Creating a Simple Birthday Card Using the Frames & Florals Designer Series Paper

Today we're Creating a Simple Birthday Card Using the Frames & Florals Designer Series Paper. Tuesday we designed a Get Well Card using this set of paper & dies...if you missed it check it out here Click here to see Tuesday's card.

As we mentioned Tuesday--this is a super set of papers & die cuts to quickly and easily create multiple cards because everything coordinates in color and in imagery. In case you missed it..here's the photo of the combo.

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This is today's creation...

Arch

with a bit closer look...

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For today's creation we began with a layer of the lagoon designer paper...we bordered it with a slim layer of Pretty Peacock to define the edges a bit. Then we layered this unit on a Thick Basic White card base.

We nabbed the greenery arch die cut and positioned it to the left of center. Then layered on the 'happy birthday' die cut from Lemon Lime Twist cardstock. This awesome greeting is from the Wanted to Say Dies.

Then to accessorize we added a Pretty Peacock & Gold Bow to the center of the greenery arch and 3 large Pretty Peacock sequins (Sequin Trio) which gave a bit of shine to the right side of the card.

Using this designer paper and die cuts takes all the guesswork out of designing and leaves you plenty of time to design some more!!

I'll give you step by step directions for today's project below followed by the supply list.

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*Click into my Youtube Stamp & Go every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month @ 7PM--(or anytime after to catch the video)--you'll learn to create 3 fun cards  in a FREE card class, find out how to obtain free card kit & have immediate access to the materials & supply list...click here to check out earlier videos too Sandi's YouTube Channel

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Directions:

1. Cut Thick Basic White cardstock 8 1/2 X 5 1/2, score long side at 4 1/4 (card base).

2. Cut Pretty Peacock cardstock 3 7/8 X 5 1/8; adhere this layer to the card front.

3. Cut designer paper (Lagoon sheet from Frames & Florals Designer Series Paper) 3 3/4 X 5; adhere this designer paper to the Peacock layer.

4. Adhere the greenery arch die cut to the left side of the card--see sample for placement.

5. Die cut 'happy birthday' from Lemon Lime Twist cardstock. Adhere to card center in the middle of the greenery arch--see sample for placement.

6. Cut approximately 7" of Pretty Peacock & Gold ribbon & tie in bow; adhere to center of arch with a glue dot.

7. Adhere 3 large Pretty Peacock sequins (Sequin Trio)...see sample for placement.

Your card is ready for sending!

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Simple Beautiful Get Well Card Design with Frames & Florals Designer Series Paper

Today we're creating a Simple Beautiful Get Well Card Design with Frames & Florals Designer Series Paper. This set of paper and die cuts provide an unlimited number of beautiful cards or memory pages. The most wonderful advantage of using this set is that the designs & colors are totally c0ordinated...no guessing does this go with that...it does!

The pack comes with 3 sheets of designer paper and 3 sheets of die cuts.

Here's a snapshot of the package.....

Screenshot 2024-07-05 142444Here's our card for today...

Feel better

Here's a bit closer look...

Feel better cu

 

We made the first selection was the 3 3/4 X 5 die cut floral layer--then we just added a slight border of Petal pink cardstock to give it a finished edge.  This unit was then layered on the card base of Lost Lagoon cardstock.  That was pretty enough to stop right there.

Then we worked on the focal point. The Feel Better Soon was die cut using the Wanted to Say die set (it's one of my favorites). This was layered on a die cut of Lost Lagoon using the Nested Essential Layers dies.

It was all topped off with one of the small die cut flowers that coordinated with the flowers in the designer paper die cut and 3 small Petal Pink foil dots (Petal Pink & Pretty Peacock Foiled Gems). These gems were just made for this designer paper pack. We popped up this unit with dimensionals in the middle of our card.

I'll give you step by step directions for today's project below followed by the supply list.

Stop by Thursday  to see what we're creating with this set!

Remember:

*Click into my Youtube Stamp & Go every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month @ 7PM--(or anytime after to catch the video)--you'll learn to create 3 fun cards  in a FREE card class, find out how to obtain free card kit & have immediate access to the materials & supply list...click here to check out earlier videos too Sandi's YouTube Channel

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Directions:

1. Cut Lost Lagoon cardstock 8 1/2 X 5 1/2, score long side at 4 1/4 (card base).

2. Cut Petal Pink CS 3 7/8 X 5 1/8; adhere to card front.

3. Adhere the floral die cut (3 3/4 X 5) to the Petal Pink layer.

4. Die cut Feel Better Soon (Wanted to Say Dies) from the Petal Pink Glimmer paper (Three Color Glimmer paper)

5. Die cut the underlayer (Nested Essentials Dies) from Lost Lagoon cardstock; adhere the Feel Better die cut. Adhere this unit to center of card front using dimensionals.

