Stampin’ Up! You’re So Sweet Card Idea!

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This fresh and summery Blackberry Bliss gingham print from Stampin’ Up! Farmer’s Market Designer Series Paper pairs up beautifully with today’s You’re So Sweet (stamp set) card idea!

Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge Stamping Card Idea

My summer card idea and design were inspired by this week’s Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge (MOJO403).

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  • My secret for keeping a multi-layered sketch simple & pretty?  Simplify the color palette.  I narrowed the possibilities to just Blackberry Bliss and Very Vanilla.

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  • The Stampin’ Up! You’re So Sweet stamp set is loaded with images you can mix and match with the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies.
Youre So Sweet Stampinup Stamp Set

You’re So Sweet Wood-Mount (138682) or Clear-Mount (139440) Images © 2015 Stampin’ Up!

  • I used the heart from the Mini Treat Bag Dies to create a window in the circle and allow the darling “love” image to peek through.  I’ll demonstrate this with a 1 Minute to WOW! Video for you tomorrow!

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  • Save 15% when you purchase the You’re So Sweet stamp set and the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies as a bundle.  Available in wood-mount or clear-mount–details below.
  • A Classy Designer Button (vanilla) was added with a Glue Dot for a “classy” touch!

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  • An envelope liner ties in the less dominant pattern on the card from Farmer’s Market. The liner is a snap to produce using the Big Shot and Stampin’ Up! Envelope Liners Framelits Dies.  Key Tip:  The Big Shot Magnetic Platform keeps the circle and die in place on the trip through the Big Shot.

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23 Comments:

  1. Another Miss Mary home run!

  2. Thanks so much, Trish. I’m sending it to my best friend from grade school for her birthday!

  3. Beautiful! I love the way youused the different pattern papers to pull the eys to the heart. Just beautiful!

  4. Your grade school friend is going to LOVE her birthday card. LOVE how the Blackberry Bliss carries this one all the way across the finish line. THANKS for sharing my friend.

  5. Paula in Maryland

    Oh, Gingham & Hearts…Soooo Much Cuteness! Now I need some blackberries or maybe some blackberry jam, Yum! Enjoy your day everyone!!!

  6. Blackberry Bliss is one of my favorite colors and seeing it in all its glory makes me happy. The addition of little details, like the button, add dimension to your card. This card is beautiful .

  7. Your kind comments make my day!

  8. This is a really sweet card- it has such a warm country feel. I like your suggestions for the color palate too. Thanks Mary

  9. Carol Carriveau

    Fabulous card, Mary! I am a purple lover so that starts my happiness! Somehow I skipped over this wonderful set…..now it is on my Want That list! Thank you for sharing this set and your wonderful card!

  10. stampingpretty2015

    I’m definitely in the mood for summer patterns. Glad you enjoyed the Blackberry Bliss and Very Vanilla. Yum!

  11. Great way to use this set, Mary!

  12. MsMary, that’s such a pretty card, I love it all ,,I love your style!!!!!
    Tfs,
    Hugs French

  13. Thanks, Katrina. I had to experiment a bit. Even with just Vanilla and Blackberry, the decisions were very deliberate. For example, I initially tried Vanilla where the flagged ends are but it cut the design in two. Switching to Blackberry kept it cohesive.

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