#GDP250 and ctd603 Two-fer with a Split Card

It’s true, another Forever Fern card for this two-fer. The Color Throwdown #603 challenge calls for green, orange, and yellow. I used Garden Green, Pumpkin Pie, and Daffodil Delight. When paired with the Global Design Project #250 sketch challenge the colors create a completely different look to the Forever Fern stamps. Since I used the split card technique, I have a mirror image card I can use another day in another way.

Here’s my card:

Here are the challenge banners:

This technique is one of the easiest ways to get two cards out of one stamping time. Start with 1/2 sheet of cardstock, in this case I used white cardstock cut to 5-1/2 inches by 8-1/2 inches. I very, very lightly scored this piece at 4-1/4 inches just enough to see the exact middle of the cardstock. Then, I started stamping. When you get a design with which you are happy, simply cut on the 4-1/4 inch line. Ta-da! Two card fronts. I keep my other half of the card front in the back sleeve on the stamp set.

I took the picture on the left after I trimmed the piece on the right for the card front, which explains why the green leaves are off. The picture on the right shows how snug the other half of the card fits in the back sleeve of the stamp case.

Split Card Technique: Measurements

The Garden Green card base measures 5-1/2 inches by 8-1/2 inches, scored at 4-1/4 inches.

I used a piece of the 2020 Garden Green 6 x 6 DSP for the background of the card. This piece measures 4-1/4 inches by 5-1/2 inches. When picking the DSP patterns for both the green and orange mats, I decided I needed very subtle patterns so they wouldn’t clash with the Forever Fern stamped images.

While I originally thought I’d use Daffodil Delight DSP for the tilted DSP mat, I ended up using Pumpkin Pie. I wanted that tilted mat to pop off the green background mat, and the Pumpkin Pie did that much more than the yellow. The Pumpkin Pie DSP is cut to 4-7/8 inches by 3-7/8 inches.

Finally, I trimmed the white stamped cardstock to 4-78 inches by 3-7/8 inches for the outside. I also cut a piece of white for the inside of the card to 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches.

While I was using the paper trimmer, I cut a piece of the Pumpkin Pie DSP to 6 inches by 2-5/8 inches for the envelope flap.

Split Card Technique: Directions

I wanted the green for the largest stamp because the leaves spread out, but the dark color would be prominent. Daffodil Delight was used on the seven leaf stamp. I used Pumpkin Pie for the round berries/cotton pod looking stamp.

  • Starting with the green stamp, I alternated stamping it on the right and left of my center line score. I thought it was easier to work from the bottom up along the center line. I added the all the stamps along the bottom after I’d stamped everything else.
  • Next, I stamped the yellow leaves. I really tried to fill in-between the green sprays of leaves going up and out from the center line.
  • Then, I stamped the Pumpkin Pie round pods. Once again, I tried to have them go up the center, but also spray in towards the center of the cardstock.
  • Finally, I went back and filled in the stamps along the bottom of the card so they would all surround the sentiment.
  • I wanted to have one of each color stamp on the front, bottom left corner of the envelope, so I stamped that while I had the stamps and ink pads out.
  • The white inside panel has one of each of the colored stamps in the bottom right-hand corner.
  • I used the large THANK YOU from the Ornate Thanks stamp set for the sentiment. Using my Stamparatus made masking and placing the two parts of the stamp much, much easier.
  • The inside sentiment, from the bottom of my heart, also from Ornate Thanks, is stamped in the middle of the white cardstock inside panel.
Cropping and Assembly
  • I cropped the sentiment panel using a rectangle stitched die. Just like the sentiment, I played around with the size of the die but didn’t take pictures as I did it. Explaining the easy process in writing really needs accompanying pictures. Next time I’ll remember. I put dimensionals under the sentiment panel.
  • The bold sentiment and colors needed a bold mat. I used a Stitched So Sweetly die and cropped it from the Garden Green DSP. It was a stroke of genius luck that the cropped sentiment rectangle fit perfectly on the rectangle of the mat. I also put dimensionals under the mat.
  • Just a note: I cropped the Stitched So Sweetly mat from the DSP I used for the background of the card. Since no one can see the whole center section of that DSP, there’s no reason not to use it for the sentiment mat.
  • Finally, I assembled all the elements of the card using the multipurpose liquid adhesive for the mats and layers. Even with a double layer of dimensionals on the sentiment, it will still fit in a medium SU! envelope for the standard amount of postage.
  • After adhering and trimming the DSP to the envelope flap, I had completed this coordinated card/envelope set.

As always, thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. I’d also love to hear what you think, and greatly appreciate every comment.

Have a Peachy Day!

