Stampin’ Up! Vertical Greetings with Good Ole Pictogram Punches

By Debbie Mageed, Vertical Greetings, Pictogram Punches, Friendly Wishes, Stampin Up

It’s time to start those Valentines Day cards and we are here to inspire you with the stamp sets that you already have in your craft room! I opted to make a relatively generic card that could be used for any occasion. Vertical Greetings is a new stamp set in the 2016 Annual Catalog, and is quite handy because of the long skinny images and sentiments! Pictogram Punches was in the 2014 Annual Catalog and retired last year, I believe. I also used Friendly Wishes which debutted in the 2015 Annual Catalog and is still available.

SUO Challenges is having a Valentine challenge so I will be submitting this card to play. I hope you will check their challenge out as well and play along with me!

It’s All in the Details

  • This card started with Rich Razzleberry cardstock. Wild Wasabi (4″ x 51/4″) was cut and Whisper White (3 5/8″ x 5 1/8″) was embossed in the new Hexagons Dynamic TIEF and adhered to the Wild Wasabi. (Tip: Spray the cardstock with water or rubbing alcohol lightly before embossing to get more definition!)
  • The focal image from Vertical Greetings was inked up with markers in all three colors, then cropped with the Layering Ovals Framelits. After that, I heat embossed the image using VersaMark, inks and Clear Embossing Powder. The heart and flowerpot were fussy cut and popped up on dimensionals. Then, a Rich Razzleberry layer was cut and layered underneath.
  • Wild Wasabi and Rich Razzleberry Ribbons were layered on the background layer then adhered to the card base.
  • Focal image was popped up on dimensionals to the card base.
  • Markers inked up with the sentiment stamp, then cropped into a banner, finished by inking the edges with Rich Razzleberry.

By Debbie Mageed, Vertical Greetings, Friendly Wishes, Pictogram Punches, Valentines, Stampin Up

Quick List of Supplies Used

  • Stamp Sets: Vertical Greetings, Friendly Wishes, Pictogram Punches (retired)
  • Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Wild Wasabi
  • Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Wild Wasabi, Crumb Cake, VersaMark
  • SU Tools: Layering Ovals Framelits, Hexagons Dynamic TIEF, Markers in Rich Razzleberry , Wild Wasabi, Crumb Cake
  • Finishing Touch: Wild Wasabi Seam Binding Ribbon, Rich Razzleberry 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon, Clear Emboss Powder

 

 

Please stop by and check out the rest of the Design Team inspiration over at Retro Rubber Challenge Blog then get your much loved older stamps out and play along! Read the Challenge Guidelines below to be eligible to win. The challenge closes on Friday, February 10th.

Challenge Guidelines

  • We require stamps older than one year. New papers/dies are great – but you must use at least one stamp older than a year and describe the age in your blog post.
  • Post your new creation to your blog or online gallery.  No back-linking prior to the beginning date of the challenge.
  • Feel free to combine our challenge with others but in order to be eligible as one of our Top Five winners, you may not have submitted to more than 10 total.

 

Thanks for coming to my blog today! Please take a minute and leave me a comment! I love hearing from you! If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected] any time. Want to know what’s new with SU? Check out my What’s New on the menu. Until next time, have fun in your craft room!

 

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17 Comments

  1. Such a sweet card. I love seeing some of the older sets used again. This looks great with the new hexagon folder.

  2. I think the most striking detail for this card is your choice of colors. Every element just pops! Love the hexagon texture with the heart! And that lovely seam binding ribbon bow is luscious. This is a “must” CASE… your details are perfection! Off to pin…

  3. I’ve never used Razzleberry with Wasabi before but they look stunning together! It’s a beautiful heart-as-flower and the textured white background shows it off well. Lovely card Debbie.

  4. I agree with Katie, the choice of colors is stunning! The bow, the image placement and the sentiment are great!

  5. Debbie, I love this beautiful card, the color combination is awesome and one I would never have tried, it looks perfect.
    Love the rich texture the embossed panel gives to your focal image, which is just lovely with that beautifully done bow.
    Awesome details inside too.
    Big hugs,
    Maria.

  6. What is going on here? Do I have the right Debbie Mageed? This is pretty clean and simple and beautiful!!! Gorgeous colors and layout complete with a happy plant! I love how you layered your colors and bg to really showcase the image! Sweet perfection!

  7. J AIME BEAUCOUP TA CARTE

  8. hello Debbie – its great to see older stamps used and love the finished card Beautiful colours, just lovely

  9. Debbie, this is stunning!! I love your colour palette and I am also inspired by your use of the tree from the Vertical greetings set, I have struggled with that stamp..Clairex

  10. Such a sweet little Valentine….I love the colors and your wonderful sentiment…I never have the patience to do that! Thanks for having me as a GD, too!

  11. Love! That vertical greetings set is fab! And your water tip? Genius!!! Thank you I am going to try that asap! This card is beautiful! Stunning in every way!❤️❤️❤️

  12. Debbie, I love your card! I love the background embossing and the colors are very nice!

  13. Gorgeous card. Love tha luscious bow. And so perfect for our Valentine challenge. So glad you joined in the fun at SUO challenges.

  14. Love this card….love the colors. TFS

  15. LOVE the potted heart plant! SOOO sweet! Thanks for playing along with the SUO Challenge this time!

  16. I LOVE THE PRECIOUS SIMPLICITY OF THIS LITTLE BEAUTY!! THANKS FOR PLAYING ALONG WITH US ON THE SUO CHALLENGE BLOG!! HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!

  17. Awesome card Debbie! Would have never thought to use the heart stamp in place of flowers for your pot. Thanks for playing along with the SUO Challenge.

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