Fresh Card Making Idea-Dryer Sheet Technique

On the waterfront dryer sheet Happy Celebrations Dryer Sheet
My January Fresh Card Making Idea will feature crafting with dryer sheets.

 Using dryer sheets in my crafting is one of my favorite stamping techniques.

And it is a great way to re-use and recycle.

Create a sparkly background or abstract backgrounds using dryer sheets.

Want to learn more?

The Dryer Sheet Technique tutorial will hit email in boxes on January 23.

Please be sure to sign up for my mailing list by 8:00 am on January 23 to receive this free tutorial, complete with step-by-step instructions and color photos.

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Petal Passion Meets Party Pandas

Party Pandas

It's Sale-A-Bration at Stampin' Up!

During Sale-A-Bration, for every $50 spent, you are able to choose a free exclusive item out of the Sale-A-Bration Catalog.

So, now is the perfect time to stock up on stamps, paper, inks, and accessories!

My favorite from the Sale-A-Bration is the cute stamp set, Party Pandas.

Party Pandas stamp set

These guys are too cute and will certainly bring a smile.

For this card, I paired the Party Pandas with the new black and white designer series paper, Petal Passion.

Here's How:

  1. Cut a piece of scrap card stock to measure 5 1/4" x 4".  Cut a piece of Petal Passion Designer Series Paper to the same size, 5 1/4" x 4".  Any of the designs in the paper stack will work, so just choose your favorite.  Attach the DSP to the card stock.
  2. Cut 2 circles out of the DSP using the Big Shot and Circles Framelits Dies.  Or use a circle punch.
  3. Cut 2 squares that are slightly larger than the circle cut outs.  Stamp the pandas  using Archival Black ink on to squares.  Color in the circles on the party hats using a Real Red Stampin' Write Marker.
  4. Apply Mini Dimensionals around the back side of the cut circles.  Peel off the backing and attach the stamped squares, lining up the pandas as desired. 
  5. Cut rings out of Real Red card stock using the Big Shot and 2 Circle Framelits Dies, one larger than the other.  Or use 2 circle punches, one larger than the other.  Attach rings around the circles.
  6. Attach card front to Basic Black card base.
  7. Stamp greeting on scrap piece of Whisper White card stock.  Mat to Basic Black card stock.  Banner cut one end and attach to the front of the card using Mini Dimensionals.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Party Pandas

Ink: Archival Black, Real Red Stampin' Write Marker

Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White, Real Red, Petal Passion Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Circle Framelits Dies, Mini Dimensionals

 

Happy Stampin'!

Petal Passion A Note for You

Petal Passions watercolor pencil flowers

Here's another quick and easy card created using the new Petal Passion Designer Series Paper from Stampin' Up!

This DSP is found in the 2018 Occasions Catalog.

The designs are in black and white.

Here is what the paper looked like originally:

Petal Passions Black and White flowers

I really like the simplicity of the black and white images.

But, in this case, I decided to add a little color to the design by using my watercolor pencils.

I think it's a nice touch, don't you?

 

Here's how:

  1. Cut a partial circle out of one of the Petal Passion designs using the Big Shot and Circles Framelits Dies.  A circle punch will work too.
  2. Attach partial circle to Whisper White card front.
  3. Stamp greeting from Eastern Beauty stamp set using Archival Black ink.
  4. Color flowers in using watercolor pencils.  Stampin' Write markers would work too.
  5. Attach to Basic Black card base.

Card measures: 3 3/4" x 3 1/2"

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Petal Passion Designer Series Paper

Petal Passions DSP

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Eastern Beauty

Ink: Archival Black

Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White, Petal Passion Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Circles Framelits Dies, watercolor pencils

Happy Stampin'!

Love Designer Series Paper?

Me too!

Have you checked out the new collection of Designer Series Paper found in Stampin' Up!'s Occasions Catalog?

If not, be sure to view the video below showcasing the new papers:

DSP in the Occasions Catalog

Which one is your favorite?

Mine is Petal Passion!

I love the simplicity of the black and white images.

Here's a clean and simple card I created using one of the designs in the paper stack.

