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Quite Curvy Bundle Stampin' Up! birthday card idea.

Today I am sharing a Stampin' Up! Quite Curvy bundle birthday card idea with you. The Quite Curvy bundle is a NEW bundle from the 2021 January to June mini catalogue, but it has been released early, so is available NOW. I can't stop playing with it as it's so cute and very versatile. Find it HERE in my online store.

Stampin Up Quite Curvy Bundle Birthday Card by Claire Daly Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Melbourne Australia.

How to make this card (all of the supplies I mention are linked at the end of the post):

  1. My base card is a half sheet (cut vertically) of A4 Mint Macaron cardstock.
  2. I embossed the card front with the Subtles 3D Embossing Folder.
  3. I used one of the Curvy Dies (from the Quite Curvy bundle) to cut a curved edge on the top layer about 2/3 of the way down.
  4. I used the curvy die with the holes in it to cut a piece about 3.5cm deep (making sure the edge with the holes in it is at the top). 
  5. I stamped the curved birthday sentiment in Gray Granite ink, just under the holes.
  6. I embossed the leaf design image in white embossing powder onto some Fluid 100 watercolour paper.
  7. I watercoloured the leaves in Soft Sea Foam and Mint Macaron by using the Water Painters and picking up the ink from the inside of the ink pad lid (I also like to wet the area to be watercoloured first). I then adhered this over the very bottom edge of the top layer.
  8. I stamped the birds in Gray Granite ink, and then coloured in Gray Granite, Blushing Bride and Early Espresso. I just used Whisper White cardstock for that, but coloured with Aquapainters (don't use too much water on them this time as the Gray Granite ink will smudge)
  9. I tied a double strand of linen thread around the top of the card and tied in a bow.
  10. I adhered a piece of Mint Macaron patterned paper on the inside of the card, and a piece of Whisper White cardstock on the inside at the top, so it will be covered by the top layer.

What I love about the Quite Curvy bundle:

  • Being a photopolymer set, you can bend the stamp a little more on the block if you need to better match a curve. That's very cool.
  • I really like the good variety of sentiments and the modern fonts. I will be using this for birthday cards, friends cards, hello cards, congratulations cards and thinking of you cards. How's that for versatile?
  • Those birds are oh so cute too!


Stampin Up Quite Curvy Bundle. Available in Australia from Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator Melbourne Australia.


Stampin Up Quite Curvy stamp set. Available in Australia from Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator Melbourne Australia.


I hope you love the Stampin' Up! Quite Curvy bundle as much as me! 


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Your card is lovey Claire, and I love the colourway you chose 🥰

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