Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Party This Way

Today, I'm heading back to last year to show you some cards I made for friends of Cara using the fun 'Party this Way' stamp set. All of these cards are variations of a make & take from the last SU Convention. I love the square layout as I it's really easy to make a very quick card or a more detailed one....depending on how much time is available. It's also a great way to use up scraps. Anyway, here we go...
...First up is my favourite – a very girly version in regal rose & chocolate with lots of DSP & raised stamped, punched or die cut layers. The number 10 was cut with the Timeless Type sizzlet alphabet
Next up is a much simpler version in razzleberry, using the original four square layout from the convention make & take.
Finally, a simple version for a boy. This also includes the 4 square layout, but this time, I used mainly stamping & placed the squares on a normal size base.
Hope this has given you some ideas of how you can use 'Party This Way' & vary a design to get different looks. If you have any questions, just let me know.
See you again soon....I hope.
Inky wishes, Di

Supplies:
All Stampin' Up!® unless stated
Stamps – all cards: Party This Way

Girly pink & chocolateCard/Paper: regal rose, pretty in pink, chocolate chip, whisper white card, Sweet Always DSP
Ink: Regal Rose, chocolate chip ink pads
Accessories: silver brad
Tools: Punches – heart to heart, boho blossoms, word window; Big Shot, Timeless Type Junior Alphabet dies

Razzleberry squareCard/Paper: rich razzleberry, whisper white card, Cottage Wall DSP
Ink: Rich razzleberry ink pad
Tools: Big Shot, Timeless Type Junior Alphabet dies (heart & number)

4 square boy
Stamps: Trendy Trees
Card/Paper: crumb cake, pacific point, kiwi kiss, tempting turquoise card, Good Morning Sunshine DSP
Ink: kiwi kiss, tempting turquoise, pacific point ink pads
Tools: word window punch, Big Shot, Timeless Type Junior Alphabet dies

3 comments:

Sarah Milbourn Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator said...

Love these cards Di. Simple yet so effective!

Ngai said...

OMG Di what amazing timing. I have a 10 yo birthday card to make for a boy whose fab footy team is yellow and blue. Will def be borrowing this fantastically easy card idea - woo hoo!

Sam said...

Love these cards Di...especially the pink one. It looks good enough to eat!

Hugs,
Sam.

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