Make It Monday #9 – Emboss Resist

Make It Monday #9 – Emboss Resist

Welcome to this weeks Make It Monday tutorial.  I’m super excited to share with you another clean & simple one layer design.  This time I’ve added interest by using an emboss resist technique and sponging.

I started by stamping my greeting from the Butterfly Basics stamp set, in Black Ink centered at the bottom of my Whisper White piece of cardstock.  I stamped my flower image from the same stamp set in versamark ink and heat embossed with a heat tool and clear embossing powder.

Then came the fun part, sponging Pink Pirouette ink across the embossed image.

Click HERE to Download your free PDF Tutorial 

Supplies:

  • Stamps – Butterfly Basics
  • Ink – Black Memento Ink, Pink Pirouette Classic Ink
  • PaperPink Pirouette, Basic Black, Whisper White CS
  • Other Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Stampin’ Sponges

Dimensions:

  • Pink Pirouette CS – 4-1/2” x 9” scored at 4-1/2” to create a 4-1/2” x 4-1/2” cardbase
  • Basic Black CS – 5-7/8” x 3-3/4” piece
  • Whisper White CS – 5-7/8” x 5-5/8”

Directions:

  1. Stamp the greeting on the Whisper White CS, about ¼” up from the bottom, centered between the left and right hand sides, using Memento Black Ink
  2. Rub an embossing buddy over the surface of the Whisper White CS
  3. Stamp the flower image on the Whisper White CS about ¼” above the greeting using versamark ink. Sprinkle clear embossing powder over the stamped image.  Tap off the excess embossing powder.  Heat this with a heat tool until the embossing powder has melted
  4. Apply ink around the embossed image, using a wedge of a stamping sponge and Pink Pirouette Classic Ink
  5. Stick the Whisper White CS to the Basic Black CS leaving equal borders on the left and right hand sides
  6. Stick the matted Basic Black CS to the Pink Pirouette cardbase leaving equal borders to the left and right hand sides. You’re Done!

Video Tutorial 

I’ve created a video tutorial with all the measurements and and how I created this card.  You can view it below

 

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Tricks & Tips

  • Clean your stamps with a baby wipe.  Click HERE to learn my tips on using Baby Wipes in your crafting

Not able to create today?

Why not create a file in your “Documents” on your computer and call it MAKE IT MONDAY? Or, print them off and create an Inspiration Folder for future use.

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store

See you next week for a new Make It Monday feature

Make It Monday #8 – Adding a Glitter Border

Make It Monday #8 – Adding a Glitter Border

Last week I shared a tip “How to create a Glitter Border”  read about it HERE.  Today I thought I would share with you how to create the project using this technique.

I started off with a piece of Crumb Cake CS and placed  my tear tape all around the edge, after pealing the backing away, I sprinkled Dazzling Diamonds glitter tapping off the excess.

I’ve stamped my greeting and flower image from the Birthday Blooms stamp set using the new stamparatus tool.  I love how simple this card was to create.

Click HERE to Download your free PDF Tutorial 

Supplies:

  • Stamps – Birthday Blooms
  • Ink – Early Espresso, Calypso Coral
  • Paper – Calypso Coral, Crumb Cake CS

Dimensions:

  • Calypso Coral CS – 4-1/2” x 9” scored at 4-1/2” to create a 4-1/2” x 4-1/2” cardbase
  • Crumb Cake CS – 5-5/8” x 4” piece and a 5-1/8” x 3-1/2” piece

Directions:

  1. Apply tear tape around the outer perimeter of the larger crumb cake cardstock. Remove the backing and apply glitter, set aside
  2. Using a stampartus or stamp-a-ma-jig stamp the greeting in early espresso ink and the flower in calypso coral ink on the smaller crumb cake CS piece
  3. Adhere the stamped panel to the glitter panel using stampin dimentionals
  4. Adhere the matted glitter panel to the cardbase using double sided adhesive
  5. Add some rhinestones. You’re done!

Video Tutorial 

I’ve created a video tutorial with all the measurements and how I created this card.  You can view it below

Not able to create today?

