Here are a couple more cards I made this week - I will be sharing them with the neighborhood ladies that I get together with and make cards. I used mostly retired Stampin Up products on them.
Here are a few more pictures of the cards in the making.
I used Stampin Up's square lattice embossing folder on the plaid designer paper - I love how it adds a little bit of interesting texture. All of the papers I used on this card were from a retired set, Pawsitively Prints. Since all the papers are reversible, it was easy to mix and match. The cardstock is Very Vanilla, which is a current item, as well
as the border punch.
The stamp and punch for the greeting are both current products; the ink is ballet blue which is retired, as well as the little rosette.
See how I cut the solid blue punch in half? I glued these 2 pieces on the back of the stamped greeting and then attached it to the card with dimensionals pop up glue dots.
This is the back of the skirt card - the tag and paper are retired
but the hearts punch is current.
Stampin Up's red sticky tape is great at adhering things you
want to stay glued.
A 16" ribbon and retired cute melon mambo pompom trim was
used on the top and bottom.
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