Hello! Thanks so much for stopping by Peonies and Paper Chains! The Stamp Review Crew is bringing a brand new hop to you and this time we are featuring the Stampin' Up! set, Amazing Birthday! It is a fabulous set for creating birthday cards and more! You'll finish the hop with lots of fresh and fun ideas!
The other day I made some gratitude journals for my girls using card stock in Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, and Tangerine Tango. You may be asking what that has to do with the the Amazing Birthday stamp set...well, the tie in is that the scraps were still out on my desk. I had a choice to make -- I could put them away in with my other card stock or I could use them for this hop. I opted for the latter and I exclusively the scraps that were on my desk and to cook up the Amazing Birthday projects for you:
Can't get much more fun that a little 3 x 3" mini card -- it is one of my favorite sizes! A little stamping, a little paper snipping, and then a little assembly and voila, I had a sweret little mini card in minutes! Some Stampin' Dimensionals were used to pop up the sentiment -- these are most definitely my favorite adhesive.
Since I still had additional scraps to go, I made another layered card and this next one measures 4-1/4" square:
While the many layers, the stamping, and the embossing provide lots of interests, this card was quick and easy to make! All elements on this card had a cheery feel to them and that includes the pennant stamped images from the Amazing Birthday stamp set. It is different a fun twist to stamp them upside down!
If you have scraps lying around, I hope these projects encourage you to pull them out and get creating!
Be sure to hop on along for all of today's fabulous creations! The full blog line-up is below my signature or you can use the buttons below to navigate.
Enjoy the hop and a little creativity today!
Amazing Birthday Edition Line-Up:
- Mike Funke
- Dawn Tidd
- Yapha Mason
- Cindy Beach
- Shana Gaff
- Kerry Willard Bray -- You are here!
- Tanya Boser
- Adriana Benitez
- Wendy Weixler
- Ann Schach