Welcome to our June Paper Crafting Blog Hop featuring Happy Birthday themed cards. This hop features a group of talented Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from all over the globe. There are demonstrators from the USA, United Kingdom and Australia participating. We have a wide array of fun projects and design styles to share with you for our theme this month so be sure to stop at each of our blogs. You may have arrived from Krissi's blog. She always has great projects!
Just Sayin' Happy Birthday
This card may not look it, but it was very easy to create. Just some layers, a couple of die cuts, ribbon and one "Happy Birthday" stamp. All items are part of the FINE ART FLORAL Suite which is available as a suite through June 30, 2021 or while supplies last.
The good news is the ART GALLERY stamp set, the FLORAL GALLERY dies and the FINE ART ribbon (I love the gold threads in the ribbon) have carried over and are available to order in the 2021-2022 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog.
The sad news is that the FINE ART designer series paper (DSP) and the GOLDEN GARDEN designer specialty acetate will retire after June 30, 2021.
The way that the design of the GOLDEN GARDEN acetate perfectly overlays this pattern of the FINE ART FLORAL DSP, makes for a gorgeous background for this card!
And be sure to remove the clear film from the silver side of the acetate.
The Foam Adhesive Sheets give a wonderful dimesional lift to the die cut words from the FLORAL GALLERY dies.
Remove one of the sticky sides and adhere cardstock cut to size. Then run through the Stampin' Cut & Emboss die cutting machine. (You may have to run through a couple of times to go through the foam and cardstock). Then just peel off from the backing and you will have another sticky side to adhere the die cut sentiment to the front of the card.
I hope you like this card as much as I like sharing it with you.
Check the end of this post to see all of the colors and items used.
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Thanks for hopping with us this month! Now click on the "Next Blog" image to zoom to Sandy's blog to see another fabulous project.
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Here are the items used to make the card shown above:
154557 GOLDEN GARDEN Designer Specialty Acetate
154558 FINE ART FLORAL DSP
156227 ART GALLERY Bundle
154421 ART GALLERY stamp set
154316 FLORAL GALLERY Dies
154561 FINE ART Ribbon
105118 SO SAFFRON Cardstock
119793 POPPY PARADE Cardstock
146985 PETAL PINK Cardstock
159276 BASIC WHITE Cardstock
133676 MOSSY MEADOW Cardstock
147111 MOSSY MEADOW Ink Pad
152334 FOAM ADHESIVE SHEETS
---------> 144108 MINI STAMPIN' DIMENSIONALS
152813 STAMPIN' SEAL
149653 STAMPIN' CUT & EMBOSS MACHINE
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Joy, such a bright and cheery card!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful card. I love our DSP too. TFSReplyDelete
The gold acetate really takes your card to another level. And I love the foam sheet for the greeting - so clever and effective. ANd I love the way the greeting hangs over the edge of the papers!ReplyDelete
I think you've nailed it Joy. Fantastic job of showcasing this gorgeous suite.ReplyDelete
Beautiful and colorful design!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card! I'm a fan of the foam adhesive sheets. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I agree with you, it is going to be sad to see the paper retire - it makes such beautiful cardsReplyDelete
Just beautiful! That's my favorite DSP from the mini. Thank you for the step-by-step graphic for the acetate!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Joy! It is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thanks for share your blog here .ReplyDelete
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