10 Gorgeous Stampin’ Up! Card Ideas from the Pals

Stampin Up One Big Meaning Fluttering Textured Impressions Embossing Folder

I have 10 gorgeous Stampin’ Up! card ideas for you today from my Stampin’ Pretty Pals Community!  Enjoy and be inspired!

Stampin Up Summer Silhouettes
Stampin Up Floral Frames Framelits
Stampin Up Market Fresh
Stampin Up Papillon Potpourri
Stampin Up The Wilderness Awaits
Stampin Up Papillon Potpourri Thanks
Stampin Up Build a Birthday
Stampin Up Bold Butterflies  Framelits Dies
Stampin Up You're the Best

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  1. That makes my heart sing, Donna! Thanks

  2. Thanks for the update and instructions, Joyce!

  3. Oh, Mary, these are beauties! I love the idea that you have for Sundays. So many great ideas and what inspiration. The Pals are the best! Mary, you are a fantastic leader, I’m so glad I joined under you! Thank you so much.

  4. And I anxiously await fall, Kay! Thank you for your kind comments and hope spring and all it’s splendor arrives for you soon!

  5. I love all these cards Mary thanks for showcasing them. They are all fresh and lovely. For me in Australia it shows that Springtime is on its way with all the lovely flowers and butterflies. Thanks again. Kay

  6. Love all your sweet comments for these talented paper crafters. Thanks!

  7. Awwwww, there all so beautiful, thanks for sharing them with us !!!
    Hugs Frenchie

  8. I love these comments and questions. I have contacted Patti Daniels and Joyce Page and asked them to respond on your specific questions!

  9. Paula in Maryland

    Beautiful line of cards this fine Sunday from the Pals…thanks for sharing Mary! Can you tell me the name of the fold for Patti Ford Daniels card or if there is a tutorial some where? Thanks for your help, Have a Fabulous day!

    • Patti Ford Daniels

      It is called a Center Panel Easel Card. You can find variations on YouTube. The cut is at 4″ and flip it over and cut again at 4″. Fold the middle piece in half and adhesive the two side pieces down. It was fun to make and it is almost limitless as long as you have the basic cut.

  10. Thanks for sharing these creative cards. I’m wondering how the card made using the big flower die on the edge is done. Can you make a 1 minute to WOW video regarding that? Thanks again!

    • Sue, I just posted the instructions for making the flower card and it is right above your name where you made your comment so if you go and look at that you’ll have all of the instructions.

  11. Patricia Gessner

    Very pretty cards. One in particular caught my eye. The blackberry bliss card and I certainly would like to know how it was made if that is possible. With it being dark I really can’t figure out how it was made and I would love to make some of them.

    • For the flower card you need to use the floral Framelit collection and you start with the largest flower you lay your card on top of it and then slip the open end of the card underneath the framelet so it will cut only that part then you run it through your big shot and you just go far enough to cut that much and then you back it back out and it will cut the two layers at once. You don’t want to run the whole car through the big shot because it will emboss that outline of the floral framelet on the whole card and that ruins the card and there’s no way to tell you how far to go you just have to try to do it a couple times so you can learn how to judge how far to go I would use some scrap paper and try to cut it a of couple times so you can judge where you need to stop. Its really easy to do. I did 80 of these for convention.

  12. Paula Doncevic

    Thank you for sharing these beautiful cards. As always, imaginative and inspiring!

  13. AWESOME cards that were done by some pretty AWESEOME PALS. Thanks for sharing my friend.

  14. WOW!! gorgeous cards from your friends Mary, I love them all. It’s always so great to see your parades of cards, there is lots of inspiration and ideas from this lovely group of beauties.
    Thank you so much for sharing.

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