Today, I’m showing my team’s projects using the…
Celebration Tidings Bundle.
I attended Amy’s Inkin’ Krew Team Meeting on Sunday (via Zoom) and we used the Celebration Tidings Bundle for our make & take projects.
It was great to see the other team members, despite having to do so via Zoom. And, four of our talented/creative team members (Amy, Mary, Sue and Jaimie) provided instructions/demonstrations for our make & take projects using the Celebration Tidings Bundle. Amy sent us the instruction list before the meeting started, so we could precut and emboss the needed layers. Also, everyone put a little “extra spin” on the projects, as you can see by visiting their sites. Too, this set can be found in the SU! 2020 Mini/Holiday catalog and my online store.
Recipe for Mary’s Autumn card with the Celebration Tidings Bundle-
To begin, I made a card base from Cinnamon Cider cardstock. Then, I added layers of cardstock (Blackberry Bliss, Cinnamon Cider) and another one using the Plaid Tidings DSP. (You may remember me using this DSP here and here).
Then, I did some stamping and coloring of the pumpkins. Next, I added some ribbon and fern images to the focal layer. Once this was adhered to the card, I added a stamped sentiment. Finally, I added some Champagne Rhinestones to the front of the card.
Inside, I stamped and colored some pumpkins. Then, I matted the Very Vanilla cardstock layer to Blackberry Bliss and the inside of the card.
Cinnamon Cider cardstock-4 1/4 x 11 inches, scored at 5 1/2 inches
Another layer of Cinnamon Cider cardstock (which was embossed with the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder)-4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches
Blackberry Bliss cardstock-two 4 x 5 1/4 inches layers (one layer cut with the Stitched Rectangles dies)
Plaid Tidings DSP-4 x 5 1/4 inches layer (which was cut with the Stitched Rectangles dies)
Very Vanilla cardstock-1 x 3 inches layer (again, cut with the Stitched Rectangles dies) and another 3 7/8 x 5 1/8 inches panel (for the inside of the card)
Crumb Cake cardstock-two 4 x 5 inches layers (one to be cut with the Celebration Tidings dies)
Bumblebess-1 x 2 inches scraps
I love the layers that Mary added to this Fall card. Please visit Mary’s site to view the original card.
Recipe for Jaimie’s Christmas card with the Celebration Tidings Bundle-
To begin, I made a base with Cherry Cobbler cardstock and added another embossed layer over it. Then, I matted a layer of the Plaid Tidings DSP to a Whisper White cardstock layer.
Then, I folded a layer of Very Vanilla cardstock, cut with the Celebration Tidings Bundle. I stamped/colored an image on the front and added a sentiment to the inside of the folded layer.
Next, I mounted the layer on a Shaded Spruce cardstock piece and added this to the card.
Inside, I stamped/colored another image that was stamped onto Very Vanilla cardstock. Finally, I adhered the layer inside of the card.
Cherry Cobbler cardstock-5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, scored at 4 1/4 inches
Cherry Cobbler layer embossed with Old World Paper 3D Embossing Folder-4 x 5 1/4 inches
Plaid Tidings DSP (Cut with the Stitched Rectangles dies)-3 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches layer
Mat-Whisper White cardstock-3 1/4 inches x 4 1/2 inches
Whisper White cardstock-Sentiment layer- (Cut with the Celebrating Tidings Bundle dies)-3 x 4 inches
Whisper White cardstock-Inside Layer-4 x 5 1/4 inches
I love how Jaimie folded the die on the card front. Please visit Jaimie’s blog, too.
Recipe for Amy’s Christmas package using the Celebration Tidings Bundle-
I filled one of the Acetate Card Boxes with Peppermints. Then, I used a layer of the Plaid Tidings DSP to make a “tag” for the box. Next, I cut out a poinsettia, leaves and berries using layers of different cardstocks-Shaded Spruce, Cherry Cobbler and Brushed Metallic. Afterwards, I added a Beaded Pearl to the center of the flower and adhered to the tag.
Finally, I used Whisper White and Brushed Metallic cardstocks to make a small banner. Afterwards, I stamped a sentiment with Cherry Cobbler inks and adhered the layer to the tag.
Cherry Cobbler cardstock for the flower (cut with the Poinsettia Dies)-4 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches panel
Shaded Spruce cardstock for the leaves-(cut with the Poinsettia Dies)-3 x 3 inches panel
Whisper White cardstock (cut with the banners part of the Pick a Punch) -1 x 3 1/8 inches panel
Plaid Tidings DSP-6 x 6 inches panel (cut with the Celebration Tidings Bundle dies)
Mat for sentiment layer-Plaid Tidings DSP-1 x 3 3/8 inches panel
Brushed Metallic cardstock-1 1/2 x 3 inches panel, scrap piece for cut berries
I appreciate Amy hosting this meeting. Also, I like how she used the Celebration Tidings Bundle die cut layer as a tag.
Please don’t forget to see Amy’s Christmas package here.
Recipe for Sue’s 3 x 3 inches Valentine card using the Celebration Tidings Bundle-
I began the card with a piece of Melon Mambo cardstock and layered some Plaid Tidings DSP on it. Then, I used the Heart Punch Pack to cut a layered heart and added it to the card. Next, I stamped a sentiment with Melon Mambo cardstock and added it to the card. Afterwards, I added some Rhinestones to the front of the card.
Inside, I stamped some of the mini hearts on a layer of Whisper White cardstock. Finally, I added the layer to the inside of the card.
Card base-Melon Mambo cardstock 3 x 6 inches, scored at 3 inches
Plaid Tidings DSP layer-2 3/4 x 2 3/4 inches
Inside layer-Whisper White cardstock-2 3/4 x 2 3/4 inches layer
Heart-coordinating piece of Plaid Tidings DSP-3 x 3 inches panel
Heart Mat-Whisper White cardstock-3 x 3 inches layer
Sentiment Layer (cut with the Stitched Rectangles dies)-Whisper White cardstock-1 x 3 inches
I hope to make a set of these cute cards! Please visit Sue’s blog for more details.
Thanks for visiting my site, today. It’s a great time to join my team. I’ve had the opportunity to participate as a hobby demonstrator or business associate.
In addition to the regular starter kit (for $99 USD/$135 CAD, new recruits choose $125 USD/$165 CAD-worth of products) and new recruits will also receive enough cardstock pieces to make 16 cards, a pack of Rhinestone Basic Jewels, the So Much Love stamp set, and the Queen Anne’s Lace stamp set—all for their first event. Contact me for more details.