Hey, y’all! ‘Sup?? Hope you’re having a good weekend.
If you were able to join me last night for my FB live video, I appreciate you spending part of your weekend with me (and your understanding of my throat issues!!)! If not, but you’d like to see how I used the Stamparatus to make this quick thank you card, here ’tis!
I frequently need multiples of cards – particularly thank you cards – so the Stamparatus is a total lifesaver! AND – when you can also employ the “hinge step” (unique to the Stamparatus!) – it makes it easy and fun to create cards like this one with the multi-occasion To Every Season stamp set. Take a look-see:
The layout for this one was inspired by this week’s CAS(E) This Sketch challenge!
I started with some Come to Gather DSP that I adhered to a Pumpkin Pie mat with Liquid Glue for the card front.
Then I cut a Very Vanilla Stitched Rectangle Die. I placed the rectangle in the corner of my Stamparatus.
I inked the sentiment from To Every Season in Early Espresso and – starting at the bottom! – stamped it three times. I stamped the bottom – moved the acrylic plate UP one hinge – inked up and stamped again…repeat…
Next up – I inked the large leaf in Pumpkin Pie and again used my Stamparatus to stamp it over top of two of the sentiments. I added the smaller leaf in Crushed Curry.
I adhered the panel to the card front with Liquid Glue.
With two lengths of Cajun Craze Linen Thread from the Come To Gather Ribbon Combo Pack, I tied a simple bow and adhered it with a squished up Glue Dot. Then I added three Pumpkin Pie gems from the Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels and the card front was done!
On the inside, I stamped a second sentiment from To Every Season in Early Espresso on a Very Vanilla mat. I added a couple of small leaves in Pumpkin Pie ink.
I used Liquid Glue to adhere the panel to a Pumpkin Pie mat and into my Thick Very Vanilla Card Base and the card was done!
My Very Vanilla Medium Envelope got more small leaves in Pumpkin Pie on the front…
…and some more of the Come To Gather DSP on the envelope flap.
Et Voila! I love this little To Every Season stamp set – it’s a bit of a flyover set – but it even comes bundled with a four-pack of tiny punches!!
Since it covers Halloween, Thank you/Thanksgiving, Christmas and Valentine’s Day – it’s a darned handy set to have on hand! And it worked swimmingly with a little Come To Gather DSP and the wunnermus Stamparatus. I hope you like!
P.S. Only a couple three days left to take advantage of my ordering special and get stocked up on your Envelopes, Note Cards, Acetate Card Boxes, Treat Bags and Treat boxes!!
HOST CODE FOR 15 OCT – 31 OCT: F3AUQ4ME
Use this host code when you order and receive a free gift from me! But, if your order is over $150, please don’t use this code (you’ll miss out on your own Stampin’ Rewards if you use it) but you’ll still get the free gift. The free gift is your choice of any item valued up to $10.00 from any active catalog! And – you can even select one of the Host-exclusive sets! See my Rewards page for more details.
Stamps-N-Lingers Ordering Special Thru 28 Oct!
I’m offering an ordering special for Stampin’ Up! orders of $50 or greater placed through me between now and Tuesday, 28 October! You get to choose a free pack of Stampin Up! Envelopes, Note Cards & Envelopes, Acetate Card Boxes, Treat Bags or Treat boxes with your order of $50 or more this week!
Here’s the deets:
For any order of $50 or greater (before shipping and taxes) placed through me, you’ll get to select a pack of Envelopes, Note Cards & Envelopes or Acetate Card Boxes of your choice for free from me! This is in addition to the regular $10 thank you gift that you get to select if you add the Host Code (for orders under $150 add the code, for orders over $150 don’t add the code…you’ll automatically get the gifts too!). You’ll also earn Peppermint Rewards points AND you’ll get my October Card Class Tutorials (featuring the spectacular Toile Christmas bundle!).
How to get your free Envelopes, Note Cards & Envelopes, Card Boxes or Treat Packaging:
All you’ve got to do is place your $50 or greater order and then email me your selection! I’ll order the Envelopes, Note Cards & Envelopes, Acetate Card Boxes and Treat Packaging when I place my Host Order on 1 November and then send them out (along with your thank you gift if you’ve added the Host Code or have an order over $150) to you just as soon as my Host Order arrives.
You can see all the goodies you can choose from if you go to my original post! Right…HERE!
Available on 1 November….The Brand New Stampin’ Up! Paper Trimmer!
I’ve had mine for a minute now – and I love it! It cuts smooth and straight on a nice stable base! You’re going to be happy to have it! And just in time for all your Holiday crafting, too!
Paper Trimmer Deets
Item: 152392 | $25.00 usd/$34.00 cad
- 15-3/8 x 8 x 1/2” (39 x 20.3 x 1.3 cm)
- Includes 1 cutting blade and 1 scoring blade.
- Includes imperial and metric measurements.
- Ruler and grid protected by durable plastic cover.
- Point on cutting handle for precise measuring.
- Right-side grid for cutting thin strips.
- Ordering begins on Friday, 1 November
- No order limits apply.
- Cutting Blades Multipack will be available to purchase in January 2020.
- Cutting Blades Multipack $12.00
- Each Cutting Blades Multipack unit contains four blades.
LIMITED TIME Pink Sky Bundles
We’ve got TWELVE Pink Sky Bundles available for you thru the end of October. Eight of them are brand spanking new! Check this flyer!
Get the Stampin’ Up! Products Used in This Project:
Card Cuts Used in This Project:
Thick Very Vanilla Card Stock: 4 1/4″ x 11″ (card base, scored and folded at 5 1/2″)
Pumpkin Pie Card Stock: 4″ x 5 1/4″ (mats for card front and for inner liner)
Very Vanilla Card Stock: 2 5/8″ x 3 7/8″ Stitched Rectangle (art/sentiment); 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ (inner liner)
Come To Gather DSP: 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ (card front); envelope flap
If you need any stamping supplies, I’d be very happy to be your Demonstrator. Just click on the Order Stampin’ Up! Online Now button on the right side of the screen to go directly to my online store or drop me an email if you have any questions. Happy Stamping!
I call this one…
A Man and his Dog.
Or – since it’s Finn….
A Man and…His Wife’s Dog! 😉
Cuz he IS a mama’s boy when it comes right down to it!