Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Spiced Paisley Stamp-a-Stack project 1

I know you want to see them, so it’s back to the Stamp-a-Stack projects today. This one uses the new Spice Cake Designer Series Paper and just a hint of the Spiced Paisley stamp set. The larger images are stamped on the card base in Versamark, to create a subtle background, and the smaller images are stamped and stamped off in More Mustard on the Very Vanilla tab.

The main panel is the Spice Cake Designer Series Paper, which is just lovely. It’s finished off with some of those cute tiny brads and some gorgeous ruffled ribbon. If you changed the ribbon to linen thread or denim jean ribbon, you could make this less feminine. In fact, Angela T turned her paper over to reveal the green stripes and left the ribbon off completely, for a perfect masculine card.  

Out of interest, if you purchased the Spiced Paisley stamp set (clear-mount), any standard Designer Series Paper, the ruffled ribbon, some mini brads and a corner rounder to make this card using your own ink pads and cardstock, it would come to £45.05... a magical figure which would earn you a free Sale-A-Bration item!

Stamps: Spiced Paisley, Happiest of Birthdays (hostess)
Cardstock: Pool Party, Soft Suede, Very Vanilla
Paper: Spice Cake
Ink: Soft Suede, More Mustard, Versamark
Accessories: Mini brads, ruffled ribbon – Pool Party, Corner Rounder

All products by Stampin’ Up!®


  1. The masculine card was very useful - it went in the post yesterday :-)

  2. More wonderful cards! I love the clean lines on this one!


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