Sunday, March 27, 2016

NC SU Demos Birthdays Blog Hop

Happy Easter! Welcome to another edition of the NC SU Demos Blog Hop. This month were are featuring birthdays. Once you see the great projects in this blog hop, you'll probably want to get some supplies to make your own. If you are already my customer or don't already have a demonstrator, please go here to order online. Use hostess code FCZ9U27T and get a free thank you gift from me - plus a free Sale-a-Bration item if your order is over $50 (ends 3/31/16).

Today I'm featuring the Party Pop-Ups die, Party With Cake stamp set, and It's My Party Designer Series Paper (DSP). I made these cards pretty simple to highlight that with these products you can get a great card without having to know a lot of special techniques or advance stamping. The DSP is festive, the stamp set has great coordinating messages, and the Party Pop-Ups thinlits provide a huge wow factor without a lot of work or fancy cutting.

Here's the front of my first card. On the cake is basic rhinestone that I colored with my Crushed Curry Stampin' Write marker.

 Here's a picture of the inside. Isn't that really cool how the cake pops up off the page?
 And here's a view from the top so you can really see how it pops out.

 Here's another card, using the other die. The stars are punched with the star punch from the Itty Bitty Accents punch pack. The Melon Mambo 1/4" cotton ribbon is soooo soft. Have you tried it yet?
 View from the top:

The front of this card is embossed with the Confetti embossing folder. The smaller oval is DSP with the message stamped on it. The sequins are from gold sequin trim.


Thanks for stopping by my blog and checking out the blog hop. Next up is Pam Staples. I am certain you will enjoy the projects she has to share. To view her Blog, you may click her name or the picture below. Enjoy the journey.

In case you get lost navigating through the blog hop, here's the whole list. Jump in anywhere and just follow through until you're back where you started.

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Laurie Meier said...

Sue - I love the pop-out dies! And, your color combinations are awesome.

Sue Root said...

Thanks a lot Laurie!

Michelle Irinyi said...

That pop-out die is so fun. It's always a surprise for the recipient, too!

Sharon said...

Stop, stop, stop!!! I didn't buy that pop up die and now y'all are making me want it!! Cute cards, Sue!

Regina Andari - said...

Your bright, colorful cards look so nice! I don't think I've made anything with those dies--maybe I used them once--and your projects are prompting me to knock the dust off of them.

Jo Anne Hewins said...

Great cards, Sue. I love the It's My Party DSP stack. The colors are so great! I didn't buy the dies for the birthday cards. I'm regretting that a little.


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