Kylie Bertucci's  International Blog Highlights Contest



It's time for the next challenge in Kylie's International Blog Highlights where the theme is "Thank You", and projects voted in the top 10 go on to participate in Kylie's Winners Highlights Hop later in the month.

Don't forget, voting is only open for one week and I would love it if you could pop on over to Kylie's blog to vote for me and while there, vote for your other four favorite cards. Click the below button to head over to Kylie's blog:

  • I’m excited to participate again in Kylie’s International Blog Highlights with my Pocket Fold card.
  • I hope you’ll take time to vote for up to five of your favorite cards from the highlights. (Hopefully including mine!)
  • Just click: VOTE FOR MY CARD! then select my card by clicking the heart on the upper right of the photo.
  • You’ll know you’ve voted for it when the heart turns red.
  • The top ten winners based on your votes will be able to participate in the actual International Blog Hop at the end of the month.
  • One of my goals this year is to make it into the top ten at least once!











Click this button to vote ↓


This month's free tutorial is here. If I can help you with your stamping in anyway please reach out. Follow me on You tube, facebook and instagram to be inspired. Happy Stamping ⚓





This beauty was inspired by my friend Jessica @StampABlessing
We had fun with A fish And A wish creating this beautiful sympathy card. 




 The Designer Series paper is fro the current hostess pack and I added the gold and white crinkled ribbons along with a leftover piece of vellum I had from a Paper Pumpkin Kit. 


Happy Stampin' ⚓️


My crazy simple way to make the Witch's legs move. I saw this done with a special die that cuts a perfect size hole for the mini dimensional to fit in but since I didn't have that die I used a hole punch and punched 4 holes for the mini dimensional to fit. Works nicely. Use the pocket for a gift card or a yummy candy and give to you favorite friends or tricker treaters. 
















I hope you enjoy these treats and are inspired to create your own gifts. 
Happy Stampin' ⚓️












  World Card Making Day is coming fast! A paper crafters favorite event and it’s free to attend. 

Join us on October 1st for a free, virtual World Card Making Day event. Gather your friends and craft along as we do what we all love—make cards! In just under three hours, we’ll make three unique cards together. Everyone is invited and welcome, and registration is not required. 
More info
World Card Making Day is all about making beautiful, heartfelt cards. During the event, we’ll walk you through several projects, and you’ll create the cards right along with us. You’ll end up with new project ideas and some stunning new cards!
To make the most of this experience, you can order the Cottage Rose Bundle from the 2022–2023 Annual Catalog, the Cottage Wreaths Bundle from the July–December 2022 Mini Catalog, or the Warm Welcome Bundle, which you can get early from the January–June 2023 Mini Catalog! If you want, you could even order all three bundles! The Warm Welcome Bundle will be available for purchase starting September 1st.
When you order one of these three bundles: Cottage Rose Bundle, Cottage Wreaths Bundle or Warm Welcome Bundle you'll get a FREE gift of Iridescent Pearl Basic Jewels! (Note that even if you order all three bundles, you’ll only receive one Iridescent Pearls gift.) 

Besides being a favorite holiday for papercrafters, World Card Making Day gives us the perfect excuse to stamp together in person and purchase new supplies to make cards for your loved ones. 
You will also have first look at my retired stash BOGO sale! 
Join the fun October 1st, 4:00 - 7:00pm (ask me for the address)

#StampinUpWCMD22 
Share this hashtag when posting your creations. 

RSVP to the in person event on my
Business Facebook page! 



 

I am participating in Bruno and Kylie’s World Wide Training Group again this year and am excited to be part of their monthly Blog Hop.   


Stampin’ Up! Supplies: 

• STAMPS – Soft Seedlings (159905), Nuts About Squirrels (156475) • PAPER – Thick Basic White (159229, Basic White (159276), Soft Suede (115318) 

• INK – Mango Melody Ink Pad (147093), Pumpkin Pie Ink Pad (147086), Sweet Sorbet Ink Pad (159216),

Soft Suede Ink Pad (147115), Soft Suede Blends (154906) Pumpkin Pie Blends (147086) 

• OTHER – Stampin’ Cut and Emboss Machine (149653), Deckled Rectangle Dies (159173), Tombow

adhesive (110755), Dimensionals (104430), Mini Glue Dots (103683), Linen Thread (104199)


Cutting & Scoring: 

• Cardstock Thick Basic White - 4 1⁄4” x 11”, score and fold at 5 1⁄2” 

• Cardstock Basic White – 4” x 5 1⁄4” 

• Cardstock Basic White – 3” x 4” 

• Cardstock Soft Suede – 4” x 5 1⁄4”



The Blog Hop focuses on the Thank You cards that we are sending to our customers. 

Please join me and spend some time hopping from one Blog to another. 


BLOG HOP




Kylie Bertucci's  International Blog Highlights Contest



It's time for the next challenge in Kylie's International Blog Highlights where the theme is "Thank You", and projects voted in the top 10 go on to participate in Kylie's Winners Highlights Hop later in the month.

