Terry Lynn Bright, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

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Painted Labels Dies

Stampin’ Up! Dies Do The Work!

Good afternoon ~ it’s Sunday and I have pretty card for you today, created by combining a few different dies & mostly Thick Basic White card stock. I was inspired by several white cards I saw on Pinterest.

Stampin' Up! Frosted Flurry Dies, Painted Labels Dies & Grove Dies

I began this card by doing the die cutting from Thick Basic White card stock. It’s a bit stronger than the regular Basic White: the wreath is from Painted Labels Dies; the snowflakes are from Frosted Flurry Dies; and the deer is from the Grove Dies and it is cut from Crumb Cake card stock. I stamped the sentiment using Crumb Cake ink and the new Framed & Festive stamp set. The next step was to run a panel of Basic White through the Timber 3D embossing Folder to create a nice textured background. The stars were adhered to the wreath with a rolled in half glue dot, overlapping ever so slightly. I adhered the wreath directly to the dry embossed panel, then added the deer with mini dimensionals. I added the doubled ribbon bow made from Linen Thread with a glue dot. (This made three points of interest in Crumb Cake!)This completed panel was adhered to the Thick Basic White tent-fold A2 card base. I thought some sparkly would be nice so added the Adhesive Backed Seasonal Sequins (in white) on the snowflake centers.

Stampin' Up! Framed & Festive sentiment

For the inside… I used the embossing buddy to clean the area of static & stamped the sentiment in VersaMark ink, then sprinkled it with Gold Embossing Powder. The sentiment comes from the new Framed & Festive stamp set (available to customers Nov 1) I had an extra snowflake left over and added it to the sentiment, then another Adhesive Backed Seasonal Sequin, in Gold this time. I adhered this to the inside of the card and the card was done!

Stampin' Up! Frosted Flurry Dies, Painted Labels Dies, Grove Dies.2

I really like this mostly white look and decided to only run a panel of Basic White through the Timber 3D embossing folder, adhere it to the flap and trim to fit. Done, done! And I love it! Is there anything I would change – yes… I would move the deer more to the left so the ears were closer to the snowflakes on the left, creating a little more space. The other thing I would do is stamp the Noel with VersaMark ink and sprinkle with Gold embossing powder & heat set. I might also cut down the embossed panel a bit, layer it on another Basic White, put dimensionals on the back & adhere to the card base. So, you know what this means…I’ll have to make another with these changes 🥴😀👍.

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Stampin' Up! Starter Kit Promotion

Stampin’ Up! has an awesome joining special right now – which makes me ask – why wouldn’t you join now?It’s a fabulous time to join Stampin’ Up! For a limited time, new team members will get even MORE FREE products in their customizable Starter Kit. Sign up between 4–31 October and you’ll get $125 USD | $165 CAD $155 USD | $206 | $135 CAD worth of products + free business supplies + all the fun being a part of our fantastic community! You may do that here. Let’s be clear: $155 worth of product for $99!!! The items to make this card could be part of your joining items :O) There’s no pressure to sell, just join & get that 20% discount on every order moving forward :O)

Below is the product list used to make this card. If you would like to order from my online store, that’s really easy to do. And remember to use my current HOST CODE 4TMA4FZU to earn credit from me. Here’s how it works… when you place an order of $50 or more (before shipping & taxes), you receive from me a SU! item valued up to $10 + Star-Studded Rewards. If your order exceeds $150, do not use my HOST CODE as SU! has it’s own rewards from which you may choose. You will still receive that FREE ITEM valued up to $10 from me + the Star-Studded Rewards. 😁👍

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Stampin' Up! Fitting Florets Suite

Starting 1 November 2022, customers can order items from the Fitting Florets Collection. All items in the collection can be ordered separately. No limits apply during the customer sales period.

The following exclusive products are only available while supplies last:

  • Framed & Festive Cling Stamp Set (item 160888)*
  • Fitting Florets Designer Series Paper (item 161814)
  • Gold Adhesive-Backed Swirls (item 161822)

The following will be available for purchase in the Mini Catalog starting January 2023:

  • Framed Florets Bundle (item 162407)
  • Framed Florets Photopolymer Stamp Set (item 161815)*
  • Framed Florets Dies (item 160623)

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May you have a beautiful day.

