this card?

Posted October 23, 2013 By Becky Tuttle

One of the stamp sets that Stampin’UP! has on sale for 25% off is Gently Falling. This is one of my favorite sets. It is perfect for the autumn plus it makes wonderful masculine cards, and you know how difficult or seldom it is to come up with ideas for the men. Here are a few card samples using this stamp set. Anyone that places an order TODAY for this stamp set using the Hostess Code of F2A967JG will receive the instructions for both of these cards as a gift from me.

Gently Falling masculine card

Gently Falling masculine card

Gently Falling using the Shaving Cream technique!

Gently Falling using the Shaving Cream technique!

Gently Falling wood mount #128430, regular price $39.95, on sale at 25% off for $29.96           

Gently Falling clear-mount #123804, regular price $28.95, on sale at 25% off for $21.71

 

Happy Stamping!

Becky

Shop:  http://justbusystampin.stampinup.net/

 

Gently Falling masculine card detail

Gently Falling masculine card detail

Gently Falling detail

Gently Falling detail

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Busy lifestyles can benefit from Stampin’UP!

Posted October 22, 2013 By Becky Tuttle
October My Paper Pumpkin Kit

This last Friday night I had the pleasure of having all of my daughters in town and we gathered together for a girl’s night. I brought out the My Paper Pumpkin Kits that arrived in the mail that day and we spent some  time creating together. An evening of laughter, discussion, inky fingers, and big smiles brought us all so much enjoyment. At the end of the creative splurge we had completed a cute little project that each of us could use. One of my daughters lives in southern California and this was the first time she was able to join us for this “Girls Night.” Not being a stamper or paper crafter … even she had a good time and did a great job!

 

I have been subscribing to the MPP since it first began. I get 5 kits each month so the girls and I can have a fun time together. Since this was the first time this daughter was able to join  us I told her that she will be busy when she comes for the holidays … she has a lot of kits to complete and catch up to us!

Every month the My Paper Pumpkin kit is different. Sometimes  there are cards, maybe a journal or scrapbook,  possibly a decoration to make. Sometimes the kits just seem so simple to me because I am a seasoned stamper and paper crafter. But I always have the option to step it up and make it different then what the directions say to do. But this doesn’t bother me. My purpose for the kits are to use them and spend some quality time with girls. So, that would be the Kodak commercial … “Priceless!”

If you would like to know more about My Paper Pumpkin please send me an email (justbusystampin@comcast.net) and I will be happy to respond.

Happy Stamping!

Becky

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Stampin’UP! announces a new product: Envelope Punch Board

Posted August 15, 2013 By Becky Tuttle

This new product will be available for customers to order beginning September 1st. How I wish I could show you a picture of the punch board, I am not allowed to do that until it is available for sale … but I can tell you about it!

  • It creates totally customizable envelopes in up to 66 different sizes (not to mention a million different color and pattern options depending on the paper you want to use). Even tried and true envelope sizes will only take you moments to create!
  • It’s super easy to use; It looks intimidating at first glance, but all you have to do is measure for the first punch and from there you just turn and score!
  • It’s small and lightweight; this makes it easy for you. It’s super portable and easy to store. It’s small and light enough that you could use it while watching a soccer match, at a park, at a friend’s for craft night-anywhere.
  • It even has a slick scoring tool as well as a punch that lets you create rounded corners on your envelopes.
  • It’s easy to keep it all together; the stylus storage compartment and two punches are designed into the tool so you don’t have a bunch of little pieces to keep track of (even the instructions are printed right on the tool so you won’t lose them!).
  • The price is terrific-especially for a tool that does so much!

It will be in next year’s annual catalog, so it’s here to stay.

I have this item on my “Need to buy” list! This year’s holiday cards will also have handmade envelopes to make them even more festive when they travel through the mail. Would you like to host a home party workshop and have this new tool featured to share with your friends and family? If so, leave a comment below and I will contact you to schedule.

Enjoy your day and happy stamping!

Becky

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Stampin’UP! Timeless Talk, such a fun stamp set!

Posted August 13, 2013 By Becky Tuttle

I pulled out a new stamp set and decided to play some with it. I love this set. It is going to be perfect for those masculine cards that are needed but today I gave it the feminine flair. I saw a card sample similar to this and apologize because I can’t remember where or who the original card was from. I did some of my own little changes to it … colors, embossing  folder, but basically the design is the same. Just a really fun and easy card to make.

 

Just a little something to send to someone who I have not spoken with for awhile. I know she will love it!

Just a little something to send to someone who I have not spoken with for awhile. I know she will love it!

