Card front with Image #1
Card front with Image #2
Okay I was having some fun playing around yesterday and today......here is a card known as a View Master Card. You make a window in your card front, cut a circle out of card stock, stamp images (up to 3 or 4 depending on the size of your circle) on the circle and if you look at the right side of the card you will see part of the edge of the circle with ticks on it...that is what you use to turn your circle so you can see the different images that have been stamped - pretty neat hey. When this idea popped into my head yesterday I thought what a neat way to introduce Stampin' Up!'s new IN-COLORS to you.......yes the dark brown color that is the inner layer of my circle window and the ice cream cone are stamped with Stampin' Up!'s new core color EARLY ESPRESSO. It is a fantastic color to stamp with. Such a deep color - I love it already. The color on the second picture of the card is Peach Parfait with a touch of Poppy Parade outlining the ice cream swirls which are two of Stampin' Up!'s new in-colors. The instructions on how to make this card are found here. Instead of using a Coluzzle Circle Cutting System I used Stampin' Up!'s Circle Cutter System. This card was really fun to make.
Card front with Image #3
Stampin' Up! Supplies used:
stamp sets: Sweet Scoops (Summer Mini)
paper: Kraft card stock, Early Espresso card stock (new core color), Bashful Blue card stock, Whisper White card stock
ink: Poppy Parade (new in-color), Pear Pizzazz (new in-color), Early Espresso (new core color), Peach Parfait (new in-color), Concord Crush (new in-color)
accessories: 1-3/4" Circle Punch, 1-3/8" Circle Punch, Photo Corner Punch (to make banner end), Stampin' Dimensionals, Silver Brad, Crop-a-Dile
Picture of the inside of the card behind the view master window
To order the products to make this card, please contact me directly or go online to my Stampin' Up! Demonstrator website. There is a direct link on the left hand side of my blog. The new in-colors won't be available until July 1, 2010.