Hello. Well we did it, 27 weeks of Christmas inspiration in our very first Heart of Christmas series from the Art with Heart Stampin' Up! team. Today is week 27, and our last post of the series.
This week I am showcasing another super simple reproducible card, that still has some wow factor thanks to the embossing and foiled paper.
The base is Crumb Cake cardstock and a piece of the beautiful Year of Cheer DSP for the next layer. I have used the Everyday Label punch to cut my greeting. The greeting is from Watercolor Christmas stamp set and it has been embossed in silver. I recommend to stamp and emboss first and then punch it out. The piece of gold foil behind the label is measured 4cm x 4,3cm (or 1 5/8" x 2 11/16"). Then you just need about 27-30cm of Gold Mini Sequin Trim for under the label and three Adhesive Rhinestone Jewels scattered around.
Now it's time to visit the fabulous Art with Heart team girls.
Hello and thanks for stopping by today. Today is the second last week of my Art with Heart team girls Heart of Christmas series for 2017. This is week 26.
It's getting to the point where many people are in need of super quick and easy Christmas cards which can easily be done in a batch, and this week's card definitely fits this criteria.
You need three pieces of coordinating DSP. I have used Merry Music Specialty DSP and Merry Little Christmas DSP but you could use any coordinating papers. The base card is 1/2 A$ cardstock cut vertically to make a standard C6 top folding card. The measurements for each piece of DSP are:
Left: 1 13/16" wide by 5 5/8" long or 4.6cm x 14.2cm
Top right: 2" wide x 3.5" long or 5.1cm x 8,8cm
Bottom right: 2" wide x 2" long; or 5.1cm x 5.1cm
The centre circle is 2.5" diameter and the stamped greeting is rom one of the Christmas sets in the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue, Peace This Christmas. I have used a variety of embellishments around the greetings including Metallic Enamel Shapes, Glitter Enamel Shapes and Adhesive Rhinestone Jewels. For the Silver Mini Sequin Trim, you need about 30-35cm under each circle.
Now it's time to see what the lovely Art with Heart Team girls have been up to.
A few weeks ago I had a play doing some colouring with the new Stampin' Up! Stampin' Blends alcohol markers. Instead of colouring stamped images, I used some 6x6 pieces of Just Add Color Specialty Designer Series Paper. his is a heavy weight paper already printed with lots of great images, and the Stampin' Blends work beautifully with it.
I recently turned the colouring into cards, and here's what I came up with.
Colours in this one are Smokey Slate base card, with Pool Party and Calypso Coral. I used the Pool Party, Old Olive and Calypso Coral Stampin' Blends, and finished off with some Smoky Slate Gingham Ribbon (just LOVING this ribbon recently).
This one was Smoky Slate base, with Pool Party, Smoky Slate and Old Olive Stampin' Blends. My greeting is from Window Shopping stamp set.
For the label, I extended the length of the Everyday Label punch, and popped an embossed circle behind for some balance. Like how that turned out. I think this one migt be a good card for a male family member or friend.
I love succulents and was happy how this one turned out. Base card is Old Olive embossed with Petal Burst embossing folder. I have used Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry, Pool Party and Smoky Slate Stampin' Write Markers.
For my last card I have used Pink Pirouette, Calypso Coral, Smoky Slate, Old Olive and Daffodil Delight Stampin Blends, on a Pool Party base card. My greeting here is from Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamp set.
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We were very excited to hear about the impending release of the Stamparatus stamp positioning tool at our demonstrator training event on the weekend. It's a very nifty tool which allows you to perfectly position multiple stamped images, and has lots of great additional features.
So what does it do?
The Stamparatus will allow you to:
Makes multiples with ease
Consistently stamps crisp, clean images
If you want a darker impression you just re-ink and stamp again - no need to start over
Make fewer mistakes, saving time and money
Easily create 2-step, 3-step, and 4-step stamped images using reversible plates
Develop new and specialized stamping techniques with adjustable stamping plates and precision placement.
More product details:
Compatible with Stampin' Up!'s red rubber and photopolymer stamps
Includes a foam mat to use with photopolymer stamps
Rulers and gridlines for quick measuring
2 open sides so you can stamp on large paper
2 reversible plates giving a total of 4 surfaces to work with
2 magnets to hold the paper in place
Magnet storage areas
Retail price is $85.00 AUD
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** Update on pre-order. WOW Turns out the demand is HUGE for the Stamparatus and the first reservation window closed in 15 minutes due to numbers being reached in an unprecedented swoop - set your alarms for the next pre-order window on December 6 and get in quick **
Stampin' Up! anticipates this will be a high demand products, so they need to introduce it to our huge market in phases. The good news is that customers can participate in EACH phase of the preorder if they wanted more than one though (only one Stamparatus per customer in each of the pre-order period). Here are the pre-order phases and delivery. Plese note your credit card will NOT be charged until the item is ready to be dispatched to you (you will receive an email). After these pre-order periods, the Stamparatus will be available in the 2018/19 Annual Catalogue.
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