I made this Valentine card for my family. It was fairly quick and easy to make multiples. I did vary the ribbon colors using Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding and Cherry Cobbler 3/4″ Chevron Ribbon. I did get them ALL mailed yesterday!!
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Cherry Cobbler card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. Watch this video for detailed instructions. 2. Cut a piece of Whisper White card stock at 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″. Cut a piece of Real Red card stock at 2-1/2″ x 4-1/4″. Run through the Big Shot with the Happy Hearts embossing folder making sure the Hearts will be going the direction you want them to. Glue to the end of your Whisper White card stock. Run this card stock through the Big Shot with your Top Note die with the side with the Real Red embossed piece touching the die. 3. Stamp your sentiments in Real Red ink. 4. Punch a Heart from Red Glimmer Paper and attach it with Dimensionals. 5. Tie the ribbon around the card over the Real Red Hearts. 6. Attach your Top Note die to your card base using Dimensionals. I used 9 whole Dimensionals in 3 rows: along both edges and down the center. 7. You might want to put a 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece of Whisper White on the inside of your card to write on. Stamp if desired.
I was watching a video (which I cannot find now) and dreamed about making a Pirate that moved for my grandsons Valentines Day cards. It worked! I also decided to make a sliding Heart Valentine for my granddaughters. Hope you enjoy making these. If it is after Valentine’s Day you can choose any stamp you can cut out (punch out, die cut, or use scissors) to make it slide. The video is just over 20 minutes long.
SUPPLIES: Stamps: Hey Valentine wood #137135, clear #138570 Ink: StayzOn Black
Early Espresso Markers: Real Red-hat, outside of coat
Cherry Cobbler-coat cuffs, lapels, and inside
Smoky Slate-eye patch, boot tops
Pacific Point-kerchief, shirt
Basic Black-belt, boots
Hello Honey-buckles, Treasure Chest lock
Tangerine Tango-bird beak
Chocolate Chip-Treasure Chest
Baked Brown Sugar-Treasure Chest
Daffodil Delight-treasure Card Stock: Real Red
Whisper White Silver Glimmer Paper Big Shot:Happy Heart embossing folder Punch:Hexagon Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack (small heart) Other: Paper Trimmer
CARD STOCK MEASUREMENTS: Card Base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″
Card front: 4″ x 5-1/2″ (OR 3-3/4″ x 5-“)
Whisper White insert: 3-3/4″ x 5″
Strip: 1/2″ x about 4″
Ribbon: about 2-1/2″ or 3”
I held my Monthly Stamp Class yesterday. We had fun making these cards and decorating the Tiny Treat Boxes.
The Instructions for the Pirate card and the Tiny Treat Boxes will be my next two posts.
The Instructions for making the card with the Three Hearts and the card with the Flowers are on the FREE Site for My Newsletter Subscribers. Sign up for my Newsletter on the right side bar or HERE. You will receive an email with a registration link so you will have access to all the Newsletter Projects for several years.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Rose Red card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Cut your Pink Pirouette card front at 3-3/4″ x 5″. Use the Heart Embossing Folder, lining it up with the top edge and then the bottom edge so you have a strip of hearts along the top and bottom. Adhere to card base with Tombow Glue. 3. Cut a piece os Rose Red card stock at 2″ x about 4-1/4″. Punch the top with the Scallop Tag Topper. Thread your Silver Baker’s Twine through the punched hole. I used 4 pieces of about 6″ long Silver Baker’s Twine. Thread from the front to the back and pull the ends through the loop you made in the back. 4. Cut a 1-5/8″ x 2-3/4″ Whisper White card stock for your stamping. Stamp the desired Crazy Mixed Up Love image in Rose Red ink. Punch the top with the Scallop Oval Punch by inserting only the top of your card stock through the punch from the outside. Trim the bottom if necessary. Place in the desired position on your Rose Red Tag and adhere with either Tombow Glue or SNAIL. Put Dimensionals on the back of the tag and adhere to your card front at an angle. 5. Punch two Rose Red Small Hearts and adhere them with a Dimensional in the desired position. 6. If you want a fancy envelope then you can use the same Heart Embossing Folder to emboss your envelope flap. 7. Admire your cute Valentine’s Day Card.