6. Adhere one small flower die cut (Frames & Florals DSP) (see photo) and adhere 3 small Petal Pink Foiled Gems under the "soon."

Your card is ready for sending!

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Sweet & Simple DIY Card with Sentimental Park Stamps & Dies with Country Lace Paper

We are creating a Sweet & Simple DIY Card with Sentimental Park Stamp & Dies with Country Lace Paper. On Tuesday we created a Thank You card with this complement of stamps, dies and paper. If you missed it check it out here Clcik here to See Tuesday's Card.

This is the Sentimental Stamp set & dies

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Screenshot 2024-06-27 161224This is our card today...

Horizontal

and a closer peek...

Horizontal cuWe chose to use one of the eyelet designs in Misty Moonlight for this card (this was one that we also used on Tuesday's card. We cut a rectangle and then cut it diagonally into 2 identical pieces.

These were layered over Misty Moonlight cardstock on a white card base. By splitting the DSP we can use a smaller piece that if we covered the entire card front with it. Additionally, this provides tons of interest by leaving a lovely swath of Misty diagonally across the card center.

The white die cut is to "die for" since it's all one wonderful piece --the label area is large enough to contain many of the greetings in this set and is bounded by tons of tiny white flowers to give you an entire complementary garden. We simply added  small navy flowers to spice it up a bit along with the rhinestone jewels which gave us tremendous sparkle.

I'll give you step by step directions for today's project below followed by the supply list.

Stop by next week to see what we're creating!

Remember:

*Click into my Youtube Stamp & Go every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month @ 7PM--(or anytime after to catch the video)--you'll learn to create 3 fun cards  in a FREE card class, find out how to obtain free card kit & have immediate access to the materials & supply list...click here to check out earlier videos too Sandi's YouTube Channel

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Directions:

1. Cut Thick Basic White cardstock 8 1/2 X 5 1/2, score long side at 5 1/2 (card base).

2. Cut Misty Moonlight cardstock 4 X 5 1/4; adhere to card front.

3. Cut designer paper (Country Lace) 3 X 4 3/4, cut diagonally and adhere to card front (see sample).

4. Die cut the flowered label from Basic White Cardstock; stamp "thinking of" and "YOU" in Night of Navy Ink in center; adhere to center of card.

5. Die cut 1 large and 2 small (in a single die) from Navy cardstock; adhere to label (see sample); adhere 3 small rhinestones to their centers.

6. Adhere 3 large rhinestones around the greeting (see sample for placement).

Your card is ready for sending!

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Quick & Sweet Card Using Sentimental Park Stamps & Dies

Today we're creating a Quick & Sweet Card Using Sentimental Park Stamps & Dies.  We've had this little beauty of a stamp set for a bit of time & sometimes it's fun to nab one of these and pair it with something new like our new Country Lace Designer Series Paper.

This is the Sentimental Park stamp set & dies

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This is the Country Lace DSP

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And here's today's card

Vertical

with a bit closer look

Vertical cuWhat a lovely pairing! The Country Lace DSP has several designs that coordinate well together--so we selected 2 in a Misty Moonlight & white configuration. Leaving a strip of white under layer showing between the 2 designs leaves us space to stamp our greeting and add a couple of jewels to spice up the middle of the card

Using a stem die cut from Shaded Spruce we selected Night of Navy as our flower hue---it's darker than the Misty and also contrasts well with the white center layer.  

We added tons of sparkle by using the large and medium Basic Jewel Rhinestones as the flower centers.

What a simple design but what an awesome combo--something old and something new!

I'll give you step by step directions for today's project below followed by the supply list.

Stop by Thursday  to see what we're creating with this set!

Remember:

*Click into my Youtube Stamp & Go every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month @ 7PM--(or anytime after to catch the video)--you'll learn to create 3 fun cards  in a FREE card class, find out how to obtain free card kit & have immediate access to the materials & supply list...click here to check out earlier videos too Sandi's YouTube Channel

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Directions:

1. Cut Night of Navy cardstock 4 1/4 X 11, score long side at 5 1/2 (card base).

2. Cut Basic White cardstock 4 X 5 1/4; adhere to card front.

3. Cut 2 pieces designer paper (Country Lace) 2 X 3 7/8; adhere one to the top of the white and one at the bottom leaving approximately 1/16" of white showing

4. Stamp verse in Night of Navy ink on right side of center in the white space.

5. Die cut leaf stem from Shaded Spruce; adhere to left of card

6. Die cut 1 large and 3 small flowers from Night of Navy cardstock; adhere these to green stem using mini dimensionals. Adhere large rhinestone to large flower center and medium rhinestones to the small flower centers.

7. Adhere 3 small rhinestones in a vertical column to the right of the verse.

Your card is ready for sending!

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