Whether you need an Easter card or a Spring card or a Baby Card, the Fable Friends stamp set has you covered! I created a Fable Friends Easter Card and a Spring Card using the cute bunny image I call Peter Rabbit 🙂
I stamped the bunny image from Fable Friends for the Spring Card onto a die cut label from the Stitched Labels framelit package #146828 with Memento black ink, then colored it with my Stampin’ Blends markers. The cute polka dot paper background is from the Tropical Escape 6×6 paper stack. Did you see that I also stamped it onto the same polkadot paper, and fussy cut out the little jacket to add back on to the bunny image!?
My Happy Spring card is finished off with a layer of Flirty Flamingo cardstock under the polkadot paper, and adhered onto a Whisper White Note Card. I also stamped the Happy Spring greeting in Flirty Flamingo onto a die cut label from the Lasting Lily Framelits. I finished off the card with a bow using the Petal Pink & Silver Baker’s Twine #146288.
I stamped a part of the bunny image onto the polka dot paper in the Tropical Escape 6×6 paper stack, then added some shading with the Flirty Flamingo Stampin’ Blends marker, then fussy cut it out with my Paper Snips.
My “Peter Rabbit” Easter card would be so cute in an Easter Basket for a little boy or girl! I stamped the bunny onto Whisper White cardstock, colored him with my Stampin’ Blends markers, then fussy cut him with my Paper Snips and added him with Stampin’ Dimensionals onto a Stitched Shape circle framelit.
Bitty Blooms Flowers & Leaves
I WAS going to keep this a “clean and simple” Easter card… but… alas… I decided to gussy it up with punched flowers and some Balmy Blue Gingham Gala paper 🙂
TIP: use a pencil eraser, dip it into an ink pad, stamp onto cardstock or printed designer paper, THEN punch out with the little Bitty Blooms flower punches #148532. I added them to my Easter card with Mini Glue Dots.
I pulled out a scrap of Mint Macaron cardstock to punch out the little leaves for my bitty blooms flowers, and noticed that there was a little bit of left over Buffalo Check stamped image on the edge of the cardstock.. so… Happy Accident.. I just used that to my advantage and punched the little leaves out of it!! 🙂
I stamped both of the bunny images with Memento Black ink and colored them with my Stampin’ Blends markers. All of the markers used are shown at the bottom of this post with the shopping links. Just click on any product photo to go to that item in my online Stampin’ UP! store to make your purchase.
Find the Fable Friends stamp set on page 30 in the 2019 Occasions Stampin’ UP! catalog, or HERE online.
I stamped Easter Greetings in Balmy Blue ink to match the Gingham Gala patterned paper. The tag is from the Detailed Birthday Edgelit dies, and is finished off with a little Pool Party / Silver Baker’s Twine.
Watch my free video tutorial today to see these color combo ideas for stamping the Stampin' Up! Painted Harvest sunflower stamps, as well as a couple bonus tips!
Please enjoy my VIDEO below featuring 3 tipsfor stamping the sunflower from the Painted Harvest stamp set!
If you are viewing this in an email, click HERE to watch the video.
After you've watched the video above, you'll see how I stamped these 3 different color combos for the Sunflower image in the Stampin' UP! Painted Harvest stamp set.
What's your preference?
The side fold card below features Stampin' UP! Thick Whisper White cardstock cut at 4-1/4×11 and folded in 1/2. I layered a piece of 4"x5-1/4" Basic Black cardstock on top of the folded card, then a piece of the fall patterned paper from the Painted Autumn designer series paper pack on that. Over the patterned paper I've added the die cut Old Olive Scalloped Layering Square with a Whisper White Stitched Shape square and the "kindness" greeting from the Painted Harvest stamp set stamped in Archival Black ink.
I stamped the sunflowers in Daffodil Delight and Crushed Curry ink (per the video above) then added clear Wink of Stella to give them some glimmer!! The leaves are stamped in Pear Pizzazz ink on Whisper White cardstock and punched out with the new Leaf Punch. Save 10% when you purchase the Painted Harvest stamp set and Leaf punch in a bundle!! #146021
The sweet note card below is stamped on a thick Very Vanilla note card (they come with matching envelopes!) and all I added was a strip of designer paper from the Painted Autumn designer series paper pack and some Mini Chevron Crushed Curry Ribbon. Sweet and simple!
I hope you are enjoying my series of Holiday Catalog product review videos!
Click HERE for more info and to download your Holiday Catalog Tic Tac Toe sheet!
Reminder: Painted Harvest bundle and Painted Autumn paper available in the Holiday catalog, Sept,. 1, 2017
Yesterday I shared the card below in my blog post, and today I have a quick video tutorial for you so that you can make your own Cotton Paper flowers using your Stampin' Up! crafting supplies! SEE THE VIDEO below this photo for instructions!
Check out this amazing cotton paper on pg 148 in the 2015-2016 Stampin' Up! catalog, or buy it here online. You can also purchase the other items shown in the video by clicking on any of the product photos at the bottom of this post.
I'll tell you how blessed I am .. my friend Cindee is so sweet and amazing and she made this Berry Basket for me – just because! It wasn't even any special occasion!! This beautiful gift came complete with a gorgeous die cut flower and beautiful Violet plant!!!
Cindee found an awesome way to make this Berry Basket stronger than just die cutting it with the Painted Blooms paper… you'll love her quick and easy idea using the Coaster Board sheets from Stampin' Up! in the Big Shot! watch her video here! View her video for the flower here!
Thank you Cindee.. you are such an amazing friend and awesomely talented crafter!
You will find the fabulous Stampin' UP! products to make this project in the
Occasions catalog, available through June 2, 2015.
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