Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending a Canadian Stampin’ Up! conference in Toronto. It was lots of fun and I learned a ton from other Canadian demonstrators. It was a full two days but we did manage to squeeze in a bit of stamping time:)
We created 3 cards using the That’s the Tag stamp set from the Occasions catalogue. To be honest, I had no interest in this set before creating these cards. Isn’t that the way with so many stamp sets… you need to see something created using it before you want it! The first card we created was this thank you card – isn’t it cute?!
The second one was this congrats card. What I love about these three cards is they all use the same basic supplies with just a bit of variation. I’ll list the supplies below.
And the third card was a hello card. Alison Okimitsu designed the cards and I love how she used all the same package of dsp (Pop of Pink), same punch and both metallic doily colors and sizes! What a great use of supplies. Think of how many cards you could create without having to have a ton of supplies!
Stamps: That’s the Tag (#142918)
Inks: Melon Mambo (#126948); Old Olive (#126953); Memento Black (#132708); Pumpkin Pie (#126945)
Cardstock: Whisper White (#100730); Melon Mambo (#115320); Old Olive (#100702); Pumpkin Pie (#105117); Pop of Pink DSP (#141648); Silver Foil (#132178)
Tools/Embellishments: 1-3/4″ Circle Punch (#119850); Blender Pens (#102845); Brights Sequins (#138389); Metallic Doilies (#138392); Big Shot Die Cut Machine (#143263); Lucky Stars embossing folder (#135817)
Have a creative weekend!
Order at least $60 through my online store or join the Treasure Stampers team,
in January, and you will receive the Dragonfly Dreams tutorial
absolutely free ($24.95 value). The tutorial includes a supply list and
step by step instructions, with measurements, to create these three
cards created using the Dragonfly Dreams bundle and the Delicate Details
SAB stamp set.