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There is one framelit that I absolutely love. …. Stitched Framelits.  This will be your go to framelite for shapes.  It comes with ovals, squares and circles.  The circle one is the one I chose.   So order it before it is out of stock again. You can do it right here on the Stampin Pink Rose.

Here is my card using the new Moon Baby stamp set from Occasions Catalog 2017.   The babies are so cute and what a fitting name for this stamp set.  If you have a need for baby cards, you need to explore this stamp set.  I need another card perfect for a little girl.  You can find it on my Facebook page. Just click here to discover another Moon Baby card  https://www.facebook.com/stampinpinkrose/

Stampin’ Up! Baby card made with Moon Baby stamp set and designed by Demo Pamela Sadler. See more cards at stampinkrose.com #stampinkpinkrose #etsycardstrulyheart

Base: Crumb Cake

Focus:  Baby with the Umbrella

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Stamp Set: Moon Baby, Lift Me Up (this is available as a bundle)

Moon Baby Clear-Mount Stamp SetLift Me Up Clear-Mount Stamp Set

Color Combination:  Crumb Cake, Bermuda Bay

Ink: Whisper White, Archival Black

Paper: Crumb Cake, Bermuda Bay, Whisper White (base)

Embellishment: Dimensionals

Accessories: Water colored Pencils, Stitched Framelits, Layering Squares, Big Shot, Trimmer

Special Note: The baby is colored with Bermuda Bay, Daffodil Delight, and a mixture for skin.  To do the skin start with the white pencil and then add the red to it.  Do it lightly and afterwards add a little more white to it.  Remember you are using the new Water colored pencils for it.  Your skin color will vary each time you do it.

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Pop-Up Card Video

With  the new Occasions Catalog 2017 out, I thought it would be a perfect time to look at the Pop Up Card using the new Balloon Pop Up Thinlits Dies.  It is super easy to create. Watch the video and see what I mean.  Then checkout the Balloon Birthday card I posted on January 6th.

 

I f you do not have a the Occasions 2017 Catalog, you can order a free catalog on my blog.   If you have any questions email me at pamela@stampinpinkrose.com

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How Do You Do a Shaker Card?

Yesterday I had a Shaker Card for  the Blog Hop.  As you saw it was a Valentine’s card using the Layering Squares Framelits. I thought you might want to see how to do a Shaker Card.  It is very easy to do and makes a unique card.  This is another version of it and it is quite different.

 

The supplies needed for a shaker card are Stampin’ Up! Foam Adhesive Strips #141825, Window Sheets #142314

Stampin’ Up! Example of Shaker card made with Celebrate Today’ stamp set and designed by Demo Pamela Sadler. See more cards at stampinkrose.com #stampinkpinkroseStampin’ Up! Example of Shaker card made using Sweet and Sassy Framelits and designed by Demo Pamela Sadler. See more cards at stampinkrose.com #stampinkpinkrose

This card uses the Vellum instead of the Window Sheets.  The Vellum card appears blurry, but is not. It is just less clear than the Window Sheets.  #101856  It uses Washi tape around the sides.

 

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