Stampin’ Up! Triple Treat Thanks

Stampin up triple treat flower punch big shot demonstrator card idea Let's kick the week off with a "treat."  The Triple Treat Flower stamp from Stampin' Up! delivers instant wow.  I love that it coordinates with three Stampin' Up! Punches (Fancy Flower Punch, 5-Petal Flower Punch and 1/2" Circle Punch).  This makes sophisticated layering a snap. It was a classy focal point for this week's Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge (MOJO209).

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Stampin up rubber stamps fancy flower punch holiday mini catalog spice cake STAMPIN' PRETTY TIPS:

  • A Stampin' Up! Antique Brad adds a unique focal point and vintage touch.  These brads are one of my favorite embellishments!
  • I tied the bow and adhered it to the Soft Suede Taffeta Ribbon with a couple Mini Glue  Dots.  Feels a little bit like cheating but looks much neater than trying to a tie a bow on the corner.
  • Stampin' Up! Petit Pairs rubber stamp set offers sweet and simple sentiments with companion sentiments for the inside of a card.  See all Petite Pairs images at the end of the post.
  • Convert your single wood-mount stamps (like Triple Treat Flower) to storage-friendly clear-mount in a flash.  Watch my video tutorial to learn how.

Big shot bonus

FREE BIG SHOT!  The Big Shot is a big deal! And during October, get a FREE Big Shot (or up to $100 in free Stampin' Up! products) when you purchase the Stampin' Up! Starter Kit and become a member of my Stampin' Pretty Pals!  It's the perfect opportunity for a hobby stamper who loves our products to test drive Stampin' Up! discounts and resources through March 31, 2012.  There's NO obligation to purchase or sell anything further.  Ends Oct. 31.  Get the complete details!

ORDER YOUR KIT NOW BY CLICKING HERE.  Look for the "Join Now" button.

From the heart of one of my Stampin' Pretty Pals:  When I heard that I could join Stampin? Up as a hobbyist and still enjoy all the benefits of a demonstrator PLUS be able to be a part of a very talented group virtually, I couldn?t pass it up.

HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT THE STARTER KIT OR STAMPIN' UP!?  Please EMAIL ME.  I'm ready to help.

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Stampin up holiday mini catalog fancy flower 5 petal punch demonstrator card idea Stamp Sets: Triple Treat Flower (122909), Petite Pairs
Paper:  Spice Cake Designer Series Paper (124003), Very Vanilla (101650), Soft Suede (115318), River Rock (108640), Pear Pizzazz (119795)
Ink:  Soft Suede (115657)
Cool Tools:  Fancy Flower Punch (118073), 5-Petal Flower Punch (119880), 1/" Square Punch (for the flagged end, 124094), Eyelet Border Punch (119853), Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439), Houndstooth Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (123134)
The Perfect Touch:  Soft Suede 3/8" Taffeta Ribbon (122967), Antique Brads (117273), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430), Mini Glue Dots (103683)

 

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0 Comments:

  1. This is a great sketch and you did a wonderful job on it! Love your colors!! That houndstooth embossing is awesome!!

  2. Wow Mary the flower is just beautiful! And I love the paisley print too!

  3. Very nice, fabulous colors.

  4. mary, the colors used in this card are beautiful!

  5. Gorgeous cards…. love the green color,Just like beautiful card!!!

  6. YYAAaaaa! Spice cake and triple treat, i just ordered both, so i’m stoked to see this card.

  7. This is just such a beautiful card.
    I love the triple treat stamp set and coordinating punches – and they look so lovely on this card!
    -Tara

  8. Luv the spider and web on the heading of your blog!

  9. Wonderfully classy card.

  10. Thanks, great ideas!!! Still think someone is going to come up with some really cute plans for the wood blocks. If you hear of any, please email or post them. Thanks for the rapid response.

  11. You have fabulous talent and a great eye for color!

  12. Such a beautiful card, Mary! Love this classy color combo.

  13. Oh Yes! This card is stunning! Love this color palette, and layout! Classy!

  14. Mary, beautiful as usual!

  15. The smaller containers are perfect for storing embellishments, like extra ribbon, big buttons, etc. I like the extra large for storing embossing powders. I keep an individual color in each, use the “shell” as my “catch pan” and don’t need to bother funneling loose powder back into the canister. Always ready to go!

    Hugs, M

  16. Love your card and especially the way the colors work together. Nice!

  17. Simply lovely. I always enjoy your clean style. Thank you for the continued inspiration 🙂

  18. Love this card and the beautiful colors! Thanks for sharing!

  19. Beautiful, Mary! I love the rich colors and the corner bow!

  20. Wow! I just love this card ~ so simple yet pretty!

  21. gorgeous papers and flower…luv the green!

    enjoy *~*

  22. Love this card. It is so clean and elegant looking.

  23. Beautifully done and just in time for me to CASE! I received an order for 12 Thank You cards from a friend who recently had surgery. He wants them asap ie: “yesterday”. Since the layout is done all I have to do is select the papers! TFS!

  24. Mary, the card is beautiful, as are all your cards! You have no idea how many I have cased and used in my workshops! Thanks so much!!
    Thanks too for the video on how to unmount wood stamps and use the clingfoam that SU now sells, especially since it comes with no instructions! I plan to do a demonstration at my next workshop.
    My question is, what are you planning to do with the plastic cases and the wood blocks? I’m thinking of using the smaller plastic cases for workshops when we do watercoloring, and was thinking of saving the wood blocks and maybe stamping on them for my grandchildren to use as building blocks. Any ideas?

  25. Mary, this card is so pleasant…love the colors! I like how the placement of the bow in the corner follows the lines of the houndstooth embossing…very stylish!

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