Tuesday Tutz for ya!

Hey ProCrafti-Stampers.. Pray you are all doing well- Staying warm for those of us here in the North Tundra..lol..

I wanted to give a special shout out to one of my dear friends and team members, Ms Dee with DeesDazzlesGifts!

She sent this beautiful card along with the stamp set. Did you read that..

'along with the stamp set'.... who does that.. lol~ (so touched by her thoughtfulness💝)


(C) copyright images of Stampin' Up!

(C) copyright images of Stampin' Up! (located pg83 in AC)

Awww.. so wasn't that nice of her.. she is so sweet. So I wanted to give her a shout out here on my blog plus show you this card I made for her. Of course I had to make it into a tutorial (tutz) ❦ as well!


(C) copyright images of Stampin' Up!

(C) copyright images of Stampin' Up!

SUPPLIES:

Shaded Spruce Cardstock 146987

Basic White Cardstock 159276

Bronze/Ivory Blends 154922

Fresh Freesia Blends 155518

Polished Pink Blends 155520

Granny Apple Green Blends 154885

Dimensionals 104430

Stampin Seal 149699

Memento Ink 132708




MEASUREMENTS

Card Base: Shaded Spruce 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” Score in half

Frame Panel: 3-1/4” x 4-1/2”

2-1/4” x 3-1/2”

Basic White (Inside): 5-1/4” x 4”

Basic White Cuts: 4” x 5-1/4”

3” x 4-1/4”

2” x 3-1/4”

RECIPE

*So first of all.. set your cuts in color to the side in a pile-

1.) Lets start with basic white, take your tear tape and or Stampin Seal and lightly "lightly" place a small, very small, piece of tape on each layer and place them together (you do NOT want to put too much or it will tear your cardstock for when we go to step 5 )

2.) Now take the stamp set above or one of your choosing, and ink up your stamp- use a stamp mat if you have one- if not- double up some scrap paper to give cushion. Strategically place the stamp so it can cover all three mats.

3.) Leave room for a sentiment or do as I did above; to be honest.. I forgot about the sentiment.. so just winged it!