Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Update Tuesday December 10, 2019 - Peaceful Poppies Suite

Hello!

Welcome to today's Update Tuesday, the day where I share what Stampin' UP!® shares with me!  
Today's inspirational photo in my Succeed Weekly email is so fun.  And it stars my favorite suite from the January Mini Catalog, the Peaceful Poppies Suite.  So of course I was ready to make these cards before I even saw the post, hahaha.  

Here is the photo that Stampin' UP!® shared with us...
Image © Stampin' UP!®

Does this inspire you?  It certainly inspired me!  I want to make everything shown here and hang the banner in my crafting area!  I will say that I am off to a good start.  I made two of the cards from this photo.  The mini birthday card on the right and the skinny thank you note card right next to it!  

I couldn't make just one, I had to go for two!  I hope today's post gives you as much inspiration for the upcoming January Mini Catalog as it gave me.  Here are my cards...


Aren't these just adorable!  And super easy to make!  I've even taken a photo of each on individually so you can see each one up close!  



Which one is your favorite one?  I can't choose.  They are both so stinkin' cute!
If you have a favorite, leave a comment and let me know!




Here is the video link for my email subscribers: https://youtu.be/OTErSSYNc7Q

I appreciate you being a part of my Stampin' Journey!
I live & love to inspire you!

THANK YOU! 
valeriesmith.stampinup.net


Measurements & Instructions- Thank You Card

  1. Cut a piece of Thick Whisper White Card Stock 5in. x 5in, and score at 2 1/2in. and fold on score line.
  2. Cut a piece of Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper 2 1/2in. x 5in. and adhere to the front of the card using Snail Adhesive.
  3. Using the Stitched Rectangle Dies cut a 1 1/4in. x 3 1/4in. stitched rectangle from Whisper White Card Stock.
  4. Using your Poppy Parade and Old Olive Stampin' Write Markers color/ink the floral image shown in the photo, from the Painted Poppies stamp set,  and stamp onto the Whisper White stitched rectangle.
  5. Stamp the small ink splat stamp in Poppy Parade ink over the flower, stamping off once first.
  6. Adhere stitched rectangle to front of card using Stampin' Dimensionals.
  7. Tie bow with a piece of Blackberry Bliss Nature's Twine around the card on the left side of the stitched rectangle.
  8. Cut a piece of Blackberry Bliss card stock 3/4in. x 2 1/4in and stamp the "Thank You" sentiment from the Peaceful Moments Stamp Set in Versamark Ink.  Sprinkle with White Stampin' Emboss Powder and heat set with Heat Tool. Adhere to the front of card using Snail adhesive where it lays over the stitched rectangle and one Mini Stampin' Dimensional on each end...it will make sense when you view the video.  😀 Voila!
Measurements & Instructions - Mini Happy Birthday Card
  1. Cut a piece of Old Olive Card Stock 6in. x 3in., score at 3in., and fold on the score line.
  2. Cut a piece of Whisper White Card Stock 2 7/8in. x 2 7/8in.  Stamp the floral image with all of the mini poppies in Old Olive Ink.  Then stamp the large ink splat in Poppy Parade Ink, stamping off once before you stamp over the poppies.   Then stamp the large ink splat in Old Olive Ink one the stems and leaves, stamping off once first.
  3. Attach your stamped Whisper White Card Stock to the front of the card using Snail Adhesive.
  4. Cut a piece of Vellum card stock 1in. x 2in, and adhere to the front of the card using Snail Adhesive.
  5. Die cut a Whisper White Card Stock label using the Painted Labels Dies.  Stamp "Happy Birthday" from the Peaceful Moments Stamp Set in Poppy Parade Ink and adhere over the top of the Vellum Card Stock, making sure it peeks out from the bottom of the label.  Then trim the right end of the label off so it is even with the card...look at photo to see this.
  6. Tie a bow using Linen Thread and adhere it to the left end of the label using a Mini Glue Dot.
  7. Using Mini Glue Dots adhere some Peaceful Poppies Sequins to the front of the card.  I used three sequins. Voila!



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