Dorothy Thompson submitted a second entry for the Stamping Madly Cardmaking Contest. At first she thought it wouldn't qualify because the Designer Series Paper was from Sale-a-Bration, and therefore retired. Then she read the rules again, which state that the entry must be 90% current Stampin' Up! products, and realized this one would qualify:
Be sure to leave a comment to let Dorothy know what you think of her handmade card. I've only got one more entry to post, and then I'll announce the winner of the $50 prize next week.
Here are the supplies and instructions Dorothy sent. Although the Designer Series Paper is retired, you can use a different paper if you don't have any Sycamore Stree left from Sale-a-Bration.
Feel Goods stamp set #129684
Sycamore Street designer series paper #127540
Tangerine Tango ink #126946
Tangerine Tango card stock #111349
Marina Mist ink #126962
Marina Mist card stock #119682
Postage stamp punch #122344
Boho Blossoms punch #119858
Stampin dimensionals #104430
SNAIL adhesive #104332
1. Cut 8 1/2 "x11" Tangerine Tango card stock horizontally. Fold in half.
2. Cut a piece of Whisper White paper to 4" x 2 3/4". Using Postage stamp punch at an angle make banner edge. (See photo below)
3. Stamp sentiment from Feel Goods set with Marina Mist ink.
4. Using BoHo punch, punch 3 of the larger flowers out of Marina Mist card stock.
5. Using BoHo punch, punch 3 of the middle sized flower out of Sycamore Street designer paper. (this was a sale-a-bration item) Glue these to the flowers punched from Marina Mist card stock in step 4.
6. Put Stampin dimensionals on the assembled BoHo punched flowers from step 5.
7. Remove protective backing from Stampin dimensionals and attach to top edge of banner.
7. Adhere banner onto Tangerine Tango card base.
Here's the photo showing how to punch the bottom of the banner:
The only card left to post comes from Michelle Pepper. If you have submitted a card for the contest, and haven't seen it posted, be sure to email me at email@example.com. I think I got them all in a folder on my computer, but I could have missed one, and I don't want to leave anyone's creations out.
Thanks to Dorothy Thompson for her second Cardmaking Contest Entry.