- 1 DIAMOND EASEL CARD SERIES
- 2 CLASS
- 3 KITS & SERIES
- 4 PHOTOS
- 5 GIVEAWAY
- 6 STAMPIN UP PRODUCTS USED
- 7 TAMI'S STAMPIN UP SPECIALS
DIAMOND EASEL CARD SERIES
In this video class I’m kicking off a new fun fold card series featuring the Diamond Easel fold. I’ll be using the brand new Stampin Up Wonderful World stamp set and designer series paper. This set is available free during Saleabration which begins today. Saleabration details here.
On this video I’ll share how you can make the following:
- Large Diamond Easel Fun Fold Cards
- Small Diamond Easel Fun Fold Cards
- Custom Envelopes to fit both cards
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KITS & SERIES
DIAMOND EASEL CARD SERIES LINKS
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These 3 are large Diamond Easel Fold cards. They are all created with the Stampin’ Up Saleabration Wonderful World stamps and paper. I combined this bundle with a few word sets to make them for different occasions.
I paired the Wonderful World bundle with the Celebrating You stamp set and Beautiful Shapes dies for this card. The flowers are cut from the designer series paper.
The colors are the Orchid Oasis & Starry Sky from the new 2022-24 In Color collection.
I used the Celebrating You & Friends are Like Seashells for the words on this card.
The colors on this card are Blushing Bride and Mossy Meadow. The flowers were cut from the designer series paper.
I paired the Wonderful World bundle with the Friends are Like Seashells for the words on this card. The script is very pretty in this set.
The flowers are cut from the designer series paper. The colors on this card are Blushing Bride and Rich Razzleberry.
The last card is the small Diamond Easel card. I used the Through it Together stamps for words on this card.
The colors on this card are Blackberry Bliss & So Saffron.
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