I’m terrible about making the same card over and over again. For the April 2018 On Stage in Las Vegas, I made six different cards, eight of each. The next few posts will be all about these card fronts that I made to share with my fellow Stampin Up! demonstrators. Later, I’ll be posting some of the items I received in exchange.
On Stage was so much fun in November. As I write this, I’m halfway to Las Vegas and can’t wait to get there and see all the new products that Stampin Up! has created for us to play with for 2018-2019!
But back to the card. This one is perfect for a child’s birthday.
I used Rich Razzleberry as my base to complement the Daffodil Delight color of the geometric paper from the Birthday Delivery DSP pack. I used a different piece from the same pack to provide the stripes at the bottom. The bear, with the baby and the balloons, was fussy cut from another piece of the DSP. This bundle has the dies to cut the little hat and the gift from another piece of the DSP. The sentiment is also from the bundle and I stamped that in Rich Razzleberry to tie it to the card base.
Finally, a length of the Daffodil Delight stitched ribbon hid the seam between the two pieces of DSP. And, of course, a bit of bling with the rhinestone.
There was very little stamping in this card, but the overall theme for my swaps was #cutthepaper!
Hope you are inspired to cut into your favorite DSP and make something fun!