Make someone happy sending them a handmade card filled with love.

Stampin’ Up! Peaceful Boughs Christmas

Today’s post is all about Christmas using the Peaceful Boughs stamp set with coordinating Beautiful Boughs Dies. I couldn’t help it – there are two cards for the Amy’s Inkin’ Krew Blog Hop using the Christmas/ Holiday theme. I think you will find some wonderful inspiration on this hop. Enjoy…

My first card is made using the Wonder of The Season MEMORIES & MORE CARDS & ENVELOPES as my card base.

It is so shiny, it was really difficult to get a good photo…

  • Pear Pizzazz card stock is the bottom layer cut to 3 1/8 x 4 1/8 (cut 2 – one for inside) + scraps for the boughs.
  • Red Foil Sheets is next and cut 3 x 4. Adhere to the Pear Pizzazz with liquid glue
  • Die cut two single pine boughs from Pear Pizzazz card stock using the Beautiful Boughs Dies.
  • Die cut one triple bough from Shaded Spruce card stock using the Beautiful Boughs Dies
  • Die cut two pine cones from either Soft Suede card stock or Early Espresso card stock. (The card stock in the photo is a retired color)
  • Adhere the pine boughs to the Red Foil layer with liquid glue. Adhere the pine cones with dimensionals.
  • Add the Linen Thread & Gold Cord bow with a glue dot to the pine cones
  • Stamp the sentiment in Shaded Spruce ink using the Toile Christmas stamp set. Die cut with the Christmas Cardinal Dies that coordinate with Toile Christmas stamp set.
  • Adhere the sentiment banner with dimensionals to the Red Foil layer.
  • Adhere this completed layer to the card front with dimensionals.

for the inside…

  • Stamp the sentiment from the Peaceful Boughs stamp set in Shaded Spruce ink on a panel of Whisper White cut 3 x 4
  • Adhere this Whisper White panel to Pear Pizzazz card stock cut 3 1/8 x 4 1/8
  • Adhere this completed panel to the inside of the card and voila! the card is complete…

The second card uses the Beautiful Boughs Dies, Painted Labels Dies and the Itty Bitty Christmas stamp set.

  • The card base is Thick Whisper White 4 1/4 x 11 scored at 5 1/2
  • The embossed layer is Whisper White 4 x 5 1/4 using the Evergreen Forest 3D embossing folder and adhered with liquid glue to the card base
  • Cut Shaded Spruce card stock 3 1/4 x 3 1/4
  • Cut Neutrals DSP (Soft Suede) 3 x 3. Adhere to the Shaded Spruce panel with liquid glue.
  • Die cut two single boughs using the Beautiful Boughs Dies and Pear Pizzazz card stock
  • Die cut one triple bough using the Beautiful Boughs Dies and Shaded Spruce card stock
  • Adhere the boughs to the DSP panel with liquid glue
  • Die cut a single pine cone using the Beautiful Boughs Dies from Soft Suede card stock. Adhere with dimesnionals.
  • Tie a bow using Braided Linen Trim in Mossy Meadow (NEW ITEM!) and Gold Cord from the Forever Greenery Trim Combo Pack. Adhere with a glue dot.
  • Stamp the sentiment in Garden Green ink on a 1/2″ strip of Whisper White. The sentiment comes from the Itty Bitty Christmas stamp set. Made a banner at one end.
  • Die cut a decorative strip using the Brushed Metallic Paper and the Painted Labels Dies. Adhere with liquid glue to the back of the sentiment banner. Add dimensionals to the right end of the banner and adhere to the card front. I also suggest putting some liquid glue on the left end of the sentiment banner to adhere to the pine bough square.

For the inside… and the envelope…

  • Stamp the sentiment in Soft Suede ink on Whisper White card stock cut to 4 x 5 1/4. The sentiment comes from the Peaceful Boughs stamp set.
  • Stamp the pine boughs (yep, from the Peaceful Boughs stamp set) in Soft Suede ink, stamping off at least once, twice might be even better.
  • Cut a strip of the Neutrals DSP 2 1/4 x 6 and adhere to the envelope flap with liquid glue. Trim to fit. YEAH! Card is done, done, done!

