July Rewards Cards

Hello My Dear Stamping Friends,

I hope you enjoy the July rewards cards.  I love them, as always.

If you’d like to place an order, it isn’t too late to receive your own packet of four card kits.  I mailed some of them out this morning.

If you would like to place an order and if it isn’t over $150 or a club order, please use my July host code:  QAGK4VMX. To place an order, visit www.stampinlady.com and click on Shop Now Shop Here.

If you’d like to take a look at the new kit program, click on Shop Now, Shop Here, click on the three little lines in the upper left corner, click on Shop Products, Kits Collection, Card Kits and you’ll be able to see them.  They’re adorable; two of our granddaughters and I made five of the kits up while we were camping in Dillon and we had a great time doing them.  They’d also make great gifts.

Please let me know if you have any questions; call or text 303-888-1862.

Thank you so much!  Have a great day!

Expressions in Ink Shaded Spruce Card

Swap by Cara Payzant

You have a set of three strips of Expressions in Ink designer paper; it was cut from one piece so that you can match the design if you want to.  Attach these strips to the front of the card base.  This dsp is unavailable for ordering right now.  Please let me know if you want me to email or text you when it becomes available again.

The white flower die cut shows stamped flowers, which we couldn’t do for you.  You can leave them white or stamp them with a small flower if you don’t have the Artistically Inked bundle or suite.

The gold leaves that I sent you are all in one piece; you can cut them apart if you want to or use them as they are.  The leaves on the sample are from the Expressions in Ink ephemera pack listed below.

The white greeting piece and the little piece of gold stripes are attached with dimensionals.

This is a card that I received as a swap on the Maui trip.

Supplies used include:

Artistically Inked bundle, 97
Shaded Spruce card stock, 122
8 ½ x 5 ½
Basic White card stock, 123
5 ¼ x 4
4 ¼ x 3 5/8
3 x 1
Expressions in Ink designer paper, 131, flap 6 x 2 3/8
Front: 3 ¾ x 5 ¼, cut into 3 strips in width to 1 ¼
Gold strip dsp, 3 x ½
Gold foil: enough to cut leaves, 135  (or ephemera pack listed below)
Expressions in Ink ephemera pack, 141
Glue dots, 167

 Pansy Petals Papaya Card

Swap from Diane Carr

The shape of your pansy front piece is different than the one shown.  This die is retired so we chose a current one and I think it’s even cuter.  The oval is Stitched Ovals dies.

There are dimensionals under the white rectangle and the die cut.

The ribbon is attached with a glue dot.

Supplies used include:

Pansy Patch bundle, 29
Pale Papaya card stock, 123
8 ½ x 5 ½
Evening Evergreen card stock, 123
4 x 2 ¾
4 x 1
Basic White card stock, 123
5 ¼ x 4
3 ¼ x 1 ¾
Pansy Petals designer paper, 132
2 ½ x 4
2 ½ x 1 ½ for oval
Pale Papaya stamp pad, 123
Evening Evergreen stamp pad, 123
Cameo Coral stamp pad, 123
Dimensionals, 167
Evening Evergreen ribbon, 139
Glue dots, 167
Scalloped Contour dies, 158
Pierced Bloom dies, 165

 

Evergreen Elegance Christmas Card

 

Swap by Jodi Reinert

I love this card—I think the embossing folder and the shimmer vellum are so beautiful.

Banner the ends of your ribbon and then start assembling.

There are dimensionals under the Shimmer vellum.

Add the red diamonds and you’re all set.

The trees on the envelope and inside are stamped with Evening Evergreen ink.

Supplies used include:

Evergreen Elegance stamp set, 91
Soft Succulent card stock, 123
8 ½ x 5 ½
Evening Evergreen card stock, 123
5 ½ x 3 ¼
Cherry Cobbler card stock, 122
4 ¼ x 2 ¾
Basic White card stock,123
5 ¼ x 4
2 x ¾
4 x 1 (for greeting die)
Shimmer Vellum, 135
2 ¼ x 1
Tidings of Christmas designer paper, 89
1 ¼ x 5 ½
6 X 2 3/8
Evening Evergreen stamp pad. 123
Dimensionals, 167
Red Diamonds, 142
Stitched So Sweetly dies, 166
Vine Design dies, retired, sorry
Wintry embossing folder, 155

 

Fresh Freesia or Polished Pink Card

Swap by Lisa Brown

Assemble card as shown.

Add ribbon wrapped around the Fresh Freesia or Polished Pink layer and designer paper.  Tie knot.

Attach the leaves using glue dots and then add the flowers using glue dots or glue.

Add the greeting attaching with dimensionals.

Supplies used include:

Art Gallery stamp set, 13 (greeting)
Free as a Bird stamp set, 83 (envelope and inside)
Fresh Freesia or Polished Pink card stock, 123
8 ½ x 5 ½
5 ¼ x 4
3 ½ x 1 ½
Highland Heather, 123; or Melon Mambo card stock, 122 for die cut flowers
4 x 2 or scraps
Soft Succulent card stock, 123 for leaves
5 ½ x 2 1/8 or scraps
In Color designer paper, 134
4 x 4 ¼
Fresh Freesia or Polished Pink pad, 123
Soft Succulent pad, 123
Evening Evergreen or Polished Pink ribbon, 139
Glue dots, 167
Diamonds, 142
Green glue, 167
Basic Border dies, 162
Pierced Bloom dies, 165, leaves
Quiet Meadow dies, 160, greeting label die
Many Layered Blossoms dies, flowers

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