The baby, kids & teens handmade cards category is super fun! The style ranges from soft and pretty pastels to bold bright colors and geometric shapes! In addition to the obvious, all baby shower, expecting moms, and age appropriate birthday cards are found here. Since there are quite a few Stampin’Up! stamp sets and co-ordinating framelits that make creating these cards super easy! Because teddy bears, dinosaurs, cats and dogs are all part of the Stampin’Up! selection, finding the perfect creative element is simple. There are also a lot of Designer Series Paper options that pair well with this category.
Had so much fun making this Stampin’ Up! Cool Treats Waterfall Card. Fun bold summer colors in a waterfall card? Yes please! This technique came up in conversation at our last Stamp Club meeting, and I had requests to teach the technique again. Loving the Cool Treats stamp set for this motion card!
Here is the motion picture:
Start with an A2 card base. Some people only use the card front, but I actually like the full card to write in! However it’s nice to know your options!
The Melon Mambo layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″. And the Lemon Lime Twist strip is cut at 1″ x 4.25″. Next the white pull strip is cut at 2 1/4″ x 9″. Score at 2″, 2.75″, 3.5″, and 4.25″. The Melon Mambo mats are 2.25″ square, and the white stamped layers are 2″ square. See the tutorial below for full assembly.
How cute is this Stampin’Up! Cool Treats Sweet & Frozen Treats Framelits card? Pop it up, layer the paper, swirl the color, have some fun!
This was one of my color challenge creations and it uses colors outside my comfort box… lol… So this was a good experience for me!
Start with a base card in Whisper White cut at 8.5″ x 5.5″. Score and fold at 4.25″. The next Sweet Sugarplum layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″. The Perfect Plum layer is cut at 4.25″ x 2.75″, and the whisper White layer is cut at 4″ x 2.5″.
Die cut your pieces from white paper and sponge the colors on, including the crumb cake color onto the bowl.
This Stampin’Up! Mixed Drink Milkshake card is such a fun looking card and just right for the young or young at heart!
At first glance you would think that the mixed drinks stamp set is not for kids… lol… Well not entirely true! While this is a great stamp set for parties, masculine cards, celebrations, etc… this also has stamps for milkshakes, lemonade, root beer ( just use your imagination!)
Start with an A2 card base in Whisper White cut at 8.5″ x 5.5″ score and fold at 4.25″ The Real Red layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″. and a second layer of whisper white cut at 5″ x 3.75″ is embossed using the Large Polka Dot folder.
I stamped the outines in black Momento ink and then filled with color. Stamp the sentiment on the bottom half of a decorative label punch and Remember to make your envelope pretty!
I had fun making this Stampin’Up! All Star Champ Birthday boy card for a series of classes we did using the Urban Underground paper set and embellishments.
The three layers of paper are Whisper White 5.5″ x 8.5, scored at 4.25″, the second layer is basic black 5.25″ x 4″, and then the DSP layer at 5″ x 3.75″. The large circle is a framelit cut at 2.25″ and the two smaller circles are 1″ circle and 1.25″ circle punches.
Stamp the sentiment in Real Red ink and flag the ends. Layer this on a Real Red cardstock strip and flag the ends. Remember to stamp the envelope!
This super fun Stampin’Up! Colorful Tee Birthday girl card is so simple to make! A perfect card for a pre-teen daughter like mine 🙂
I had several tags made up from a previous project so I used them up ( this style is no longer available) however, I listed the currently available tag topper here! Its super cute!
Start with an 11″ x 4.25″ piece of Island Indigo cardstock. Score at 5.5″ and fold. The white layer is 5.25″ x 4″ and embossed with the Hexagon Dynamic embossing folder. Stamp and die cut the t shirt and lay it flat on the tag. Stamp the designs in multiple colors and then pop up the T shirt. Lightly run the Smokey slate ink pad over the embossed paper. I hand cut the DSP around the tag to give an extra pop of color! Remember to make your envelope pretty!
I loved making this fun Stampin’Up! Birthday Girl Tie Dyed card! It was so outside my normal style zone, but I knew it would be perfect for my daughter or one of her friends!
The stamp set uses a wonderful 3 step technique, however lining up the images using the photopolymer stamps is super easy and the layered colors are amazing!
First, I started with a standard card base in Daffodil Delight cardstock and cut the second layer of Whisper White cardstock at 5.25″ x 4″. Stamp the Tie Dyed images on the white and then attach to base. Stamp a T shirt and the Tie dyed hearts onto a piece of white and cut using the T- shirt builder framelits. Pop up over the black accent. Remember to make your envelope pretty!
The Stampin’Up! Balloon Adventures Balloon Pop-Up card is amazing! Easy to make any card 3D with the Balloon Pop-Up Thinlets!
Here’s a quick view of the front of this super fun card 🙂 I started with a Pacific Point A2 card base. The Whisper White layer is cut at 5″ x 7.5″, score at 3.75″ and use the guides on the framelit to center and cut using the prcision base plate. This framelit creates the side scores at the same time. Yay!!
Fold along the score lines as it would be if you were popping it out. Place adhesive along one side and adhere it to the base. Fold the popup and add adhesive to the other side, hold it down and close the front of the card.