This past weekend was spent in Rotorua at our annual Creative Inkers Stamp Camp. We had a great time together – about 50 of us – and were taught some amazing projects. I still need to take photos of these so will share them with you soon. If you would like to be part of this amazing creative team now is the perfect time to join Stampin’ Up!. Not only will you receive your Starter Kit of NZD$285 worth of product for just NZD$189 you’ll receive the Mini Paper Cutter, a 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper sampler plus your choice of a stamp set from a current catalogue (host sets and Sale-A-Bration sets excluded). Check out my Promotions page to find out more about this offer. I’d love to hear from you and have you join my team.
Now on to today’s project featuring the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper and a fun fold.
This card uses a 6″ x 6″ pieces of DSP which has been trimmed down to 14cm high x 6″ wide (sorry for the mix in measurements). I then pencil mark about 1 3/4″ or 2″ from the top and bottom on the left hand side (depending on the sentiment I’ll use). I then cut from the top right to the top pencil mark on the left and then again from bottom right to lower pencil mark on the left.
The DSP is then scored at 9.6cm to create the ‘fold out’ flap. The background mat has been cut in Blackberry Bliss using the new Stitched So Sweetly dies from page 20 of the Mini Catalogue. The sentiment on the front and the image on the inside have been die cut using the next size down. The sentiment is from the Peaceful Moments set and the image is from the Painted Poppies set.
The sentiment on the front and the image on the inside have been die cut using the next size down. The sentiment is from the Peaceful Moments set and the image is from the Painted Poppies set. The card base is Blackberry Bliss with a mat of Pool Party.
I was able to use one of the ‘off cut’ corners trimmed down for the inside of the card. The sentiment is also from the Peaceful Moments set – this is my favourite sentiment set.
Well that’s all for now – until next time …