stamping sunday blog hop – all bundled up…

05.23.2021…..Happy Sunday, everyone! I can’t believe that May has almost come to a close! And…..it’s already time for another Stamping Sunday Blog Hop! For this Sunday’s hop, we are featuring projects created with bundles (I.e., stamp set + dies or stamp set + punch) from new 2021-2022 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog!

For these two projects, I used the gorgeous, new Quiet Meadow Bundle (Quiet Meadow Stamp Set + Meadow Dies)…along some of the Pattern Party Designer Series Paper …one of the Stampin’ Rewards you can earn when you host a workshop!

We hope you have a chance to hop along with us today! You won’t want to miss any of the wonderful projects created by our amazing designers!

Today, I’m sharing two projects that I’ve created with products from the Quiet Meadow Bundle. I created a standard size card (5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″), along with a gift tag. I’ve also included complete instructions underneath each project, so you can scroll right to the project that suits your fancy and start creating!

Let’s start with the card…

I used a piece of the Pattern Party DSP, and tore it along one edge. (Note: The floral pattern is on the reverse side of the buffalo check patterned paper.) Before I used a few Stampin’ Dimensionals to adhere the DSP to the Basic White Thick Cardstock base, I layered some Basic White Cardstock underneath it as well.

The flowers (from the Quiet Meadow Bundle) were heat-embossed (using my Versamark Pad and Black Embossing Powder), cut out by hand, and popped up with a few more Stampin’ Dimensionals.

The sentiment (from the Quiet Meadow Bundle) was heat-embossed on Basic Black Cardstock (using my Versamark Pad and White Embossing Powder), cut out with one of the coordinating dies from the same bundle, and popped up with a few Stampin’ Dimensionals.

For some extra texture and dimension, I added some Bumblebee Gingham Ribbon (cut in half vertically), Linen Thread, and Black Baker’s Twine. For just a subtle bit of bling, I added a Bumblebee Trinket and some Black Matte Dots (in the center of each flower).

Next up is the little gift tag…

I used the floral side of the Pattern Party DSP, for the tag base, and cut it out with one of the Tailor Made Tags Dies. I then added a small strip of the buffalo check , and tore it along the bottom edge. (Note: The floral pattern is on the reverse side of the buffalo check patterned paper.) To “strengthen” the gift tag, I also use the exact same tag die to cut out some Basic White Thick Cardstock, and then layered it underneath. Before I used a few Stampin’ Dimensionals to adhere the DSP to the Basic White Thick Cardstock base, I layered some Basic White Cardstock underneath it as well.

The flowers (from the Quiet Meadow Bundle) were heat-embossed (using my Versamark Pad and Black Embossing Powder), cut out by hand, and popped up with a few more Stampin’ Dimensionals.

The sentiment (from the Quiet Meadow Bundle) was heat-embossed on Basic Black Cardstock (using my Versamark Pad and White Embossing Powder), and cut out with one of the coordinating dies from the same bundle. Before I popped it up with a few Stampin’ Dimensionals., I layered a slightly wider strip of Basic White Cardstock underneath.

For some extra texture , I added some Bumblebee Gingham Ribbon (cut in half vertically), Linen Thread, and Black Baker’s Twine. For just a subtle bit of bling, I added a Bumblebee Trinket and a Black Matte Dot (in the center of the flower).

Wishing you creativity always,

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