This is a fun Valentine card to make using the limited edition Flowerful Heart Stamp and the Fresh Prints patterned paper from the Occasions 2014 Catalog! The Stamp is only available until January 27th or while supplies last.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Pink Pirouette card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Cut your Designer Series Paper into strips using your Paper Cutter. Make sure the leaf parts don’t show down the center of your cutting ruler before you cut. 3. Line up the Strips on your card front leaving spaces in between. No the spaces won’t be even because of the varied length of the strips. It doesn’t really matter. Adhere the Strips with SNAIL. Trim off the overhanging ends with scissors. 4. Stamp your Happy Valentine’s Day and Flowerfull Heart in Real Red ink on Whisper White card stock. 5. Cut out your Heart with the coordinating Heart Framelit. Cut the next larger Heart Framelit from Red Glimmer Paper. Layer the Hearts together with Dimensionals. 6. Punch out your Modern Label from Red Glimmer Paper. Now finally punch out your sentiment with the Word Window Punch. Adhere sentiment to Glimmer Paper with Tombow Glue. 7. Put Dimensionals on the back of the layered Hearts and the layered sentiment. Adhere in desired positions on card front. Add Basic Rhinestones to the center of the stamped flowers if desired. 8. Give to someone special for Valentine’s Day ! OR change the sentiment and use for a Wedding or Anniversary card.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Here is a My Digital Studio Valentine Card I made just for you. I used the Coloring Tool to color the images in the Heart. I used Gumball Green and Raspberry Ripple. Make one today for your Family and Friends and wish them a Happy Valentine’s Day! You could also make this card with “Real Card Stock!”
1. When coloring in the Heart images I used Gumball Green for all the Leaf-Like images and Raspberry Ripple for the Flowers and Bird. I found it helpful to make the image a little larger with the Zoom function. I could then get the brush to color in the correct places without going into an area I wanted the other color. But, like my grandson says, you can’t color outside the lines. Well you can if you use the Free Form Brush, but that’s another project. 2. You could make this as a “Real Card Stock” Card if you colored the images on the stamp with your Markers. The Heart would be a little smaller. I would probably use an embossing folder for the background if I did this in “Real Card Stock” and ink.
I used the More Amore Designer Series Paper to make this fun Valentine card. I love the Laser Cut Hearts! I was planning on using the other side of the Designer Series Paper but accidentally put the SNAIL on the side I wanted in front. I do like it this way better. The hearts in the corner are punched using the Small Heart Punch. It was really quick and easy to make, even with the mistake. You can get quite a variety of looks just by changing the Designer Series Paper pattern and the color of the Laser Cut Heart.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Cherry Cobbler card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Cut your Designer Series Paper at 3-7/8″” x 5-1/4″. 3. Punch a Small Heart from your Post-it-Note making sure part of it is on the sticky part. Place your Post-it Heart in the desired position in the corner of your Designer Series Paper. Line up the Heart Punch with punched Post-it-Note and punch. Repeat with the other three corners. Now adhere your Punched Designer Series Paper to your card base. 4. Hold up the Laser Cut Hearts to your card front and choose the color you like best with the paper pattern you chose. Cut the desired color of Laser Cut Heart from the sheet. 5. Choose the sentiment you want and stamp it on your Laser Cut Heart with VersaMark. Now dump your White Embossing Powder on it. Remove the excess and put it back in the jar. Melt it with your Heat Tool. 6. Put Dimensionals on the back. One layer of Dimensionals wasn’t enough for me so I put another Dimensional on top of each of the first ones (Two story Dimensionals). Adhere to your card front. 7. Admire your fun Valentine Card.
You can get all the supplies to make this Valentine Card In My Online Store.
My four-year-old grandson got really excited when he saw this Oh, Whale! stamp set in the catalog as I was looking through it in December trying to decide what to pre-order. (If you become a Demonstrator you can also order products from the NEW Catalogs a month before the general public can! Click the “Join My Team” Tab at the top of the page.)
This would be a simple card to make multiples of. If you are going to make multiples I would recommend getting the Oh, Wave! Wheel to make your waves and letting the child roll the waves onto the card stock. Why not let them help! I am all for creating an independent Crafter! That way we can work side by side on our own projects!
Crafting also teaches children many important skills, both mental skills and fine motor skills. Learning these skills is extremely important in advancing their development of other learning skills. (Is that a good enough reason/excuse to share your love of crafting with them?)
