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Woodland Wonder Slimline Cards

Woodland Wonder Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Do you love making Slimline Cards as much as I do?  The stacking stamps from the Woodland Wonder stamp set by Stampin' Up! are a Slimline Card Maker's dream come true!  Plus, all the little critters and banners are oh so cute. And...if you love coloring, Ooh La La, this stamp set is so much fun to color!

Sadly, the Woodland Wonder stamp set is slated to go away at the end of June, so scoop it up while you can.


Woodland Wonder Stampin' Up!

The Woodland Wonder stamp set makes adorable Hip-Hip-Hoo-Ray Congratulations cards and ...


Woodland Wonder Stampin' Up!

playful birthday cards for kids from 1-99!

Slimline Card Measurements

Cut Card Base 8-1/2" x 7-1/2".  Note 8-1/2" is the height of the card.  Score at 3-3/4".

After cutting your card base from an 8-1/2" x 11" piece of card stock, you will have a piece leftover that works nicely for a front panel.  The two layered pieces were cut 8-1/4 x 3-1/2" and 8" x 3-1/4".


Card Making 101

Inside, I used both the Massive Thanks (cut and adapted to fit the occasion) and the Happy Thoughts stamp sets.  Both of these useful stamp sets are going away too.  The Massive Thanks says good-bye on May 3 and the Happy Thoughts bids farewell at the end of June.


Woodland Wonder Stampin' Up!

Hint:  Stamp a stack of these to make ready to mail cards for lots of occasions, then color them at your leisure while watching T.V.

 

 

Woodland Wonder Slimline Card Supply List
 
 
Stamps-  Woodland Wonder (155321), Happy Thoughts (154507), Massive Thanks (152578)
Ink Pads-Tuxedo Black Momento Ink (132708) and other pads to match the card stock and Stampin' Blends colors used.
Card Stock and Paper-  Thick Basic White (159229) and other colors to match the inks and Stampin' Blends colors used.
Stampin' Blends (Alcohol based Markers)-Use an assortment.  The important thing is to have fun coloring.
 
 

 

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Game On Last Chance Stamp Set

Game On Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Wow, my grandkids love to play games.  It's not uncommon for them to head straight to the Game closet when they come for a visit at Nana and Papa's House.  So naturally when I saw the Game On stamp set from Stampin' Up!, I knew that it was a must-have stamp set and now the Game On stamp set is retiring.  It's only available WHILE SUPPLIES LAST or through May 3. 

Another reason to love the Game On stamp set  is that it's perfect for making fun masculine cards.  Today's Blog Post shares 2 Game On Masculine Card Ideas along with tips on how to make them.

Game On Card Tips #1

To achieve the black and white feel with just a pop of color, I inked my game pieces with Smoky Slate Ink and my "Roll with it" sentiment with Tuxedo Black Ink.  The clovers were inked with Just Jade ink.

To mimic the look of playing cards, I rounded my corners with the Detailed Trio Punch.

With my Water Painter, I splattered specks of Smoky Slate ink across my card front.

 

Game On Cubed Pop-Up Card

Game On Cubed Pop-Up Card Tips #2

For a Video Tutorial on How to Make Cubed Pop-Up Cards Click Here.

For today's Cubed Pop Up Card I used Real Red Card Stock (Connor's favorite color) an In Good Taste Designer Paper (wood grains).

To personalize his birthday card to say "12"  I used the Playful Alphabet Dies.

I colored the Chess pieces and the dots on the die using Soft Suede and Real Red Markers.

All the game pieces were stamped with the  retiring Game On Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!.


Game On Stampin' Up!

Bonus Cubed Pop-Up Cards Fold Flat For Mailing

Cubed Pop Up Card Measurements

Card Base-One 3-1/2" x 8-1/2" piece of card stock, two 1-3/4" x 8-1/2" pieces of card stock. 

Score each piece at 1-3/4", 3-1/2", 5-1/4" and 7".

Designer Paper-Six 1-1/2" square pieces

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Make a Bunny Treat Holder

Make a Bunny Treat Holder

Hello Friends,

Make a Bunny Treat Holder for Easter with the Retiring (Last Chance) Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box dies.  This little cutie is super easy to make.  All you need is paper, the Mini Curvy Keepsake Dies, the Double Oval Punch, a marker or two and maybe some googlie eyes.  Fair warning, the versatile Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box Dies are on the Stampin' Up! Retirement list and are only available WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.

Make a Bunny Treat Holder for Easter

Step for Making a Bunny Treat Holder for Easter

Choose your paper for the bunny's body and cut with the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box die.  I chose Flowers for Every Season Designer Paper.

Curve the 4 sides using a bone folder or ruler.  Hint this is much like curling ribbons.  Tuck a treat or two inside and assemble

Cut a bunny face with a tag die from the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box dies set.

Draw a bunny face on tag and add Googlie Eyes.  Attach to body.

Punch a set of bunny ears using the Double Oval Punch.  Attach as shown.

 


Mini Curvy Keepsakes Dies Stampin' Up!

What's bunny without a cotton tail?  Attach a cotton ball tail on his backside.


Mini Curvy Keepsakes Dies Stampin' Up!

Did I mention that the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box Dies are 20% Off?

  See the all available Stampin' Up! Last Chance Product Here.

 

 

 

Easter Bunny Curvy Keepsakes Treat Box Supply List
 
 
Dies and Punches -Double Oval Punch (154242), Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box Dies (150644)
Card Stock-  Flowers For Every Season Designer Paper (152486), Basic White (159276),  Melon Mambo (115320)
Stampin' Blends and Markers-   Flirty Flamingo Blends (154884), Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker (100082),
Tools-Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine (alias BIG Cut)(149653)
 

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