I let the designer series paper do most of the work with this quick and easy card.

Petal Passions Black and White

Here's how:

  1. Cut a partial circle out of one of the Petal Passion designs using the Big Shot and Circles Framelits Dies.  A circle punch will work too.
  2. Attach partial circle to Whisper White card front.
  3. Stamp greeting from Eastern Beauty stamp set using Archival Black ink.
  4. Attach to Basic Black card base.

Card measures: 3" x 3 1/2"

Be sure to check out the full line of designer series paper from Stampin' Up!

And remember, it's Sale-A-Bration time.

For every $50 purchased, you'll earn an exclusive free item out of the Sale-A-Bration Catalog.

Now is the time to stock up!

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Eastern Beauty

Ink: Archival Black

Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White, Petal Passions Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Circles Framelits

 

Happy Stampin'!

Brusho Crystals Sampler-Sign Up to Receive my January Newsletter

Brusho samples January 2018

Take watercoloring to a new level with the Brusho Crystal Colours, found in the new 2018 Occasions Catalog from Stampin' Up!

Mix with water to make watercolor washes and designs.  Sprinkle directly on water-washed paper and watch the colors burst.

Ideas using the Brusho crystals will be featured in my January newsletter which will hit e mail inboxes on January 9.

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Don't miss out!

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Once the sign up form has been submitted, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial as my gift to you.

I hope to hear from you soon!

 

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Rock Concert-Happy 2018!

Rock concert

Happy 2018 to you!

I hope my "rock concert" painted rock will bring a smile.

Small pebbles and rocks were collected (half the fun!), painted, and wiggly eyes glued on to create a collection of concert-goers.

After painting a larger rock white, I glued on the individual pebbles and rocks.

I printed "rock concert" on a piece of tissue paper that was taped to a piece of copy paper.  After cutting the tissue paper down and away from the copy paper, I decoupaged it onto the front of the rock. 

To seal the rocks, I added a layer of decoupage.

To see more painted rocks, please visit my page HERE.

 

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More Painted Rocks Part 2!

So, I've said it before. 

I'm obsessed with painting rocks!

There is a big movement here in southern Colorado (and maybe in your area too.)

Find and paint rocks.

Leave them in public spaces for others to find.

They, in turn, take the rock and place them somewhere for someone else to find.

It's all designed to bring a smile.

And it does!

Click HERE to see more of my collection on painted rocks

The holidays have passed, and things have calmed down.

Time to paint more rocks!

Parrot rock 1

Parrot rock

This is probably one of my favorite rocks I painted and is definitely a keeper.

I let the shape of the rock determine what it would be.

After getting on Pinterest, I found a great idea to work from.

It took me awhile to get it right, but I really like it.

It currently sits on our heater next to my other favorite, the trout rock:

 

Parrot and trout rocks
 

 

Giraffe rock 1

 Giraffe rock

Again, the shape of the rock helped determine what would be painted on it.

This one just makes me smile.  I have determined that this is a keeper too.

Or, I might give it to my one-year-old granddaughter for her rock garden.

Santa Rocks

Santa rocks

I found an idea for these on Pinterest.  Mine didn't turn out as cute as the ones I saw online, but oh well.

I have the hardest time with painting eyes.  After several failed attempts, I ended up putting wiggly eyes on them.

So much easier than fighting it!

 

Pom pom snowmen

Pom pom snowmen rocks

Cute little snowmen wearing stocking caps.

Just in time for winter!

 

Man in Moon

Man in the Moon rock

The rock helped shape what would be painted on it.

Man in the Moon Rock

and finally, Man in the Moon and stars rock.

This is another one where the rock determined what it would be.  The upper ledge of the rock is crescent moon shaped, perfect for that man in the moon!

 I punched some stars out of designer paper using a small star punch and decoupaged them to the lower ledge of the rock.

This is a fairly large-sized and heavy rock.  I decided to keep this one, and it now has a place on our steps to the front porch. 

Dino and man in the moon 1

The dino and man on the moon help welcome visitors!

I hope this will provide inspiration for you to join the painted rock movement!

