Everyone got the stamp set Fruit Basket and we saw a ton of fun and creativity. Here's the first fruit card. Yes it's a copy from the Sale-A-Bration catalog - a great source of inspiration!
Inside the card is a cute pop up to hold a gift card, 2 sheets 5 x 5 and scored at 1 ½, 2 ¼, 3 ¾ and 4 ½ . Fold on the score lines. Adhere on the 4½ score line so it’s a “box” with open ends. Adhere these 2 boxes together at the ends so you can insert a gift card. Then adhere to the inside of the card ensuring the box edge is flush with the fold of the card.
So I thought I'd post a whole bunch more ideas for you to use with your new stamp set.
This card was inspired by Angie Juda (who I met at OnStage last year!)
And inside is a shopping bag for a gift card.
I love the paper which is very fresh and so cute.
Here's a 1 minute fun video from Stampin Up to make a mini card. This would be great with the navy gingham ribbon (maybe add a blueberry jam as a gift!).
And here are a few other projects - first some treats. I love these 3 x 6 cello bags and the sayings... we make a great pear! love it! Do you love the lemon-lime twist ribbon... it will retire and my bet is that it will be the first item to sell out.
A few more cards... these just showcase the fabulous paper! So fun to decorate the envelopes too.
The fruit slice punch makes a great "hole" for tags. And if you don't need a tag.. turn it into a card. the fruit slice paper is peach on the back and I love it as the background.
Pineapple cards from my great team mates - Connie Johnson and Susan Morrison - and now is a great time to join, pick $99 of product, get $125 of product and 2 free stamp sets!! No shipping, and just the sales tax.
The pineapple paper was a huge favorite - and it's so cute. The fruit in this bowl was a cut out from the raspberry paper.
Do you love the one above with the Tutti Frutti sequins? Super cute Connie!
happy stamping everyone, hope this gave you some inspiration - MaryKate