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Poppies, a Birthday, and ctd601

The Color Throwdown #601 challenge for this week includes the generic colors orange, green, pink, and burgundy. Part of what I really enjoy with the ctd challenges is that the colors are generic. Therefore, there’s so much variety of colors used in the gallery cards. I chose Terracotta Tile, Just Jade, Petal Pink, and Merry Merlot.

Here’s my card:

Here’s the challenge banner:

Field of Poppies

Once I had my color choices, the rest of the card just fell into place. I really like this field of poppies stamp but knew I didn’t want to just have it at the bottom of the card. Therefore, I grabbed the Flowers for Every Season DSP and pulled the vine pattern and trimmed it down to 2 inches high.

I’d already stamped the poppies at the bottom of a piece of white cardstock, which explains how I knew I needed something else on the bottom.

The Merry Merlot base is 4-1/4 inches x 5-1/2 inches. I stepped down the Just Jade mat to 4-1/8 inches x 5-3/8 inches. I trimmed the Just Jade DSP to 2 inches x 4-1/8 inches. The white DSP is trimmed to 4 inches x 3-1/4 inches, which would give me just enough to overlap the DSP.

I stamped the poppie fields from Painted Poppies twice across the white cardstock using Momemto Tuxedo Black ink and then let it completely dry before I started coloring. I used the Terracotta Tile marker to control the bleeding.

Then, I needed to make a decision about some sort of texture on the white cardstock. At first I thought I would dry emboss it, but then changed my mind. I wound up using the splotch stamp from the Forever Fern to stamp the Petal Pink. After inking the splotch, I stamped it three times before re-inking. The different hues create depth and texture on the card.

Putting the Card Together

Next, I started putting the card together, and started with the white cardstock and DSP. Once I’d adhered those two pieces together, I moved onto the ribbon.

Since I am incredibly bow-challenged right now, I only trusted myself to tie a square knot. Therefore, I wrapped the Petal Pink organdy striped ribbon around the Just Jade base and simply tied it. I actually like that because the knot doesn’t overwhelm the bottom of the card.

I am all about saving cardstock when I can. Therefore, I cropped the scalloped circle for the sentiment from the Merry Merlot bottom layer, before adhering it of course. The sentiment on the front and inside of the card came from the SAB Sending You Thoughts stamp set. I used Merry Merlot to stamp the front and inside sentiments on white. Then, I cropped the sentiment using the medium circle from the Stitched Shapes die set. I kept the retired tiny paperclips from a couple of years ago and used that to help attach the sentiment to the top of the DSP. Multipurpose liquid adhesive is keeping the sentiment layer at the angle I wanted.

I adhered the front of the card to the Just Jade layer, and then adhered that to the Merry Merlot. Then I, attached all the layers to the front of the white card base. I’d stamped the inside sentiment at the same time I stamped the front. To add interest, I stamped part of the poppy field on the bottom corner of the inside. After letting it completely dry, I colored those poppies in Terracotta Tile as well.

Final Touches

As long as I was already coloring, I stamped some of the poppies on the bottom left corner of the front of the envelope. They also were colored in Terracotta Tile.

I used a 2-5/8 inch x 6 inch piece of the vine DSP to cover the flap of the envelope. Usually, at this point, I would consider myself finished. However, the more I looked at the front of the card, the more I thought I needed something else.

I’ve used the fine tip glue pen to “color” the poppies on the front of the card. The trick with that is to let the glue really, really dry completely before touching it. Therefore, I left it on my desk and went to bed.

Here’s are close-ups of the now “enameled” poppies:

When I first saw the four colors, I really thought they wouldn’t work together. However, work together they did.

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Make My Monday #125 and ctd598 – Two Cards, Circle Stencils

Welcome to the Make My Monday challenge # 125, which is all about using stencils. Until very recently, I didn’t even realize that I only have the hearts and stars Stampin’ Up! stencils, which retired a few years ago. The stars stencil would have been very helpful when trying to create this card for the InKing Royalty blog hop last week. Anyway, I really struggled with a stencil card and have two of the four cards I started ready to share with you today.

Make My Monday Challenge #125

Here’s my card:

This challenge requires stencils. After creating the ctd#598 card described below, I again used the negative space from the largest circle die in the Layering Circles die set. This time, I sponged the inner part of the circle using Pear Pizazz. When I started dry-fitting the cropped pieces over the sponged circle, I decided that I needed more stenciled images. Therefore, I used the negative space around the Forever Fern leave dies. So, I sponged a Pretty Peacock and Shaded Spruce leaves in three places around the circle.

While I was dry-fitting pieces, I realized the card needed ribbon. Therefore, I added the Mint Macaron ribbon around the center of the card, and all the layers went under that ribbon. I used my Xyron to get adhesive on the back of the vellum leaves cropped from the same die set. Looking back, I probably shouldn’t have done that. Looking back, I also decided that I probably should have added texture to the white cardstock. Then, I just needed to add the various layers and the sentiment.