 

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

Christmas Blessings Glittery Woodland Embossing Folder

Glitter woodland embossing foldeer

Best Wishes for peace, health, and happiness!

Merry Christmas, Happy 2018!

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Christmas Pines, Sheltering Tree

Ink: Archival Black, White Craft

Paper: Basic Black, Smoky Slate, Vellum

Accessories:  Big Shot, Woodland Embossing Folder, Card Front Builder Thinlits Die, Multi-purpose glue, Dazzling Details, Silver Metallic Thread, Glue Dot, Mini Dimensionals, rhinestones

 

 

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Christmas Quilt Ornaments

Christmas Quilt Ornaments

Christmas in about here. 

Are you ready?  Do you have your Christmas cards done? 

Need a quick and simple Christmas card idea?

I'm here to help with this quick and easy Christmas card using punches and Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper (retiring on January 2).

Here's how:

  1. Start with a 5" x 3 3/4" piece of Whisper White card stock.  Punch circles out using 1 3/4" and 2" circle punches.
  2. Cut pieces of Christmas Quilt Designer Series Paper a little larger than the circles.  Apply SNAIL adhesive around the circles on the back side of the card stock.  Attach designer series paper.
  3. Cut ornament toppers out of red glimmer paper using the Big Shot and Quilt Builder Framelits Dies (also retiring).  Use the die that is used as the tree stand in the set.  Turn it over, and it becomes an ornament topper!
  4. Attach various colors of baker's twine at the top of each ornament.  Bring the twine to the top of the card front, wrap around to the back and secure using SNAIL adhesive.
  5. Attach the ornament toppers using  Glue Dots.
  6. Tie bows out of the baker's twine and attach using  Glue Dots.
  7. Attach to Real Red mat.  Attach to Blushing Bride card base.
  8. Stamp greeting from Christmas Pines on scrap piece of Blushing Bride card stock using Real Red ink.  Banner cut edge.  Attach to a slightly larger red glimmer piece of card stock. Attach to front of card using Dimensionals to pop the greeting up.
  9. Add glimmer enamel dots to complete.

Easy, easy, and done in about 5 minutes!

And of course, you can use any designer series paper you have on hand. 

This is a perfect project to use up those paper scraps!

Christmas Quilt Ornaments closeup

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Christmas Pines

Ink: Real Red

Paper: Blushing Bride, Real Red, Whisper White, red glimmer, Quilted Christmas 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper

Accessories: 1 3/4" and 2" circle punches, Big Shot, Quilt Builder Framelits Die, baker's twine, Glue Dots, Dimensionals, Glimmer Enamel Dots

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Quilted Christmas Suite is Retiring

The Quilted Christmas Suite found in the Holiday Catalog will retire on January 2nd.

Don't miss out on getting the Christmas Quilt stamp set and coordinating Quilt Builders Framelits Dies for your collection.

Quilt cards are always in style, whether it is Christmas time or not!

Here are some ideas using the suite:

Christmas Quilt

Christmas Quilt Trees

Christmas Quilt Embroidery Hoop

A Little Wild Christmas Quilt

 Shop online today for the Christmas Quilt Bundle.

Remember, it retires January 2nd!

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Fresh Card Making Idea-Embossed Hot Glue Technique

Embossed hot glue

Create abstract designs on a watercolor background using the Embossed Hot Glue Technique! 

It is super easy, and the possibilities are endless.

My December Fresh Card Making Idea will feature the Embossed Hot Glue Technique.

Want to learn more?

The Embossed Hot Glue Technique tutorial will hit email in boxes on December 19.

Please be sure to sign up for my mailing list by 8:00 am on December 19 to receive this free tutorial, complete with step-by-step instructions and color photos.

The sign up box is located in the upper right-hand corner of this page.

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Glimmery Swirly Snowflakes

Glimmer swirly snowflakes

 

This window card was created using a window sheet and a snowflake from the Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits Die cut out of Silver Glimmer paper.

Just love that glimmer!

