Sunday, June 18, 2017

Remarkable coloring job

I had the idea for these colors together about a week ago, and finally got some time to put something together.  Colors are Fresh Fig (base card), Rich Razzleberry (middle layer), and Lemon Lime Twist (layer).

I wanted a lot of different textures with this card, so I embossed each layer with a different folder.  Polka Dots Basics on the Rich Razzleberry layer (which BARELY shows up), and Layered Leaves on the Lemon Lime Twist layer.

I roughed up both of my layer pieces.  In fact, I ended up crunching up the Lemon Lime Twist layer after I embossed it and roughed up the edges.  Crunching it up actually made the leaves disappear, so I ran the piece through the embossing folder again.  It smoothed it out!  The edges were still pretty malleable, so I just had to messy them up a little bit.


Look at all that dimension and layering.  It's just what I wanted with this card!

The coloring is with ink refills and Aqua Painters on Shimmery White cardstock.  Let it dry, then cut it out by hand.  All this fussy cutting is NOT my favorite thing, but I had to do it.  I love how it turned out!

I used some of the new Mini Stampin' Dimensionals on this project as well.  Look at how tiny they are.  This picture has one on the back of the teeny leaf that is on the FLOWER cut-out piece.  Look how small that thing is!


I hope you enjoy this card.  It definitely took me more than 5 minutes to make, but I love the end result.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Remarkable You, Basket of Wishes
Ink:  Basic Black Archival, Fresh Fig, Fresh Fig and Lemon Lime Twist ink refills
Paper:  Fresh Fig, Rich Razzleberry, Lemon Lime Twist, Shimmery White
Other:  Big Shot, Layering Leaves and Polka Dot Basics embossing folders, Aqua Painters, 5/8" Burlap ribbon, Sticky Strip, Stampin' Dimensionals (regular and Mini), Tombow Liquid Glue, bone folder.

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Re-cycle plastic tub


If you're like me, you HATE to throw these tubs away....but I usually do.  I always think, what do I need another container for?  Then I have all these doo-dads and things all over my stamp table, and I wish I had a container.  So I decided to doll this one up with some WASHI Tape!

I started at the top of the container and wound the washi tape around.  Because the container is tapered, and not perfectly straight up and down, you'll get some bubbles.  You could cut it a little, but I chose to just smash my wrinkles down. 

This is not a Picasso, so not-quite-perfect is fine for this project!


I did start and stop each new row of washi tape but cutting it.  At first I thought I would just wrap one tape around the whole thing, dragging it down to the next row.  That didn't work out. 

When I got to the end, of course I need to do something with the top.  Instead of going to the trouble of getting out my favorite circle cutting system, I traced the BOTTOM of the tub on Basic Black card stock, and cut around the outside of my pencil mark.   It fits just perfectly on the lid, to cover up the print.


Notice how you can see through the clear parts of the washi tape and see the color underneath?  It bothered me for about 3 seconds.  Then I didn't care.  It's a bucket to hold stuff...I'm not going to worry about colors peeking through.


For my very top layer, I used a scrap of Glossy cardstock and some Lemon Lime Twist.  I love this color!  The Lemon Lime Twist scallop is the very largest scallop in the Layering Circles framelits.

I did have some more slippage when I stamped the words on the glossy, so I'll really have to practice some more with this.  I do love the glossy paper though. 

It took me more time to take pictures of each step, and edit these photos, than it did to actually make the thing. 

Give it a try!  I bet we all have some really cool washi tape that's just waiting to be used.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Colorful Seasons
Ink:  Basic Black Archival, Lemon Lime Twist
Paper:  Basic Black, Lemon Lime Twist, Glossy White
Other:  Big Shot, Layering Circles framelits, Pick a Pattern washi tape, Tombow Liquid glue.

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Glossy card stock is back!


I'm so glad that we have Glossy White card stock available again!  It's smooth and slick, and there are lots of neat things you can do with it.  These are my first two creations using Glossy.  I had just enough pieces of the Daffodil Delight already cut and scored for 4" cards, so I used them. 

No fancy techniques.  I just stamped on it.  It can be a little tricky with photopolymer stamps - I'm getting a little movement, so some of my flowers are a little blurry.  That's not the picture.  It's my stamping.  I need to watch that. 

Glossy cardstock does take a few minutes to dry, so be mindful of that when using it.

