Loving “a nice cuppa” bundle from Stampin’ Up! and I have used it to make an easy easel mother’s day card for the sketch challengeon Global Design Project this week.
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Some of you already know that I’m pregnant and I’m at 7 days of my due date. I’m seeing everything pink!! Lol, and I’m so grateful for being able to finish at least a Melon Mambo monochromatic version of this card but I really wish having a bit more of creativity and energy to try different color combinations and share them with you today. Perhaps you can give it a try and let me know which colours could be ideal for a card like this one?
How I do it?
You can make this card in any size. The card in the pictures measures 4-3/1″x 6″ /12×15 cm ( this is the size of the card base) other pieces/pannels or layers are slightly smaller than each other.
In general this card only have 3 pieces + embellishments:
1. A card base ( I used Melon Mambo card stock)
2. Acard topper ( in this case it is a 2 layer card topper)
3. A Very Vanilla / Whisper white panel for the inside ( if necessary)
To create the easel folding I simply scored an horizontal line just at the center of the front panel of the card base and then I pasted with multi glue the card topper only at the bottom part of it. Voila I was done!
Stamping/ Embellishments and paper used: the card topper has one layer in Very Vanilla card stock and other in Sahara Sand card stock and I also used 1 sheet of have a cuppa DSP stack in Melom Mambo colour.
I stamped the tea cup on Whisper White card stock with Melon Mambo ink and I die cut it using a coordinating die. I stamped the sentiment ” world best mother” with Stazon black ink on a piece of vellum and I punch it out with 1-1/2″ circle punch . I die cut a 3″ circle of DSP and overlay the pieces as shown in the pictures. I embellished with gold cording trim. Please find detailed supplies at the bottom of this post.
I hope you like this project and please feel free to leave a comment or ask any question, I”ll be happy to hear from you. x Bibi
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