It's easy to do.  Here's how:

 

1. Punch a hole out of Whisper White card front using the 1 3/4" circle punch. 

2 Using the punched out piece as a template, place it on Whisper White card base and draw a circle using a pencil.  Punch this circle out using 1 3/4" circle punch a hole out of Whisper White card front using the 1 3/4" circle punch. 

3. Cut a piece of Silver Glimmer paper and Multi-purpose Adhesive Sheet the same size.  Peel off the printed side of the  adhesive sheet, leaving a sticky backing.  Attach the Silver Glimmer paper to the backing.  

4. Cut out a snowflake using the trio Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits die.  Remove from the sticky backing, cutting away the excess parts of the design.

5. Cut a piece of window sheet slightly larger than the 1 3/4" circle punched in the card front.  Attach to the inside of the card so it shows through the opening of the cut circle using Glue Dots at the 4 corners.

6. Attach the snowflake to the front of the window sheet, using the sticky backing from the adhesive sheet as the adhesive.

Glimmer swirly snowflake back side

7. To cut a glimmer ring, punch a  1 3/4"  circle out of Silver Glimmer paper.  Line up 2" circle punch around the 1 3/4" circle and punch.

8. Attach the ring to the front of the card using glue dots.

9. Swipe Embossing Buddy over card front.  Stamp greeting from Christmas Pines using Versamark ink and heat emboss using silver embossing powder and heat tool.

10. Attach card front to card base using Mini Dimensionals on the 4 corners.

11.Attach rhinestones to the the center of the snowflake and on the card front to complete.

I cut the card down from the standard 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" in order to reduce the amount of white on the card.  The card measures 4 1/4" x 3 1/2".  The card front measures 3 3/4" x 3 1/4".

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Christmas Pines

Ink: Versamark

Paper: Whisper White, Silver Glimmer

Accessories: Big Shot, Swirly Snowflake Thinlits Dies, Multi-purpose Adhesive Sheets, Window Sheet, 2" and 1 3/4" circle punches, Embossing Buddy, silver embossing powder, heat tool, Glue Dots, Mini Dimensionals, rhinestones

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Blast from the Past-Extra Postage Required Cards

This year, as I was going through my stash of Christmas cards, I came across a few cards that I had made over the years that I never mailed. 

Why is that, you may ask?

I didn't mail them because I knew they would require extra postage.

They were bulky because of embellishments that I had added.

So, this year, I hand-delivered them to attendees at a recent Christmas card making class. 

They were a hit!

Here are a few of those hard to mail cards:

Straw Christmas Tree

This straw Christmas tree card was featured in a post on October 26, 2013.

I had seen the idea on Pinterest, and made it quickly using straws I found in my crafting stash.

Steam punk christmas tree

This steam punk Christmas tree was featured in a post on December 21, 2012.

It was the card I made for a Stamp Club Steam Punk themed card swap.

The tree was cut out of copper roof flashing. 

Blue Iris Folded Christmas Ornament

This blue iris folded Christmas Ornament was featured in a post on January 28, 2013.

For more iris folding ideas, please be sure to check my Iris Folding page HERE.

And finally, here are two shaker cards from Pining for Plaid, the October Paper Pumpkin kit.

Pining for Plaid shaker card

Pining for Plaid ornament shaker card

These cards were easy to create in a matter of minutes using the items in the kit, but a little bulky to mail because of the foam circles needed to create the shaker part.

I hope these cards will provide inspiration. 

Even if they are a little bulky for mailing because of embellishments used, they can still be hand-delivered, attached to a present or to batch of homemade goodies!

Happy Stampin'!

Iris Folded Christmas Ornament Part 2

Quilted Christmas Iris Folded Ornament

Iris Folding is one of my all-time favorite crafting techniques.

Iris folding is a paper craft technique that involves folding strips of colored paper in such a way to form a spiraling design.

The center of the design forms an iris -- similar to the shape of the iris of a camera lens.

I know it looks like it could be complicated, but really it is not.  You work with a pattern.  Follow the pattern, and you can't go wrong.

The basic iris folding patterns are the circle, the square, and the rectangle.

 Click here for the basic iris folding patterns including the circle used to make this card.

