Stampin Up Number of Years
Hi and welcome to another Blog Hop by The Artful Stampers 🙂 This week I’ve set a theme, and that theme is numbers. I wonder how many of us with be using Stampin Up Number of Years for this one.
My darling little niece celebrated her first birthday on the weekend, and altho it’s not such a cutsie card, this was for her.
I’ve used the faux embossing technique for the back ground, with the Large Numbers Framelits. Great way to use up all those scraps of card.
Excuse my messy stamped on Grid Paper, but this is what the card front looked like before I trimmed of the edges.
I cut out a bunch of numbers, and glued them all down, with the ruler as a straight guide, then just trimmed the excess off the card. This is the first time I’ve tried this technique and I have to say I quite enjoyed it.
Oh! And do I Spy new product on my card, and could that product be a FREE product??
You might have to check back for tomorrow on that one!
Here’s a list of all the product I’ve used with my card.
- Number of Years Stamp Set
- Large Number Framelit Dies
- Melon Mambo Card & Ink
- Whisper White Card
- Circle Framelits
- Gold Glimmer Paper
- Everyday Chic Washi Tape
- New Mystery Product
Our next Blog Hopper is Anna Foster. I can bet she’s come up with something amazing.
Here’s a list of all the hoppers this week.
Alisa Tilsner – You are Here
Looking for ideas for granddaughter one year bday card using pink glimmer paper, any ideas.?
Really cool! 🙂
Lovely way to use the numbers dies.
I love this to BITS!!! Great card. 🙂
What a great card and I love the technique! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Love this Alisa – great way to use the die cut numbers, when I first saw the card I thought you might have used them to emboss with, but what a fantastic way to use them.
What a great idea. May have to use that myself sometime. I am in love with that new product as well. Hope they bring some in permanently.
Very not bet silly spell check!!
Loving the background it’s bet effective 🙂
Love it Alisa !
That is cute Alisa! Love the background technique.
Lovely background. love the glitter too