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

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


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!


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