2021 Sweet Strawberry Sneak Peek
Here we go, a little break from Christmas Cards! Welcome 2021 Sweet Strawberry Season.
Oh my Poppy Parade! I did it I took the rest of new product out of the UPS box! So happy to bust into the new Sale a-bration Berry Delightful DSP. I made this card using Poppy Parade ink and Poppy Parade cardstock. I did a simple stamped boarder on my first layer of Poppy Parade and added it to my card base using dimensionals. Then added a layer of the beautiful DSP.
STRAWBERRY PUNCH! My 3 year old helped me stamp the Strawberry on Very Vanilla cardstock with Poppy Parade ink then we punched the Strawberries out. How cute are the little stems! I used garden green on those adorable toppers and PUNCHED them out. For my middle strawberry I used the small Hello There sentiment from the Sweet Strawberry Stamp set and added a few strawberry style dots using a stamp from the upcoming 2021 Mini Catalog called Brushed Blooms. I then used the blending brush to add a blended color layer on the strawberries. I added a piece of Cinnamon Cider ribbon under the strawberries because I love ribbon and wanted to!
I am going to make another one of these in Granny Apple Green to see the difference and if I like it. I have a feeling I am going to LOVE IT. This cards screams summer to me and is a great break from Christmas cards.
Earn that DSP– The great part about this DSP I used, it can be earned along with a coordinating stamp set with a $100.00 purchase starting January 5, 2021.
Below you will find my card cut list and products used (well most of them.) Have question or just want to tell me you love this card? Don’t hesitate to leave a comment!
Card Cut List
Use a Stampin’ Up! Paper Trimmer to cut a piece of Poppy Parade cardstock to 5 1/2 x 11”. Score and fold at 4 1/4″.
Cut a piece of Poppy Parade cardstock to 3 3/4″ x 5 1/4″. This will be your first layer.
Cut a piece of Berry Delightful DSP 3″ x 4 1/4″. This will be your second layer.
Stamp and Punch 3 Strawberries and Stems.
Smile YOUR card is cut!Product List