Ready for an easy card sketch and sample handmade cards using stamps from Stampin' Up!®? This week's Mystery Stamping used a super simple card sketch that is perfect for showing off the beauty of patterned papers like the Dainty Flowers, Abigail Rose, and Hello Irresistible Designer Series Papers from Stampin' Up! You can use this sketch to just add a sentiment or another shape to the front of your card.
Want the Quick Reference Guide with all the measurements for this quick card sketch? You can get it in a bundle with all of my other Stamp with Me Tuesday guides from January-March 2023.
I also shared a sneak peek of some upcoming online exclusive products coming March 1. So, if you missed the live event, click "Read More" to see the replay and more photos. Ok, on y go! Let's get stamping.
Mystery Stamping Replay
Here is the replay of Tuesday night's Mystery Stamping. It gives you step-by-step instructions for putting this card together.
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Dainty Floral Card
Do you love the Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper? This fabulous exclusive Sale-A-Bration item is free with a $50 order, but it'll be gone soon! Sale-A-Bration ends February 28.
This handmade card design is perfect for for showing off the beautiful wildflowers on this patterned paper. The paper also coordinates with the Dainty Delights stamp set and dies bundle. I used the sentiment from the stamp set for this card and cut it with the Something Fancy dies.
Here's a little sneak peek at some of the Online Exclusive products that will be coming to the Stampin' Up! website March 1. They are going to start regularly offering items that will only be available online. This first set of items will include the Irresistible Blooms stamp set and die bundle and the Hello, Irresistible patterned paper.
I embossed the flower with white embossing powder on a piece of the patterned paper. Then, I die-cut it and adhered it to the card front in place of the sentiment piece.
The rich browns and soft Petal Pink in the Abigail Rose patterned paper are perfect for making simple, elegant handmade cards like this one. You could color the flowers on this patterned paper, but I like the simplicity of the brown and white design.
I stamped a sentiment from the Something Fancy stamp set with Early Espresso ink and cut it out with the coordinating dies. Such a quick and easy handmade card!
If you need anything to create these handmade cards, simply click the buttons above to see the complete supply list for the card. Then, uncheck the items you don't need and click "Add to Cart."
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