My share for today is the third Card in a Cool Treats Card Class that Stampin' Up designed for their Stampin' Up Demonstrators to share with our Customers. I liked this class for several reasons (besides 3 awesome cards and a gift card holder): different size of cards that I haven't made yet, the use of Washi Tape, a lot of stamping and making my own envelopes.
The Stampin' Up products that I used are Tasty Treats Specialty Designer Series Paper, Cool Treats Stamp Set and Frozen Treats Framelits Dies.
Let's take a look at my third Card:
Oh, YUM!!! Now how about those cool treats!!! I could pick them right off the card and eat them!!! =)
My Card Base is Whisper White Cardstock cut at 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" and scored and folded at 4-1/4". I trimmed off 1" from the right side of the Card Front.
Using SU's Cool Treats Stamp Set, I randomly stamped the Sprinkles on the Card Front with Pool Party Ink. Some of the Sprinkles are stamped with full strength ink and some are stamped off once onto a piece of scrap paper and then onto my Card Front for some varied shades of ink.
I cut a strip of Cool Treats Designer Washi Tape and adhered it towards the bottom of my Card Front.
I trimmed out a piece of Watermelon Wonder Cardstock to measure 4-1/4" x 1-1/4" for my Banner and flagged the right end of it with my Snips.
Using VersaMark Ink, I stamped my Sentiment on my Banner, sprinkled on SU's White Embossing Powder and Heat Set it with my SU Heat Tool. (I didn't notice the tiny piece of fuss when I took the picture or I would have re-taken it). Oopsy!
I adhered my Banner to my Card Front with Mono Multi Purpose Glue.
Using SU's Frozen Treats Framelits Dies, I die cut my Frozen Treats and Strawberry from Watermelon Wonder, Peekaboo Peach, Pool Party, Crumb Cake, Real Red and Old Olive Cardstocks.
Using SU's Cool Treats Stamp Set, I stamped the Watermelon Wonder die cut with Kraft White Ink and set it aside to dry. After it was dry, I stamped the Highlight in Watermelon Wonder Ink.
I stamped the Swirls on the Peekaboo Peach die cut with Peekaboo Peach Ink.
I stamped the Pool Party Die cut with Pool Party Ink.
I assembled all my Frozen Treats and Strawberry with Mono Multi Purpose Glue as shown in the above picture.
I adhered the Watermelon Wonder Frozen Treat to the edge of my Card Front with Mono Multi Purpose Glue as shown in the above picture.
I then adhered the Peekaboo Peach and Pool Party Frozen Treats with Stampin' Dimensionals making sure that the Stampin' Dimensionals did not show on the inside of my Card.
Sorry for the blurry picture. Not sure what happened there. =(
I trimmed out a piece of the Pear Pizzazz Polka-Dot Pattern from SU's Tasty Treats Specialty Designer Series Paper to measure 1" x 5-1/2" and adhered it to the right side of the inside of my card with Mono Multi Purpose Glue.
I then cut a strip of Cool Treats Designer Washi Tape and adhered it to the left of the Pear Pizzazz DSP.
I adhered a lot of the tiny sequins and plastic spheres from the Sprinkles Embellishments with SU's Fine Tip Glue Bottle.
I trimmed out a piece of the Sprinkles Pattern to measure 8" x 8" for a 4-1/4" x 5-1/2" Card size to make my Envelope. I lined the Left Edge of the paper up to the 3-1/2" Mark on the Envelope Punch Board and punched and scored the paper. I then lined up the score lines with the notch on the Envelope Punch Board and punched and scored three more times rotating my paper after each punch and score. I then assembled my Envelope with SU's Tear & Tape Adhesive Tape.
I LOVE the color in this card. It just SCREAMS Summer and I can't wait to have my own Cool Treats to enjoy this Summer!
Hopefully, I'll get to share the Gift Card Holder with you on Monday.
That's all I have for today. Thanks for stopping by my blog!
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