Handmade Card and Envelope with Stampin' Up

Posted by on May 20, 2013


I recently received some new scrapbooking and paper crafting supplies from Stampin' Up, and wanted to make a handmade card and envelope.

For the envelope, I used white cardstock and rolled the Jumbo Wheel stamp on it for a vintage shopping theme. I added a button I molded using the Simply Pressed Clay Molds (pictured). These molds come with a white, self-drying clay which you can dye if you'd like. I finished the envelope with baker's twine and some dressy gold and black buttons.

To make the card, I embossed the natural cardstock using the Alphabet Press embossing folder and my Cricut Cuttlebug machine. I then cut strips of colored paper and attached them to the card along with decorative tape and flowers made with the Simply Pressed Clay Molds.

There are a lot of looks you can achieve with these products, from vintage chic to fun and funky!

Materials: Stampin' Up "Etcetera" (Jumbo Wheel: Shop Around), Stampin' Up, Simply Pressed Clay Molds (Buttons & Blossoms), Stampin' Up Soho Subway Embossing Folder (Alphabet Press), cardstock, buttons, baker's twine, patterned masking tape (Target).

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