Why not create a file in your “Documents” on your computer and call it MAKE IT MONDAY? Or, print them off and create an Inspiration Folder for future use.

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below!  click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store
 


Join me next week for another Make It Monday feature

Tip & Technique: How To Create a Glitter Border

Tip & Technique: How To Create a Glitter Border

Today I want to  share one of my favourite techniques—using tear tape with glitter. I just love the extra bling glitter can add to any project. I find this technique is the easiest way to use glitter and let’s face it, we all have jars of Dazzling Diamonds Glitter just sitting around unused waiting to be cracked open. Am I right? (Maybe it’s just me) I use tear tape but you can use any type of tape adhesive for this technique.

First, place the tape where you want it. A tip on laying the tape perfectly straight is to lay your cardstock on Stampin’ Up! Grid paper and line up the ends of the tape. The ends trim off easily with a pair of scissors.


Next, sprinkle the glitter on, tap lightly and then gently brush the excess off with a small soft paintbrush. A tip on collecting the glitter is to use a coffee filter.  For some reason the fibers in coffee filters help with the static and the glitter (and embossing powder) slides easily back into their jars. You can even use different colours of glitter. Since the glitter sticks so well to the tape the colours won’t drop into another container and get all mixed up.

I always use Dazzling Diamonds glitter as its ultra fine but this technique also works with other kinds.

Here is a  card I made using this technique.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you give this technique a try!

Weekend Challenge: Patterned Paper

Weekend Challenge: Patterned Paper 

It’s been raining here for the past week perfect weather for crafting.  However, our little town received 226mm in three days which caused a lot of flooding. Although we are safe, other parts of town were not.  Many were evacuated from their homes, others were stranded on property with no way in or out.  Roads were blocked from all directions.  Despite all the water, everyone was in high spirits and enjoying the long awaited needed rain.

View across the street from my house

With so much water and nowhere to go, gave me the perfect opportunity to sit down and complete our first Weekend Challenge.  

What is the Weekend Challenge

Getting over the blank-page hurdle is often the hardest part of being creative. By participating in the Weekend Challenge you will exercise your “getting started” brain power. With every challenge, you will stretch your thinking and hopefully learn to find unexpected inspiration in the world around you.

Each week, on Friday, I will post a weekly weekend challenge in our Facebook Group (Click HERE to Join)  – this could be a Clean & Simple Challenge, Try a new technique, Colour combination, Card Sketch or a new way to use current stamping tools

How it Works

– A new challenge will be posted every Friday afternoon in our Facebook Group (approx. 2pm). There is no time limit; this is not a contest and no prizes will be awarded. However, you maybe featured on my blog (with your permission of course)

– This challenge is all about fun. I will give no criticism about how you interpreted the inspiration piece (actually I like the long stretches because it helps demonstrate that you can get just the ‘kick’ you need from anything around you even if it ends up totally different than how you expected).

– Upload your card to the weekly challenge thread in our facebook group for all to see, feel free to comment and like others projects.

Weekend Challenge 01

Try to find ways to use Patterned Paper in your work. You can make anything you wish and use the SU designer series paper or just plain any printed or scrapbooking papers you have on hand. These papers can add a fun, quick and easy way to jazz up your work. Have fun and don’t forget to put WC01 in your keywords section when you upload and post a link back to this thread. As always, there are no time limits and feel free to add some tips or techniques in this thread as well.

Weekend Challenge- Patterned Paper

My project today, I’ve created a weaving patterned using the Picture Perfect Party DSP Pack.  To create the weaving pattern, I cut strips of Pattern Paper 1″ wide and laid them in opposite directions across each other to create the weaving look.

My greeting is from Picture Perfect Birthday Stamp Set, and is heat embossed in silver embossing powder. Cut the greeting out using Layed Circle Framelit dies.

Check out my Patterned Paper Online class for other ideas on how to use your Designer Paper differently.

