Tag Archives: birthday
For many people creating masculine cards is a struggle. I admit that making cards for women and kids is much easier, but masculine cards don’t have to be too much of a challenge, either. All you need is masculine colors … Continue reading
The Occasions catalog has some great products, but let’s not forget the 2017-2018 Annual Catalog does, too. So for today’s card let’s look at a card using Jar of Love and Touches of Texture – both sets from the Annual Catalog. … Continue reading
One of my favorite products from the Occasions Catalog is the Brusho Crystal Colours on page 26. It comes in a box with 5 containers of Brilliant Red, Gamboge (orange), Moss Green, Prussian Blue and Yellow. They’re not Stampin’ Up! … Continue reading
I haven’t posted a lot since June 2017, so I have a lot of catching up to do in showing you the cards I’ve created since then. Some will have retired products that you may have already and some will … Continue reading
You probably want to see some new stuff, but, unfortunately, not today….instead I’m sharing with you a discovery I made using the Happy Celebrations stamp set and Celebrations Duo Embossing Folder. Today’s post has a couple of retired items (color & embossing folder) … Continue reading
Fresh Fruit is such a versatile stamp. Use it all year long to make birthday cards, thank you, encouragement, Valentine’s or any other love occasion, attach it to baked goods, make recipe cards out of it. As you can see, … Continue reading
Hi Stampers! Did you know that there are exclusive host stamps in the back of the catalogs? To get these sets, you need to host a workshop or place an order of $150. Today I’m featuring my favorite retiring one … Continue reading
Two posts in one day? Yep! I’m posting again to catch up and show you some of the cards I’ve made with items that will be retiring soon. I don’t want you to miss out if you’re interested in any … Continue reading
Are you a super hero fan? Do you love watching all those Marvel movies or other super heroes? I do and so does my family. I believe we’ve seen all or most of the super hero movies so I knew … Continue reading
Today is my mom’s 78th birthday and this is the card I made for her. Unfortunately she’s in the hospital right now so I wanted to make something cheerful yet soft. She loves lace and what better stamp to use … Continue reading
How would you feel if you received a birthday card with the ‘Happy Birthday, Gorgeous’ sentiment? It probably would make you feel good, wouldn’t it? The sentiment and image is from the Beautiful You stamp set. I embossed strips of … Continue reading
I like when you can build on top of another stamp like I did with this card. First I stamped the Hardwood image and then I stamped with the Fresh Fruit set to create this pretty birthday card. The sentiment is from … Continue reading
Today’s card features the stamp set Helping Me Grow and the Celebrations Duo Embossing Folder. I also used the Delicate Details Sale-A-Bration stamp set for the border. This new embossing folder is a little different from the others as it … Continue reading
Today’s card is using the FREE Hey Chick stamp from the Sale-A-Bration catalog. When I first saw this set, I knew it would be on my list to get. I think it’s so cute especially the one with the hair. … Continue reading
Today’s birthday card was made using the Flower Shop stamp and the new Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies. I hadn’t used this set for a while and I thought it was time to ink it up. After stamping the flowers, I … Continue reading
Today I’m featuring a Painter’s Palette Birthday card with fall colors. Perfect for someone you know whose birthday is this time of year.
Sponging embossing folders is one of my favorite things to do because it enhances the texture. You can create your own color scheme.
Here are the details for this card:
- I embossed the bottom of the white cardstock with Petal Burst embossing folder then sponged it with Always Artichoke, Pumpkin Pie and Cajun Craze.
- I stamped the easel with Soft Suede ink and the sentiment with Pumpkin Pie ink.
- The brush strokes were inked with Always Artichoke and the grunge dots with Cajun Craze.
- The middle section of the easel with the sentiment was die cut with the Layering Square framelits and popped with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
That’s it . . .a quick and pretty Painter’s Palette birthday card. Do you want to see another card created with the Painter’s Palette stamp? Click here. I still have a couple of more cards to share with this set.
Thanks for stopping by . . . till next time . . . Brunie
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Supplies for the Painter’s Palette birthday card are listed below. To shop for these supplies or other Stampin’ Up! products, click here to go to my online store. Please use host code NNJN2WPJ or orders under $150.
For today’s card I used the Awesomely Artistic and Endless Birthday Wishes stamp sets to create this birthday card. I used the emboss resist technique to make the flower cluster and dragon fly stand out. In case you’re not sure … Continue reading
Today’s card is a simple masculine card using the Celebrate Today, Wetlands and Timeless Textures Stamps. I used the hot air balloon image for the focal point and used one of the grunge images from Timeless Textures for the grass. … Continue reading