Stampin’ Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

Happy half-way-thru-the-weekend, y’all!  Hope you’re getting things done!  We ran errands yesterday – grabbing up some last minute ingredients for baked goodies – and we went to the Grand Opening of the Tractor Supply!  Last weekend was the “soft” open.  Yesterday was the real thing.  Finn got a TSC hat and  few more $5 off coupons for a bath.  He’s NOT sure that THAT is a real good gift but…gifts is gifts, right?!?…and they ALSO came with more cookies and pets and a selfie with the district rep!  So – he’s good with that…..

So my card today is a SUUUPER simple one – it’s one of my favorite layouts – I’m a real fan of angled front panels.  For this one – I used the FREE-during-Sale-A-Bration Day at the Farm DSP and the coordinating On the Farm bundle from the Jan – Apr 2023 Mini Catalog.  Take a look-see:

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

This is so cute, I think – and I think it would be very appropriate for those masculine cards we all need!

I started by adhering some plaid paper from the Day at the Farm DSP (get this pack for FREE starting on 5 Jan 23 with a $50 order from the Jan – Feb 2023 Sale-A-Bration catalog) onto the front of a Cherry Cobbler card base using Liquid Glue.

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

Next up, I matted two more designs from the pack on Soft Suede and then adhered them to the card front with Liquid Glue at jaunty angles.

Using Stampin’ Seal, I adhered a loop of new ribbon from the Real Red & Burlap Ribbon Combo Pack (in the Jan-Apr 2023 Mini).

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

On a piece of Basic White cardstock, I stamped the sentiment from the On The Farm set in Daffodil Delight and cut it out with the third-from-smallest Stylish Shapes circle die.

I adhered the sentiment over the ribbon with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

I used three little dies from the On The Farm die set to cut out a Soft Suede windmill and two little Mossy Meadow hills.  I adhered the windmill and larger hill with Liquid Glue.  Then I popped the smaller hill on top with a Stampin’ Dimensional.

I added some Crumb Cake dots from the Enamel Dot Essentials pack and the card front was done!

Now – I made this card last week during my Zoom the Craftroom on Thursday evening.  I needed a suggestion and the On the Farm set – and Day at the Farm DSP! – was what I got!  I made this version and then…decided to try to slightly different version!

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

Same exact card – but…used the new Night of Navy 3/8″ Bordered Ribbon (in the new mini catalog) and a Night of Navy dot instead of the Crumb Cake dots.

What do you think??  I like them both – this one makes me think of jeans and a bandana!!

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

For the inside of both cards, I used the hills image from On the Farm to stamp across the bottom of a Basic White panel in Mossy Meadow ink.

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

I used Stampin’ Seal to adhere the panel to a Soft Suede mat and into the Cherry Cobbler card base and the card was done!

My Basic White Medium Envelope got more Mossy Meadow hills across the front…

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

…and more Day at the Farm DSP on the envelope flap.

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

Et Voila!  I love how these cards turned out – the adorable Day at the Farm DSP is a perfect starting point for them – with the addition of a simple sentiment and a couple of cute die cuts from the On the Farm bundle!  I hope you’ve got all of them on your list for January when the new catalogs go live!  You can get the paper for FREE with a $50 purchase – which means that…you can pick up the On the Farm bundle (for $51.25) and select the matching DSP for free! And – as an added incentive – the dies in the set cut out farm images right from the DSP – I LOVE when that happens!  🙂

Stampin' Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

I hope you like!

If you’d like to recreate this card, all the products and card cuts are listed below! This is also the card I made on my YouTube Live yesterday!  So – if you’d like to see it – for the first time or again – here ’tis on YouTube!

I’ve also created a printable PDF with written instructions and a list of the products used to create this project.  You can download, print and/or save it by clicking this image:

Missed any tutorials?  You can check out my past projects right here!






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January – April 202 Mini Catalog Shares Are Open!

What’s a catalog share??  Well – a catalog share gives you a chance to try a sample of all the new papers in a catalog – and then you can see what you love and go back and purchase full packs of those goodies!  Kind of like…a cruise ship buffet!

For this catalog, I’m once again only offering paper shares, but one of my team members is hosting full Mini Catalog Shares with paper, ribbon and embellishments!  Stop over to see Tara Carpenter’s product shares at her blog:!  If you’re interested in joining Tara’s shares, feel free to reach out to her directly to ask questions or join in!

Here are your Options with me!

Stamps-N-Lingers Single DSP Share – $28 – Plus $8.00 for Priority Shipping w/ Tracking

You’ll get 95 – 6″ x 6″ sheets of beautiful new Designer Series Papers and fun new Specialty Papers, too!  To buy one of each of these packs of papers would cost you about $170 – plus shipping!