For instructions on how to make this card, please visit my Iris Folded Christmas Ornament posting on 12/4 HERE.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Snowflakes Sentiments

Ink Real Red

Paper: Whisper White, Real Red, Red Glimmer, Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Circle iris folding pattern, 2 1/2" circle punch, Big Shot, Winter Wonder Embossing Folder, Quilt Builder Framelits Die, 1/4" Quilted Christmas Ribbon, washi tape, Glue Dot

Happy Stampin'!

Iris Folded Christmas Ornament

Iris Folded Christmas Ornament

Iris Folding is one of my all-time favorite crafting techniques.

Iris folding is a paper craft technique that involves folding strips of colored paper in such a way to form a spiraling design.

The center of the design forms an iris -- similar to the shape of the iris of a camera lens.

I know it looks like it could be complicated, but really it is not.  You work with a pattern.  Follow the pattern, and you can't go wrong.

The basic iris folding patterns are the circle, the square, and the rectangle.

 Click here for the basic iris folding patterns including the circle used to make this card.

 

 

 

Here's how to make this ornament card:

  1. Emboss Whisper White card front using the Big Shot and Winter Wonder  Embossing Folder.
  2. Punch a circle out of the snowflake/card front using the 2 ½” circle punch.
  3. Print out circle iris folding pattern. Lay card front face down over the iris folding pattern. * In Iris Folding, you will always work from the back. Adhere the card stock to the pattern on the right or left side only using washi or painter's tape, creating a hinge, so you can lift up your card stock to check the progress on the front side as you go. 
  4. Decide on your design and cut your paper into strips. The number of strips needed will depend on the pattern and the length of the paper.  This pattern has 4 sections, so I chose 4 patterned papers from Christmas Around the World 12”x12” and Quilted Christmas 6”x6” Designer Series Paper, cut into ½” wide strips.

TIP:  Once you have decided on and have cut the paper you’d like for your design, lay the strips in front of you in the order that you will be using them. Keep them in this order as you are working on the pattern.  Or write down a description of the design (circles, stripes, solids, etc.) and number them in the order of use in the margins of the pattern you are following.  It can get confusing once you begin working with the paper, especially if you are working with a more complicated pattern.   And remember, the design on the back side of the paper will be what you see as you fill in the pattern.

  1. Apply SNAIL Adhesive around the edge of the cut pattern. Begin with design #1 and following the pattern guide, place it over the first section #1, placing it against the line of the pattern with the straight edge facing towards the center. Trim with a pair of scissors or hand-tear the paper to the size needed to fill the space.
  2. Repeat, using the other 3 paper designs, filling in each section following the numbers around the pattern. You’ll need to add strips of SNAIL to the ends of the bottom strips as you work around to secure the pieces together.
  3. Continue adding designer paper until the pattern is filled in, leaving the center space open. The center of the design forms an iris, similar to the shape of the iris of a camera lens.
  4. It is time to add the iris to the center.  Use a stamped or punched image or an attractive piece of paper to cover the hole in the middle, again adhering it from the back. For this card, use a piece of red glimmer paper secured with a piece of washi tape.
  5. To tidy up my iris folded pieces, I always add a piece of card stock to the back to hide the strips of paper. This is optional.
  6. For the ornament top, cut a piece of red glimmer using the Big Shot and Quilt Builder Framelit die. Attach to the top of the circle.
  7. Stamp greeting from Snowflake Sentiment using Real Red ink.
  8. Tie a bow out of the ¼” Quilted Christmas ribbon and attach to the top of the ornament using a Mini Glue Dot.

For more iris folding ideas and patterns, along with an iris folded how to video, please visit my Iris Folding page HERE.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Snowflake Sentiments

Ink: Real Red

Paper: Whisper White, Real Red, Red Glimmer, Christmas Around the World and Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Circle iris folding pattern, 2 1 /2" circle punch, Big Shot, Winter Wonder Embossing Folder, Quilt Builder Framelits Die (for the ornament topper), 1/4" Quilted Christmas ribbon, washi tape, Mini Glue Dot

 

Happy Stampin'!