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Choose Heart Framelit size you want and cut one from Whisper White card stock using your Big Shot. I chose the largest one that wasn’t scalloped. 2. Decide how far up you want your “water” to go. Line up the straight edge of your Marina Mist card stock to that height on the same Heart Framelit used before. 3. Stamp the Waves in Marina Mist ink on your “Water”. Trim the top waves with your paper snips. 4. Hold your “Water” up on the card and decide where to stamp your sentiment. Stamp it in Real Red Ink. Stamp lots of small Hearts in the rest of the “Sky” part of your card. 5. Adhere your Marina Mist “Water” to your Whisper White Heart with Tombow Glue. 6. Stamp your Whale in Midnight Muse ink on Whisper White card stock. Cut out using the Happy Whale Clearlits Die and your Big Shot. Adhere the Whale to your card with either Dimensionals or Tombow Glue. 7. Find the little white fish that you cut with your Clearlits Die. Color it with your Real Red Marker. Add an eye with the Basic Black Marker. Adhere it to your card with Tombow Glue. 8. Write any desired sentiments on the back of your card such as the TO: and FROM: . 9. Admire your cute little Whale Valentine card.
You can buy all the supplies to make this Whale Valentine Card in My Online Store.
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day! I hope you have a wonderful day enjoying the people you love! Here is a lovely My Digital Studio Valentine’s Day card. I made it on my Mom’s computer using her My Digital Studio program that has not had anything added. It was kind of hard for me because I have so many more Designer Series Papers, embellishments, and stamps. It was kind of nice though, not having so many choices. It was a lot easier to make decisions. Enjoy!
I am posting from sunny California! I haven’t been able to figure out how to get the photos from my camera card to my Mom’s computer yet, so you will get a card made with My Digital Studio. I only used things that come with the basic full version of My Digital Studio. Remember there is a free 30 day trial if you want to test it out before you buy it.
I made 5 of these in less than an hour one evening.
SUPPLIES: Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes page 157 w#115370 (Happy Valentine’s Day)
PS I Love You (Occasions Mini) page 8 w#125460 c#125462 (Row of small hearts on Blushing Bride label) Card Stock: Blushing Bride
Riding Hood Red
Ink: Riding Hood Red Big Shot: Matchbox Bigz XL die page 221 #114890 Punch: Decorative Label page 209 #120907
Other: Riding Hood Red Pleated Ribbon (Occasions Mini) page 12 #125569
DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut Blushing Bride 8-1/2″ x 11″ card stock in half at 5-1/2″. Place on Matchbox die so the end of each of the main pieces of the die are covered and the papers touch. Run through Big Shot. 2. Folding Box Bottom. When I use this method I rarely need to use adhesive. Fold all score lines EXCEPT for the really small ones on the narrow ends. Fold the triangle corners over to the long side of the box. Do this with both sides (yes, I always wish I had a few more fingers for this part) and fold over one narrow end, then the other narrow end. Use your bone folder (or fingers) to shape the tiny tabs that you did not score earlier. (If necessary, add adhesive where necessary. This usually involves taking the box partially apart again.) 3. Box Belly Band. Score all lines. Put a strip Sticky Strip along the small tab (close to the score line) and in the center of both small side sections. Put Pleated Ribbon on both small side sections of Sticky Strip. Stamp on Blushing Bride label cut from Matchbox die using Riding Hood Red ink and your Stamp-a-ma-jig. Attach to Riding Hood Red Decorative Label punch out with Dimensionals. Adhere completed label to top of belly band with Dimensionals. Now you can peel off the Sticky Strip on the small tab and attach it to the other side to complete your belly band. 4. Fill box with candy (usually 4 of most kinds). Slide on Belly Band. Admire before you give it to someone special!
I have purchased quite a few things from the new Stampin’ Up! Occasions Mini catalog. I have been thinking about what is my favorite purchase. My favorite this week is the new Hearts Collection Framelits. We are using them on 2 cards for my class on Friday: White on White Valentine, and the Take It to Heart Valentine. I am addicted to Hearts and these Heart Framelits are really fun to use. You can layer with them, turn any stamped image into a Heart cut out, use the coordinating stamp set and cut out the images, and make Heart frames. I am sure there are more than 4 ways to use these Heart Framelits. I guess I need more playing time to discover them!
I decided for this card I wanted to try multiple textures together and play with my Heart Framelits some more. I also used a new stamp from the Occasions Mini catalog-Candy Conversations. The small hearts are perfect for our Small Heart punch! Have fun making this one. Just remember to use your Embossing Folder first, then your Framelit because sometimes the paper “shrinks” some and won’t fit just right.
