Hello Stampin’ Friends,
With all the social media buzz going on now days, I thought I’d share something fun with you. No … I’m not posting a “selfie” but I thought it would be fun to do a “Throwback Thursday”. So today I’m going to share with you some cards that I had made a while back.
I’m actually going to share a “set sampler” with you. This is a group of cards made from the same stamp set…. today’s set is the “Tag It” stamp set. Some of these you have seen before, and some will be new to you. On that note … let’s get on with the sharing!
My first card is a Get Well card that I paired up with the “Quarterfancy Specialty” Designer Paper. I created it with Daffodil Delight cardstock because I thought it was bright and cheery! I also used the Polka Dot embossing folder and Daffodil Delight seam binding.
This cute birthday card below, is a fun card for the kid of any age … 9 to 92! I love all the bold colors by using the brights collection: Pacific Point and Real Red. I teamed it with the In-Color; Gumball Green (this will be retiring this year!)
The “Tag It” stamp set coordinates with the “Chalk Talk Framelits” found on page 187. I used the tag framelit to create a focal point for my stamped image.
You will also see the cute little “Candy Dots” … I used them to anchor the red banners. All mounted on the Pacific Point background that was embossed with the “Fancy Fan” folder.
The “Tag It” stamp set our Ronald McDonald House Charities stamp set. Each year Stampin’ Up! designs a new stamp set to raise funds to help families who have children with serious illnesses. When you buy the “Tag It” stamp set …. Stampin’ Up! will donated $3 to the RMHC. It’s the best kind of gift.
My next card is a fun and bright way of saying … Congratulations! Who wouldn’t want this star spangled beauty to celebrate their accomplishments. Again I used the Chalk Talk Framelits and Candy Dots. I did however team up my stars with the stripes embossing folder.
Oh yes, there is more! Why … because “I DIG YOU”!! Oh my gosh … I love this card (I love them all) but this one is just a neat way to tell someone you care about them.
I used the “Epic Day This and That” Designer Series Paper. The earthy colors work so well with our “digging” tool! LOL Oh my … it’s just too cute!
Oops … I forgot to tell you that I used the “Honeycomb” embossing folder and the fabulously fun to use “This and That” Washi Tape.
I have one last card for you… my “Christmas Around the World” card. OK … I love this one too!
I used the “I Am Me” Designer Series Paper because of this pattern. I just thought “how can you not use that for a Santa card!” Right? Again, I used the Chalk Talk Framelits to cut out Santa. He was actually stamped twice, once in Gumball Green and the other in Real Red. The green greeting were cut out and popped up on the tag.
If you don’t already have this stamp set … think about it. With each set sold – $3.00 goes to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. To date we have donated over $1,000,000 … because we all care. Kinda makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside!
I hope you enjoyed today’s card share … this one really touches my heart. I have listed the ingredients for these cards along with the link to view or purchase.
I wish you a warm and wonderful day today.