Now it’s Your Turn

Try to find ways to use Patterned Paper in your work. You can make anything you wish and use the SU designer series paper or just plain any printed or scrapbooking papers you have on hand. These papers can add a fun, quick and easy way to jazz up your work. Have fun and don’t forget to put WC01 in your keywords section when you upload and post a link back to this thread. As always, there are no time limits and feel free to add some tips or techniques in this thread as well.

 

Make It Monday #4: Adding Colour to Outline Images

Make It Monday #4: Adding Colour to Outline Images

I use to stay clear of outline image stamps.  Why?  Because they meant extra work, extra time to colour the images and I like to create quick and easy cards.  But I have since discovered a new way to use my outline image stamps, and today I’m going to share with you just one way to create quick and easy cards without colouring in your outline images.

I’ve used the Fallen Flowers Stamp Set and stamped in Versamark ink onto a variety of different colour cardstock.  Then heat embossed with Clear Embossing Powder.  The large flower I stamped twice and then cut out the center using a pair of paper snips and popped it up with a Stampin’ Dimensional.

All images have been die cutted using the coordinating May Flower Framelits alternatively you can fussy cut, be sure to leave a slight border around each image

The greeting was stamped onto Whisper White Cardstock using Birthday Blooms Stamp Set and cut out using the Stitched Shapes  Framelit Dies 

Click HERE to Download your free PDF Tutorial 

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps – Fallen Flowers, Birthday Blooms
  • Ink – Versamark Ink, Memento Black Ink
  • PaperCrumb Cake, Berry Burst, Crushed Curry, Old Olive, Whisper White CS
  • Other Clear Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, May Flowers Framelits, Stitched Shaped Framelits, Big Shot, paper snips, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Liquid Adhesive

Dimensions:

  • Crumb Cake CS – 8-1/4” x 5-7/8” (21 x 15cm) scored and fold at 4-1/8” (10.5cm) to create a cardbase
  • Whisper White CS – Scrap piece
  • Berry Burst CS – Scrap piece
  • Old Olive CS – Scrap piece
  • Crushed Curry CS – Scrap piece

Directions:

  1. Stamp the large flower image two times onto Berry Burst CS using Versamark Ink. Sprinkle with Clear Embossing Powder and heat set with a heat tool until the powder melts
  2. Stamp the medium flower image once times onto Berry Burst CS using Versamark Ink. Sprinkle with Clear Embossing Powder and heat set with a heat tool until the powder melts
  3. Stamp the small flower image twice times onto Crushed Curry CS using Versamark Ink. Sprinkle with Clear Embossing Powder and heat set with a heat tool until the powder melts
  4. Stamp the leaf image twice onto Old Olive CS using Versamark Ink. Sprinkle with Clear Embossing Powder and heat set with a heat tool until the powder melts
  5. Die cut all images using the coordinating May Flower Dies and Big Shot Machine
  6. Fussy cut the center from one of the large Berry Burst flower images using a pair of paper snips
  7. Stamp greeting onto a scrap piece of Whisper White CS with Memento Black Ink and die cut using an oval from the Stitched Shape Framelits and Big Shot
  8. Adhere the greeting the flower images to card base as shown in photo using Liquid Adhesive
  9. Adhere the fussy cut flower center using a stampin’ dimensional. You’re Done!

Video Tutorial 

I’ve created a video tutorial with all the measurements and and how I created this card.  You can view it on this link HERE.  Don’t forget to subscribe to my YOUTUBE channel so you receive notification of when I post a video to my channel.

Not able to create today?

Why not create a file in your “Documents” on your computer and call it MAKE IT MONDAY? Or, print them off and create an Inspiration Folder for future use.

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store


See you next week for a new Make It Monday feature

Clean & Simple Birthday Card

Clean & Simple Birthday Card

The start of a new year for our family there are a lot of Birthdays.  Due to the vast number I need Quick, Easy & Simple cards.

I’m a huge fan of patterned paper, I wasn’t always.  When I go to create the first thing I look for is my pattern papers and decide which pattern I want to use, from there I select my colours.

Patterned paper on today’s project comes from Petal Garden Patterned Paper Pack.

