3D Artisan Label Flower Card

The Artisan Label Punch has such interesting edges that I decided to make a flower using it.  I will be making a video soon to show you how to make this fun little flower.
Artisan Label Punch Flower on Card

SUPPLIES:
Stamps”  Four Frames w#128589  c#123442
Teeny Tiny Wishes  w#128748  c#127802
Ink:  StayzOn Black
Calypso Coral
Crisp Cantaloupe
Card Stock:  Very Vanilla
Crisp Cantaloupe
Modern Medley Designer Series Paper #126926
Punch:  Artisan Label  #130920
Decorative Label #120907
Other:  7/16″ Trim #129287
Subtles Candy Dots #130933
Glue Dots
SNAIL Adhesive
Dimensionals
Stamping Sponge

INSTRUCTIONS:
1.  Cut your Very Vanilla card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″  Score and fold at 4-1/4″.
2.  Cut your Modern Medley Designer Series Paper at 2″ x 5-1/2″  Adhere to card front about 1/4″ from the bottom.
3.  Cut your 7/16″ Trim at 5-1/2″.  Adhere above Modern Medley DSP with SNAIL.
4.  Stamp the Four Frames and desired Teeny Tiny Wishes sentiment in StayzOn Black.  Puch out with Decorative Label Punch.  Sponge around the edges using Crisp Cantaloupe ink.  Place Dimensionals on the back.  Set aside.
5.  Punch seven Artisan Labels from Crisp Cantaloupe card stock.  Sponge the edges with Calypso Coral ink if desired.  Cut six Labels in half through the smooth center.  Cut from each decorative edge to the center to form a triangle.  This will form one petal.  Use your bone folder to curl each petal.  Use your bone folder to slightly curl the edges of the whole Artisan Lable piece.  This will form your flower base.  Place a curled petal along one edge of the flower base and another just opposite.  Adhere all Petals with a Glue Dot.  Now place two petals going the other direction on top of the first layer of petals.  The next layer will go the same direction as the first layer.  You can trim the center portions if desired.  Continue placing petals until you have just one left.  Make small cuts along the top edge.  Roll it up slightly and attach to center of top petals with a glue dot.  Fluff flower if desired.
6.  Place sentiment label and flower in desired positions.  Adhere label with Dimensionals.  Adhere flower with either Glue Dots or a Demensional.
7.  Place Candy Dots in the top two corners of card.
8.  Hand deliver this card or put it in a package so it won’t get smashed.

I will have a new service available on August 1st.  More details coming soon.

Happy Stamping!
Nendy

Stamp-a-ma-jig Video

Watch this video!I use my Stamp-a-ma-jig quite a bit to perfectly position my sentiments and Two-Step stamps.  It can seem tricky to use, but after trying it out a couple of times you will get results like a Pro!  Have fun using your Stamp-a-ma-jig to help you make this card.

On a personal note:  I seem to have too many irons in too many fires lately.  I may not be able to continue to do a video every week.   I will still try to do a couple of videos a week.  I know I am a visual learner and it is easier for me when I see something done.  I have been working at the Family History Center more (almost every week)-which is fun too and I have a more demanding calling in my Church.  As a result it has been harder to keep up with my home and family.  I will still continue to post projects at least 3 days a week and the My Digital Studio downloads on Tuesday.
Stippled Flowers Two Step Stamping with a Stamp-a-ma-jig

SUPPLIES:
Featured Product-Stamp-a-ma-jig  #101049
Stamps:   Stippled Blossoms  w#126745  c#126747
Four Frames w#123440  c#123442
Teeny Tiny Wishes  w#115370  c#127802
Card Stock:  Whisper White
Wisteria Wonder
Ink:  Wisteria Wonder
Perfect Plum
Elegant Eggplant
Big Shot:  Framed Tulips Embossing Folder #121809
Other:  Sponge Dauber  #102892
SNAIL

INSTRUCTIONS:
1.  Stamp images using your Stamp-a-ma-jig as shown in the video making sure to leave enough room around the edges for the Framed Tulips Embossing Folder.
2.  Use your Big Shot and the Framed Tulips Embossing Folder to make a frame around your stamped images
3.  Get your card base ready:  Wisteria Wonder card stock cut at 5-12″ x 8-1/2″.  Score and fold at 4-1/4″.  Put SNAIL around the edges of your card front.  Adhere your stamped and embossed card layer.
4.  Admire your perfectly stamped card!

Happy Stamp-a-ma-jigging!
Nendy

Delicate Doily Sizzlit & Delicate Designs EF

This fun, yet elegant Gumball Green and Whisper White White card has the delicate lacy touches of the Delicate Doilies Sizzlet (#126999), Delicate Designs Embossing Folder (#127023), the Lacy & Lovely stamp set (w#122885 c#122887), the Four Frames stamp set (w#123440  c#123442), Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set (w#115370 c#127802), the Decorative Label Punch (#120907), and the 1-3/4″ Circle Punch (#119850).  TIP:  I put a half sheet of printer paper UNDER my Sizzlet to get a good detail cut of all the little pieces.  Poke the holes out with your Piercing Tool, Stylus, or a toothpick.Delecate Doily and DesignsYou can purchase all the supplies to make this card at My Online Stampin’ Up! Store.

