Today I have a birthday card for you using the beautiful Stampin’ Up! Flight and Airy DSP which is available to earn free during Saleabration,
I have used different designs of the paper in the strips on the Countryside Corners die cut shape, and the bird is also fussy cut from the paper. My base card is Misty Moonlight. I was tempted to add some embellishments, but in the end I felt the card was busy enough with the embossing from the Delightful Doily Hybrid embossing folder, and the paper strips.
How can I get the Stampin’ Up! Flight and Airy DSP?
Here’s a closer look at the Flight and Airy DSP. It’s one of eleven different gifts you get to choose from when you place an order of $90+ during Saleabration. Want to know what you can choose for Saleabration in Australia? You can view all the gifts HERE in the Saleabration section of my online store.
Isn’t the Stampin’ Up! Flight and Airy paper beautiful? The coordinating cardstock and ink colours are Boho Blue, Bubble Bath, Calypso Coral, Crumb Cake, Daffodil Delight, Flirty Flamingo, Fresh Freesia, Garden Green, Lost Lagoon, Misty Moonlight, Pecan Pie, Soft Sea Foam
I’ve also made this card with the Flight and Airy DSP and you can find all the details about it in this blog post.
I will also be sending out a step by step fun fold tutorial using this paper at the end of this week, so make you you subscribe to my weekly tutorials.
The other product I love on both of these cards is the Doily Hybrid Embossing Folder. It’s an embossing folder which has coordinating dies. In the two cards I have shared I have used the products individually as an embossing folder and a die, but I hope to share some other ways to use this bundle soon. I really like the effect of the embossing folder on the Misty Moonlight cardstock in this card though. I also inked around the edges of the Countryside Corners die cut once I had trimmer the ends of the paper strips off the edges. My sentiment is from the Inked and Tiled stamp set in the Annual Catalogue (link at end of post).
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Browse or Shop Online for Stampin’ Up! Products in Australia
You can find any of the the products used in today’s project in my online store. There are three ways to purchase – either online, or you can also contact me by phone or email and order them directly. Payment is via credit card online or by direct deposit or credit card when you order direct. You can view the other products I have used, by viewing the links at the end of the post.
Don’t forget to use the host code if your online orders are less than $250. That way you will earn a small gift from me which is sent midway through the month after you place your order. If your order is over $250 you are better off selecting your own rewards at the time of placing your online order.
Thanks so much for reading my creative ramblings today. Have a great day and I’ll be back again soon.