Global Stamping Friends-Festive Celebrations!

Stampin Up blog hop. Stampin Up No Bones About it

Hello friends!  Its time for another Global Stamping Friends blog hop!  This month is all about Festive Celebrations!  You’ll find tons of ideas (and hey, there’s still time to make your own cards, you know!), including mine.  I saw this “gap card” tutorial on Pinterest and had to take a stab at it!  Its not the hardiest card, so its better for personal giving than mailing, but oh so pretty!  I’ve included a cutting guide at the end to help you out.

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Here’s what it looks like standing up:

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I stink at taking pictures.  I”m sorry!  Its really pretty in real life, trust me!  The little star is from the Year of Cheer embellishment pack-I threaded some gold thread to hold it, then taped a bit of Whisper White cardstock over the back of it to camouflage the thread.

The cutting instructions are as follows!  Feel free to print it out and keep it handy for other projects.  All the supplies used are listed at the bottom of the page, and you can just click on the picture to be taken right to my shop.

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If the picture above doesn’t print off nice for you, you can go to the dropbox link here:  Gap card tutorial.

I do hope you’ll check out the rest of the bloggers in this blog hop!  Next up is the fabulous Libby Dyson of LibbyStampz!  Check out her creation HERE!

Here is the list of bloggers in the hop with their links, so check them out!

  1. Anita Wifladt
  2. Rebecca Urban
  3. Libby Dyson
  4. Jan Musselman
  5. Lisa Ann Bernard
  6. Karie Beglau
  7. Amanda Farlinger
  8. Kimberley Anne Morris
  9. Tricia Butts
  10. Amanda Bates
  11. Kristie Neal Walthall
  12. Anastasia Radloff
  13. Erica Jones
  14. Jenn Charles Curtis
  15. Marieke Bart
  16. Courtenay Heuston
  17. Angelique Stempelkeuken
  18. Sarah McDermott

 

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17 COMMENTS

  1. Kimberley Morris | 1st Dec 17

    I think your pictures are great, it does look pretty in them, but I bet it’s still even more stunning in person 😀 Thanks so much for the little tutorial diagram, I *still* haven’t gotten those letter dies yet!

    • Rebecca Urban | 1st Dec 17

      You neeeeeed them!!! Go get some SAB rewards when you get them LOL

  2. Tricia Butts | 1st Dec 17

    Your card looks wonderful. I have always wanted to try this technique. Great job.

  3. Erica | 1st Dec 17

    Gosh I love this! So simple yet so very effective! Thanks for sharing

  4. Amanda | 1st Dec 17

    Just stunning Rebecca… such an effective card style…

  5. Jan Musselman | 1st Dec 17

    Verry Nice! I love the little star in the O. Thanks for the card map too.

    • Rebecca Urban | 2nd Dec 17

      That was a last minute addition, I still have a whole container full of them!

  6. Libby Dyson | 2nd Dec 17

    Fantastic card. I love how you’ve showcased different products with it too. Thanks also for the instructions and for the inspiration

    • Rebecca Urban | 2nd Dec 17

      Thank you! I hope the instructions make sense!

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  8. Karie B Stampin' Up Demonstrator | 2nd Dec 17

    This card is a real Wow! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Gloria Sperring | 2nd Dec 17

    I could not access your tutorial. Could you please send anther copy of it?

  10. Courtenay Heuston | 4th Dec 17

    I do love this style of card – yours is lovely

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