artisan design team – october 2021 – bright baubles bundle…

11.19.2021…..Happy Friday, everyone! I’m so excited to share my November monthly showcase projects for the Stampin’ Up! 2021 Artisan Design Team! For this month’s projects, I was asked to use the beautiful Bright Baubles Bundle (from the Stampin’ Up! August – December Mini Catalog), along with the Tidings of Christmas Designer Series Paper (from the Stampin’ Up! 2021-2022 Annual Catalog). Hope these cards you to create some holiday cards or projects with this wonderful products!

Be sure check out the rest of the team’s fabulous creations on the Stampin’ Up! Corporate Facebook Page at : https://www.facebook.com/stampinup.

For even more inspiration, tips and tricks, you’ll also want to check out the Artisan Design Team at: https://www.instagram.com/stampinup/

For the card on the left, I started out with some Basic White Cardstock, embossed it with one of the Wintry 3D Embossing Folders (…the one with the pine branches), and tore off the right edge. I adhered it to another piece of Basic White Thick Cardstock, along with a small strip of Tidings of Christmas DSP. I then used a few StampinDimensionals to adhere it to a Basic White Thick Cardstock base.

The sentiment (from the Bright Baubles Bundle) was heat-embossed on Basic White Thick Cardstock, using my Versamark Pad and Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder. After I cut out the sentiment, I popped it up with a few Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.

To create the ornament, I used the trendy alcohol ink technique on Vellum Cardstock, along with Cherry Cobbler and Flirty Flamingo Stampin’ Blends Markers. Next, I embossed the ornament (from the Bright Baubles Bundle) on the Vellum Cardstock, using my Versamark Pad and White Stampin’ Emboss Powder, and cut it out with the coordinating die from the same bundle. I used the die again to cut out a second ornament from Basic White Thick Cardstock, and adhered it to the back of the ornament with just bit of Stampin’ Seal.

To create the bow, I used Soft Succulent Open Weave Ribbon and Gold Fine Art Ribbon, both cut in half vertically. For the ornament hanger, I used a bit of gold Simply Elegant Twine. For a bit of bling, I sprinkled on Genial Gems and gold Metallic Pearls, adding several of both to the center of the ornament.

Next up is my second card…

For this card, I started out with some Basic White Cardstock, embossed it with the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder, and adhered it to a Basic White Thick Cardstock base. On top of that, add two pieces of Tidings of Christmas DSP. For the next layer, I added another pieces of Basic White Thick Cardstock, embossedwith one of the Wintry 3D Embossing Folders (…the one with the pine branches), and popped it up with few StampinDimensionals.

To create the ornament, I used the trendy alcohol ink technique on Vellum Cardstock, along with Cherry Cobbler and Flirty Flamingo Stampin’ Blends Markers, and cut it out with the coordinating die from the same bundle. I used the die again to cut out a second ornament from Basic White Thick Cardstock, and adhered it to the back of the ornament with just bit of Stampin’ Seal. On top of that, I added the “Merry & Bright” die cut, created with Basic White Thick Cardstock, and another die from the Bright Baubles Bundle.

The “Christmas” sentiment (from the Bright Baubles Bundle) was heat-embossed on Basic White Thick Cardstock, using my Versamark Pad and Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder. After I cut out the sentiment, I popped it up with a few Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.

To create the bow, I used White Glittered Organdy Ribbon and Soft Succulent Open Weave Ribbon (cut in half vertically). For the ornament hanger, I used a bit of gold Simply Elegant Twine. For a bit of bling, I sprinkled on Genial Gems and gold Metallic Pearls.

Wishing you creativity always,



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