Sunday, May 31, 2020

Birthday Burst

The Stamparatus makes it easy to duplicate or mass produce some cards. This tool is unique because it allows you four different surfaces to use for exact positioning. Here is a birthday card I made using my Stamparatus. Obviously, the Stamparatus is not a necessity for creating, but it does make it easier. 

   Charming Cafe
   Beautiful You
   Beautiful Day

   Berry Burst A-2
   Whisper White 5-1/4 x 4

   Berry Burst
   Archival Basic Black

   Melon Mambo
   Berry Burst
   Old Olive
   Real Red
   Pear Pizzazz
   Sweet Sugarplum

   Paper Piercing

   Paper Piercer

First, I positioned my frame on the Whisper White panel, making sure I left enough room at the bottom for the sentiment. I picked up the stamp with the Stamparatus. Inked and stamped the frame.

Second, I positioned the figure inside the frame. I flipped the panel of the Stamparatus and picked up the stamp. I then inked and stamped the figure inside the frame.

Third, I positioned the stamp to color in the dress. I picked up the stamp with another panel of the Stamparatus. I inked and stamped the inside of the dress.

Lastly, I positioned the sentiment stamp. I flipped the second panel of the Stamparatus and picked up the sentiment. I inked and stamped the sentiment.

I then used my markers to color in the flowers on the frame and the ladies hat.

I pierced the corners of the Whisper White panel and then put the card together.

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  1. Sally this is so pretty - that classy lady is one of my favorite SU stamps!

  2. Mine too, Jeanette. Sorry to see that it is retiring this year.