Hello, and welcome back! It's time for another Fancy Friday Blog Hop with my fancy friends (all current or former members of the Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team). You'll love all of the wonderful ideas you see on this hop, so be sure to circle all the way around. We also have a Pinterest board that you can follow. You might have just arrived from Sue's blog, and I'm sure you loved her fun cards!
For this month's theme, we decided to show you several projects that you can make with the new Memories & More card packs and accessories. I'm using the Color Theory pack, which is focused on the seasons of the year. I decided to make a pocket page and also two cards to share.
I also used the Labeler Alphabet Stamps, the Letters for You Alphabet Stamps and Large Letters Framelits Dies, and the Banners for You Stamps and Bunch of Banners Framelits Dies to complete the card. The inks used are Real Red and Crushed Curry.
For this card, I stamped the heart from the Labeler Alphabet in Real Red ink at the bottom of the card and added journaling in black.
For the camera card, I added one of the white Glitter Enamel Dots to the blue camera.
And, here are the cards I made! These are super simple. I created Crumb Cake card bases for both of them.
I chose the floral card, matted it with Berry Burst Cardstock and adhered it to the card front. I added a piece of Berry Burst 1/2" Finely Woven Ribbon folded in half. The greeting is stamped in Soft Suede, die cut with an oval and matted with Crushed Curry Cardstock. It is adhered with Stampin' Dimensionals. I added three of the Glitter Enamel Dots to the centers of the flowers.
For this card, I matted the chair card with Crushed Curry cardstock, and adhered to the card front. To this piece of Berry Burst ribbon, I added a piece of Crushed Curry Solid Baker's Twine. I stamped this greeting in Berry Burst ink, matted it in Berry Burst cardstock and adhered with Stampin' Dimensionals. One more Glitter Enamel Dot completed the card.
Well, that is all for me today. Make sure you move on to the next stop on the hop at Connie's blog. You will be amazed by her projects.