Packaging Your Cards
I’m excited to share with this easy and simple way to package your cards using a Stampin’ Up! window sheet!
1. Cut a 6-1/4″ x 11″ Window Sheet
2. Score down the 11″ inch side at 4-3/4″ and 9-3/4″
3. Cut a 2-3/4″ x 11″ piece of Early Espresso Cards stock and wrap it around your cards in the window sheet. I did not prep any score lines. By wrapping my Espresso Cardstock around the Window Sheet with the cards in it I was able to see where I need to fold my cardstock.
4. Cut a 3″ x 3-1/4″ piece of Early Espresso Cardstock. Next, Cut a 2-3/4″ x 3″ piece of Soft Sky Cardstock. And Finally, cut a 2-1/2″ x 2-3/4″ piece of Whisper White Cardstock.
5. Stamp your image and greeting in Early Espresso. Layer up your cardstocks and add your Petite Petals Flowers and Early Espresso Candy Dot.
6. Add this the layered image piece on top of the belly band add Soft Sky Bakers Twine if you’d like!
5 Cards – Featuring An Open Heart Stamp Set – Tutorials Click Here!
An Open Heart Video Tutorial – Click Here!
Bind Your Catalogs
Visit Staples or Office Max to bind your catalogs!
Catalog Request Form
If you are interested in receiving a Stampin’ Up catalog, please fill out the request form below. If you currently have a demonstrator, please ask your current demonstrator for the catalog, because I do have to pay for the catalogs and for shipping. However, if you don’t have a demonstrator and are interested in purchasing Stampin' Up products, I’d love the opportunity to share Stampin’ Up with you, answer any questions and earn your business.
I loved your cards using the open heart stamp set. Loved the stamp set but wasn’t quite sure how many ways I could use it. Thanks for the ideas. You are awesome!
So I see you answered the question about getting our catalogs altered through Office Max or Staples. But the book is already has binding so will they remove it and then put the other binding on it? Thanks for the different ideas about the cards. They are all beautiful and you are so right about trying to find different uses for the stamp sets. That is the main reason I watch all of these card making videos because it gives me ideas and inspiration on how to stretch the uses of my supplies. Have you ever thought of starting online card classes?
I receive your posts. Even though I live in Edmonton Alberta! Canada I always look forward to them. I enjoy watching your posts, you are so very calm, have a sense of humour & enjoy what you do. Thanks for all the information & great tips you provide.