 

 

Stamp Set: Timeless Talk

Card Stock: Pool Party, Whisper White, Crumb Cake

DSP: Epic Day This and That (sample uses back side, should have been blue print)

Ink: Stazon Black

Other: Big Shot, Stylish Stripes EF, Delicate Designs EF, Window Frames Framelit, Glue Dots, Dimensionals

Card Base: Pool Party CS 8 ½ x 5 ½

Card Front: Whisper White CS 5 ¼ x 4, ½ x 2 ¼, scrap for stamping image, Crumb Cake 3 ½ x 3, DSP ½ x 5 ¼.

Construction:

  • Using the Big Shot and the Delicate Designs EF emboss the Whisper White CS along the bottom edge in the landscape position. This will leave a distinct line on the CS along the edge of the embossing folder. Run the CS through the Big Shot a second time using the Stylish Stripes EF aligning it with the line from the first folder (this will be covered by the DSP so don’t worry if it is not completely straight or if there is a space between them)
  • Using the Big Shot and the 3rd framelit cut the shape from the Crumb Cake CS. Trim even with the bottom corners of the shape’s design.
  • With Black Stazon stamp the image on a piece of scrap Whisper White CS and the sentiment on the smaller piece of WW.
  • Fussy cut the image, using paper snips cut flag tails in the end of the sentiment strip.
  • Attach the embossed CS to the base of the card using glue dots.
  • Using both glue dots and some adhesive attach the Window Frame shape to the WW lining it along the pattern line between the 2 embossings.
  • Using adhesive attach the DSP.
  • Determine the placement of the image and then the placement of the flag. Attach the sentiment flag using adhesive. Attach the image with Dimensionals.

Insert: Whisper White 5 ¼ x 4. I used the Adorning Accents Edgelits to trim a decorative edging on the insert and then attached with adhesive.

To purchase the needed supplies to make this card can be done through my on-line store at http://justbusystampin.stampinup.net/

*During August, if your on-line order total is not large enough to earn you hostess rewards you can use the Hostess Code TDWEZWHC and you will be entered into a drawing for the “Tags 4 You” Stamp Set (clear mount) found on page 37 in the Holiday Happiness Catalog. The winner will be announced on September 1st.

Like this card? Leave a comment below!

 

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Stampin’UP! 2013 Convention … Display Board #2

Posted July 28, 2013 By Becky Tuttle

Yes I could overwhelm you with all of the displays at one time but goodness, there are just too many photos that the posting would go for pages and pages! Today I want to share with you Display Board #2 of samples by other demonstrators that were available to view at the convention. Again I need to remind you that I was often behind people when taking the photos so there may be hands, heads, elbows in the photos. I have cropped them down in hopes of getting better images but I also had to keep moving with the flow of the people so some may not be the clearest of images. If you want to view the image better click on it to view larger. Yes there was a Display Board 1a photo of a single scrapbook page, but it was so out of focus I decided that you really wouldn’t appreciate attempting to look at it!  If you do want to see it just send me an email and I will be happy to send it to you!

Display Board 2b

Display Board 2b

Display Board 2c

Display Board 2c

Display Board 2d

Display Board 2d

Display Board 2e

Display Board 2e

Display Board 2f

Display Board 2f

Display Board 2g

Display Board 2g

Display Board 2h

Display Board 2h

 

So now the question is, which item is your favorite? There are a few that I really like but I will share my favorite with you this next week after I create my own version of it!

Enjoy your weekend and happy stamping,

Becky

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Here it is

Posted July 28, 2013 By Becky Tuttle
My favorite from Display Board #1

My favorite from Display Board #1

 

In my last posting I asked you which card was your favorite. I have three card that I would like to CASE but this is the one that I like the most … at this moment! Take a look at Display Board 1e and you will find the card that I based this off of. I changed it up and really like the final result. This card is a perfect one to make when you want to use up those small pieces of patterned paper. The ingredient list can be found at the bottom of this blog post and features a few of the new items you can find in Stampin’UP!s “Your Guide to Holiday Happiness.” The Stylish Stripes Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Sweater Weather DSP, and the Label Bracket Punch will all be available to purchase on August 1st. If you haven’t received your copy of the new Holiday Happiness send me an email at justbusystampin@comcast.net and I will drop one in the mail to you! I hope you enjoy my favorite card. Leave a comment and let me know what your favorite card is.

Recipe for card: Stamp: Papillon Potpourri. Card Stock: Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Old Olive. Classic Ink: Daffodil Delight, Tangerine Tango, Baked Brown Sugar, Soft Sky. DSP: Sweater Weather. Other: Big Shot, Stylish Stripes EF, Perfect Polka Dots EF, Square Lattice EF, Label Bracket Punch, 1″ Circle Punch, Bitty Butterfly Punch, Bird Punch, Pearls Basic Jewels, Snail Adhesive, Sticky Strip, Glue Dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Two-way Glue Pen, Sponge Dauber.

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