I left the inside blank so a personalized note could be written on the inside. Finally, I added a piece of the Forever Greenery DSP to the envelope flap, which finished off this card/envelope set.

Color Throwdown challenge # 598

The colors for the Color Throwdown challenge #598 includes white, gold, pink, and aqua. I used these colors with the negative part of three sizes of circle punches.

Here’s that card:

Although I later realized I didn’t need to, I first masked off the center of the front of the card. Since I decided to add a strip of Whisper White to the middle of the card I really didn’t need to mask it off, but it helped figuring out the stenciling of the negative circle spaces.

What I Did:

After masking the center, I used the three negative circle stencils and sponges to sponge in a variety of circle sizes using Magenta Madness, Balmy Blue and the Delicata Gold ink pad. Sponging the gold required many layers of sponging just to get the circles I have on the card. Then, I stamped another circle of gold on a piece of scrap white and stamped it with the heart balloon stamp from the Special Someone stamp set.

Next, I stamped the raccoon and balloon string in Momento Tuxedo black on more scraps of white cardstock. Using the Special Day dies, I cropped the raccoon, heart balloon, and string pieces.

The next thing I did was to crop two pieces of Balmy Blue 6 x 6 DSP for the grass. The first piece is adhered directly onto the middle white section piece of cardstock. Then I adhered the raccoon to the first piece of DSP and added dimensionals to the second piece of grass. The dimensionals allowed me to pop up the second piece of grass so it appears that the raccoon is standing in the grass.

A mini-dimensional pops up the heart balloon. Next, I adhered the string to the raccoon and the balloon using liquid adhesive.

I used the Special Someone stamp set for the sentiments on the front of the card. Then, I layered the card front on the same Balmy Blue DSP, and used Magenta Madness for the bottom mat.

The Inside

The card base is white, as is the mat layer I trimmed for the inside. In order to create some border between the two layers of white, I used the Magenta Madness marker to outline the inside layer of white. I also stamped the raccoon on the inside with sentiments from the Sending You Thoughts stamp set.

After stamping the raccoon on the front bottom corner of the envelope, I adhered a piece of the Balmy Blue DSP to the flap. With that, I’d completed this card and envelope set.

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ctd595 and #GDP242 Combine for a Two-fer

I really enjoy pairing a sketch challenge with a color challenge. But, I have to say that my final card is nothing like what I thought I would create.

Here’s my card:

Here are the two challenge banners:

Bermuda Bay, Basic Black, and Whisper White

Since Color Throwdown already picked the three colors, I just had to chose a shade of turquoise. The color combination of Bermuda Bay, Basic Black, and Whisper White always seemed like a classic color combo, so my colors were set.

Like I said, the resulting card doesn’t resemble the card I started to create. However, I like the clean and simple outcome. I used Bermuda Bay for the base of the card. The bottom layer of the card front is Basic Black, with a layer of Bermuda Bay on top of that. Whisper White cardstock provides a very clean top layer. I used white Stampin’ Powder to emboss the sentiment from the Sending You Thoughts cling stamp set.

I created the Bermuda Bay center circle using a circle cropped from an uh-oh envelope and the negative over the white cardstock. Using my sponge brayer and the Bermuda Bay ink pad, I started inking the circle. I kept going around and around in a circular motion until I had a shaded circle I liked. While you can’t see it because of the sentiment banner, the center of the circle is lighter than the outside. The black scalloped border comes from a cropped inner circle and scalloped outer circle using the layering circles die set. The card I originally set out to create contained this center circle and scalloped frame.

I Wasn’t Going to do It, But I Did…

The Celebrate Sunflowers bundle came in handy for this card as well, as much as I thought I need to do something without using it. For this card, I only used the two leaves dies. I cropped three of the double leaf stem from vellum and three from Bermuda Bay. Next, I arranged them in a way that I thought would work and adhered them all down using the multipurpose liquid glue.

Using the triple banner punch, I punched out chevron ends of the black and DSP strips for the sentiment banner. If you don’t have this punch, you can always snip the chevrons. I’m just happier if I can get symmetrical ends.

The banner for the GDP challenge includes some sort of layer on the top and bottom of this horizontal card. I hope that the layers of black and Bermuda Bay kind of sort of fullfill that part of the sketch. The whole time I worked on this card, I kept trying different borders and nothing seemed to work. I finally decided that I would go with clean and simple and just move on.

After I cut a white inside layer for the card, I stamped “with a great big wish for happiness” also from Sending You Thoughts.

The only thing left was to trim down a piece of the Bermuda Bay 6 x 6 DSP for the envelope flap and this card/envelope coordinating set was finished.

