Love What You Do Card Idea – NEW Promotion!

Create a friend card with Stampin Up Love What You Do stamp set - Mary Fish StampinUp Idea

The Stampin’ Up! Share What You Love Promotion introduced on yesterday’s post (details here), includes many of the products used on today’s card.  I LOVE that customers get a chance to order new products NOW (bundled with freebies)  before the annual catalog release on June 1.

One of the Share What You Love Bundles – Images © Stampin’ Up!

Today’s card was assembled by me and designed by Stampin’ Up! as part of our make and take at On-Stage in Las Vegas last month.  It really shows off the freshness and beauty of the Share What You Love products.  

Love What You Do Photopolymer Stamp Set


Create a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ card base using Mint Macaron card stock and the Stampin’ Up! Stampin’ Trimmer.  Mint Macaron is back starting June 1.  Learn about the Color Revamp here.

Create a friend card with Stampin Up Love What You Do stamp set - Mary Fish StampinUp

Cut vellum to 3 1/4 x 4 1/4.  Adhere a 3″ x 4″ piece of Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper as shown.  Adhere both pieces with Stampin’ Dimensionals to card base.

Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper – Images © Stampin’ Up!

Layer and adhere a  4 1/8″ piece of Rich Razzleberry 1/4″ Velvet Ribbon to a 4″ x 3/4″ pattern from Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper and a Pearlized Doily.  Adhere with Snail Adhesive to center of pattern on card base.

Stamp sentiment from Share What You Love photopolymer stamp set in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on a 2 1/2 x 1 1/2″ piece of Whisper White card stock.  Adhere as shown using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Create a friend card with Stampin Up Love What You Do stamp set - Mary Fish StampinUp IdeasAdhere pearls from Share What You Love Artisan Pearls on the sentiment and card.

Personalize the back of the card using the Make a Difference photopolymer stamp set.  I stamped “handstamped by” in Tranquil Tide ink on Mint Macaron card stock.  I used the pretty letters and awesome font of the stamp set to build “Mary” and add a couple stems (also Tranquil Tide ink).  The Make a Difference letters are designed to easily connect to each other!  

Crop with the Big Shot, Magnetic Platform and an oval from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies.  Adhere to the back of the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Enjoy my FREE PDF Step-By-Step Tutorials (and supply list) for the Love What You Do card here.

Make a Difference Photopolymer Stamp Set

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  1. Maria Rodriguez

    This card is sweet and so beautiful, the colors and all the details are placed perfectly, love the vellum peeking from behind that gorgeous paper, the ribbon and the doily just add to the charm and delightfulness of this card.
    Thank you for sharing Mary.

  2. The card is very pretty.

  3. Kadie in Arizona

    This bundle and card projects are ‘SO ON MY LIST’.

  4. I really love this card! Beautiful!

  5. Love love it , ooooooh ….. I get mine today , yayyyyyy
    Can’t Waite ♥️♥️ I love that dsp ♥️♥️♥️
    Tfs hugs Frenchie

  6. Beautiful card! I always look forward to your email! Fabulous inspiration! Just wondering how did get all the letters to line up so perfectly on the back tag ?

    • Fortunately, they are photopolymer and I can see thru the block. They are designed so that you can look for the “tail” of the previous letter and stamp to connect the next letter. It took me a couple tries to get the feel but much easier now!

  7. I love all the elements on this pretty card, Mary. The vellum peeking out from the back to the strip of Rich Razzleberry ribbon across the front and the beautiful DSP really makes a great card. The alphabet set has great little sayings that make it very versatile. Love your “handcrafted by Mary” on the back. Have a fun day!

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