Stampin Up Star Framelit Dies Card Quick Tutorial

Hi Stampers!!

Just a quick post to show you the card I made using the Star framelits that are FREE with a stamp set too when you buy a Big Shot this month.  I know crazy right?!

Get the set of star framelits FREE with the purchase of a Big Shot for the entire month of August!!

Get this set of star framelits FREE with the purchase of a Big Shot for the entire month of August!!

This card is super easy to assemble – here is a quick overview of how to make this card:

  • Cut a card base in Crumb Cake of of 8.5 x 5.25, scored at 4.25
  • Trim a layer of very vanilla to 4 x 5.25
  • Using your Big Shot with the Star Framelits
    • die cut 2 smallest stars in so saffron
    • die cut 1 second smallest star in so saffron
  • Sponge edges of star with daffodil delight ink using a dauber
  • From champagne glimmer paper punch out medium circle and tiny circle using the Owl punch
  • With the gold taffeta ribbon, tie a small bow & adhere to largest star
  • With the Linen thread, tie two small bows and adhere to smallest stars
  • Cut piece of linen thread, and thread through top point of largest star
  • Pierce a hole in your card just below the top of your vanilla layer and thread star through
  • Pop up largest star using dimensionals and adhere down to vanilla layer
  • Adhere down both small stars with bows attached using tombow or snail
  • Adhere random circles punched from the glimmer paper to fill up space and balance out your project
  • Using the journaling pens from Project Life – add stitch lines around edge of vanilla layer
    * TIP * I used a piece of scrap paper trimmed to 3.75 x 5 to help me keep my stitch lines straight

 

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Hey Canada! FREE stamp and matching die with a purchase of a Big Shot all month!

Purchase a Big Shot during the month of August and you'll receive a FREE stamp and framelit bundle!

Purchase a Big Shot during the month of August and you’ll receive a FREE stamp and framelit bundle!

 

The Big Shot is an amazing, versatile, easy-to-use die cutting and embossing tool – I use mine for almost every project I do!!  Whether you are die cutting, or embossing to give your project some texture my Big Shot has been my most used purchase of any crafting tool I have ever gotten.

 

If you’re anything like me, you absolutely love when BIG opportunities come your way. And because we all know the Big Shot is a big deal, here is an offer you you can’t refuse:  with every purchase of a Big Shot in August, you will receive 1 of  5  free stamp set AND the matching dies (framelits) of your choice from these selected bundles!

Canadian Big Shot FREE Stamp & Matching Die Bundles August Promotion

Canadian Big Shot FREE Stamp & Matching Die Bundles August Promotion


Already own a Big Shot?
Purchase these designated bundles at an amazing 15% off!

 

Here is a great video on how to use the Big Shot, and all the amazing things you can do with it!

 

 

Here are some great examples of projects made with the Big Shot that I have made recently:

Robot Boys Will Be Boys Stampin Up card by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up

Robot Boys Will Be Boys Stampin Up card by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up

Rainbow Circle Framelit Card by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up

Rainbow Circle Framelit Card by Wendie Bee of Stamp Right Up

 

 

 

 

 

I can ship ANYWHERE in Canada, including Quebec !  Shipped by UPS you will be able to track your order and know exactly when your box of goodies will be arriving! 

 

 

 

 

 

Stampin Up’s new Pinwheel Sizzlit

Stampin Up Pinwheel Sizzlit Card

Stampin Up Pinwheel Sizzlit Card

Hiya Stampers!!  Here is my first creation using the Pinwheel sizzlit from Stampin Up! that just arrived on Monday.  I *finally* tidied up my work table and had some time to sit down and tinker…. only to make another gigantic mess creating this card  😛

This is the first of many I suspect, as what I had in my mind isn’t exactly how it turned out – but it was still cute enough so I decided to keep it.  I wanted to put a banner or bunting across the top – but I don’t have the pennant punch… So I improvised and used the petite curly label punch instead.  I think it would have looked more like I wanted if I had of put a few more layers of bakers twine and bows at the end?!

Guess I will have to get to the work table tonight and find out huh?

materials used:

  • Baja breeze card stOck (base)
  • Stampin Up Pinwheel
  • Subtles patterned DSP
  • Whisper White
  • Dots Embossing folder