VIDEO: Work of Art – Artist Palette

work of art-stampin up - artist paletteLove, love, looooove this card design…the Artist Palette from the Stampin Up Work of Art Stamp Set. Check out the video below for details on how to make this card. If you don’t have this Work of Art stamp set, you need to put it on your list. It’s my new “go to” stamp set for everything. So many ideas outside and inside the box with it.

This was one of my swap cards for Stampin Up’s annual Convention in Salt Lake City last week. (Click here to read more ). Designed by my friend Ellen Quintin via Paula Reid.

Note on circles: After this video was made, I measured the circles on Ellen’s card were slightly bigger than 1/4″. I recommend the using the Owl Punch for the circles instead of the 1/4″ punch.

 

wood work of art box set upTIP FOR WOOD MOUNT SET: Work of Art is a new stamp set in the 2014-15 Stampin Up Catalog. I highly recommend purchasing this set in Clear Mount, simply because my wood mount set is very hard to fit in the box. It’s like a puzzle and only seems to go a specific way. So I took a picture, printed it and stuck it to the inside of the box for the future. Here’s my picture in case you experience the same puzzle.

 

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Comments

  1. gayle gibbons says:

    saw this at Cheryl’s and fell in love with it. can’t wait to case for my September card class…thanks for sharing..

  2. Carol Carriveau says:

    Love this card!!! In fact I will be CASEing it for a birthday card that I need for this weekend. Thank you very much for your tips and tricks (!!!) on your video….and the inspiration!

  3. Hi Tami
    Love all your tutorials wish u could go back to doing one a week as I REALLY enjoy watching them. I’m a Stampin Up demonstrator and look for inspiration from you and a couple of other demonstrators. Please keep them coming.
    Karen

  4. Tami,

    This is JUST TOO CUTE! I love to see the creativity of others and am amazed every day by the inventiveness I see in SU Demonstrators!

    Thank you for sharing Ellen’s card!

    p.s. – I just watched your video on “one in a million” and was brought to tears as you came through the door and saw all those people there just for you! HOW FUN! Congratulations!

  5. Linda Virts says:

    Tami, Made this card also. I took the word window punch and punched out on top where the paint brush handle would be. This made it look like it had the hole in center as I don’t have the hole punch either. I love yor work. Am constantly going to your site for ideas. thanks. Linda