This one is a little more crazy.  I just stamped some pieces from Work of Art all over the glossy.  Then stamped over top of that, ONCE IT DRIED, with Basic Black Archival.  The words looks crooked in the picture, but they are really not.

I love the glossy, shiny look and the glossy cardstock is so sturdy.  It really adds some nice weight and strength to your cards.

Stampin' Up supplies that I used to make these:

Stamps:  Happy Birthday Gorgeous, Birthday Blossoms, Work of Art
Ink:  Emerald Envy, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Pirouette Pink, Berry Burst, Lemon Lime Twist, Basic Black Archival
Paper:  Daffodil Delight, Emerald Envy, Glossy White
Other:  Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Wood Words Country feel

I made this card for a swap, and I like the country feel that I get from the plank folder, the doily, and the cut out rooster.  I also ripped the end of the greeting.  You might not tell from the picture, but the black circle is actually from the Stitched Shapes framelits, the smallest one.  Just to add a little more detail.

The criss-cross circle is a stamp from Timeless Textures. 

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Wood Words bundle, Special Celebrations
Ink:  Basic Black Archival, Cherry Cobbler, Sahara Sand
Paper:  Sahara Sand, Very Vanilla, Basic Black
Other: Big Shot, Stitched Shapes thinlits, Wood Crate framelits (bundled with Wood Words), Delicate White Doilies, 2" circle punch, 5/8" Burlap ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, Glue dots, Tombow Liquid Glue

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Black and Berry


Just pulled put some random sets to do something with Berry Burst and Basic Black ONLY.  I could/should have used the stamp-a-ma-jig to get those chevrons perfect, but they're good enough for a person. 

I really like the Finely Woven ribbon.  It's easy to tie, and isn't too thick.

Nothing cut out or popped up on this card.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Butterfly Basics, Special Celebrations, Work of Art
Ink:  Berry Burst, Basic Black Archival
Paper:  Berry Burst, Basic Black, Whisper White
Other:  Berry Burst Finely Woven ribbon, Sticky strip

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Colorful Seasons vase


I obviously didn't get the flowers/berries stamp lined up the first time (the branch on the left), but I'm more of a One-and-done stamper, so if it's off - oh well!  I still like how it turned out.  I used the new Berry Burst.  Real Red would look nice too.

Lots of gold on this card.  Gold Faceted Gem.  Gold Foil paper.  And new GOLD designer paper.  Check it out in the catalog, page 189.  It's the Bundle of Love designer series papers.   One side is either Blushing Bride or Soft Sky on one side, and GOLD on the other.  At first, you would probably look at this dsp and think, "Oh, that's for babies."  NOPE.  Gold on the back of every piece means so many more possibilities!  And I love that there are only 3 gold designs - 12 pieces, 3 designs that means 4 pieces of 12x12 each.  This is great if you're doing something that you need more of the same pattern pieces.

The vase is just the Wide Oval punch, with the ends cut off.

You can't tell from the picture, but I used the NEW Very Vanilla Thick card stock for the base.  I LOVE IT.  It's so much sturdier, and makes a nice card base.  I'll be using this more often, for sure.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Colorful Seasons
Ink:  Early Espresso, Berry Burst
Paper:  Very Vanilla (THICK for the card base, regular for layers), Gold Foil, Bundle of Love designer series, Basic Black
Other:  Triple Banner punch, Gold Faceted Gems, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Remarkable COLOR!!!


This is my favorite card of everything that I've done in the past couple of weeks.  It's the color!  Lemon Lime Twist and Night of Navy.  WOW WOW WOW.  I love it!

I stamped the leaves and the flower on Shimmery White card stock.  Add color with reinkers and aqua painters.  I love the variegation that you get with the aqua painters and that card stock.

Cut the flower out, and tie a bit of the Lemon Lime Twist Ombre ribbon around the stem.

Again, I left a greeting off for now.  I can use this as a note card, or add a greeting later.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Remarkable You
Ink:  Basic Black Archival, Lemon Lime Twist and Night of Navy ink refills
Paper:  Lemon Lime Twist, Night of Navy, Shimmery White, Fresh Florals designer series paper
Other:  Big Shot, Lots of Label Framelits, Lemon Lime Twist 1/4" Ombre ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, Tombow Liquid glue, Aqua Painters

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Lovely as a Tree with Pinewood Planks


I'm digging this new Pinewood Planks embossing folder!  I'm glad that we still have the Hardwood background stamp, but sometimes an embossing folder is really what you need.  Glad to have this new one!