  • Cut 2″ strip of Rich Razzleberry pattern paper and placed it along the bottom of Rich Razzleberry Card base
  • Stamp greeting from Stylized Birthday (this is my all time favourite Birthday Stamp set) bottom right corner with Black Ink
  • Adhere the White Stamped panel to my card front with stampin’ dimensionals leaving a gap at the top and bottom of my card base

  • Coloured Hearts & Stars wooden elements using Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Blends
  • Adhere the coloured element to the card using glue dots
  • Finish with a scatter of rhinestones

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store
Product List


Create a card set using a variety of different colours

Quick & Easy Birthday Cards

Quick & Easy Birthday Cards

I’m excited to share with you today’s project.  The Occasions catalogue has just recently gone live and there are some amazing new and exciting products to add to your collection of paper crafting supplies.

One of my favourite new products is this Picture Perfect Party 6″x 6″ patterned paper pack.  The paper is photographed on one side and patterned on the other.

One of the questions I get asked a lot is “How do you decided on what colours to use?” First thing I decided on was the pattern paper.  Stampin’ Up! make is super easy for you that they list all the colours that coordinate with each patterned paper pack.

Here’s a picture of my project

Picture Perfect Birthday

  • I could have used Bermuda Bay, Berry Burst, Lemon Lime Twist, or Peakaboo Peach, but for this card I choose Bermuda Bay.  Each colour will give you a slightly different look so experiment til you find the one you like best.
  • The greeting comes from Picture Perfect Birthday Stamp Stamp and has been stamped in Versamark ink and heat embossed with Silver Embossing powder.  I’ve used Silver embossing powder to match with the silver bow that’s in the patterned paper.  (you could also ink your greeting using Bermuda Bay to match your cardbase) TIP:  Black ink is very versatile and will go with any/most designs.  If you choose to add a colour try matching to a colour that you see in the patterned paper you’re using.
  • The greeting has been die cut with the Stitched Framelit Dies and popped up with Stampin’ Dimensionals
  • And to tie the silver together I finished with adding a piece of Silver Natural Trim behind my greeting.

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store.

Next time you need to create a quick card, grab a piece of patterned paper and let the colours help you design and create your project.

Make a Card Monday

Make a Card Monday

This new addition to the blog will happen in one of two ways

  • Every Monday we are going to take a card and make it over using all Stampin’ Up! product AND/ OR
  • We will use  a sketch, colour combination, or some other challenge to create a card

This allows you to see the versatility of Stampin’ Up! product and will maybe encourage you to look at the supplies in your stash in a new light. This is probably one of my favourite “features” because often times when my mojo feels low, I give it a boost by making over some of my favourite cards.

To kick off our First “Make a Card Monday” Challenge my team have created a sketch (see below)

How to Use a Sketch 

Sketches are basically blueprints for your creativity. Sketches are made up of different shapes and elements and are basically an outline to follow.  The purpose of a sketch is to give you inspiration for the layout of your card design.

Daisy Delight, Rose wonder, Happy birthday

For my sketch today, I decided to use a piece of patterned paper for my background and this piece comes from the Delightful Daisy DSP.

My greeting is from the Rose Wonder stamp Set.  I love the font of the greetings in this set, and to finish it off I’ve added a bit of bling using Rhinestones.

Alternative Tips & Ideas

There are different ways you can interpret this sketch try one of the following suggestions

  • Emboss a piece of cardstock with your favourite embossing folder to add texture
  • Change the orientation of the sketch design and create a landscape card
  • Snip the ends of the greeting strip to create a banner

Daisy Delight, Rose wonder, Happy birthday

Video Tutorial 

I’ve created a video tutorial with all the measurements and and how I created this card.  You can view it on this link HERE.  Don’t forget to subscribe to my YOUTUBE channel so you receive notification of when I post a video to my channel.

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store.

Product List

Play along and see where your Creativity will take you.