  • By The Bay 6″ x 6″ Specialty DSP – 12 sheets
  • Country Floral Lan DSP – 6 sheets
  • Country Gingham 6″ x 6″ DSP – 12 sheets
  • Delicate Desert DSP – 6 sheets
  • Dry Brushed Metallic Specialty DSP – 2 sheets
  • Enjoy The Journey DSP – 6 sheets
  • Fancy Flora 6″ x 6″ DSP – 12 sheets
  • Like an Animal Specialty DSP – 6 sheets
  • Rain or Shine Specialty DSP – 6 sheets
  • Ready to Ride Specialty DSP – 6 sheets
  • Regency Park 6″ x 6″ DSP – 12 sheets
  • Fine Shimmer Paper – 3 sheets – one each of 3 colors
  • Textured Shimmer Paper – 3 sheets – one each of 3 colors
  • Vellum Basics Specialty Paper – 3 sheets – one each of 3 designs

Want More?!? Get a DOUBLE Share!  $56- Plus $8.00 for Priority Shipping w/ Tracking

With a Double Share –  you’ll get 190 sheets of DSP and specialty paper! 🙂  I’ll cut the paper sheets into 6×12 so that you’ll be able to get 3 full A2 size card fronts from each sheet (except 6″ x 6″ papers – you’ll get double sheets of those.  These are the By the Bay, Country Gingham, Fancy Flora and Regency Park DSPs)

PLUS!  Get a FREE Gift From Me! – All share participants will get a sampling of some of the fun papers from the Jan – Feb 2023 Sale-A-Bration Catalog! Everyone who orders one of my shares will get a sampler of papers from the Dainty Flowers DSP, On the Farm DSP, Favored Flowers DSP and Dandy Designs DSP!  YEAH!

You can get the rest of the details and a handy form to use to get signed up for your Share right here at my Jan – Apr 2023 Shares page!

Happy sharing!

The July–December 2022 Mini Catalog will be retiring soon! It’s always bittersweet to see a classic Stampin’ Up! catalog take a trip to retirement.  Stock up on your favorite products before they’re gone for good!

Save up to 60% on essential craft supplies now thru 4 Jan 2023 – and ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST…so order early as retiring items are already selling out!

Last Chance Sale Details:

  • Not all products on the Retiring List are on sale.
  • All products are available while supplies last, and there are no purchase limits.
  • Discounted items can be added to a Starter Kit and redeemed as a 50% off item or with Stampin’ Rewards.
  • Stamp Sets are not guaranteed during this promotion and are while supplies last.
  • Sale Starts: 1 December 2022 at 12:00 AM (MT)
  • Sale Ends: 4 January 2023 at 11:59 PM (MT)

You can find the retiring list PDF right here.
If you prefer to download the list in an Excel format, you can find that right here.

You can find the list of items that will be available through at least April 2023 here.
If you prefer to download that carryover list in Excel format, you can find that here.



Stampin’ Up! has added NEW ITEMS to our Clearance Rack, including the dies that were offered during the Perfect Partners Promotion! Whoo-hoo!!

With discounts up to 60% off, you can get the die sets that coordinate with still-available stamp sets at a great price!

This is an amazing chance to pick up the Perfect Partners dies and Clearance Rack products (available while supplies last!!) – and
…don’t forget the coordinating stamps!

Here’s a link to my Online Store and the Last Chance Sale!  Happy shopping & Saving! 😎😎😎

Get the Stampin’ Up! Products Used in this Project:  You’ll also want the On the Farm Bundle, coordinating free Day at the Farm DSP, Real Red & Burlap Ribbon and Enamel Essential Dots pack! 

Card Cuts Used in This Project:

Cherry Cobbler Cardstock: 5 1/2″ x 11″ (card base, scored and folded at 5 1/2″)

Soft Suede Cardstock: 3 3/8″ x 4 5/8″ (x2 – mats for DSP panels on front); 4″ x 5 1/4″ (mat for inner liner); On the Farm die cut windmills

Mossy Meadow Cardstock: On the Farm die cut “hills” (x2)

Basic White Cardstock: Third-From-Smallest Stylish Shapes Die cut circle (front sentiment); 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″(inner liner)

Day at the Farm DSP:  4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ (plaid card front panel); 3 1/4″ x 4 1/2″ (x2 – DSP panels on front); 2 1/4″ x 6″ (envelope flap)

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Finn Fan Fix 


Licking the plate after you parents get done is a good thing!

And when you’re done – there’s nothing wrong with taking a little rest.



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8 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! A Day on the Farm Sneak Peek Masculine Card with Video Tutorial

  1. I like this card. As you said, nice masculine one. Glad you all got to the opening of the new store and Finn made some new conquests!

    • stampsnlingers

      He did, for sure! It was a good day for him! 🙂 Thanks, julie! 🙂

  2. Really love your card layout and love the paper! 🙂

    Finn looks very content!

    • stampsnlingers

      He’s a happy boy – especially after licking the color off a plate!! 🙂 Thanks, Carol! 🙂

  3. Such a fun card! Love that little windmill! And yeah, nothing better than a little rest on the plate after spending 20 minutes getting every last crumb off it. 😉

  4. Lisa H

    Do you have any ideas on how to use the curlicue die in the set? It looks like it should go with the sheep?

    • stampsnlingers

      Hey Lisa – I haven’t tried that one yet – but…that would be my guess! I’d say that you’d cut out the sheep and then run it thru with the curly-cut die in place to make it look wooly! But – I’ll give that one a go here and see if that’s right! 🙂

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