Happy Stamping!
Nendy 


Daisy Card in White and Daffodil Delight and Envelope

I have been in the mood for flowers lately so I decided to use my Daisy #2 die.  This is another quick and easy card.  I also tested out the envelope instructions that come with the Simply Scored Diagonal Plate.  Another quick and easy thing to make.  And to think I thought making envelopes was difficult.  Not so with the new Diagonal Plate.

Daisy in White & Daffodil Delight

SUPPLIES:
Stamps:
  Four Frames page 141  w#123440  c#123442
Teeny Tiny Wishes  page 157  w#115370
Card Stock:  Daffodil Delight
Whisper White
Ink:  Daffodil Delight
Night of Navy
Big Shot:  Daisy #2 die page 222 #114520
Framed Tulips Texturized Impressions Embossing Folder  page 218 #121809
Punch:  Decorative Label  page 209  #120907
Embellishments:  1/8″ Daffodil Delight Taffeta Ribbon page 195 #119254
Brights Designer Buttons page 197  #119747
Adhesives:  SNAIL
Dimensionals
Mini Glue Dots
Envelope:  Simply Scored Tool
Simply Scored Diagonal Plate
Daffodil Delight Card stock
Mixed Bunch stamps
Night of Navy ink

DIRECTIONS:
1.
  Cut Whisper White card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″.  Score and fold at 4-1/4″.
2.  Emboss Framed Tulips on Daffodil Delight card stock.  Trim around raised frame line.  Adhere to card front with SNAIL.
3.  Use the Daisy #2 die and your Big Shot and die cut the Daisies twice.  If you position them right you can cut out both from a half sheet of card stock.
4.  Take the 2 largest Daisies and off-set the petals so they are evenly spaced.  Adhere with a small bit of SNAIL or mini glue dots in the center by the hole.  Fluff up petals with fingers.  Repeat with the medium and small daisies.  Adhere them all together, centering from the back by looking inside the holes.  Thread the ribbon through the button holes and tie a knot.  Adhere to center of Daisy with 2-3 mini glue dots.
5.  Stamp the desired image in Daffodil Delight.   Stamp sentiment in Night of Navy.  (I used the Stamp-a-ma-jig to help me get it in the desired position.)  Punch out with Decorative Label punch.
6.  Lay out Daisy and Four Frames Label in desired positions.  Adhere Label with Dimensionals.  Adhere Daisy with SNAIL or mini glue dots.
7.  Admire your bright Spring card!

Daisy Envelope in White and Daffodil Delight

ENVELOPE DIRECTIONS:
1.
  Cut Daffodil Delight card stock in a 7-3/4″ square.
2.  Place Diagonal Plate onto Simply Scored Tool with arrow facing upper ruler.  (I colored the top of the upper left corner of the Diagonal Plate with a Sharpie where it touches the corner so I won’t have to keep looking on the back for the arrow.)
3.  Now the fun begins!  Place your 7-3/4″ square card stock in the upper left corner of the Diagonal Plate.  Score at 4-1/2″ on the side ruler and then the top ruler.  You will be making 2 separate score lines that are evenly spaced diagonally.
4.  Turn your card stock 1/4 turn (either direction is fine).  Now score at 3-1/8″ along the side ruler then the top ruler.  You now have four scored lines which form a rectangle in the center.
5.  You will see 4 small triangles where the score lines cross.  Remove these small triangles with either scissors or a square punch.  Fold all score lines.  You can trim the one flap that sticks up in the center of the card if desired.  You can also use a corner rounder punch on the top flap.  Adhere the center flap with either Sticky Strip or Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue.
6.  Stamp as desired.  I used the Mixed Bunch stamp to go with the Daisy on my card.
7.  Insert card after you have filled out the inside and signed it and inserted any other items such as cash or a gift card if desired.  Seal envelope shut with SNAIL or Tombow making sure to leave the straight portion at the top of the flap free of adhesive so they can slide in a letter opener or knife and get the card back out.  Smile

Happy Stamping!
Nendy

Embossed Style Beautiful

Here is a quick, but elegant card.
Style Beautiful, Designer Frames EF, Four FramesSUPPLIES:
Stamps:  Style Beautiful
Four Frames
Grateful Greetings  page 27  w#116511
Ink:  Concord Crush
Card Stock:  Whisper White 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ card base, scraps to stamp on
Concord Crush-Scrap to emboss
Big Shot:  Finial Press Textured Impressions Embossing Folder  page 219  #115963
Punch:  Decorative Label  page 209  #120907

Directions:
1.
  Stamp images in corners of card front using Concord Crush.  Stamp images on Whisper White scraps using Concord Crush.  Use Stamp-a-ma-jig to place sentiment in desired position inside frame.
2.  Center sentiment frame inside punch window as desired, then punch.  Trim single image to 2-1/8″ x 1-7/16″.
3.  Place Concord Crush card stock in Designer Frames embossing folder.  Run through Big Shot.  Trim around embossed frame with scissors.  Adhere single image inside frame with Snail.
4.  Lay card base out flat.  Place Finial Press embossing folder on card front, taking care to have embossing stop at fold and above stamped images.  Run through Big Shot.   Admire the placement of your embossing!
5.  Adhere Framed Image and Framed Sentiment as desired using Dimensionals.
6.  You now have an elegant, embossed card!