Welcome to the 2023 Thanksgiving Theme blog hop by the Stamp It Group. You may have seen todays card is featuring Cheers to the Season stamp set, four of MANY deckled circle dies and the Tartan foil designer series paper.
Using the largest deckled circle from the four you chose, fold cardstock in half and place the top of the circle just above the fold. (I forgot to take a picture) you don’t want to cut the top below the fold or you just end up with two circles.
the next three layers were actual circles and no fold required. First layer is using vellum, then DSP and last is Basic White to stamp your image onto. Then trim with embellishments of your choice.
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As many begin gearing up for craft and vendor fair season, todays post is featuring the Tricks & Treats bundle using a simple wrap for a caramel apple sucker. They are definitely easy to make. Can be altered with any season or holiday celebration.
Though I used a retired tag topper punch, you can simply round the corners and use a standard paper punch.
Basic Black cardstock – 2″ x 6-1/4″, scored and folded at 3-1/8″; Punch both ends with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch
Them Bones DSP – 1-3/4″ x 2-1/4″
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Welcome to Team Stamp It’s August Blog Hop, thanks for stopping by. This month is all about fall theme. I chose to use a simple yet fun 3D project. It’s a Hershey candy bar wrap with a small sneak peak of the stamp set Fruitful Blessings. This stamp set will be available in the mini catalog in September.
Using a regular, full size Hershey chocolate bar. I used Cajun Craze 6” x 5-1/4”. Most would use DSP and I wanted the focus to be on the greeting and stamped images from the stamp set Fruitful Blessings. Placing the candy bar face down and centered on the Cajun Craze. You can use your phone folder to score lines on the top and bottom or you can carefully just start wrapping to break the fibers of your paper. It takes just a little bit more to round the fold using cardstock versus DSP.
That’s it!! Decorate to your liking!
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Hello! Welcome to this months summer/patriotic blog hop. I hope you stick around awhile and find a card that you like. Maybe you find your inspiration to build upon what you see. You might even gain your own ideas.
My first attempt was to use the flowing patchwork die. I found it unsettling and I knew it reminded me of something… Can you guess?
I used the sunburst coordinating with a non Stampin’ Up! DSP and sentiment. Sometimes they don’t have what I want and then shipping delays because of good sales. Super easy.
Did you guess what the first flowing die creation reminded me of?
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Welcome to this month Stamp It group, Father’s Day, blog hop. Looking for unique Father’s Day cards? Check out this months blog hop using Stampin’ Up! product.
Today’s card is featuring a little something new and something returning the returning is the stamp set, Enjoy the Rhythm and the metal plate embossing folder.Debuting something new is the Pebbled Path and BoHo Blue, 2023 –2025 In Colors. I cannot believe that I ordered last years DSP and not this years….. The DSP would be adhered to the card base to the left. This is such a fun fold card. You can really do so many things. Instead of the Boho Blue embossed layer, you could also replace with DSP. Maybe you want to replace one of the 1″ strips with another Boho Blue embossed piece.
Card Base: 5-1/2″ x 11″ scored at 4-1/4″, 7″ and 9-3/4″
Basic White: Center Panel 2-1/2″ x 5-1/4″ Deckled Rectangle 4″ x 5-1/4″
Boho Blue Embossed: 4″ x 5-1/4″
DSP: (had I ordered correctly)
(2) at 1″ x 5-1/4″
(1) 2-1/2″ x 5-1/4″
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here are some quick and simple Easter treats. Because I’m getting ready for a craft show I chose to use a lighter retired gingham paper. The alternative would be the country gingham that’s in the current catalog.
Stamp your bunny image on small pattern DSP and punch. For the Hershey kisses treat holder you will cut a 4“ x 9 and three-quarter inch piece of cardstock on the 4 inch side you will score at 1”, 2” and 3”then you will turn it to the nine and three-quarter side and you will cut strips every 1-5/8 inch. You will then burnish your score marks, making a triangle shape and use Taryn tape or glue to close them together and then you will slide into Hershey kisses.
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