Take a look at these new products from the 2018-2019 Stampin' Up! catalog in the Delightfully Detailed suite!
Today I am featuring the beautiful Delightfully Detailed laser-cut paper, the preprinted note cards, the polka dot tulle ribbon and the Share What You Love designer paper!
For the card above, I used the piece of Delightfully Detailed Laser-cut paper shown in the lower left corner below. I adhered it with Multipurpose Liquid Glue to the Delightfully Detailed preprinted card front.
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I also added some new Polka Dot Tulle ribbon to the card after placing the card front onto a folded Blackberry Bliss card base. The little flowers are fussy cut from the Share What You Love designer paper pack and added to the card with dimensionals. I stamped the thinking of you greeting using Memento Black ink onto a stitched shape framelit die cut, using the Rooted in Nature set.
Please watch the VIDEO BELOW for more info about the Delightfully Detailed Suite!
I wanted to figure out a way to REALLY get to know ALL of the new Stampin' UP! colors.. so I started by looking at each color group in the rainbow and making the cards below!
I used all of the colors minus the neutral grays, tans, browns and black.
I hope you find this look at the Stampin' Up! "color rainbow" helpful!
Step 1: Buy the assortment packs of cardstock from each color family (available 6/1/18 to customers)
Step 2: Cut all packs in 1/2 for card bases, and cut the other halves into 1/4 sheets.
Step 3: Check out which colors seem to be in the same "rainbow" color groups. Make piles.
Step 4: Create cards with all of the Stampin' UP! colors in "rainbow order" using the Painted Glass stamp set (rainbow), Love What You Do set (greeting), Rooted in Nature set (leaf and branch), White Polka Dot Tulle ribbon, and the stitched shape framelits and Layering Oval Framelits.
For this exercise, I wanted to see how each of the color groups worked together within their own color group.
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Below: Stampin' Up! shades of red: Lovely Lipstick, Poppy Parade, Real Red, Cherry Cobbler and Merry Merlot. I found that Merry Merlot could either go with the reds or with the deeper purples or the vibrant pinks like Berry Burst.
Below: Stampin' Up! shades of orange: Pumpkin Pie, Grapefruit Grove, Calypso Coral and Cajun Craze
Below: Stampin' Up! shades of Yellow: Crushed Curry, Daffodil Delight, Mango Melody, So Saffron and Pineapple Punch
Below: Stampin' Up! light/bright yellow/greens: Call Me Clover, Granny Apple Green, and Lemon Lime Twist
Below: Stampin' UP! mossy/dark greens: Garden Green, Mossy Meadow, Old Olive and Pear Pizzaz
Bel0w: Stampin' Up! blue/greens: Tranquil Tide, Shaded Spruce, Mint Macaron, and Soft Sea Foam
Below: Stampin' UP! shades of dark blue: Night of Navy, Pacific Point and Blueberry Bushel
Below: Stampin' UP! shades of light blue: Bermuda Bay, Coastal Cabana, Balmy Blue and Pool Party
Below: Stampin' UP! shades of pink: Powder Pink, Petal Pink, Blushing Bride and Flirty Flamingo
Below: Stampin' UP! Shades of Purple: Blackberry Bliss, Fresh Fig, Gorgeous Grape, and Highland Heather
Below: Stampin' Up! shades of pink:Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry and Berry Burst (see note above.. Merry Merlot could go with this group, too)
Can you Guess what I am really excited about?? In the new 2018-2019 Stampin' Up! catalog, we will be able to purchase large note cards with envelopes, sized perfectly for the 4x6 Memories & More cards!!! yay! (find them on pg 194)
So why might this be so exciting? I have been wanting to use the beautiful detailed die cut image (below, from the Petal Passion Memories & More card pack), but there is just no way to cut it down and keep the entire image on a regular size card! But since I was able to preorder these 4x6 cards as part of my demonstrator preorder earlier this month, I am excited to be able to create a card with this die cut!
Above: I cut a piece of the Petal Garden 6x6 designer paper down to 4x6 with my Stampin' Trimmer, and then just used my fine tip glue pen and my silicone craft sheet, to add glue to the detailed die cut and put it right on top of the 4x6 designer paper! Isn't it so pretty!? Then, it fits perfectly onto the new large note card!!
How simple! How beautiful! How quick and easy! yay!
As you can see, the Large cards are sized to provide a border around the 4x6 card, and then they fit right into the envelopes in the pack!!