As always the weekend just flew by. It was a good weekend though. My daughter was here with me all weekend and I got some projects finished. Lots of running around too! Busy but good. How about you? Did you do anything crafty this weekend? I’m hoping this week goes nice and smoothly, we’ll see! Before I get to today’s post I wanted to thank Dawn for choosing my card in the last Pals Paper Arts challenge! In some more cool news my Especially for You card for the Control Freaks April Blog Tour is a Clean and Simple Favorite over on SplitCoast Stampers!!
Today’s post – Pals Paper Arts 157 a sketch from Margaret Moody…
I did a card with a frame last week and I really liked the way it turned out so I decided to incorporate another one in today’s card. The base of my card is Real Red and the background and all of the paper is from the Sent with Love Designer Series Paper Pack. The frame is created using the Ovals Collection Framelits Dies and is also used to cut out the background which is embossed with the Cloudy Day Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. I stamped the plane, from the Sent with Lover Stamp Set, in Versa-Mark and heat embossed it using Silver Stampin’ Emboss Powder. Some fussy cutting and Stampin’ Dimensionals later and the frame is done. The greeting is from the same set and finishes off the card. I hope that you enjoyed my Pals Paper Arts Card for the sketch challenge. Thank you for spending some quality time with me today. I hope your Monday is painless!
Stampin’ Up! products used:
Card Stock: Real Red, Whisper White and Pool Party
Designer Series Paper: Sent with Love
Ink: Island Indigo Classic Stampin’ Ink
Specialty Ink: Versa-Mark
Framelits: Ovals Collection
Embossing Folder: Cloudy Day
Stampin’ Emboss Powder: Silver
Tools: Big Shot, Heat Tool, Paper Snips, Stampin’ Dimensionals and SNAIL
This card has also been entered in the Simon Says Stamp Travel/Cityscapes challenge that can be found here:
Stampin’ Up! released a new Photopolymer Stamp Set called Birthday Bombs Away! There are some great greeting and they will work well for any type of card. You can see them below or click here for a PDF of the flyer.
Woo hoo! The color renovation has been announced! I’m so happy that they have kept four of the five 2011-2013 In-Colors! I’m a little sad to see that Lucky Limeade didn’t make the cut but we also got some former In-Colors back too! Bermuda Bay, Soft Sky, Crushed Curry, Pear Pizzaz and Blushing Bride along with a new color Smokey Shadow. They have also moved some colors to different families and of course they are retiring some colors. Say so long to Regal Rose, Pretty in Pink, Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Baja Breeze, Riding Hood Red, Bravo Burgundy, Not Quite Navy, More Mustard and River Rock. Change is a good thing!
Stampin’ Up! has a great new on-the-go journaling set for you. It’s called This and That Epic Day. You can get a journal, stickers, washi tape, designer series paper, and a rotary phrase/date stamp. Perfect for capturing life’s special moments and it’s small enough to take with you! You can get a bundle of all of the products for a limited time for a special price. Visit my on-line store to find out more! Make today an Epic Day!
Breaking News! Stampin’ Up! has released their first Photopolymer Stamp Set! It’s called Designer Typeset! The great thing about Photopolymer Stamps is that they are completely clear so you can see exactly where you are going to stamp. They work amazingly with our new Firm Foam Stampin’ Pads for great ink coverage. You are going to love them! This is a limited release so make sure you get one before it’s gone!
Stampin’ Up! has a sneak peek for you from the 2013-2014 Annual Catalog and the best part is you can get it right now! It’s called A Round Array and you can get it as a bundle with the 7/8″ Scallop Circle Punch for $23.95 or just the Stamp Set for $14.95. You can purchase this now through May 30th. Click here or on the photo below to get a PDF of the flyer.
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Do you ever feel the need to make something that means something but don’t think you have the time? Or you like to be creative but don’t want to buy a ton of supplies? Well, you don’t have any excuses anymore! Introducing Paper Pumpkin from Stampin’ Up! Each month you will receive a kit that contains all of the items (except adhesive) that you need to make a project, all for just $19.95. Each kit will ship out on or around the 15th of each month. You can cancel at any time, but who would want to?! Go ahead, sign up and get some crafting therapy for only $19.95 including shipping! Click here now! Don’t forget to choose me as your Demonstrator, Justin Krieger – Bethpage, NY!
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Awesome card! I love the silver plane! Great idea!
Thanks Dawn! Have a great week!! 😉
Beautifully done, Justin – lovely mix of patterns and a great take on our challenge. Thanks for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge! (if you’d like to be considered for our random prize, please post a link to our challenge on this post)
Thanks Lin! I’ll update the link a little later. 🙂
I absolutely love this card Justin! It’s definitely #1 my “gotta make it” list–thanks so much for sharing.
Thank you Donna! Have a great day! 🙂
I’d label this as a WOW card! Can’t wait to try it myself.
Thank you Carol!!
I love it!! Thx for sharing. I can’t wait to make one like it 🙂
Thank Brenda! And thank you for stopping by! 🙂
Love this – and that extra sparkle from the embossing is perfect!
Thank you Linda! I thought the plane would look nice in silver! 🙂