This is another card I made at my upline's house. It uses the Stampin' Up! Bloom with Hope stamp set, very vanilla and basic black cardstock, Typeset dsp, and 7/8" cotton ribbon. The flowers are colored using blendabilities markers. The focal image is stamped on cardstock that has been cut with the window frames collection framelit and the edges cut off. The black behind it is a decorative label punch cut in half.
I like this elegant birthday card.
I find a lot of inspiration and great ideas on Pinterest. The inspiration for this card also came from there and you can see the original here.
I used Pink Pirouette (SU!) and Whisper White (SU!) and a piece of retired dsp. The hello came from Pennant Parade (retired SU!). I used Stampin' Up!'s paper piercing tool and templates around the edges of the circles.
This is the first wedding card I have made. The stamp set and embossing folder are not Stampin' Up!, but all other materials are. I used Rich Razzleberry cardstock. The inside of the card is blank but has the same Rich Razzleberry and Whisper White layers.
This was such a simple card! The dsp is retired from Stampin' Up!. I simply stamped the "hello" from the Hi There stamp set (SU!)! The cardstock colors are Early Espresso and So Saffron. The smaller picture shows the inside.
I made this card for my best friend when she recently lost one of beloved pets. It is all done with retired Stampin' Up! materials with the exception of the cardstock and ink. I used the SU! D is for Dog stamp set and some retired designer series paper. The ovals were cut out using the Ovals Framelits.
This card was inspired by another card I saw on Pinterest but the link wasn't one I could use here, so I can't share the original. The colors are the same as the orginal, but my version differs by using the flowers and the Bitty Butterfly punch.
For my version of the card I used Marina Mist, Pink Pirouette, and Pear Pizzazz. I used current Stampin' Up! stamp sets called Flower Shop, Four You, and Papillon Potpouri. To embellish the butterflies on the front, I used little self adhesive pearls (SU!).
I think this would make a nice friendship card, encouragement card, or even get well card.
This card is a design of my own done with retired stamps from Stampin' Up!
The card base is Basic Gray and I stamped hearts on it with versa mark ink. I used the Chalk Talk framelits to cut out the shapes, and the main stamp is from Easy Events (Stampin' Up!). I colored it in with colored pencils.
The smaller picture is the inside of the card.
Thanks for taking the time to look!