For the tree - I stamped it first in Soft Suede.  Then used sponge daubers to add a little Old Olive and Daffodil Delight.

I roughed up the edges of the Early Espresso square, using my bone folder.  Then I went back and scraped my fingernail along the edge a bit more.  Once the edges of the card stock started coming apart, I ripped them a little bit more at the corners.  There are "distressing tools" that do this same thing, but I don't have them - and my fingers work just as well.  :)

I purposely left a greeting off of this card, so I can add what I need later.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Lovely as a Tree
Ink:  Soft Suede, Old Olive, Daffodil Delight
Paper:  Soft Suede, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla
Other:  Big Shot, Pinewood Planks embossing folder, Stitched Shapes Framelits, Stampin' Dimensionals.

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Happy Birthday Thinlits in Fig


This card is very simple - the only challenging thing is all of the die cutting you need to do.

After using the Happy Birthday Thinlits a few times, I realized that it would make my life easier to use the Adhesive Sheets (p. 203 of the catalog) with this die.  It makes a big difference!  Otherwise, you'd really need to use the Detailed glue pen, or sponge glue on the back (messier).  I'm so glad that Stampin' Up brought the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets back.  They're a life saver for things like this!

I did add some fancy to the card - I swiped the Clear Wink of Stella pen all over the Happy Birthday cut out so it sparkles a little bit.  Voila!

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps/Ink:  NO STAMPING!!!
Paper:  Fresh Fig, Whisper White, Fresh Florals designer series paper stack
Other:  Big Shot, Layering Circles Thinlits, Happy Birthday Thinlit, Clear Wink of Stella, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Blue Rooster


This card started with that piece of designer series paper - Dapper Denim and Very Vanilla striped.  It's from a pack of paper from last year, and just this piece was laying on my table.  I didn't want to just throw it out.  :)

I made the background with the larger stamp in Wood Words.  Just stamped it all over, trying to connect all the edges and  have no white space.

I taped the Dapper Denim ribbon down, but it didn't want to stay so I had to add the staples.  I like how it ended up!

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Wood Words
Ink:  Dapper Denim
Paper;  Very Vanilla,  Seashore dsp (retired)
Other:  Stapler, 2 1/2" circle punch, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Bag tag with paste


One of my first attempts at using the Embossing Paste.  Just swiped it across this tag, using the stencils.  It dries VERY fast.  I did not color this batch, so the white really stands out against the Soft Sky tag.

Lots of products went into this tiny little tag.  I got the polka dot gift bag at Michael's, in a 13-pack.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink:  Crumb Cake
Paper:  Soft Sky, Whisper White, Crumb Cake
Other:  Big Shot, Seasonal Layers Thinlits (bundle with Colorful Seasons stamps), Starburst punch, Scalloped Tag Topper punch, Classic Label punch, MINI and regular Stampin' Dimensionals, Embossing Paste w/ palette knives, Pattern Party Decorative Masks, Soft Sky 3/8" Classic Weave ribbon

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Sunday, May 28, 2017

Seaside Shore bright card

Twin cards!  I couldn't decide which side I wanted the images versus the words - so I did it both ways.  I still can't decide which way I like more!

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create these:

Stamps:  Seaside Shore, Stylized Happy Birthday
Ink:  Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Pacific Point, Emerald Envy, Tip Top Taupe, Real Red, Tempting Turquoise
Paper:  Pumpkin Pie, Pacific Point, Emerald Envy (the fish layer is mounted on a layer of Emerald Envy, but it kind of gets lost int he picture), Very Vanilla
Other:  Big Shot, Seaside embossing folder, 2 1/2" circle punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Tombow Liquid glue

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Seaside Shore Post It Easel


This was a fun project - it started out as a regular old Easel card, and then I added a pad of post-it notes at the end.  It's a fun little something to have on your desk.

