Enjoy these fun Stampin' Up! greeting card ideas! They were all swapped at the last Fine Line get-together.
This cute kid's card made with the Blast Off stamp set is by Bree LeMire. Isn't this a great birthday card to give a kid with the creature in the spaceship? Notice the Chevron Folder used on of the background pieces. The stars were stamped with the Illuminate Glimmer Watermark Stamping Pad.
Jessica Burtman made this adorable baby card with the Two by Two stamp, one of the single stamps that Stampin' Up! offers. She used three of the in colors (Midnight Muse, Summer Starfruit, and Gumball Green) and co-ordinating 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon. Noah's Ark was then water colored. To make this a fun birthday card for a young child, just mask the "congratulations" and use a "happy birthday" stamp……or put ribbon or an accent piece of card stock to cover those words.
I love the simplicity of this beautiful autumn card by Lisa Wellman. She used my all time favorite autumn stamp set: French Foliage. The Victoria Crochet Trim tied with a piece of Linen Thread are elegant touches. I like all the white space on this card with the stamps randomly place down the left side. The "thank you" is from the Curly Cute word set.
Here is a great "scrap card" by Dee McNamara. She used bits of paper from the Floral District Designer Series Paper and turned them into banners by punching the ends with a square punch placed sideways on the strips of paper. These were then sponged along the edges and layered on the card. The words are from the Best of Everything stamp set and the ribbon accent is made with the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch.
I love the bright blues in this card (alos by Dee McNamara) from the Best of Everything stamp set. She used Baja Breeze, Island Indigo, and Night of Navy and that color combination really pops.
Do you enjoy looking at cards as much as I do. I can look at the same cards on different days and notice totally different details about them and get inspired in totally different ways! That never ceases to amaze me. I love looking at cards online, but even more, I like looking at them in my hand. That is one of my favorite things about being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. Email me and ask me about that and other benefits about joining my team. I love questions!
I hope you have found some inspiration today in this fun assortment of Stampin' Up! greeting card ideas!
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