Don't forget, voting is only open for one week and I would love it if you could pop on over to Kylie's blog to vote for me and while there, vote for your other four favorite cards. Click the below button to head over to Kylie's blog:

  • I’m excited to participate again in Kylie’s International Blog Highlights with my Pocket Fold card.
  • I hope you’ll take time to vote for up to five of your favorite cards from the highlights. (Hopefully including mine!)
  • Just click: VOTE FOR MY CARD! then select my card by clicking the heart on the upper right of the photo.
  • You’ll know you’ve voted for it when the heart turns red.
  • The top ten winners based on your votes will be able to participate in the actual International Blog Hop at the end of the month.
  • One of my goals this year is to make it into the top ten at least once!

I created this card after receiving August's Paper Pumpkin. It was so inspiring that i had to pull out my Celebrate Sunflower bundle and play. Serendipity Stamping is one of my favorite techniques featuring Celebrate Sunflowers and Nature’s Harvest in the 2022-2023 Annual Catalogue. This card was inspired by Lisa Freeman.


This card is created with the Serendipity technique. I stamped the large Sunflower stamp in daffodil delight stamping off 2 times in each corner of the 8 ½" x 11", added the Coneflower in Rich Razzleberry and stamped off once, added the leaves in Old Olive and the blob stamp stamped off in Balmy Blue. 



I then cut 4 pieces 4" x 5 ¼" to make 4 card fronts, adhered them with Tombow glue

to Crushed Curry Cardstock and Blackberry Bliss Cardstock. Added Rich Razzleberry Ribbon and the Let's Celebrate You sentiment stamped in Rich Razzleberry. One of the front pieces I cut too short so I pivoted and fixed it by creating a half front and a Fun Fold. Mistakes are just opportunities for creativity. 




Thanks for reading my blog. Happy Stamping ⚓
 













Sweet Sunflowers is really sweet 

I had so much inspiration that I worked for 2 days and enjoyed every moment. There will be more from this kit. Stampin’ Up! Nailed it and should make this part of the kit collections. Happy Stamping ⚓










Alicia Ann & Philip Hayes

Married 8/27/2022 




I created this card for my beautiful niece’s wedding.  I was inspired by Created The Ottaway. 
I used these products:

Hues of Happiness Suite 

Silver Specialty Paper

Thick Basic White

Basic White

Evening Evergreen

Versamark

Silver Embossing powder


Here are the Card Cutting Measurements:

Base 5 1/2 x 11, Score at 1 3/4, 3 1/2, 5 1/4, 7

Layer 1 1 1/2 x 5 1/4 (x 4)

Basic white inside 3 3/4 x 5 1/4

Mini 3 x 6, score at 3

Matt Silver layer 2 3/4 square

Top basic white layer 2 1/2 square 


Happy Stamping ⚓

A few Pictures of their special day 🥰







 


Christmas in August - Very excited to invite you to this Stamp -A-Stack card class! I am collaborating on this with my friend and fellow demonstrator, Bonnie Blanchard! You will receive  12 cards and envelopes, a package of irredescent jewels and the combo package of garden green and real red ribbon for the in person or by mail options.  We cannot stamp the images for you  in the by mail option , per Stampin Up! Policy . You will need to order the stamps separately  or use something you own.
Plenty of options for you, be sure to contact me for other in person dates. Happy Stamping ⚓️






Christmas cards in July for our team gathering. Our team got to be together for the first time since the pandemic and we did a shoebox swap. This is where you create a card and put all the recipe items in the Shoebox for everyone to create the card, we pass the boxes around and create each card. We had so much fun together.  

Recipe for this card:

Basic White Thick Cardstock 4 1/4 x 11
Real Red Cardstock 4 x 5 1/4
Painted Christmas Designer Series Paper 3 3/4 x 5
Glimmer Specialty Paper
Basic White Cardstock
Evening Evergreen Cardstock
White Frayed Ribbon
Red Rhinestone Basic Jewels
Christmas Pinecone Dies
Evening Evergreen Blends
Real Red Blends


Happy Stamping ⚓️
 


Linked by Ink, our Stampin’ Up! Team gathered for the first time and we had the opportunity to swap cards. I created 16 swaps using the Rings of Nature Designer Series Paper from Sale a-Bration.



The top layer of DSP is 3” x 4”, the next layer of So Saffron is 3 1/4” x 4 1/4” then cut both pieces at an angle from the right corner to the lower left corner.  Stamp the sentiment at a diagonal to the Shimmery White cardstock layer where it will show between the triangles. I then embossed the Shimmery White with Timer 3D embossing folder. I adhered the triangles together with Tombow glue, attached to the shimmery white with Dimensionals lining them up so the sentiment is shows between them. Then adhere the shimmery white to the Soft Sea Foam base with Tombow glue.The card design was shared by Susan Campfield. 

Happy Stamping ⚓️



 


In this video I share a watercolor technique for world watercolor month using

 A Fish & A Wish Bundle. 



I used Parakeet Party, Tahitian Tide, Granny Apple Green and Pacific Point Ink pads to create the watercolor background for the Fish punch. I Used basic white Thick for the card base and embossed the basic white layer with the Seashells 3D embossing folder. I added the fish with dimensionals and stamped part of the sentiments to create my own sentiment. 

I then separated the Tahitian Tide twine and tied the “Tammy” bow and adhered it using glue dots. 

This card idea was cased from Tammy Wilson’s cards.  Happy Stamping ⚓️



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