I did hand-cut the 3 fish, and that anchor.  The anchor really tried my patience.  :(

Check out the splitcoast tutorial here to see how to make a SQUARE Easel card.  The same exact concept applies to this project, just different size cardstock.  The base here is 4 1/4" x 11", and then the top layer piece is 4 1/4" x 5 1/2".  The Very Vanilla and designer paper layers are cut down from that.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to make this:

Stamps:  Seaside Shore
Ink:  Daffodil Delight, Tangerine Tango, Dapper Denim, Soft Sky, Mint Macaron
Paper:  Dapper Denim, Very Vanilla, By The Shore designer series paper
Other:  2 1/2" Circle punch, Basic Rhinestone Jewels, Post it pads, Sticky Strip

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Celebrate your day!


Another Minnesota card.  This card is really pretty simple.  Designer series paper takes up most of the background.  That strip of stripes at the bottom is actually stamped - it's the lines stamps from Playful Backgrounds.  Since those are Photopolymer stamps, you can easily see through them.  I stamped across the strip of cardstock.  Looks like more designer paper, but it's not.  A bit of ribbon hides the seams.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Designer Tin of Cards, Playful Backgrounds
Ink:  Rich Razzleberry, Blushing Bride
Paper:  Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Blooms & Bliss designer series paper
Other:  Big Shot, Butterflies Thinlits, 2 1/2" circle punch, Mint Macaron 5/8" Sheer Linen ribbon, Pearl Basic Jewels, Tombow Liquid Glue

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Bunch of Blossoms birthday

Yikes!  I found a bunch of pictures of cards that I made while I was on my fun stamping trip to Minnesota this past November.  I'm pretty sure that I found inspiration for this card on Pinterest.

I'm also pretty sure that I hand-cut at least the leaves.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Bunch of Blossoms, Playful Backgrounds, Stylized Happy Birthday
Ink:  Mint Macaron, Flirty Flamingo (I think!), Crumb Cake
Paper:  Crumb cake, Flirty Flamingo, Very Vanilla
Other:  Delicate White Doilies, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Saturday, May 27, 2017

NEW Happy Birthday framelit!

Yay!  I got to play with my new "Happy Birthday" framelits today!  I had left over bits and pieces from birthday cards, so I cut and rearranged and put them together.

After I ran the Happy Birthday through the Big Shot to cut it out, I colored over the entire thing with my Clear Wink of Stella pen to give it an all-over shimmer.  Love it!

The stamps and designer papers will be retiring in a few days, and the Happy Birthday Framelit is not available to order until Thursday, June 1st.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to make this:


Stamps:  Balloon Adventures
Ink:  Tangerine Tango, Crushed Curry, Emerald Envy
Paper:  Tangerine Tango, Crushed Curry, Emerald Envy, Whisper White, Party Animal designer series paper
Other:  Big Shot, Happy Birthday framelit, Layering Circles framelits, Balloon Bouquet punch, Whisper White Baker's Twine,  White Chaulk pen, Clear Wink of Stella pen, Stampin' Dimensionals

 Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Monday, May 22, 2017

Colorful Seasons - three ways

I don't have the dies to match this set yet, so I thought I would play with the same design, same stamp set, three different cards.

I love that this new Colorful Seasons stamp set covers ALL of the seasons.  Spring is not represented in my cards, but there are definitely some spring-like flowers in this set.  Even the words on all 3 of these cards came from the stamp set.  What?! 

The designer paper that I have is from several years ago.  I think the patterns change every year, but the color families stay the same. 

Colorful Seasons stamp set is available on June 1st when the new catalog goes live!

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create these:

Stamps:  Colorful Seasons
Ink:  Basic Black, Melon Mambo, Early Espresso, Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry, Pacific Point, Tempting Turquoise
Paper:  Melon Mambo, Pumpkin Pie, Pacific Point, Whisper White, Very Vanilla, Brights designer series paper stack
Other:  2 1/2" circle punch, Basic Rhinestone accents, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Saturday, May 20, 2017

Good-bye to some favorites

As I'm cleaning up from class today, I had another idea using some of my favorite retiring stamps.  Butterflies are from Kinda Eclectic and the backgrounds are all from Gorgeous Grunge.  The greeting set is an oldie, but goodie - from at least 10 years ago. 

Very simple with just Crumb Cake and Basic Black.  I THOUGHT I had black striped washi tape, but I couldn't find it - so I used that Gorgeous Grunge washi-like stamp to make that edge.  It's good enough for a person!

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Kinda Eclectic, Gorgeous Grunge, Warmest Regards (really old!)
Ink:  Basic Black, Crumb Cake
Paper:  Basic Black, Crumb Cake
Other:  Elegant Butterfly punch, Bitty Butterfly punch, Triple Banner punch, Basic Rhinestone Accents, Stampin' Dimensionals.

