If you are wondering how to attach your die cuts or stamped images to the new Bird Ballad Laser Cut Cards, I have a Video Tutorial with Tips to share with you today!!
I truly love these cards, and wanted to share all my tips with you!! I started by fussy cutting the roses and hummingbirds out of the Mosaic Mood designer paper, and then stamped a die cut from the Wild Rose dies with a sentiment from the To a Wild Rose stamp set. I simply layered these pieces together and placed a punched circle on the back site… that’s the secret tip!!!! These are SO EASY! Be sure to WATCH THE VIDEO below to see how easily these cards go together!
Simply use your Paper Snips to cut out the roses, butterflies or hummingbirds you wish to use on your cards.
Whether you orient the card vertical or horizontal, my tip with the circle punch on the back of the laser cut cardfront works just great!! Be sure to watch the video to find out how easy these cards are to make!
The new Magnolia 3D embossing folder from Stampin’ Up! is amazing and very versatile!! Today I am sharing 3 ideas for the Magnolia Embossing folder with you and I hope you enjoy them!
Magnolia Embossing Folder Idea #1
Emboss any cardstock color of your choice (I used Purple Posy), then sponge ink of a contrasting color onto the petals (I used Highland Heather ink). Next, add Wink of Stella. Fussy Cut out the 2 flowers and add them to a card with Stampin’ Dimensionals! Sponge some green ink on the embossed leaves and add stamped greeting.
Emboss Whisper White cardstock with the Magnolia folder, then LIGHTLY add some color with colored pencils. Fussy Cut out the 2 flowers and add them to a card with Stampin’ Dimensionals!
Magnolia Embossing Folder idea #3:
Emboss a 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece of cardstock with the Magnolia Embossing Folder (I used Petal Pink) and add the same color ink with a Sponge Dauber. Layer onto the same color cardstock base and tie up with Petal Pink Ribbon. Add greeting.
TIP: You will find it handy to have the new embossing plate for this 3D embossing folder. Find it HERE.
What will YOU do with the Magnolia Embossing Folder?
When I received my copy of the 2019 Annual Stampin’ Up! catalog last April at the OnStage event in San Antonio, I knew immediately that the Beautiful Friendship set would be one of my VERY FAVORITE stamp sets in the catalog! I love the floral images and the watercolor look you can achieve just by stamping them!! I also think it’s a hidden gem in the catalog, because I’ve heard a lot of demonstrators and customers say they didn’t even notice it at first! It’s on page 123 in the catalog, or #149252 here in my online store.
I saw this note card idea on Instagram by creativejuicebyloni and I knew I needed to try this idea!! The 3-1/2″ x 5″ Thick Whisper White note cards are the perfect size to use for these simple single layer cards!! I think they MIGHT qualify for #simplestamping
It is probably really difficult to see in the photos, but I used a Wink of Stella pen on each flower and they are SO pretty in person!
I really wanted to keep this color palette simple, and selected Mango Melody, Poppy Parade, Granny Apple Green and Black ink.
I die cut the Stitched Rectangles dies for my sentiment, which covers up where the 2 large rose images meet, and stamped “Let’s Celebrate” and “So Very Thankful” on them in Memento Black ink. These sentiments are from the “For the Love of Felt” stamp set, pg 201 or #149507 here in my online Stampin’ UP! Store.
I’m sure you can imagine unlimited possibilities with color combos for this card design, let me know which colors you plan to use!
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How cute is this walrus from the new Stampin’ Up! We’ll Walrus be Friends stamp set!? I received this card at our recent Luv 2 Stamp Group demonstrator team event from Kurstan del Rosario.
Kurstan used the High Seas embossing folder for the background, and punched 3 holes in the embossed panel. The cute Walrus and fishies peek through the 3 holes!! She stamped each one with Memento black ink and colored them with Stampin’ Blends markers.
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