June 10, 2018

All That's New - A RemArkably Created Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the RemARKably Creative Blog Hop! I am so glad you could join us! This month, our theme is All That's New! We are featuring all new product found in our UH-MAZING new annual catalog and as you hop along with us, you will see some beautiful samples from our very talented demonstrators. Now, you maybe just getting started here on my blog, Katrina's Kreative Heart with me, Katrina Wolfe, or you have come here from the blog before me, either way, if at anytime you get lost or are unsure of where to head to next, just use the links below this post where I have everyone participating in the hop listed. Again, you are here on my blog, Katrina's Kreative Heart with Katrina Wolfe and I hope you enjoy your stop here.

Today, I want to share a fun I card I created with the brand new stamp set, Detailed with Love. This is an awesome bundle found in the Stampin' Up! 2018-2019 Annual Catalog. (Do you have a catalog? If the answer is no and you aren't currently working with a demonstrator already, click here to request a catalog and I will get one out to you - this is a MUST have!) I love this entire suite of product, however, for today's card, I only used the stamp and punch from the bundle and of course I used some of our brand new, gorgeous 2018-2020 In Colors!
To create this card, I started with a standard top folding card base of Basic Gray, measuring 4.5" x 11" scored and folded at 5.5". I then cut a Whisper White square 4" x 4"  and a scrap piece of Whisper White. Before stamping my image, I created a template for my Stamparatus using my grid paper and a 6" x 6" piece of Window Sheet, by drawing out two 4" squares onto the grid paper, one straight and one on the diagonal intersecting one another (I also added 3" squares and 2" squares for future use) - See Video - I then placed the template in the Stamparatus and lined up my 4" piece of Whisper White with the template and began stamping my wreath shape. I added all of the Lovely Lipstick "florals" then adjusted my stamp and then stamped all of the Pineapple Punch "floral", turning my paper, alternating the blue and red template lines as I turned. I then punched the detailed corner punch on all 4 corners and then rounded them all. I attached this to the card base with Snail adhesive. Then, using the Stamparatus, I stamped the oval image from the set onto the scrap piece of Whisper White with Basic Gray ink and ran it through the Big Shot with an oval from the Stitched Shapes Framelits. I added this to the card front in the center of the "wreath" using Stampin' Dimensionals. For added zip and glitz, I added Basic Rhinestones to the center of each of the Pineapple Punch "florals" and for a final touch, I wrapped the Lovely Lipstick 1/8" Grosgrain Ribbon around the bottom of the card front and tied it into a knot. I think this color really POPS against the Basic Gray. And that completes today's card.

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  1. A lovely card Katarina. Thanks for sharing

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    1. Thank you for your kind word Elaine. They are much appreciated.

  3. Great use of those little stamps!

    1. Thank you Eimear. It was a fun card to make that's for sure

  4. Really nice, That you for explaining how you made the template and for the video

  5. What a great use of the stamparatus. Thanks for sharing how you did this.


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