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Saturday, May 13, 2017

New In Color - butterlies and stripes


I made this card to showcase all of the NEW In Colors.  A 1" strip of each color in the same pattern of designer paper. 

Then stamp butterflies (all from one set!) in each color, punch out and pop up on the front of the card.

Gorgeous new In Colors, left to right - Berry Burst, Lemon Lime Twist, Powder Pink, Tranquil Tide, and Fresh Fig.  I love them ALL!

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Papillon Potpourri
Ink:  Berry Burst, Lemon Lime Twist, Powder Pink, Tranquil Tide, Fresh Fig
Paper:   Tranquil Tide, Whisper White, Fresh Florals designer series paper stack (this stack has ONLY the new In Colors)
Other:  Elegant Butterfly punch, Bitty Butterfly punch, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Succulent Garden tri-fold card

BJ Peters made a great video tutorial for this fun tri-fold card.  I flipped it upside down, but the measurements are still the same.  Check out her video here for the specifics.  It's a very easy to make and fun card.

Picture of the card looking down.

As you open the first flap - 


And the middle when it's opened completely -


Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Designer Tin of Cards
Ink:  Old Olive, Tip Top Taupe
Paper:  Tip Top Taupe, Old Olive, Whisper White, Succulent Garden designer series papers
Other:  2" circle punch, 2 3/8" Scallop punch,


Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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New stamp set coming soon - This Little Piggy!


I paired this NEW stamp set with some current and retiring colors - Blushing Bride, and Mint Macaron.  Added a little knot of ribbon for a bow, and she's all set.  Background is embossed, tone-on-tone with the card base. 

TIP for coloring - when you are coloring with markers directly, you may sometimes notice an uneven color effect, or streaks/lines.  To fix this, color your images TWICE.  This takes care of any unevenness.  It does saturate your image with color, but there are not streaks or lines.  Give it a try - you may like the results better.

Stampin' Up supplies you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  This Little Piggy
Ink:  Basic Black, Mint Macaron
Paper:  Blushing Bride, Whisper White
Other:  Big Shot, Large Polka Dot embossing folder, markers (Blushing Bride, Mint Macaron), Mint Macaron sheer ribbon, Triple Banner punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, glue dots.

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Remarkable in Coral


A little hand-cutting went into this card!  :)  A doily, and a swipe of the Clear Wink of Stella pen to glitz it up.

For the flowers - I used the Calypso Coral and Tangerine Tango markers to color them in.  I stamped the flowers on Shimmery White card stock too, which is a little bit sturdier than just Whisper White.  It held up nicely with the coloring.

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create this:

Stamps:  Remarkable You, Butterfly Basics
Ink:  Basic Black
Paper:  Tip Top Taupe, Whisper White, Shimmery White, Succulent Garden designer series paper
Other:  Tea Lace Doily, 2 1/2" circle punch, Triple Banner punch, markers (Calypso Coral, Tangerine Tango), Clear Wink of Stella pen, Stampin' Dimensionals, glue dots.

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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Monday, May 1, 2017

Take TWO - favorite stamps and colors.

I got the idea for these cards while I was at work today, so I couldn't wait to get home and put ink to paper.  I wanted to show case TWO of my favorites.

TWO of my favorite stamp sets that are retiring:  Endless Birthday Wishes and Gorgeous Grunge.  These sets have been just perfect for birthday greetings (I really like the two different fonts in the set), and adding a bit of texture and interest to any card.

I paired them with my TWO favorite new In Colors: Lemon Lime Twist and Berry Burst.

In addition to the rhinestones, I added some Dazzling Diamonds glitter for more sparkle.  Otherwise, it's a very simple card, straight edges, popped up layers.


I hope you liked my Take TWO! 

Stampin' Up supplies that you'll need to create these:

Stamps:  Endless Birthday Wishes, Gorgeous Grunge (get them both before they retire on 5/31!)
Ink:  Lemon Lime Twist, Berry Burst, Smoky Slate, Basic Black
Paper:  Lemon Lime Twist, Berry Burst, Basic Grey, Whisper White
Other:  Rhinestone Basic Accents, glue pen, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, Stampin' Dimensionals

Thanks for visiting, and Happy stamping!

Toni

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