Swirly Snowflakes Sampler-Sign Up to Receive my December Newsletter

Swirly Snowflake Sampler

Create beautiful holiday cards and winter-themed decor with the Snowflake Sentiments Bundle containing the Snowflake Sentiments stamp set and coordinating Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits Die.

Ideas using this bundle will be featured in my December newsletter which will hit e mail inboxes on December 5.

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Once the sign up form has been submitted, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial as my gift to you.

I hope to hear from you soon!

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Baby Wipe Tie Dyed Glimmer Snowflakes

Tie die snowflakes

This card was created from a scrap piece of baby wipe left over from my tie dye flower background card found HERE.

I often use baby wipes that I have used to clean my stamp sets in my crafting.

They provide interesting backgrounds, and I really like the colors provided for this tie dye look.

Add sparkling snowflakes, and you can't go wrong!

Here's how:

To start, I placed a piece of  Multi-purpose Adhesive Sheet to a piece of scrap card stock.  I peeled off the other side of the adhesive backing, and then laid the baby wipe onto the adhesive. I trimmed the edges of the baby wipe.  I applied SNAIL adhesive to the back of the card stock, then folded over the edges of the baby wipe to secure. 

I then cut out the trio of snowflakes from Blush Blossom glimmer paper using my Big Shot and Swirly Snowflakes Framelits Dies.

The glimmer paper was  also attached to an adhesive sheet before cutting out the snowflakes.

(It's easy to create your own color of glimmer paper by sponging color onto a piece of silver glimmer paper!)

I matted the baby wipe to a piece of Elegant Eggplant card stock and attached it to my Blush Blossom card base, popping it up using Mini Dimensionals on the 4 corners.

The greeting is from Christmas Pines stamped using Elegant Eggplant ink.

Island Indigo Candy Dots from my stash were added to each snowflake to complete.

Tie die snowflake close up

The Tie Dye Background was the featured Fresh Card Idea technique for November.

The tutorial hit e mail inboxes for those on my newsletter list on the 14th.

If you sign up to receive my newsletter by December 1, I will send you your own copy of the tutorial via e mail.

The sign up box is located in the upper right hand corner of this page.

I hope to hear from you soon!

Thanks in advance.

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Christmas Pines

Ink: Elegant Eggplant, Island Indigo, Blush Blossom

Paper: Blush Blossom, Island Indigo, Blush Blossom Glimmer Paper (retired and from my stash)

Accessories: baby wipe, Multi-purpose Adhesive Sheet, Big Shot, Swirly Snowflakes Framelits Dies, Mini Dimensionalscandy dots

 

 

Happy Stampin'!

Baby Wipe Sunrise-Happy Thanksgiving

Sunrise Trees

I wish you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving!

This card was created from a scrap piece of baby wipe left over from my tie dye leaf background card found HERE.

I often use baby wipes that I have used to clean my stamp sets in my crafting.

They provide interesting backgrounds. 

The card above was inspired by one of our sunrises!

Marlene's sunrise

The colors were only on a small portion of the baby wipe, so the card itself turned out to be smaller in size.

That's ok though!

I placed a piece of multi-purpose adhesive sheet onto the back of the baby wipe.

The glue left from the adhesive sheet allowed me to place the baby wipe on a scrap piece of Whisper White card stock.

The baby wipe was trimmed down, and the edges were folded over and secured onto the back of the card stock. 

I stamped the trees, leaves, and ground from Wonderful Branches using Early Espresso ink.

I used this retired stamp set from my stash because the image was small enough to fit onto the small card front piece.

The greeting is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.

The Tie Dye Background Tutorial hit e mail inboxes on November 14.

If you'd like to learn how to create the tie dye background, please sign up for my mailing list by December 1st, 2018 using the signup box in the upper right-hand corner of this site.

I'll e mail the tutorial to you.

Thanks!

 

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Wonderful Branches, Teeny Tiny Wishes

Ink: Cajun Craze, Old Olive Curry, Early Espresso

Paper: Whisper White, Early Espresso

Accessories: baby wipe, multi-purpose adhesive sheet

 

 

Happy Stampin'!