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Father’s Day Fun Cards

Punch art is our fun for today as we punch away to make a hamburger with chips and a pickle!

 

 

Recipe

  • Base:  Thick White, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, scored at 4 1/4
  • Layer 1 (X2): Merry Merlot, 5 1/4 X 4
  • Tablecloth:  Designer Series Paper in red plaid, 5 X 3 3/4; note: with a 6X6 DSP, cut the 5″ first and then the 3 3/4
  • Inside: DSP red plaid leftover from cutting the layer, cut to 1″ X 5″
  • Plate:  Basic White, 4 X 3, die cut with 4th largest oval die, emboss with Tasteful Textile 3D embossing folder
  • Greeting:  Basic White, 2 1/2 X 5 1/2,
    • stamp in memento black ink with greeting from Sprinkles Of Life stamp set
    • die cut with Beautiful Shapes Die
    • adhere with dimensionals
  • Hamburger
    • Bun: Crumb Cake, 2 X 6, run crosswise in Raindrop Embossing Folder so half the strip is embossed for the top and half is not for the bottom of the bun to glue directly to the plate
    • Punch 2 from large oval punch, sponge edge with soft suede
    • Meat: Soft Suede, 2 1/4 X 1 1/2, punch with Large Oval Punch, dob straight down using sponge and Early Espresso to create speckled texture; use dimensionals to pop up on bottom bun slightly offset, all other layers are glued directly to previous layer
    • Cheese: Daffodil Delight, 1″ Square punched from scrap, don’t sponge;
    • Lettuce:  Granny Apple Green, 1 3/4 X 2 3/4, punched with Pretty Label Punch, sponge edge w/green
    • Tomatoes (2):  Real Red, 2 X 1 1/4, punch with 1″ Circle Punch, sponge edge w/real red
    • Onion: Designer Series Paper w/purple, use 1″ circle punch- cut one full circle, then punch along that cutout’s edge with just part of the punch
  • Note:  When adhering the hamburger to the plate, use two dimensionals on top of each other to be able to have the right depth for attaching the hamburger at the back side, the front just needs a one dimensional layer
  • Potato Chips:  1 1/4 X 11 strip of very vanilla envelope paper; run through crimper, use 3/4″ X 15/16″ oval punch to punch 7 potato chips, adhere randomly on plate
  • Pickle:  Garden Green Scrap, Granny Apple Green Scrap,  punch each color with Word Window Punch lining up on a straight edge and punching only half, or punch a full one and cut it in half, then use your scissors to make tiny divots on the edges and then use a Garden Green Marker to add dots for texture
  • Embellish with a bee or a dragonfly or an ant; my little bee is from the So Hoppy Together stamp set

Inside Greeting:  Basic White, 2 X 2, stamp using Black Memento Ink with greeting from Guy Greetings, cut with another of the Beautiful Shapes Dies

You used a die that isn’t symmetrical – that’s outside the ‘box’ for you

Sure enough!  Another of those dies that I said I would never use! Ha

Summer has finally arrived in Castle Rock so I had better go water my plants!  Have a wonderful day and thank you for spending part of it with Sal and I!

SAL,   Stamp A Lot if you need to get out of the heat

Karen

Copyright

Unless otherwise indicated, all stamped images are 2009-2023 Stampin’ Up!  The projects shown are to spice up your personal creativity and may not be copied for publication or contest submission.  The content of this website is my sole responsibility and the use of and content of classes, services or products offered are not endorsed by Stampin’ Up!

 

 

 

 

Dainty Delight Stampin’ Up!

The Dainty Delight bundle at Stampin’ Up! carried over into the new catalog and I am definitely delighted!  I am casing a Wyermann’s Whimsey card design and she has a great tip for us on her youtube channel.  I will include those links further down the blog.

 

 

Here is a thank you card just like Lorraine Weyermann’s with just a few of my own changes:

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Wait!  You used a die cut for the greeting that isn’t symmetrical?!  

Yes, Sal, it is from the Beautiful Shapes Dies from Stampin’ Up! – retiring May 3!

The stamping on the inside of the birthday card is from the Stampin’ Up! Artistically Inked Stamp Set and it is not retiring.  The little flowers and grass at the bottom of the inside of the birthday card are from the Dainty Delight stamp set and I colored the back of the stamp with markers.  The front greetings are both from the Dainty Delight stamp set stamped in Memento Black on a Basic White Beautiful Shapes Die- (the one I said I would never use-ha -never say never)!

Recipe

  • Base:  Basic White, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, scored at 4 1/4
  • Layer (X2):  Designer Series Paper (DSP), 5 1/4 X 4 (cut with the yellow at top left for a bit of sunshine)
  • Flowers:  Die cut with Dainty Delight dies
    • Flirty Flamingo – 1 1/2 X 2, 1 full flower cut, 1 half flower cut
    • Melon Mambo – 1 1/2 X 2, 1 full flower cut, 1 half flower cut, layer behind Flirty Flamingo
    • Fresh Freesia – 1 1/2 X 2, 1 full flower cut, 1 half flower cut
    • Highland Heather – 1 1/2 X 2, 1 full flower cut, 1 half flower cut, layer behind Fresh Freesia
  • Vine:  Old Olive, 5 X 2 1/2, die cut with Dainty Delight vine die
  • Centers:  Daffodil Delight, 1 X 1, die cut with the center which has four centers together – 2 full and 2 half centers
  • Greeting:  Basic White, 3 1/4 X 1 1/2, stamp greeting in Memento Black, die cut with Beautiful Shapes die and adhere direct to the DSP
  • Embellish:  brass butterfly and flower resin shape – retired

The vine is glued direct to the DSP.

Layer the flowers with glue dots and then pop up with dimensionals.

Lorraine Weyermann’s  video below shows this presentation of the dies:

 

And one more video from Melanie Coverston using a background with a brick embossing folder and sunflowers:

.  You found some beauties!  

Yes, thanks to the ladies who post videos for us to learn from.

My Bake Sale tab now has the products I am selling so let me know if you would like anything.  I will eventually post to Facebook and Ebay but I wanted to let my loyal followers have first pick.  I accept paypal, so send me your requests and your zip code and I will invoice you.  When I receive payment, I will immediatly ship the product(s).

Sal,  Stamp A Lot

Karen

 

Copyright

Unless otherwise indicated, all stamped images are 2009-2023 Stampin’ Up!  The projects shown are to spice up your personal creativity and may not be copied for publication or contest submission.  The content of this website is my sole responsibility and the use of and content of classes, services or products offered are not endorsed by Stampin’ Up!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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