I just realised that there are only 6 days of Sale-a-Bration left!!! This month has just flown by.
These are the cards that we've been making in this month's Stamp-a-Stacks, using the Polka Dot punches Sale-a-Bration set. We used the same 3 pieces of cardstock, plus some punched elements, and made 4 very different cards:
I think they're pretty self-explanatory. I hadn't used this colour combination before, but I like the way they look together. I'm getting the most out of my In Colors before they retire!
The stamp set is "Polka Dot Punches" which I'm loving more and more ...do you like the way I stamped a Wild Wasabi flower and cut all but 2 of the petals off to turn it into leaves? (in the card, top-right). In that same card, I also did small cuts along the Wild Wasabi strip to make 'grass'. The stem is just a row of dots, drawn with the fine point of a Garden Green marker. I used the edge of a ribbon spool as a template to make it curved.
You can earn this stamp set for free, but you only have until 28th February. There are 4 sets to choose from, each one is free with a $100 order. You can see them all HERE. Just email me with your order!
Materials (all Stampin' Up!)
stamps: Polka Dot Punches, Sincere Salutations
ink: Versamark, Wild Wasabi, Soft Sky, Groovy Guava, So Saffron, Close to Cocoa
card: Wild Wasabi, Soft Sky, Groovy Guava, So Saffron, Close to Cocoa
punches: Scallop Circle, 1 1/4" circle, 3/4" circle, 1/2" circle, 5-petal flower, Spring Bouquet
other: Wild Wasabi double-stitched ribbon, Dimensionals, Earth Elements markers
Ilove these cards that you have made Marelle - I cant believe I am the first to comment! Love the layout and the clever way youve done them! Lisa Martin BrisbaneReplyDelete
Thanks Marelle, now that song is stuck in my head too!!!!ReplyDelete
Do love the cards however, thanks for sharing such clever techniques and layouts.
love the colour combo, and I particuarly like the punching and layering of the top right card :DReplyDelete
Fabulous combo in colours Marelle and the punchings look great! TFSReplyDelete
These are terrific, I had a really good look at your blog the other day and got some terrific ideas for workshops of my own, thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
These cards look so nice and fresh. Love the colour combo, just beautiful.ReplyDelete
You are definitely the Stamp A Stack Queen! These are soooo nice and I bet your girls loved them!
I've got a SAS on this weekend and I'm using your designs (thanks for letting me!lol)!! My ladies will love them I know.