StampinbyHannah

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
Congratulations card using Tin of Cards and Swirly Bird from Stampin' Up! UK
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Scribble-y Tin of Cards

I’m sure I’m not the only one who had an urgent scrabbling around at the end of last week to make a card for the lucky Students in the family who received their GCSE results! My Sister-in-law got her results last Thursday, and the whole family is so super proud of her and the results that the rest of us could only dream off (read: swot!) But, still, I needed a card…. in a hurry!

Congratulations card using Tin of Cards and Swirly Bird from Stampin' Up! UK

Cards for teenagers are always tricky (I have another teenage birthday card at the end of the week!) but I’m quite happy with this one. The combination is awesome, bright and fun! Watermelon Wonder, Mint Macaron and Basic Black.

You know how I’m a sucker for a good font, and I picked this sentiment totally based on the fact that I LOVE the font. It’s taken from Tin of Cards, and is stamped in Memento Black ink. I did actually die cut the sentiment out, using a circle framelit, before mounting it behind the scribble die cut.

Congrats to you card featuring Tin of Cards and Swirly Bird from Stampin' Up! UK

I hadn’t played with the Swirl Bird stamp set or coordinating dies in a while, but they just seemed perfect for this card. The splatter is from the Swirly Bird set, in my early card making details like that were totally missing, but I’m loving adding extra details and elements onto my cards, I did almost add some loops of Metallic Thread to this one, but I decided that might be too much! (I know, I’m not sure that is a thing either!)

This one is finished with a touch of Wink of Stella on each one of the flowers for a bit of added sparkle!


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Hannah McCurley

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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