Simple Saturday Sweet Stitches

Stampin up blog curly cute sweet stitches buttons Fresh and pretty, today's card assembles in a snap.  I love the charming pattern of the Sweet Stitches Designer Series Paper and the Sweet Stitches Designer Big Buttons add a one, two punch.


  • Stampin up blog curly cute sweet stitches Sweet Stitches Designer Big Buttons stay in place with Mini Glue Dots.
  • I dusted off my Ticket Corner Punch and dolled up a couple corners with Stampin' Up! Subtles Brads.
  • My niece (Mary Lee) is just getting started on card making.  Like me, she was immediately attracted to the font and versatility of the Curly Cute Stamp Set. 


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Black signature ivory


Curly cute stampin pretty Stamp Set:  Curly Cute (WM 117014), CM 120510)
Paper:  Sweet Stitches Designer Series (121781), Wild Wasabi (108641), Melon Mambo (115320), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Wild Wasabi (109014)
Cool Tools:  Ticket Corner Punch (119867), Two Step Owl Punch (heart, 118074)
The Perfect Touch:  Whisper White 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon (119958), Mini Glue Dots (103683), Basic Pearls Stick-On Jewels (119247), Subtles Brads (119738)

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  1. Your work always inspire me and your pictures are amazing.

    Thanks for sharing!!!

  2. Another winner Mary! I love that color combo and with the curly Happy Birthday and buttons, it’s just enough to set it on fire! TFS

  3. Love those buttons … need to add them to my list. Cute, cute card!

  4. And my Mary Fish perfect little detail of the day is……that sweet little heart dotting the i!

  5. Those buttons are fantastic! What a happy, happy card. XOXO

  6. nancy littrell

    So springy and colorful. Would brighten up anyones day. Can you believe I still do not have the Curly Cute sentiment set. I just have to get soon after seeing your adorable card. TFS

  7. Beautiful! Love the colors, buttons, everything!

  8. You know I’m happy to see your use of this DSP I’m struggling to find ways to use every sheet. I like the way you played up the pink in this card stock with the addition of those large buttons! A little DSP can go a long way. Still clean and smart here! `Patti

  9. So fresh and pretty, Mary! Love it!

  10. kathyc/North Carolina

    Oh, I LOVE this card! Sooooo pretty and happy! One of my faves!

  11. Hi Pat: I appreciate your suggestion and will pass it along to SU. I recently sent them my little wish list, too (for example, extra strength Snail). They definitely listen! Hugs, M

    P.S. I didn’t use the no slide ribbon this time . . . just a bit of adhesive . . . however, I prefer the “no slide.”

  12. Cute!!! I love those details… the green brads, the heart and pearl and esp that white ribbon. I love it.

  13. I love this card! The DSP, the rich, perky colors…it just makes me happy! 🙂

  14. As much as I LOVE to stamp, I am so impressed when I see a great card that has minimal stamping. This is just so darned cute, Mary!

  15. Mary, Cute, cute, cute and so simple! One question. did you use the no slide ribbon technique on this one? When do you think SU will offer an anywhere on the page punch? Last night I was making a mini scrapbook page and wanted to use your no slide ribbon technique but had to drag out my old hammer and hole punch because my SU hole punch wouldn’t reach.

    Thanks again for the inspiration and have a great weekend!

  16. Oh Mary…I LOVE this card!!! The little heart and pearl dotting the I, AWESOME! The brads in the 2 corners, GREAT! The big buttons, LOVE ‘EM!! The dsp, the colors…I LOVE IT ALL!!

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