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 Dragonfly Dreams Gold Embossed card was from one of our weekly color challenges. It was quite a mix of colors and the gold just called out for heat embossing! The Dragonfly Dreams stamp set was a great way to get my colors in!
Simply start with a Very vanilla thick cardstock cut for an A2 card, finished size 5.5″ x 4.25″. The Old Olive layer is cut at 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″. and the inside very vanilla layer is cut at 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″. Emboss the top of the card using the Hexagon emboss folder. The inner Old Olive layer is 3.5″ square. And the inner heat embossed Vanilla layer is 3 3/8″ square.
See the video tutorial below for details on heat embossing, and remember to make your envelope pretty!
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.
Stampin’Up! Carols of Christmas & Card Front Builder
Here’s the Stampin’Up! Carols of Christmas & Card Front Builder card. I love the simplicity of this card and what’s better than Christmas in July?
Launch Date: August 1, 2017 Customers can use any earned Bonus Days coupons to purchase the Carols of Christmas items. Bundle and individual items will be available in the 2017 holiday catalog. In case of backorder, stamp set and Thinlits may ship separately.
Carols of Christmas Bundle Save 10% when you buy the stamp set and Thinlits bundled together! You may also buy each item singly.
ITEM DESCRIPTION USD CAD
146036 Carols of Christmas Bundle (wood-mount) $52.00 $69.25
146037 Carols of Christmas Bundle (clear-mount) $45.00 $59.25
146038 Lot Cantiques de Noël Bundle (French; clear-mount) $45.00 $59.25
144674 Card Front Builder Thinlits Dies $30.00 $40.00
144801 Carols of Christmas Stamp Set (wood-mount) $28.00 $37.00
144804 Carols of Christmas Stamp Set (clear-mount) $20.00 $26.00
145028 Cantiques de Noël Stamp Set (French; clear-mount) $20.00 $26.00
This card is super easy! Start with a Soft Suede cardstock base cut at 5.5″ x 8.5″. Score and fold in half at 4.25″. The crushed curry layer is cut at 4.1/8″ x 5 3/8″. And the die cut whisper white layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″. The soft suede smaller layer is cut at 4.25″ x 2 7/8″ and the top whisper white stamped layer is cut at 4 1/8″ x 2 5/8″.
Stamp the focal sentiment and ornaments in soft suede and assemble all the layers. Stamp the ornaments again in Crushed curry and cut out with the coordinating framelits, pop up with the mini dimensionals. Attach the gold metallic edge ribbon, the gold metallic thread bows, and the rhinestones. Remember to make your envelope pretty!
For my Stampin’Up! Eastern Beauty Bundle Flower card I started with a piece of thick white cardstock cut at 4.25″ x 11″. Score and fold at 5.5″. I cut the DSP at 5.5″ x 4.25″ and covered the whole front.
Next I stamped 4 flowers from the medallion stamp set and cut them out using the framelits. I also used the Everyday Jars framelits to cut the stems. Use a 1/2″ circle punch for the center of the flowers and a regular hole punch for the small centers.
Stamp the sentiment and attach the bow. Remember to make your envelope pretty!
I absolutely love this Stampin’Up! Bunch of Blossoms Falling leaves card, it’s just one of those that makes my heart happy!
Start with a Mint Macaron cardstock cut at 11″ x 4.25″. Score and fold at 5.5″ to create a portrait card. Cut the Very Vanilla layer at 5.25″ x 4″. Stamp your leaves onto this layer. I like to start with the lightest color in triple step stamping. For the single leaves in between I used the two lightest colors and stamped off first! See the video tutorial below!
Once the stamping is done wrap the vanilla ribbon around and attach to the base. Stamp the sentiment onto Very Vanilla and punch out. Punch out another piece in Mint and cut that one in half lengthwise to create a frame. Pop up and add a knot. Remember, make the envelope pretty!
This Coffee Cafe Soft Sky Iced Mocha card was super fun to make because this drink is my creative fuel of choice in the mornings! I absolutely love the Coffee Break Designer Series Paper!
To make this card start with a Soft Sky Cardstock cut at 11″ x 4.25″, score and fold at 5.5″. The embossed layer is 5.25″ x 4″. The DSP layer is 3″ x 4.25″. and the inner white layer is 2.25″ x 3.75″. Stamp and Die cut the pieces using the coordinating Coffee Cafe Bundle. Then, simply assemble as shown in the video.