Pals Guest Stamper: Kristen C.

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All those circles plus all that amazing embossed texture equals a stunning card!  Kristen Nicole Cunningham, a member of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals, has formulated a masterpiece.  I love the monochromatic mix of Stampin’ Up! Very Vanilla, More Mustard, Daffodil Delight and So Saffron.  Pretty Pearls Basic Jewels and satin ribbon (not Stampin’ Up!) add a chic accent without overpowering the pattern.

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To learn more about this delightful card, please visit Kristen’s Adorkable Ideas Blog.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A MEMBER OF MY STAMPIN’ PRETTY PALS?   I’m so proud of my friendly group of virtually connected hobby stampers and business demonstrators and would love to have you join the fun!   Purchase the Stampin’ Up! Starter Kit through me and YOU’RE IN!

Don’t miss the NEW Sale-A-Bration Starter Kit Promotion!  It’s your chance to take Stampin’ Up! demonstrator benefits and discounts for a RISK FREE TEST DRIVE through June 30, 2012.  There’s NO obligation to sell or purchase anything further and NO penalty to drop 🙂  LEARN MORE!

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!

EMAIL ME (mary@stampinpretty.com), if you have any questions on being a member of my group and the Stampin’ Up! family!

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Supplies Kristen Used: 

Stamp Set: Fresh Vintage (Sale-A-Bration)
Paper:  Very Vanilla, So Saffon, Daffodil Delight, More Mustard
Ink:  More Mustard
Cool Tools:  Framelits Labels Collection, Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, a mix of Stampin’ Up! Textured Impressions Embossing Folders, 1″ Circle Punch
The Perfect Touch:  Pearls Basic Jewels, Hemp Twine

20 Comments:

  1. Holy Wowzer! I envy the person who gets this card. I’d have to frame it! Love to see anything Kristen does. Thanks so much!

  2. Kristen’s card just jumped out at me..a must make of this masterpiece.Oh it has so much going for it,can you imagine the lilacs, the blues, the reds,etc.etc.Ruth.

  3. Kristen’s card packs a real WOW FACTOR in my book. Nicely done and can only image how happy it would make anyone who might receive it. Many thanks for sharing with us.

  4. WOW! what an awesome idea! A great way to show off all the lovely embossing folders that SU has to offer! Love it! Thanks. x

  5. Wow…. very good job…. perfect

    Thanks

  6. What a nice card! I clicked on the link to see more about this card, but nothing appears to be on her blog about this one. In fact, I only see 3 cards on her blog. Maybe I’ll check back later. Nice work! TFS!

  7. What an awesomely creative card! Love the colors.

  8. Kristen’s card definitely has a “WOW” factor!! The ribbon may not be SU’s but it looks like the Whisper White Organza Ribbon but in Very Vanilla. Humm? I wish SU would do this particular ribbon in more colors for us! But one never knows! Kudo’s to Kristen for a VERY different CHIC card! 🙂

  9. One more thing regarding the Whisper White Organza Ribbon, don’t forget you can use a Sponge Dauber and make it the ribbon a different color! I had forgot that I’ve done that after seeing someone else do it in a learning video. My ribbon turned out very nice! Just wanted to share that tidbit!

  10. Hi Bobbi: A little technical issue. It’s linked on Kristen’s blog and available when you click now. Thanks for letting me know 🙂 Hugs, M

  11. What creativity and so many circles -it is beautiful.

  12. Jennifer Reynard

    Wow, lovely card. Lots of work but totally worth it for the beautiful layers. Well done!

  13. Just gorgeous! How red carpet is that? Belongs on a movie star!!

  14. So so pretty! I clicked on over to her blog and she says it is SU! ribbon just so you know. I know about dying it but since our only Vanilla ink is pigment I wonder how she did it!

  15. This is just lovely, great job Kristen. Absolutely love the monochromatic colors used. When the card is closed, I can envision seeing the very vanilla in between the circles on the bottom row, which ties the top and bottom colors together. Very nice!

  16. I absolutely love this! Thank you pretty pals, you are so creative

  17. omigosh, what an awesome card; thanx for the inspiration! I have that ribbon from SU in white and would LOVE to have some vanilla!

  18. On her blog, Kristen says it’s SU ribbon which she used a sponge dauber with Very Vanilla ink to color the ribbon. Her creation is gorgeous.

  19. All I can say is Wow! Wow! Amazing work!

  20. Kristen’s website revealed the secret behind that gorgeous ribbon…yes it IS SU’s whisper White Organza Ribbon but she used a sponge dauber & Very Vanilla ink to complete the look! Way to Kristin, this card is amazing!!!

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