Today I’ve got 17 greeting cards that will WOW you with Sara Douglass and I’m incredibly excited to share all of this! This post is over-the-top fun to write…and so full of memories and TONS OF STAMPING TIPS!!!!
A couple of weeks ago I had the honor to visit Riverton, Utah and the Stampin’ Up! Headquarters to celebrate my Million Dollar Sales Achievement. No words can describe the incredible trip we had. It was a little bit business, and a little bit stamping and A LOT OF FUN! One of my highlights was recording a video with Sara Douglass, CEO of Stampin’ Up! So I hope you like my video today – I share 17 different greeting cards all using the Stampin’ Up! To A Wild Rose stamp set!
Sara was a little shocked that I had so many handmade cards to share!
Greeting Cards that First Start with SIP Stamping!
In the video I start out with quite a few SIP Cards, and then I have many samples to show you that are “stepped up.” If you are new to following me, SIP simply means STAMPS, INK & PAPER. You don’t need a lot of supplies to make beautiful greeting cards, and I like to share lots of quick and easy simple ideas! My SIP concept works perfect. You don’t need all the fancy stuff–just stamps, ink & paper!
17 Greeting Cards that will WOW you with Sara Douglass Video:
Today’s video is a bit longer than normal, but it is filled with so many stamping tips and greeting card samples that you are going to fall in love with and want to make. Be sure to watch the whole thing….
AND….. I have a very special offer in the video PLUS A DRAWING for a FREE STAMP SET!!! Just one more reason to watch it all so you can see how to get in on the drawing.
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Greeting Cards SIP Style: It All Starts with Stamps, Ink & Paper
The video starts out with SIP Cards and a ton of stamping tips, especially for using this gorgeous stamp set. First I have pictures of all the SIP CARDS we either stamped in the video, or showed in the video.
The one in the above picture on the left is the one we stamped in the video. Make sure to watch for all the tips I have as to how to line up these stamps and how to get the varied colors.
And check out the ROCOCO ROSE Baker’s Twine!!! I show in the video how to die your white baker’s twine any color you want.
Above are a few more using just SIP supplies:
- To a Wild Rose Stamp Set (STAMPS)
- Stampin’ Pads: Rococo Rose, Pear Pizzazz, and Memento Black (INK)
- Whisper White Notecards & Envelopes (PAPER)
Make sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the post for a complete list of all the supplies and how to order them.
As I said, this video is full of tips for all your card making. Make sure to watch to see the insides and the envelopes of the cards, as well as a fun little way to package them up for a gift. And then, I even show you how to make whatever color Baker’s Twine or Ribbon that you need! Did you notice my Rococo Rose ribbon and twine on the cards? It’s not in the catalog like that!!!
One thing I noticed when I first saw the new catalog is that we did not have a lot of colors of ribbon. PROBLEM SOLVED–you can easily color your White Baker’s Twine and the White Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon using your ink pad re-inkers.
Greeting Cards: Black or No Black Outline–That is the Question!
When I first played around with this stamp set, I experimented with the outline of the flower. I decided that I liked the BLACK OUTLINE the best. Here is a picture of the flower and leaves all in the same colors, and then the outline stamped in Black. You can do whichever you prefer! Let me know which you like best!
Above I used Lovely Lipstick and Garden Green for my 2 colors.
And for these I used Highland Heather and Pear Pizzazz. I think you could play forever and make flowers in any color!
Free Tutorials for 10 Cards
In the video I show you 10 other cards, besides the SIP Cards. They are all “stepped up” from the basic SIP cards, some more than others. Honestly, none of these cards are any more difficult, they just take a little more time and a little more “stuff” to make them. Here are the other 10 cards.
The above 2 cards are very much like the SIP cards except I added a couple of layers. Same colors–Rococo Rose and Pear Pizzazz!
How would you like a FREE Tutorial with all the card recipes and step by step instructions for each of these cards? Well, I have it for you and you can get it when you purchase the To a Wild Rose Bundle from me!!!!
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These 2 are also “stepped up” versions of the SIP cards. Remember, stepping them up a little does not make them harder, just takes a little more time, a little more Cardstock and a paper cutter.
These 2 are fun because it’s the same card, just different colors. Like I said earlier, you could use any colors for this flower!
Don’t Forget to Pin These Greeting Cards
If you like the ideas I am sharing today, make sure to PIN THEM to your Pinterest Board. You can hover over any image and you will get the Pinterest Symbol. That way, when you are ready to stamp and want to remember these ideas, you will be able to find them!
The one on the right is the “most stepped up” of my cards, but again, NOT HARD. Just a little more “stuff” and a little more “time.”
If you like this set, make sure you order from me and then email me to request your free tutorials. All 10 of these projects are part of the tutorial collection that I have for you. Each tutorial will include the recipe and step by step instructions.
And a couple more “stepped up.” I absolutely LOVE the “frame” that is part of the dies that come in the bundle. Remember, when you purchase the stamp set and the dies as a bundle, you save 10% AND get my FREE tutorials.
If you’d like my FREE Tutorial for the above 10 cards, simply order the TO A WILD ROSE BUNDLE from me and then email me to request it! You will love making all these projects. (this tutorial is not for sale, it’s only available to my customers who purchase the bundle from me plus the demonstrators on my Klompen Stampers team!)
Supplies Used On All Cards
Here are the supplies that I used to make all of these cards. You can click on any of the pictures to go directly to the Online Store and order this bundle and anything else you need. Make sure to use the current REWARDS CODE and after ordering the To a Wild Rose bundle, make sure to email me so I can send you your free tutorials.
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