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Thursday, 7 July 2016

Sweet & Sassy Pop of Paradise Quick Cards using Stampin' Up! Products UK

Today, I am sharing with you a selection of cards that I have made using the Pop of Paradise Stamp Set from Stampin' Up!
These cards are super easy and super fast to make, and the Black and Melon Mambo Contrast with the White, is just so dramatic. I used less than 1/2 sheet, from 3 different papers in the Pop of Pink DSP Pack. So they are cost effective to make too.
I used a selection of Nesting Dies, containing either Ovals, Hearts or Circles. You could use Circle punches if you have them
Scroll down for the tutorial


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STAMP SET
POP OF PARADISE

CARDSTOCK/IK PADS
BASIC BLACK
WHISPER WHITE
MELON MAMBO

DIES
SWEET & SASSY
lAYERING OVALS
LAYERING CIRCLES

DESIGNER SERIES PAPER (DSP)
POP OF PINK

ACCESORIES
STITCHED SATIN RIBBON

TOOLS
BIG SHOT
MAGNETIC PLATFORM
STAMPIN TRIMMER
PAPER SNIPS
BONE FOLDER
ACRYLIC BLOCKS

ADHESIVES
TOMBOW LIQUID GLUE
STAMPIN DIMENSIONALS
MINI GLUE DOTS
Watch the Video Below



Tutorial

  1. trim a piece of Basic Black Cardstock to 30 x 10.5 cms (A6 CARD BASE)' score at 14.9 cms; fold & burnish
  2. Trim a piece of Pop of Pink Designer Series Paper to 14.4 x 10.1 cms & adhere to the card base.Trim a piece of contrasting DSP to 2 x 14.4 cns (just use the reverse side of the paper you have mounted onto the card base), and adhere the strip down one side of the card front
  3. Stamp the sentiment of your choice using Archival Black Ink Pad, and select either the Sweet & Sassy,Layering Circles or Layering Ovals Framelits Mount onto your card front, and that is the asic card made. Now go have some fun and make a selection of cards yourself.

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