After a couple days of KISS Cards (Keep It Simple Stamper) using the Masking Technique for rubber stamping, let's look at a step up card!
Just like the card yesterday, I used one of the label shapes from the Apothecary Accents Framelits to make this card. Once I cut out the shape, I used the negative and stamped the chevron from Stampin' Up's Oh, Hello Stamp Set.
I decided to dress this card up by adding the banner, butterfly and the chevons (made from the ric rac die cut on the Tasteful Trim Die– I love that die!).
Have you done any masking with die cuts yet?
Stampin' Up Supplies:
- Oh, Hello Stamp Set, Sassy Salutations Stamp Set, Hearts a Flutter Stamp Set, Papillion Potpourri Stamp Set
- Cardstock: Certainly Celery, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, Pink Pirouette
- Ink: Early Espresso, Wild Wasabi, Regal Rose
- Accessories: Hearts a Flutter Framelits, Tasteful Trim Die, White Taffeta Ribbon, Apothecary Accents Framelits, Butterfly Punch, Rhinestones
I hope you have a wonderful Monday! Mine started out with my 10 year old refusing to take the treat I made for her teacher to school…sigh…it's Teacher Appreciation Week and in true “CP style”, I remembered last night at 9 pm. Thankfully I have a stash of candy and great supplies to work with to whip something up.
I used the Fancy Favor Die to make a box out of Designer Series Paper, then I stamped the teacup from the Patterned Occasions Stamp Set, punched it and added it to the front of the box. I filled it with yummy Ghiradeli Chocolates and it was good to go in under 10 minutes! (you can see it on my Facebook page)
Evidently she brought a treat to her teacher 9 days ago (Valentine's Day) using the SAME STAMP! Egads! She couldn't give her teacher TWO treats with the same stamp on it!
Instead, her teacher gets nothing. sigh….I guess it's like wearing the same dress to two proms. In her eyes, anyways…poor Mrs. Mayer.