Have you ever been to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta? It is a sight to see. If you are going to be out that way this year, it is in October:). This card can be a happy any event card! I used the Word Wishes Dies to start the card off right and on the inside, you can say anything! I decided that Stampin’ Up! would have a balloon in my pretend fiesta this year and used our logo washi tape. With all our designer colored stamp pads your imagination is your only limitation. 🙂
I love the new Good Morning Magnolia Bundle. You see tons of beautiful cards of this set all over Pinterest! Some of them very detailed and some of them simple. My samples are simple! I use a new in-color that is the perfect pink! Rococo Rose. I use both the stampin pad and the card stock. Since Rococo sounds old and ornate to me I added some Vellum and a reverse coloring technique I learned 20 years ago and the Tin Tile Folder. Add my new fav the Stitched Nested Labels and you can knock out 10 of these in no time. See more like this at: stampwithgloria.com
Above Card is a sample from Stampin’ Up!
Do you like fast cards? This “Love You to Pieces” set fits the bill. You can cut out things and assemble most of these cards in minutes. These cards just use stamp pads, card stock, and the Puzzle Pieces Dies. The sentiments in this set are light and funny! See more at stampwithgloria.com.
“New Wonders’ is a new hostess set in the 2019-2020 catalog! How cute is she! She is so fun to color in with Blends! If you are a demonstrator of mine and have a July birthday you will be receiving this card! I have to admit that this took 12 blends to get this look so I ran out of juice when it came to coloring the vines so I cheated and used the Flourish Die. I still think it gives the card a whimsical look. See more at stampwithgloria.com
I wish I could take credit for this delightful card but, my friend Cheryl Vorhess made this card! It is so beautiful using the blends and gold embossing. Look at the work! She used the Tea Time Dies, and the Stitched Rectangles to make a frame. Finish it off with homey looking subtles 6 x 6 DSP checked paper and this is a card any girl would like!