Products for these cards may be found in the list below. I hope you have felt inspired to create something from the Peaceful Boughs bundle – it’s gorgeous! Please continue on with the hop by using the buttons below. If you get lost along the way, you may click on the list to visit others on the hop today.

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Make someone happy by sending them a handmade card filled with love.

Stampin’ Up! Best Dressed 6 x 6 DSP w/Painted Labels Dies

Today’s cards feature the Stampin’ Up! Best Dressed 6×6 Designer Series Paper and the Painted Labels Dies. The focus points right to this fun DSP. This would be an easy card to mass produce, which really isn’t my thing, but it could be done. Let’s take a look…

Best Dressed card #1


Best Dressed Card #T








These are so fresh and bright! I’ve put no sentiment that designates whether this is birthday or get well or hello to a special someone. That can be added right before sending. But this card as is… well it’s just plain cute! Here are the deets:

For the card front…

  • Thick Whisper White for the card base, 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
  • Old Olive 4″ x 5 1/4″ (cut 2, one for the inside)
  • Best Dressed 6 x 6 Designer Series paper 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ + coordinating sing the scrap about 3 1/4″ square
  • Whisper White for the diecuts about 3 1/4″ square

Best Dressed card #1 A

How to put it together…

  • adhere the DSP to the Old Olive using liquid glue or snail
  • Put on dimensionals and adhere to the card base.
  • Using the coordinating scrap, cut a circle using the largest circle die from the Circle Dies
  • Using the Whisper White 3 1/4″ scrap, cut the wonderful open circle from the Painted Labels Dies.
  • Stamp your sentiment using Old Olive ink. This sentiment comes from the Under My Umbrella stamp set.
  • Adhere this stamped piece to the circle using liquid glue or snail. Put on dimensionals and adhere to the front, noting placement for each card.


  • Card #1: Stamp three flowers from the … blooms stamp set and punch out using the Small Bloom Punch. Embellish with Noble Peacock Rhinestones. Put two of these of dimensionals and place accordingly. The other gets adhered using liquid glue and tucked under one of the flowers.
  • This card also got a fun ribbon… Granny Apple Green 1/2″ Textured Weave Ribbon. Adhere with a glue dot.
  • Card #2: A couple of differences on this card. First..I used a scrap of Whisper White 5/8″ Ribbon scrap to put behind the circles, adhering it with a bit of snail directly onto the ribbon.
  • Second…since the Painted Labels diecut was used on the DSP, use another Whisper White scrap to cut a circle that will be large enough for your sentiment but small enough to show off a bit of the DSP. Adhere that circle (after stamping of course) with liquid glue to the DSP cut. Embellish with Glitter Enamel Dots to coordinate with the card front. Adhere with dimensionals over the ribbon.

The insides:

Best Dressed card 1 inside

  • Best Dressed card #2 inside
  • Adhere the additional piece of Old Olive to the inside.
  • Adhere a 1/2″ strip to the lower potion of the card (about 1/4″ from the bottom.
  • For card #1 I added an additional flower cut by using the Small Bloom Punch. It also got a Noble Peacock Rhinestone. Do you notice the variegation in the color of paper? I used my Old Olive light and dark Blends to color a section of Whisper White card Stock and simply punched out the flower. :O)

Remember to do your envelopes! Note that Card #1 flap has an additional 1/4″ piece of Old Olive in addition to the DSP. Card #2 is just the DSP.

Below are two more cards I created in the same way, just using different papers in the stack and coordinating the card stock to match.

  • Card #3 uses Mint Macaron card stock, Mint Macaron  1/4″ Ribbon and the Glitter Enamel Dots
  • Card #4 uses Purple Posy card stock, Polka Dot Tulle 5/8″ Ribbon and Glitter enamel Dots. TIP: The Polka Dot Tulle ties beautifully but for me, is difficult to make a bow. How did I fix that? I tied it as a bow then trimmed the the bow part so it looks like just two ribbon pieces together. 

Best Dressed card #3

Best Dressed card # 3 inside









Best Dressed card #4

Best Dressed card #4 inside

These were such fun cards to do – and I like how they all turned out so differently.

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