Create Sweet Stamping Techniques With Sale-a-bration Paper

stamping techniques with Sale-a-bration designer series paper

Today I’m going to show you how to create some sweet cards using simple stamping techniques and the Free Sale-a-bration Most Adored Specialty Designer Series Paper.  If you recall last week, I showed you how to use the Stampin’ Blends to color the Most Adored paper and today I’m going to show you a super quick way to create this card for Father’s Day, Birthday, Thinking of You or even a Graduation card.

I paired the Most Adored paper with the FREE Sale-a-bration Heartfelt Hexagon stamp set which is the same pairings I used in last week’s One Sheet Wonder class on Thursday night.  The Most Adored Paper, with the Heartfelt Hexagon sentiment stamp set and the coordinating Heartfelt Hexagon punch pair perfectly together, wouldn’t. you agree?

What’s so special about the Most Adored Specialty Designer Series Paper?  Well on one side you have your typical Red, Pink, and White colors in some sort of patterns and on the other side you have a pattern with a gold foiling running through it.  On last week’s card it was a paper with flower bouquets and today it was a plaid type of pattern or that was what I was seeing.  So, what did I do?

stamping techniques with Sale-a-bration paper

I used the Pretty Peacock Marker to draw lines across the paper in different directions filling in wider spaces with my marker creating a plaid pattern with my marker.   The gold foiling on the paper acts like the emboss resist technique and resist the marker in those spaces.  We all love quick and easy stamping techniques, and this paper pack will surely give you lots of different techniques to try with it.

stamping techniques with sale-a-bration designer series paper

I felt like this fun plaid pattern that I created would make an awesome card with the Dad sentiment from the Heartfelt Hexagon stamp set and the Heartfelt Hexagon punch works perfectly with all the sentiments in the stamp set.   I brought some more gold foil into the card with the strip underneath the Pretty Peacock strip on the card front.  Then to finish it off I added a few of the gold Festive Pearls.

most adored specialty designer series paper showing stamping techniques

To get that Pretty Peacock mat underneath the sentiment piece you just punch a scrap piece of Pretty Peacock cardstock using the Hexagon Punch and then cut it in half; you then attach half of the punched piece to the top and the other half to the bottom.  This is a super simple technique that you can with many different shaped punches.

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Speaking of stamping techniques, have you seen the fun Bee Mine Suites Collection from the New Stampin’ Up! Mini Catalog yet? You will find the entire suite of products on pages 8, 9 and 10 of the mini catalog.  You will love this little Bee and all the possibilities this fun punch has to offer. Use the punch to create word bubbles, valentine hearts and so much more.  With this 12 project PDF file you will find so many tips and techniques and the perfect card for your upcoming events.  You have the option to stamp and punch out your bee or you can use those super cute bee prints from the Bee Mine Designer Series Paper by hand cutting them out.  You can also change your bee’s facial expression with the 3 different faces: side eye, winky face or smiley face; depending on the mood of your card.  This bundle is perfect for Valentine’s but don’t let that stop you, I think you will find this cute bundle of products will have many possibilities for so many different occasions, like maybe birthday cards.

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2 thoughts on “Create Sweet Stamping Techniques With Sale-a-bration Paper

  1. Donna says:

    I love how you made the Pretty Peacock stripe on the Most Adored SAB DSP. Did you use a ruler or have any tips how to fill in the stripe? I’ve shown this to several friends and they all are worried that they would make a mess of it!

  2. Glenda says:

    Hi Donna, All I did was use the brush tip of the Pretty Peacock marker and a ruler; just one pass down the side of the ruler gave me the thickness I wanted. Happy Stamping!

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