Stampin’Up! Coffee Cafe Mini treat bag video tutorial
I made this Stampin’Up! Coffee Cafe Mini treat bag video tutorial for my 3D swap for Thailand with Stampin’Up! What an amazing experience! Be sure to check out my CreatingForGrace demo FB page for some photos I shared.
I started with the mini treat framelit bag cut in Early Espresso paper and assembled using the Tear & Tape adhesive. This is stronger and holds together 3D items very well. The white cardstock is cut at 2″ x 4″ and stamped using the Timeless Texture stamp set.
Next stamp the cup and lid and use the Coffee Cafe framelits to cut them out. Add the green mini chevron ribbon and attach the stamped white cardstock. Pop up the coffee cup with dimensionals and attach. Use a glue dot and some linen thread to attach the corrugated elements tag.
This Stampin’Up! Label Me Pretty Powder Pink card is a very Clean and Simple card. Quick and easy, and I show an easy way to make sure your pretty ribbon from a double strand knot stays on tops where it shows pretty!
Start with an A2 cardbase in Powder Pink cut at 11″ x 4.25″. Score and fold at 5.5″. The Very Vanilla layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″ and embossed using the Cable Knit textured impressions embossing folder.
Stamp the sentiment and punch using the Pretty Label punch, punch another out of Powder Pink cardstock. Cut the pink one in half and use to border the sentiment. Pop up using dimensionals.
There’s a simple trick to keep decorative ribbon laying flat on top when making a double strand knot, see the video below!
I had fun making this Stampin’Up! Crafting Forever Gate fold card. Since I really enjoy coloring, and things with depth and dimension, and moving parts… LOL… so the gate fold card was so fun for me to make a card tutorial on. Start with a base of 8.5″ x 5.5″, score and fold 2 1/8″ in from EACH END. the panels on the front are 5.25″ x 1 7/8″. Although I used our Stampin Up watercolor pencils, I did not blend, I just simply shaded using ONLY the pencils. Easy!
My fun Coffee Cafe Thank you card was one of the swaps I made for our group. This whole Stampin’Up! suite of products is amazing! Being in the Seattle area, home of Starbucks, I can’t wait to play more with this set!
For this card start with a thick white A2 cardstock base cut at 8.5″ x 5.5″. Score and fold in half at 4.25″. The Early Espresso cardstock layer was cut at 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″ and the Old Olive layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″. Emboss this layer with the seaside embossing folder.
Use the circle diecuts to create the focal point and the rings! Stamp and assemble the pieces for the coffee cup and thank you tag. Remember to make your envelope pretty!
This Stampin’Up! Tranquil Tide Enjoy Today card was another from the Eastern Palace series of cards. We always do 5 cards at the live event and then I have been including another 5 projects exclusively available on the PDF instruction sheet.
I started with an A2 landscape card base cut at 5.5″ x 8.5″. Score and fold at 4.25″. I cut about a 2″ width of the Gold and Cream DSP. Just fussy cut along the bottom scallop and use the Tranquil Tide ribbon around the top.
Stamp and die cut the Medallion then add the gold sticker. Stamp the sentiment and die cut the circle. layer this on the medallion. Voila! Just add the Tassel and the knot, easy!
Remember to make your envelope pretty it adds such a great touch!
This Stampin’Up! Square Framelits Thank you card gave me an excuse to pull out and use my oft forgotten square thinlits! I did a series recently using the Eastern Beauty Medallion Bundle and had a blast creating!
This card is landscape orientation with a base cut at 5.5″ x 8.5″ then scored and folded at 4.25″. The DSP layer is cut at 4″ x 5.25″ Stamp the Thank Youon the stitched square framelit. I love the stitched framelits!
The two longer DSP strip are 1/2″ width and the gold glimmer paper is 1/4″. Use a length of gold thread to attach the tassel (using a glue dot) and attach the Fresh Fig knot with another glue dot.