Sneak Peek! Popsicle Birthday
Birthday Popsicle! Do you need a card in a jiffy? Here it is! Simple stamping at its best. I used the stamp off technique to add Bermuda Bay and Old Olive popsicles with Cinnamon Cider popsicle sticks! It was so much fun using the Sweet Ice Cream stamp set that is in the January – June 2021 Mini Catalog (Let me know if you need one, Launches January 5, 2021). We are just a few days away from this great catalog release and to top it off Sale a-bration rewards are back! Earn free product every $50 you spend! Get what you are loving and then earn even more!
Stamp Off technique is simple and quick: Ink your stamp then stamp on the image on a sperate piece of paper. Then with the ink that is left on your stamp, stamp the paper you are using for your project. It will give you a lighter version of the color you are using. Mix it up with few full inked images and a few stamped off images! It adds lots of interest to your design.
I put posting projects on hold since just before Christmas to focus on the family and attempting to make the holiday just a bit brighter. We did not go to visit family on Christmas Eve as is our Annual Tradition and we sure did miss our get together. As a large group of us come together every year and catch up, we decided it was best to keep everyone safe this year and stay home. It was the best decision and as much as technology drives me nuts, I was truly grateful for it this holiday season.
My husband goes back to work on Monday and my son will be back to virtual learning for a few weeks. Now is my only chance to get projects ready for sharing over these exciting next few weeks! I hope to bring you some cards and projects that inspire you to get creative with the new product that will be available January 5, 2021.
This cards was a lot of fun because of the simplicity. I added a strip of the New Ice Cream Corner DSP to my popsicle stamped card base. The Happy Birthday sentiment is from Sweet Ice Cream stamp set as well. I stamped it on Bermuda Bay and cut it out with the Stitched rectangle dies. Added a piece of Cinnamon Cider ribbon to finish off this card.
Below you will find my card cut list and products used. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions along the way!
Card Cut List
Use a Stampin’ Up! Paper Trimmer to cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock to 4 1/4 x 11. Score and fold at 5 1/2. This is your card base, you will stamp your images directly on the card base.
Cut a piece of DSP 1 1/2″ x 4 1/4″. This will be your first layer.
Stamp you Birthday Sentiment on a piece of Bermuda Bay cardstock and cut out image using the Stitched Rectangle die.
Smile YOUR card is cut!Product List