HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013, EVERYONE!
How does a new Stampin Up Purse Card Design sound to you? Well, I have one for you. Listening to my readers and customers who have stated they want new card designs, I have created for you a Stampin Up Purse Card Design. This purse card can be made with any color of card stock or designer series paper. My instructions below for making the card describe the card stock and designer series paper that I used.
Also, the purse card has a new flower design for you!
STAMPIN UP SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR THE STAMPIN UP PURSE CARD DESIGN: (if you chose to make the purse card identical to mine):
Stamp Set: Itty Bitty Banners (126257)
Paper: Basic Black Card Stock (121045 – one 8-1/2″ x 11″ and a 4″ x 7″ scrap piece), Cherry Cobbler Card Stock (119685), Very Vanilla Card Stock (101650), and Mocha Morning Designer Series Paper (retired)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler Classic (126966)
Accessories: Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439), Simply Scored Stylus (125624), Sticky Strip (104294), Crystal Effects (101055), Paper Snips (103579), Bigz Clear Large Scallop Square Die (115950), VersaMarker Watercolor Pen (non-SU), Black Embossing Powder (109133), Elegant Bouquet Embossing Folder (115964), Heat Gun of your choice, Cherry Cobbler 3-1/2″ Scalloped Tulle Ribbon (127841), Bigz L Perfect Pennants Die (123126), Bitty Banners Framelits (129267), Antique Brad (117273), and Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine (123125).
If you followed these instructions and made the card, you now have a beautiful Stampin Up Purse Card that is worthy of a very special recipient!
Last week I posted a video featuring the first version of my new Guneaux Designs Sliced Rock Technique. That version, discussed in this previous post, is called "Guneaux Designs Sliced Rock Technique - Unpolished". Today's version is called "Guneaux Designs Sliced Rock Technique - Polished". The YouTube video LINK for this technique is posted below.
This beautiful card below has a fold that I created and is different from any I have seen. It may be “out there”; I just have not seen it.
Note the ribbon that ties the card closed. The ribbon is the new Gumball Green 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon, and it is great to work with! I looooove the feel of the new Satin Ribbons!
This picture below is a closeup of the card’s element (the flower) that I created with my new technique. In the video below, you can see better how the element is “polished”.
This is the first portion of the card’s inside:
This is the second portion of the card’s inside:
Stamping With Guneaux Designs by Beverly Polen
I was playing around with my Stampin’ Up! rubber stamp supplies recently and developed a rubber stamping technique that I call the Sliced Rock Technique. The rubber stamping technique is demonstrated in the video below.
I’m sure you’ve seen how beautiful sliced rock can be with various patterns and colors. I think the most beautiful ones have a center pattern that is repeated in the outer layers in varying colors. You can find images of sliced rock here, if interested.
Stamping With Guneaux Designs
I hope you try this rubber stamping technique!