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Card Class October 2021

We made 4 beautiful cards for our October class using the Stampin’ Up! Quiet Meadow Bundle and Garden Wishes stamp set and dies.

The cards were for ‘all occasions’:

  • Wedding/Engagement
  • Sympathy
  • Get Well, and
  • Thinking of you.

I particularly love the dies in these sets as they are very versatile.

Wedding/Engagement Card

This card can be used as a wedding, engagement card, possibly even valentine…

I used basic white card stock for the base and basic gray for the contrasting layer which was die cut using the Ornate Layers Dies.

We stamped the background with the textured dots then layered the die cuts popping them up on dimensionals. We finished the card off by adding the ribbon and cord to the greeting and using rhinestones as extra embellishments.

Thinking of You

This card is perfect for any occasion! 

The base is basic white, the 2nd layer is misty moonlight as are the die cuts. The background texture is subtle on the 3rd layer, we used the ‘Time Worn Type’ 3D embossing folder.

The strip of DSP adds a bit of extra colour and the gold cord adds a bit of bling as it’s threaded through the label.

Get Well Soon - Fancy Fold

This was a fun card to make and it’s bound to brighten anyone’s day…

The base is basic white and the colours are Old Olive and Crushed Curry.

The front is cut out using the ‘Stitched so Sweetly’ dies. The card was decorated using the Garden Wishes stamp and Dandy Wishes dies. The bee with the buzzy trail on the inside is a cute surprise!

The label is from the Meadows dies and I used the greeting out of the Timeless Tulips stamp set.


This card can be used for any occasion by changing the greeting. I really love the white on white with a touch of contrasting basic gray for the greeting and label. 

Sadly I used this card to give to a neighbour who’s Dad passed away last week.

We used the gorgeous Dandelions 3D embossing folder as the background and layered a few die cuts over the top. When using liquid glue, I always say ‘less is more’ that avoids getting glue everywhere.

The label was made using the Tasteful Labels and Stitched Rectangle dies, they match perfectly.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these cards if you would like to join us for classes, please check out my class schedule here.

Happy Stamping


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