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Pedal To The Metal Pop-Up Slider Card

Petal To the Metal Pop Up Slider Card

Hello Friends,

Today's card is a little boy's dream card.  It has moving parts and a bright red truck.  And that's not all, slide the pull tab to discover a deep blue motorbike!  Pop-up Slider cards are a perfect choice for the Petal to the Metal stamp set by Stampin' Up!. 

My grandson, Tenneson, loves all things with wheels, so I'm sure that he will enjoy this year's birthday card from Nana and Papa!

I created this Pop-Up Slider Card Tutorial as a Christmas Card, but it can easily be converted to make a masculine Pop Up Slider Birthday Card.  Watch this quick video tutorial and you will be on your way to making these easy, yet impressive cards.

Petal to the Metal Stampin' Up!

The sharp black and white striped paper is from the Golden Honey Designer Series Paper pack which is a free gift with any $50 purchase during Sale-a-bration 2020.  Offer ends March 31, 2020, or WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.


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Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

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By The Dock

By the Dock Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Are you on the hunt for masculine card ideas?  We have a lot of guys in our family, so I was super excited when I saw the By The Dock stamp set and the Dockside Dies by Stampin' Up!.  Watch the video below from the Stampin' Up! home office for an introduction to the By The Dock Bundle.

 

To make today's card, I sponged 3 colors (Coastal Cabana, Bermuda Bay, and Tranquil Tide) to create the water.  Then, I stamped a few Whisper White waves.  Using an assortment of Stampin' Blends, I colored the boat and the dock.  The cattails and the frog were cut with the Dockside Dies.


By the Dock Stampin' Up!

 

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

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Hand Stamped Card Inspiration

Heartfelt Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

This week ushers in Valentine's Day.  Where do you get inspiration for your hand stamped cards?  Do you ever have those times when your creative juices are all dried up?  Look around you for fresh inspiration.  Your ideas don't have to come from other cards.  There is beauty all around us in nature, on a magazine cover, a hand towel, a sales ad or a church bulletin.   I loved the touch of whimsy and non-traditional colors from this week's church bulletin.


Heartfelt Stampin' Up!

So I stepped away from the traditional reds and pinks that we associate with Valentine's Day and instead used Crumb Cake, Rich Razzleberry and Gray Granite Inks to make today's card.  Hint: The lacey hearts in the background stamped with Gray Granite ink that I stamped off once to get a lighter shade.  The other heart and the flowers were punched from the new Pleased as Punch Designer Paper.  They are Coastal Cabana and Blushing Bride.


Joe & Robin Feicht

Another way to restart your creativity is to step away for a bit. Go for a walk.  Get some fresh air.  My number one Valentine and I took a stroll through the woods this weekend.  We were blessed with glorious snow this weekend.  It was one of those heavy snows that blanket the ground and glisten from every branch.  You can almost feel it winking at you.   

Heartfelt Stampin' Up!

How many Valentines will you be hand stamping this week?  What inspires you?

 

 

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

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