Stamp: Candy Conversations (Occasions Mini) page 43 #125560 Card Stock: Whisper White card base
Pretty in Pink
Melon Mambo Ink: Melon Mambo Big Shot: Heart Collection Framelits (Occasions Mini) page 6 #125599 Big Shot Textured Impressions Folders: Houndstooth page 218 #123134
Stripes page 218 #123128
Elegant Lines page 218 #119277 Other: Small Heart punch page 210 #117193
Scissors with long blades to get a straighter cut
DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut Whisper White card base 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Embossing. Take Whisper White card base and line it up inside the Houndstooth embossing folder. Run through Big Shot. Next use the Stripes embossing folder with Pretty in Pink card stock and run through Big Shot. Then use Melon Mambo and the Elegant Lines embossing with the Big Shot. 3. Heart Framelits. Place the largest Heart Framelit that isn’t scalloped in desired position on Pretty in Pink card stock. Place the next smaller size inside the larger Heart in desired position. To help them stay in place use a sticky note or blue painter’s tape to hold the framelit and paper in desired positions. (I just learned the sticky note trick yesterday from my friend Karen!) Next line up the smaller Heart Framelit in desired position over the Elegant Lines Melon Mambo. Use the sticky note or painter’s tape again. 4. Adhere Pretty in Pink Stripes Heart to Whisper White card front. Next adhere Melon Mambo Heart inside Pretty in Pink Heart. Use Snail , Tombow, or mini glue dots. 5. Now for the stamping. Stamp the Candy Conversations stamp on Whisper White card stock using Melon Mambo ink. Use your scissors to cut out the Valentine sentiment and arrow. Adhere over Heart Framelits using Dimensionals (I used Dimensional cut in half.) Now punch out the desired Heart with the Small Heart punch. Adhere with a Dimensional. 6. Admire your Textured Valentine! You can mix and match the different sizes of Heart Framelits and the Textured Impressions Embossing Folders for a variety of looks.
I saw a Wedding card similar to this on Pinterest not made with Stampin’ Up! products. I thought I could remake it using only Stampin’ Up! supplies. I think it turned out well and at least has hearts and flowers on it like the original did. Oh well, I am not very good at following recipes well when I cook either.
DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut out the large heart from Whisper White card stock using the 2nd and 3rd largest Heart Framelits dies. Cut out the smaller heart from the piece you just cut out using the next smaller Heart Framelit. (If you need more instructions on using Framelits with your Big Shot, please sign up for my FREE Newsletter. There is an instruction sheet you can print off for Big Shot Sandwiches with my notes to help you get it right the first time.) 2. Emboss a 4″ x 5-1/4″ Whisper White card stock with the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder and your Big Shot. Attach with Snail or mini glue dots to 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ Pink Pirouette card base scored and folded at 4-1/4″. 3. Next emboss the small Heart cut out with the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder. Put 3 Dimensionals on the back. Remove the backing and stick another Dimensional on top of each Dimensional so they are stacked 2 high. 4. Punch 3 sets of flowers with the Boho Blossoms punch from a scrap of Whisper White card stock. Punch 6 leave from a 1″ strip of Wild Wasabi card stock. Color a Pretty in Pink circle in the center of desired flowers. Curl the ends of the flowers up with your fingers and fingernails if desired. 5. Decide on placement of the Hearts, flowers, and leaves. Remember how it looks. 6. Put Mini Glue Dots on the bottom point of the large heart and on the lower sides of the large heart. Put Dimensionals on the top rounded parts of the large heart and a small part of a Dimensional on the point of the large heart. Place the large heart as desired. Place small Polka Dot Heart as desired. 7. Use mini glue dots to attach small flowers inside large flowers. Attach leaves with mini glue dots as desired either before or after attaching flowers to card. 8. Admire you elegant, classy white on white card which can be used as a Wedding, Anniversary, or Valentine card.
Can you believe that Valentine’s Day is only a month away? Here is a fun little Peekaboo card for Valentine’s Day. We will be making this at my class next week.
