Monday, 7 August 2023

Inked & Tiled Thank You Card & Blog Hop

Warm greetings from Canada! In case we haven't yet met, I'm Julie Golding Page, an Independent Stampin' Up!® demonstrator living on the Atlantic coast of Canada. Our town of Saint Stephen is just across the tidal Skutik/Saint Croix River from Calais, Maine, USA.

Friends, today I'm excited to participate in Kylie Bertucci's Monthly International Blog Highlights Gallery!

We all blog hop across the Stampin' Up!® world, seeing multitudes of fantastic cards. Then everyone who views the cards gets to vote for their favourites!

Vote for my card here.

The theme for our cards is thank you. A handmade card is a lovely way to offer a word of kindness and gratitude. Here's my card:


To make this card, I started by die cutting:

  • a small tag from Basic White Cardstock using Designer Tags Dies
  • a scalloped rectangle from Basic White Cardstock using Scalloped Contours Dies
I'll include a clickable photo supply list at the end of this post.

Here's a look at the Designer Tags Dies, which add an elegant touch to any project.


I then stamped my sentiment from the Inked & Tiled Stamp Set onto the tag in Sweet Sorbet Ink. 

Next, I used 2022-2024 In Color™Stampin' Write Markers to colour on a flower stamp in Sweet Sorbet and Parakeet Party. I stamped the image onto Basic White Cardstock and cut it out with Paper Snips Scissors.

Stampin' Write Markers are a great way to add multiple colours to a single stamp. Here's the 2022-2024 In Color™ pack.

From there, it was all about assembly. I first adhered a 3 3/4" x 5" panel of sparkly 2022-2024 In Color™ Textured Specialty Paper to a 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Basic Black Cardstock card base. I like the way this paper adds a bit of bling to the project.

I then added a 3 1/2" x 4 3/4" panel of Glorious Gingham DSP in Parakeet Party. I chose this paper for its summery picnic cloth overtones and as a complementary colour to Sweet Sorbet. 

Next, I layered on the scalloped rectangle, flower cut-out and tag, using Stampin' Dimensionals™.

I created a bow using Black & White Gingham Ribbon and adhered it with a Mini Glue Dot™. 

My final step was to embellish with Festive Pearls.

How to Vote

Friends, thank you so much for stopping by. Enjoy the blog hop and don't forget to vote for my card with the button above!  

When you click on the button, you'll see the entire gallery of cards. Click on the heart at the top right of your chosen card to place your vote. You have 5 votes, so have fun choosing!

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3 comments:

  1. A lovely card Julie! Thanks for being part of my International Blog Highlights this month and all the best with voting!

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How lovely of you to take the time to write a comment. Thank you - merci - woliwon!

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