What could be more appropriate than a ‘gift card gift holder’. Unless it’s a coffee gift card and the holder is also coffee related. I needed a card for a Starbucks Coffee Gift Card. Cafe Coffee fit the bill! Using the Coffee Cafe Bundle (stamps and dies that match) I created this Z fold card with the ‘slot’ for the gift card inside.
Using Timeless Treasures Stamp Set in Early Espresso I stamped the coffee cup circles randomly on Old Olive Color Theory Designer Series Paper. Also using the coffee bean stamp from the Coffee Cafe Stamp set I also stamped it randomly in Early Espresso. The stamped pieces where then adhered to Thick Whisper White Card Stock. I created the front using Early Espresso Ink on Whisper White Card Stock and die cutting using the larger coffee cup die. The lid was created using Early Espresso Card Stock and die cut.
I adhered the finished coffee cup to the front of the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Coffee Break Designer Series Paper was used for the background of the coffee cup.
Actually a pretty quick card to make but looks much more difficult than it is. Here are the products I used in making this Gift Card Holder:
Card Stock: Early Espresso, Whisper White, Thick Whisper White, Old Olive
InK: Early Espresso
Papers: Coffee Break DSP, Color Theory Specialty DSP Stack
Ah, what do you make for a 13 year old boy that doesn’t play sports? He does play the cello but I couldn’t come up with a card for that. So…I decided an eclectic card would do. Here is what I came up with. Using Foil Frenzy in Lemon Lime Twist I paired it with Gold Numbers, and Lemon Lime Card Stock. I think it turned out pretty nifty. At first when I created it I wanted to the leave the front plain, but after some thought I added from stars from two different die sets that were coordinating. Gold Foil kind of sets it off.
Since I wanted to use die cut gold foil numbers I had to contrive a different way of creating my shaker card. Using two window sheets I made a ‘shaker pocket’ adhered to the back of the patterned foil card front. The pocket was created by first adhering a piece of window sheet to the back of the die cut round opening. I used Fast Fuse. Next using Foam Adhesive Strips I outlined the window placing the Foam directly on the window sheet. Next I cut another piece of window sheet about the same size and then carefully place some sequins on the open area. Placing the second sheet of window sheet on top of the foam adhesive strips sealed it carefully. The front was then adhered to the Card Front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Using the die cut piece from the front of the card I adhered it to a piece of Whisper White Card Stock The Happy Birthday Thinlit was die cut in Lemon Lime Card Stock and adhered on top of the die cut. The materials I used in this card can be found listed below.
Stampin’ Up! materials used in making this card:
Card Stock: Lemon Lime Twist, Whisper White
Paper: Foil Frenzy Speciality Designer Series Paper , Gold Foil Sheets
Dies: Layering Circles Framelits, Large Numbers Framelits, Happy Birthday Thinlets
Stars dies: Larger Star-Mini Treat Bag Thinlets, Smaller Star – Wood Crate Framelits.
Don’t you love the versatility of the Foil Frenzy Specialty Designer Series Paper? Gorgeous!!! Especially pairing two new colors: Berry Burst and Powder Pink.
I loosely cased this card and now can’t find the original to credit the author. I think it is a brilliant design. The ribbon is new this year, so pretty in Berry Burst, it’s the 5/8″ Crinkled Seam Binding. It makes the prettiest bow. The gold foil sentiment just sets the whole front of the card off don’t you think?
Inside was finished by using the punched out Foil Frenzy scalloped circle and Powder Pink. Before adhering all layers together on the inside I first stamped the sentiment and sponged lightly with Berry Burst Ink on the edges of the powder Pink.
Here are the Stampin’ Up! Products that I used in this card:
Bella & Friends is the perfect card to use when wishing your fur baby groomer Happy Birthday! My fur babies have gone to Charles for over six years for grooming. This card turned out just perfect for him, he so appreciates my handmade cards.
The perfect combination of Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper and the 1/2″ Gingham Ribbon in Night of Navy were crying for a card! This card was loosely cased from creatinwithkirsteen.com (6/10/2016).
The puppy was filled in with the Blender Pen and Crumb Cake Ink. Triple layered and popped up with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
The little footprints on the inside are from a stamp I have had for years. Sorry not Stampin’ Up!.
Obviously, Chin Chin and Zee Zee are my two Shih Tzus’.
Stampin’ Up! Products used in this card:
Cardstock: Whisper White, Night of Navy, Daffodil Delight
The Birthday Delivery Bundle with the Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper was designed (I am sure) just for this very cute juvenile note card set! A perfect gift for a young mom, grandma or great grandma. How many times have you been hunting for a card to include in a gift for child’s birthday party? This set has four note cards perfect for including a gift bag or just to tuck some money inside. These are neat because they really don’t bring to mind boy or girl. Old Olive, Pacific Point, Real Red and Daffodil Delight are the colors I used to create this cute set.
This set was cased from Stamping with Dawns’ You Tube found here. Isn’t it cute? AND the best part is the cards and envelopes are already to be decorated!
I want to post this. Come back later today if you would like to see a list of the supplies I used. Thank you for reading my blog today! Happy Sunday!
The supplies I used in creating this card set:
Cardstock: Old Olive, Pacific Point, Real Red, Daffodil Delight, Whisper White
Designer Series Paper: Birthday Memories
Stamps/Dies: Birthday Delivery Bundle
Inks: Old Olive, Real Red, Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight
Love so many of the new Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Papers! So pretty, so ‘eclectic’ for sure. Coincidently this card is made using the Naturally Eclectic DSP! Soft Sky is one of the many coordinating colors with this paper, tried Night of Navy but it was just too dark for what I was going for.
Kind of quick and simple! Uses one Die cut and the rest are all easy to cut on the trimmer. The matching ribbon and enamel dots are so much fun and add so much to the ‘soft feel’ of the card.
The inside was finished with a “Blooms & Wishes” petal stamped in Soft Sky. The Stampin’ UP! supplies I used in this card are listed below. Also check out my video making this card:Soft Sky Birthday Card.
Supplies used in this card: (cuts are listed in the video).
Card Stock: Soft Sky, Whisper White
Designer Series Paper: Naturally Eclectic
Ribbon: 3/8″ Classic Woven Ribbon Soft Sky
Stamps: Big on Birthdays, Blooms & Wishes
Dies: Layering Scallops (largest one)
Glitter Enamel Dots, light blue
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So surprised that EVERYONE didn’t fall immediately in love with Lemon Lime Twist. That is the color that excites me of all the new colors! Here I coupled it with Night of Navy. Using the pretty matching papers from Eastern Palace Speciality Papers. Eye catching for sure! Sorry about the retired Special Reasons flowers but had to use them on this card. One set that I will not be saying good bye to. Wish SU had carried it over.
Cardstocks: Night of Navy
Lemon Lime Twist
Tranquil Tide (leaves)
Paper: Eastern Palace Speciality Designer Series Paper
Sentiment: Butterfly Basics stamped in Night of Navy