SUPPLIES: Stamps: P.S. I Love You (Occasions Mini) page 8 w#125460 c#125462 Card Stock: Blushing Bride
Whisper White Big Shot: Peekaboo Frames Bigz L Die (still available) #124587 Punches: Modern Label page 209 #119849
Word Window page 209 #119857 Ink: VersaMark
Real Red Markers: Real Red
Chocolate Chip Other: White Embossing Powder page 201 #109132
Heat Tool page 201 #100005
DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut 2 Curly Label Peekaboo Frames out of Real Red card stock using your Peekaboo Frames die and Big Shot. Stamp desired image on each flap with VersaMark, then add white embossing powder. Melt with Heat Tool. Adhere Curly Label Peekaboo Frames to front of Blushing Bride card base (5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored & folded at 4-1/4″) 2. Stamp Hearts Circle and then Love you (inside Hearts Circle) behind one Curly Label Peekaboo flap using Real Red ink and Stamp-a-ma-jig. Color strawberry stamp with markers and stamp behind other Curly Label Peekaboo flap using your Stamp-a-ma-jig. 3. Stamp “Be my Valentine” in Real Red ink on Whisper White card stock scrap. Stamp row of Hearts in Real Red ink on Blushing Bride card stock-twice. 4. Punch a Real Red card stock label using the Modern Label punch. Punch out “Be my Valentine” and both rows of Hearts with the Word Window Punch. Adhere “Be my Valentine” to Real Red Modern Label. Adhere Modern Label to card base with Dimensionals. Adhere rows of Hearts to card base at desired angle using Snail. 5. Who will you surprise with this fun Valentine?
I have been working on the computer a lot the last few days. If you will notice there is a new Newsletter Sign-up box in my sidebar! I have even tested it out and it works! I am always really happy when something finally works-especially technological stuff! So if you haven’t already subscribed to my Newsletter, please test-drive my form and let me know if it works (or doesn’t work) either by commenting or emailing me. You will be directed to a page with a form asking you to choose your user name and password which you will need to get to the members-only My Newsletter Project Pages. My Newsletter Project Pages has all the projects and templates I have given to my Newsletter Subscribers. I am still working on separate links for some of the projects, but those instructions are included in the Newsletter Links.
So finally, here is my post for today. I have started making Valentine’s cards. We will be making this at my class next week. It does use the new Hearts Collection Framelits from the Occasions Mini catalog.
SUPPLIES: Stamps: Take It to Heart (Occasions Mini) page 14 w#125520 c#125522
French Filigree page 151 #113742 Ink: Rose Red Card Stock: Regal Rose
Whisper White Big Shot: Hearts Collection Framelits (Occasions Mini) page 6 #125599
Petals a Plenty Embossing Folder page 219 #116824
Snow Burst Embossing Folder (still available) #124096 Other: Dimensionals
Dotto OR blue painter’s tape
DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut Regal Rose card base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Ink up French Filigree stamp with Rose Red ink. Lay stamp on table with inked rubber facing up. Lay folded card base on top of rubber in desired position. Use a Clear Block or wood part of a stamp to rub card stock. When finished, lift card base off stamp. 3. Stamp Bicycle image on Whisper White card stock with Rose Red ink. 4. I have had trouble with the Framelit moving when I put the top cutting pad on. So I have come up with a couple of options to keep the Framelit in place. Option 1: Run a line of Dotto on the card stock where you are going to place your Framelit. This should hopefully keep your Framelit in place while running it through the Big Shot. Option 2: Place your Framelit on the card stock where you want it. Tear off a piece of blue painter’s tape about 1″ or so. Tape it to your jeans once or twice to remove a lot of the adhesive. Now tape it to your Framelit and card stock-keeping the tape away from the center of the Framelit. Run through your Big Shot. Big Shot Sandwich: (top to bottom)
Framelit and card stock
Multipurpose Platform Tab 2 (both tabs closed) 5. Now let’s get out our Big Shot and try out the Heart Framelits. Let’s practice on our plain card stock first. Choose the 3 Heart Framelits you will be using. Choose the largest of the 3 and cut a Rose Red card stock heart. (Remember-Option 1 OR Option 2 and your Big Shot Sandwich.) Use the middle sized Heart Framelit and cut it out of Regal Rose card stock. Now get your stamped bicycle image. Choose the Heart that fits over it best. (Use either Option 1 or Option 2.) Now run it through your Big Shot. 6. Take your Large Rose Red Heart and emboss it using the Petals a Plenty Embossing Folder. Emboss your Regal Rose Heart with the Snow Burst Embossing Folder. 7. Layer the 3 Hearts together using Dimensionals. Use Dimensionals to attach the Layered Hearts to the card base. 8. Admire your pretty Valentine. Who will you give it to?
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