Quick and Easy Stampin' Up! Abstract Beauty Cards
March 16, 2022
If you are a fan of quick and easy cards, the Stampin' Up! Abstract Beauty products I am going to show you today will be just the thing for you. It is so quick and easy to make this bright bunch of cards using three main products, and your choice of sentiment stamp set.
To start with you need a pack of pre-printed Abstract Beauty Cards and Envelopes. You get 20 cards and envelopes in a pack for just $17.50. There are lots of different designs and colours and each card has a coordinating envelope.
Next up you will need the Abstract Beauty Ephemera Pack for $11.25. This has a bunch of awesome cardstock and vellum die cuts you can use to embellish your cards (you get 2 of each of the ones shown here). Great price too.
Finally there is the coordinating Abstract Beauty DSP and this time it's a new size - 6" x 4". The patterns and colours coordinate perfectly with the other products, and you get 48 6x4" double sided sheets. There's also some gold foiling in there.
There are also some great more neutral designs in this pack which can be used for other projects, like this wedding card I made for my niece and her new husband.
Here's a bit more of a peak at a couple of the cards made with the card and envelope set and ephemera pack.
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