Monday, July 19, 2021

Stampin' Up! Biggest Wish Card - Using up scraps


Hello & welcome to my tiny piece of the internet!  It's Monday, that means it's time for a masculine card on my blog.  I'm silly excited about this card.  I hate throwing away my pretty paper scraps, don't you!?  So, this is a fantastic way to use up some of them.  All the scraps I used on this card are from Pattern Party Designer Series Paper, but you could use pretty much any scraps. 

Basic Black Card Base ~ 8-1/2" x 5-1/2", score at 4-1/4"
Misty Moonlight Cardstock ~ 4-1/8" x 5-3/8"
Basic White Cardstock ~ 4" x 5-1/4" (*2)
Pattern Party DSP ~ scraps 

  • Use the Dark Daffodil Delight Stampin' Blend to color 6 or 7 Clear Epoxy Essentials Drops.  
  • Stamp Happy Birthday using Misty Moonlight ink at the top of your Basic White CS
  • Mix and match your scraps and attach 6 or 7 of them to the bottom of your Basic White CS, it's okay if they hang off the bottom.  (Leave room for the epoxy drops above them) Once all your pieces are attached, trim the bottoms off and save them for the inside. 
  • Attach the Misty Moonlight CS to the center of the front of your card base.  
  • Attach the Basic White CS to the Misty Moonlight CS
  • Add the epoxy drops above the strips of scraps.  

Attach the bottom bits of your scraps to the other piece of Basic White CS for the inside of the card.  Use the same Daffodil Delight Blend to draw flames above the 'candles'.  Attach the Basic White CS to the inside of your card. 

I hope you enjoyed this card!  Please contact me if you have any questions, for a catalog (if you don't have a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and live in the USA), or to Join!  You can also click the link at the top of my blog to sign up for my newsletter.

Happy Stamping! 

Have you heard about Stampin' Up!'s Designer Series Paper Sale, which will run through August 2nd?  During this promotion, you can enjoy a 15% discount on select papers from the Annual Catalog!  This promotion is the perfect opportunity to stock up and save on gorgeous Designer Series Paper


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