Birthday, Boys, Card Making

Make A Monster

This card was made for a swap with other demonstrators. I absolutely adore the color combination and it was recently used on http://www.palspaperart.com. It’s such a striking combination.

Stampin’ Up! Stamp Sets: Make A Monster, Swirls & Curls Hostess
Cardstock: Whisper White, Lucky Limeade, Daffodil Delight, Island Indigo
Stampin’ Up! Ink: Basic Black
Embellishments: Whisper White 1/4” grosgrain ribbon, Square Lattice embossing folder

Boys, Card Making, Girls

Changito Blowing Bubbles

Here is the second set of cards for Royal Family Kids Camp. I always look for an excuse to use Stampendous Changito stamps. I also was excited to use Ranger Ink’s Clear Dimensionals. The other item I was using didn’t have the natural smoothing out option.

Stamp Sets: Stampendous Changito Bubbles, Stampin’ Up! Vintage labels and Fabulous Phrases
Cardstock: Bazzill
Patterned Paper: Have no idea
Stampin’ Up! Ink: Chocolate Chip
Embellishments: Ranger Ink clear dimensionals, all other products from a huge pack of things from Costco

Boys, Card Making, Girls

Royal Family Kids Camp

Well it’s that time again. I have made more cards for Royal Family Kids Camp. I’m only making twenty cards this year. I’ll be making five different cards, with four of each. It’s the easiest way for me.

First up is this card. I love this stamp set since I have quite the love affair with Changito from Stampendous. I also finally got to use Stampin’ Up!’s heat and stick powder. I have continually wanted to buy it but I’m not a huge glitter user. But yay, I have it now!

Stamp Sets: Stampendous Changito, Stampin’ Up! Vintage Labels and Fabulous Phrases
Cardstock: Bazzill
Patterned Paper: Have no idea
Stampin’ Up! Ink: Chocolate Chip
Embellishments: Stampin’ Up! Heat and Stick powder, random glitter, ribbon is from a huge pack of things from Costco

Birthday, Boys, Card Making, Masculine

Make A Monster Birthday

My nephew’s birthday is just around the corner but we celebrated over the weekend. I was excited to make a fun boy card. All the other boy cards I’ve made have been for younger kids who aren’t old enough to even bother with cards. So I got to make this and have some fun with my colors and this Celebrations DSP.
I usually don’t buy patterned paper. I have always had enough to start a decent forest fire so I’ve tried to buy on a must need purpose while using up what I already have. But the Celebrations patterned paper is just adorable and I had to have it.
*P.S.*— Tomorrow, I’ll have the card that I made for tonight’s swap. It’s my first swap so I’m excited.

Stampin’ Up! Stamp Sets: Make A Monster, Fabulous Phrases, Bring on the Cake
Cardstock: Bashful Blue, Whisper White, Real Red
Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Pacific Point, Real Red
Patterned Paper: Celebrations DSP
Embellishments: Pear Pizzazz ribbon