Another Magazine Case
Today I am sharing with you some old and some new product in a card which I cased from the magazine Stampin’ Up! publishes for demonstrators. I made this card to showcase some product that is new to the market. In fact it was released yesterday! Sorry I didn’t make it on here to show you then. So check out the link on my blog to the new Occasions Catalogue and also the gorgeous Sale-A-Bration catalogue. If you don’t have a demonstrator, then feel free to contact me for a copy of these publications.
Anyway onto my card! I stamped the large dotted image from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set onto Whisper White card using Coastal Cabana ink. I stamped the balloons from the Sketched Birthday stamp set onto the Whisper White card using two new ink pads from the Occasions Catalogue. These are Rose Coral and Yellow Citris ColorBox Chalk ink. I also stamped the balloons onto Blushing Bride card using the Rose Coral ColorBox Chalk ink and onto So Saffron card using the Yelllow Citris ColorBox Chalk ink, cut them out and attached the cut images over the stamped images using dimensionals. I then used a Banner Framelit Die to cut the new Chalkboard Paper – yes Chalkboard paper. How exciting! The greeting comes from a Sale-A-Bration stamp set called Big Day (FREE with a qualifying order) and is stamped onto the Chalkboard Paper banner using Aquamarine ColorBox Chalk ink. I stamped my image using the Stamp-a-ma-Jig to position it and without removing the “T” piece stamped it again to give it a little more depth of colour.
Once the banner was attached to the card front I wrapped it with Basic Black 1/8″ Tafetta Ribbon and tied a bow. The image panel is attached to scored and folded Coastal Cabana card. I also added four Basic Rhinestones to the card front just for fun.
To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the balloon images once again using Rose Coral and Yellow Citris ColorBox inks. I masked the balloons and then stamped the dotted image from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set over the top using Coastal Cabana ink.
Thanks, once again, to Stampin’ Up! for all the inspiration and don’t forget to check out the new catalogue for all the fantastic new product. As always the catalogues are loaded with inspiration.
Bye for now,