Stampin Up Creative Elements Thank You Card Tutorial

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Stampin Up Products Used:
*Creative Elements Stamp Set-128523,
*Label collection framlit-125598,
*Fancy Fan Embossing Folder-127751
*Papillon Potpourri Butterfly Stamp Set-123759
*Elegant Butterfly Punch-127526,
*Bitty Butterfly Punch-129406
*Crystal Effects-101055 to gloss the butterfly,
*Blender Pens-102845 to color and shade the butterflies.

This is one of my favorite Stampin Up stamp sets. It is so versatile and elegant that you can’t go wrong making a beautiful card, scrapbook page or home décor project.

Tutorial:

*Cut a piece of 8 1/2 x 11 piece of whisper white card stock to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and fold in half, stamp the Creative Elements Stamp Set flower-128523, in (SU) pool party and island indigo ink randomly to make the card front background.( This card opens vertically not right to left)

*Cut a strip of daffodil delight card stock 1 x 5 1/2 and emboss it with the Fancy Fan Embossing Folder and

add it to the middle of the stamped front panel of the card

*Cut a piece of island indigo cards stock 3 1/4″ x 3″ to use as a matt.

*Cut a piece of pool party card stock 4 x 2 3/4 and matt on top of the island indigo 3 1/4 x 3″ matt.

*Cut a piece of whisper white card stock to 3 3/4″ x 2 1/2″ stamp the Million & One stamp set sentiment and layer it to the center of the pool party, 4″ x 2 3/4″ matt

*Next add the sentiment matt to the center of your card front using dimensionals.

*Stamp on a scrap piece of whisper white 3 Creative Elements Stamp Set flowers in island indigo ink and 2 in pool party ink. (You want to fussy cut the stamped flowers to be used as a 3d embellishment. Set one of each cut out stamped flower to the side for layering inside the card)

*Fussy cut one island indigo flower for the base.

*Then cut out one pool party stamped flower starting with the second layer of petals from the outside of the stamped flower.

*Layer the creative elements flower petals in pool party on top of the stamped island indigo stamped flower base.

*Cut out 1 Creative element flower center include center petals and bud from the stamped island indigo flower and matt on top of the layered flower. Add a basic rhinestone to give the flower a little bling.

*Attach with dimensionals and add to the left corner of the sentiment matt on the front panel of the card.

*Stamp both the bitty butterfly and the large Papillion Butterfly on daffodil delight cardstock in rich razzelberry ink, and add a little shading using island indigo ink and a blender pen. Next punch out or fussy cut and layer the bitty butterfly on top of the larger butterfly, add a small rhinestone to the top center of the butterfly. Using glue dots add the butterfly on the right top corner of the sentiment matt on the front panel of the card.

Inside Card Tutorial:

*Using a piece of whisper white cardstock 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 cut out the 3rd from the center Label collection framlit-125598 and add your personal sentiment.

*Using a piece of island indigo card stock 5 1/2x 4 1/4 cut out the 4th from the center label collection framlit-125598, emboss it with Fancy Fan Embossing Folder-127751, layer the stamped white matt and center on top of the island indigo embossed matt.

*Stamp the creative elements flower onto the top left corner and bottom right corner of the inside panel in island indigo ink. ( If you fold the card backwards you can stamp the top left inside corner without getting ink on the top fold inside panel)

*Add the fussy cut flowers you set aside earlier one in island indigo and one in pool party to form a flower bunch of 3 to the top left corner of the inside panel.

*Now add the sentiment matt to the center of the card with dimensionals and enjoy.

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