Lilypad Lake

I made these cards for my highest achieving students. Those few who earned the top score on the semester final exam will each receive one in their mailbox . . . via USPS . . . yep, with a stamp on it. I am hoping they will be encouraged to receive authentic mail.

You can case* this clean and simple card, adding as much detail as you would like. *(CASE: copy and share everything) I think all three versions are nice.

Step 1: Start with this Stampin’ Up stamp set which is soooo stinkin’ cute!

Step 2: Maybe add an eyelet and some twine.

Step 3: Make it “pop” with a coordinating layer for framing.

There you go. Easy as 1 . . . 2 . . . 3 . . .

Keep it simple, or step it up a notch, or two.

Stampin’ Up Materials Used: Lilypad Lake stamp set, Whisper White cardstock and envelope, Blueberry Bushel and Pear Pizazz inks, Stitched Shapes dies, Night of Navy Baker’s Twine, and Dimensionals adhesives.

2 thoughts on “Lilypad Lake

  1. Hello,
    I am new to some added accessories and embellishments. The one I refer to is the eyelet. Is this done with the “Cropodile”? I just purchased one from Amazon and heard back in the day before I knew stampin up they had one. I purchased mine to have 2 sizes of hole punch basically and it had all these other attachments. I would have to youtube (my favorite training platform) using it. I love this card and after going to Charlotte, there were 2 suites that I nearly wore out. This was one the other was Magnolia. Anyway, thanks for sharing and I found you from Mary Fish weekly email.
    Regards,
    Lyndell

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    1. Hi Lyndell,
      Yes I have the Cropodile which is great because it does so many things, setting eyelets and snaps of various sizes. I love this Lilypad Lake and the Magnolia Suite, too. Great minds. Glad you checked in with me through Mary Fish. She is awesome and I have found so much inspiration on her site.
      Susan

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