A Whole Lot of Lovely

A Whole Lot of Lovely

I’m loving the all new Designer Series paper that is available in this years catalogue, and A Whole Lot of Lovely is my current favourite.  So much so that I really struggled to bring myself to actually cut it up and use it.  But what good is patterned paper if it’s not used?

Whole Lot of Lovely

The one thing I love most about Stampin’ Up! patterned Paper packs is that the whole pack coordinates together, so there is no need to guess which colour will match perfectly with the pattern you have selected.

I’ve taken two patterns from the Whole Lot of Lovely Designer Series Paper added a strip of Powder Pink Cardstock to hide the join of the two patterns meeting together.

Whole Lot of Lovely

My greeting comes from Birthday Blooms Stamp set, and I have die cut the greeting with the Stitched Shaped Framelits and Layering Ovals Framelits

Whole Lot of Lovely

Video Tutorial

You can view video tutorial below on how to create this card featuring the Whole Lot of Lovey Designer Series Paper

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store.


Looking for more project ideas? Check out my Resource Library for other project ideas and techniques

Rainbow Butterfly Shaker Card

Rainbow Butterfly Shaker Card

Hi There!  Today I have a video sharing an easy way to create a window shaker card.  Although I haven’t done one in ages, I decided to give one a try. It was fun!

I’m really loving the bright bold colours on today’s project.  I created a colour block for my background by cutting strips of card-stock from the Brights Collection.   The greeting from the Butterfly Basics Stamp Set has been heat embossed with White Embossing Powder.

Butterfly Shaker CardMy window was created with the Bold Butterfly Thinlits, and I’ve also cut the smallest butterfly using a scrap piece of vellum.

 

Butterfly Shaker Card

The fun part was adding the sequins to the window to create an exciting little shaker card.

Tricks & Tips

  • Adhere the vellum butterfly using a glue dot in the center
  • Add a strip of rhinestones to the center for the vellum butterfly to hide the adhesive

Video Tutorial

View video tutorial below

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store

Looking for more project ideas? Check out my Resource Library for other project ideas and techniques

Shadow Stamping

Shadow Stamping

Hello there. Today’s video shares how to do Shadow Stamping.  The fun technique of “stamping shadows” is so-very-easy to do, and yet gives really fun results.

Shadow Stamping

I arranged a cluster of solid images from the Garden in Bloom Stamp Set in one corner of  a piece of coloured cardstock from the Brights Collection.  I’ve stamped my image with Whisper White Craft Ink.  I then rotated the paper and stamped them again in the opposite corner.

I then stamped the same images again and this time, stamped them with same colour as my cardstock to match.  The overlapping of the Whisper White Craft Ink  and the coloured classic ink gives the illusion that three inks were used instead of two.

Shadow Stamping

I finished off the cards by white heat embossing a variety of Sentiments from Stylized Birthday and Thankful Thoughts Stamp Sets in the center of the of the cards. I adhered all the panels to white notecards.  This would be a great set of notecards to give as a gift.

Shadow Stamping

Tricks & Tips

  • Stamp your second image slightly off center from the first, this will the illusion of depth to create the shadow technique
  • Craft Ink takes longer to dry.  Dry your cardstock with a heat tool or set aside for the ink to dry completely before adding your greeting
  • Rub an Embossing Buddy across your cardstock to remove any static before stamping your greeting and heat embossing
  • This technique works best with bold colours (brights colour family)

Video Tutorial

View video tutorial below

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store

Looking for more project ideas? Check out my Resource Library for other project ideas and techniques

Shimmer on Vellum

Shimmer on Vellum

Hello. Today’s video shares how to add colour to vellum with Wink of Stella Glitter Pen, to create a Shimmer on Vellum effect.

I really like adding shimmer to my cards to make them a little more special. And when I can very easily add shimmer AND colour at the same time I am doing the Happy Dance!

I started by heat embossing my rose image from the gorgeous Rose Wonder Stamp Set onto vellum.

Adding shimmery colour to vellum is incredibly easy. I used  Wink of Stella Glitter Markers to blend colours. Since neither absorb into the vellum right away, you can easily move colour around until you are happy. Look at that shine!

