Variety is the “Stripe” of Life

OK. I know the title is a bad pun, but I wanted to share a few stripey cards from the Providence Regional Meeting. These cards feature a variety of Stampin’ Up! colors, stamps and accessories!


2012-2014 In Color Striped Card

This card uses all five of the 2012-2014 In Colors, Raspberry Ripple, Midnight Muse, Summer Starfruit, Gumball Green and Primrose Petals. I love the scalloped bottom edge using the Delicate Designs Embossing Folder. The stamp set is Layered Labels and its matching Framelits, Apothecary Accents.

International Bazaar Stripes

It’s so easy to make a pretty card like this one. All of our Designer Series Paper has a different pattern on each side. This card uses the International Bazaar DSP, the Lacy & Lovely stamp set and the Apothecary Accents Framelits. A bit of Baker’s Twine and a Rhinestone Basic Jewel rounds out this card!

Curly Cute Apothecary Accents Seasons Greetings

I love the striped background of this Christmas Card! The Be of Good Cheer DSP was used and the largest Apothecary Accents Framelit creates the focal point. The greeting is from the Curly Cute stamp set and the little boughs are from the (really beautiful) Christmas Lodge stamp set. A bit of Cherry Cobbler 1/2″ Scallop Dots Ribbon tied in a bow finishes this festive card!

You're Amazing Birthday

The last card features the wonderful You’re Amazing stamp set! The dotty background is made with the Distressed Dots background stamp. I love the paper strips cut as banners–it’s so trendy and easy to do!

I love viewing the card creations of others! There are so many things I learn especially when I take pictures of those kinds of cards I wouldn’t usually make or that are not my style. I hope you enjoyed this peek at some stripey cards and that you’ll try a card with stripes the next time you pull out your paper, stamps and ink!

See you soon,
Diane

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