Stampin’ Up! Sweet Sugarplum and Playful Palette DSP Stack create this sweet, girl’s, birthday card.

 

Happy Thursday everyone!  Love this new Design Paper  in most of the bright new colors.  Especially nice is the fact that this DSP comes as a 6″ X 6″ stack, so handy for quick projects and card fronts.    This card features Blushing Bride Card Stock  as the card base,  then layered with a piece of Sweet Sugarplum Card Stock  and topped by a layer of Very Vanilla Card Stock .

The Sweet Sugarplum Card stock  was adhered using SNAIL Adhesive.  The top layer was created by taking a piece of Very Vanilla Card Stock and using the Butterflies Thinlets smaller butterfly,  die cut the butterfly on the  upper right side.   The sentiment is from the Balloon Celebration Set and stamped just below the die cut butterfly using Sweet Sugarplum Ink.    Then on the wrong side apply Stampin’ dimensionals around the butterly.   Taking a small scrape of the Playful Palette DSP attach to the dimensionals.  Cutting a piece of Sweet Sugarplum Ruched Ribbon just 1/2″ longer on each end apply with a glue dot on each end positioning the ribbon on the left front side of the card.   apply dimensionals in several places around the edge of the Very Vanilla layer and adhere to the front of the card.  I then took a short piece of the Ruched Ribbon and tied it twice after I positioned it.  To give it a bit more ‘glimmer’ I added Pearl Basic Jewels to the center of the butterfly.

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The inside is finished by a layer of Sweet Sugarplum topped by a layer of Very Vanilla Card Stock.  The butterfly is die cut using the smallest die from the Butterfly Thinlets set.  A small scrap of Playful Pallete DSP is adhered to the back of the die cut using several glue dots.  All layers were adhered together using SNAIL.

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Here is the list of the Stampin’ UP! products used in this card:

Product List

4 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Sweet Sugarplum and Playful Palette DSP Stack create this sweet, girl’s, birthday card.

  1. Amy, thank you! As I am looking at this post I see the shorter title needed. Next post will be better.

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