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More Dainty Delight Cards

I have two more Dainty Delight cards to share today, one using the Dainty Delight stamps and one using the Dainty Delight Dies!  This is a Triple Time Stamping Card where you layer the three white pieces together with temporary glue, stamp the images and color them, then take the three white pieces apart and layer them on the base and two purple pieces.

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Recipe for Triple Time Stamping Layers

  • Stamps:  Dainty Delight, Shaded Summer for the Happy Birthday
  • Base: Highland Heather; 11 X 4 1/4, scored at 5 1/2
  • Mats: same cardstock as bases
    • 3 1/4 X 4 1/2
    • 2 1/4 X 3 1/2
  • Artwork Layers:  Basic White, Temporarily adhere together with temp glue or use just a bit of snail and then use your fingers to rub the snail so the oil in your fingers makes the glue less sticky
    • 2 X 3 1/4
    • 3 X 4 1/4
    • 4 X 5 1/4
  • Inside Layer: Basic White, 4 X 5 1/4
  • Embellishments:  Highland Heather Open Weave Ribbon, Brass Butterflies;
  • Copic Markers:  BV00-flowers, Y06-centers, YG13 for the greenery
  • Ink:  Highland Heather and Shaded Spruce for front greeting; the flower stems are also stamped in Highland Heather
  • Markers:  I used Stampin’ Up! watercolor markers for the little inside flowers at the bottom

Which do you like better for triple time- the Dainty, the Color Contour or the butterflies? 

Dainty has its place depending on the person.  I guess that is why we choose to make cards that we can personalize!

Click HERE to visit the prior post with two other Triple Time Stamping cards!  Then vote for your favorite!


This next card uses the dies instead of the stamps:

For this card I cased a card made by Jan Clother of New Zealand!

Recipe

  • Base:  Thick Basic White, 5 1/2 X 8 1/2, scored at 4 1/4
  • Layer (X2):  Basic White, 5 1/4 X 4;  Use the 3D Brick & Mortar Embossing Folder to emboss the front layer
  • Flowers:  Die cut with Dainty Delight dies
    • Blushing Bride – 1 1/2 X 2, 4 full flower cut, 1 flower bud cut
  • Vine:  Old Olive, 8 X 2 1/2, die cut 3 with Dainty Delight vine die, use cut off edge of one for the inside
  • Butterflies:  Blushing Bride, 2 X 1, Butterfly Brilliance Dies, Die cut one tiny and one small
  • Front Greeting:  Basic White, I reached in my container of greetings from More Messages and then punched two backgrounds in Blushing Bride cutting them and  layering them
  • The Thank You Greeting on the inside is from Go To Greetings stamped in Old Olive
  • Embellish:  clear jewels for the inside of the flowers and sparkly jewels for the butterfly and card front

So is the Dainty Delight bundle going to be put in the bake sale since you used it more than most?

Oh my, Sal, that is the best reason to keep it in the stash.  So many of the BAKE SALE items I never used or only used for one workshop.  Friends, if the item is in bold it is still available at http://stampinup.com

Check out the BAKE SALE today for great deals on products.  I am listing the rest of the stamps on Facebook today.

Thank you for checking out my blog!

SAL,  Sacrificing A Lot of the stash today

Karen

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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

 

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