Adding Shimmer to Vellum, with Wink of Stella and Stampin' Write Markers

You can do A LOT with just a clear shimmer pen. I used my Stampin’ Write markers for the colouring, then move and blend them with the clear pen.

Tricks & Tips

  • To remove excess colour from your project simply dab the area with a dry cloth
  • Keep a paper towel handy to wipe off excess colour from your shimmer pen

You can view video tutorial below

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store

Product List


Looking for more techniques using Vellum? – visit my Resource Library for other great tips and techniques

Gradient Sponged Background

Gradient Sponged Background

Well… I had lost my crafty mojo. To get it back, I decided to dive in and make a lot of different cards using the same technique, Gradient Sponged Background and embossing folders and it worked! 

I don’t normally make a lot of cards at once but  I got carried away. It was kinda of my “healing” from a long struggle of not creating much. I feel so much better! I hope these cards show you that you can take products you have and put them to good use to make a bunch of cards… all with a simple card design.

I have details on what products I used on each card below. On all of my cards I used the super-cool Hexagons Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.

OK, here the colours I used on each card:

 

Love Card:  Melon Mambo, Rose Red, Rich Razzleberry

Gradient sponged Background

Congrats Card: Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight

Gradient sponged Background

Happy Card: Night of Navy, Dapper Denim, Island Indigo

Gradient sponged Background

Hello Card: Cucumber Crush, Bermuda Bay, Island Indigo

Gradient sponged Background

Tricks & Tips

  • Use washi tape or painters tape to get the nice even border around your project
  • If your tape is too sticky wipe your embossing buddy over it to make it less tacky
  • Start sponging off the cardstock and gradually apply colour in a circular motion

View the video below, to see how easy it is to use this technique.

Supplies

I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store

Looking for more sponging techniques? – visit my Resource Library for other great tips and techniques

 

It’s Your Day – Birthday Card

Today’s card started with the stamping.  I started by stamping the sentiment from the Fabulous Four set from Stampin’ Up! in the 2015 -2017 Incolour (Watermelon Wonder, Delightful Dijon, Cucumber Crush, Mint Macaron, Tip Top Taupe).  Added a strip of Watermelon Wonder Cardstock across the top, and tied a piece of Whisper White Bakers Twine around  to finish it off

its your day2

Next I stamped some flowers onto scrap pieces of Mint Macron Cardstock from the Flower Shop Stamp set from Stampin’ Up! and punched them out using the coordinating Pansy Punch.  I love coordinating products and Stampin’ Up! make it so easy for us, right now you can order both the Flower Shop stamp set and the coordinating Pansy Punch with 15% discount when you order these two items as a bundle.

its your day3

Now to assemble my card, I randomly added my punched out flowers to my card base.  Applied Stampin’ Dimentionals to my Greeting panel and centered that onto my cardbase leaving some punched flowers to peak through around the sides.  Every card needs a bit of bling…I’ve scatted a few rhinestones to finish it off.

Its Your Birthday

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Quick order links for Supplies 

Thank you so much for joining me for today’s paper crafts idea on making a birthday card. Be sure to check back for more ideas!

Celebrate

My favourite celebration is a Birthday Celebration, because no matter who you are, or where you are in the world everyone has a birthday.  Everyone has  a special day to celebrate.  That special day today is a good friend of mine who is turning the BIG 40.  

40 birthday

 

I created my card base using Whisper White Thick Cardstock.  I then added a strip of Gold Vellum from the Vellum Stack from the Holiday Catalogue.  I stamped the 40 in versamark ink and heat embossed with Gold Embossing Powder.  Cut the 40 out using my Big Shot and Circle Framelit dies and popped that up using Stampin' Dimentionals.  To finish the card I've added some bling using some Gold sequence trim and Basic Rhinestones.

Hope you enjoyed my card today

Product List

 

Morning Post Numbers Clear-Mount Stamp Set

Morning Post Numbers Clear-Mount Stamp Set
[131841]

Heat Tool

[129056]
$50.00

Big Shot

[113439]
$169.00