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Celebrate Sunflowers for ctd594 & Fusion – Enough

Obviously, I am thoroughly enjoying my pre-order of the Celebrate Sunflowers cling stamp set bundle, available in the Stampin’ Up! 2020 – 2021 annual catalog. Seeing and pre-ordering new products is just one of the perks of being a SU! demo. The quality of the stamps themselves, including all the intricate details, is the reason I fell completely in love with SU! after purchasing my first stamp set, Lovely as a Tree. I still remember my excitement after using that set for the first time, and my DH does as well. Naturally, he kind of chuckled at me, which he still does when I get excited about new “toys”.

Color Throwdown #594 and Fusion – Enough

Last night I wanted to create another sunflower card, which led to browsing challenge blogs. The colors in ctd594 seemed perfect for sunflowers. Still unsure of a layout, I browsed more and found the Fusion – Enough challenge. I’d found my color combo and sketch combination.

Here’s my card:

Here are the challenge banners:

Combining Challenges for This Two-fer

The trio of colors for ctd594 includes yellow, gray, and white. Perfect for what I wanted to do. The colors I chose Crushed Curry, Basic Gray, and Whisper White.

Since I wanted a very deep, rich color I used the Stamp-a-ratus to stamp the sunflower in Crush Curry. The Stamp-a-ratus allowed me to stamp it multiple times without worrying about lining it up. After three stampings, I made sure to let the ink dry. While waiting just a minute or two, I cleaned off the stamp and grabbed my VersaMark and clear embossing powder. Next, I stamped the sunflower in VersaMark and quickly added the clear embossing powder. Next, I used my heat tool and let the magic happen. Finally, I cropped the flower using the Sunflower Die set. While I was cropping, I used the two dies of stems and cropped them out of vellum.

Using the sketch from the Fusion challenge made creating the rest of the card relatively easy. I used Basic Gray cardstock for the base of the card. The 2019 6 x 6 neutrals DSP gave me the Basic Gray strip down the side and the Smoky Slate banner behind the sentiment. Since I was trying to keep the card as clean as possible, I used the same pattern DSP for both colors.

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The Whisper White panel has been run through the Big Shot using the Subtle 3D embossing folder. If you do not yet have this 3D folder, you need to get it. I use it constantly. The very subtle texture lends itself perfectly to clean and simple cards.

Putting It All Together

After adhering the base, layer of white cardstock and the vertical strip on the left, I went back to the Fusion sketch for the placement of the flower and the sentiment element. I adhered the Bumblee and Smoky Slate banners directly onto the white cardstock. Because I wanted the sunflower to be the focal point, I used dimensionals to pop up the sunflower, which allowed me to slip the leaf stems underneath. Since the bottom of the stems won’t show, I could use the multipurpose liquid glue to attach them to the DSP and cardstock.

The sentiment, stamped in Basic Gray from the Celebrate Sunflowers stamp set, also has dimensionals on the right side to pop it up evenly with the sunflower. All I needed to add was liquid adhesive to the left side of the sentiment.

Finally, I added a piece of the Bumblee DSP to the flap of the envelope. Then I stamped part of the sunflower on the front left corner and I was done, I’d finished this coordinating card/envelope set.

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#ShareSunshine for ctd591 & FabFri188

This week, Stampin’ Up! surprised their demonstrators with a PDF set of COVID-19 sentiments. I immediately used them to create cards to send to my family. This sentiment is perfect for us because, like so many other people, we have been sharing locations with tp. When we find some, we pick up as much as allowed in order to share with other family members.

Since I incorporated two different color challenges, I used one sets of colors for five cards and another set for the other five. The layout is from a sketch challenge, but I missed the deadline for that.

I am having a terrible technical time with this post tonight. Hopefully, I will be able to post the challenge banners here instead of after my card.

Here are my cards:

Using What I Had Before It Retires

It’s pretty easy to see which card matches which color challenge. For each of the challenges, I used 6 x 6 DSP from the various color families. The mats used Bermuda Bay or Rich Razzleberry. Thankfully, I had retired ribbon in Bermuda Bay and Melon Mambo. In order to create a frame around the 6 x 6 DSP pieces, I used Basic Black mats.

When I printed the sentiments, I printed enough of the particular page with the tp sentiment. Isn’t it perfect?

The inside sentiment is shown below:

Cute! Appropriate, right?

When making multiple cards , I’ve found it much easier to do each element and then assembly line the card together. Therefore, I had little piles of DSP strips, sentiments cropped, ribbons,base cardstock, and black mats all cut out. I even had the dimensionals on the back of the sentiments done and they had their own pile. This allowed me to create the cards in chunks throughout my virtual teaching day in 5 minute breaks over two days. Easy Peasy really and truly.

What About the Greats?

After I had written and addressed all the cards, I thought I needed to send a card to each of my great-nieces and great-nephew.

Here are those cards:

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