Stampin Up Perennial Lavendar & 9 Cards In 20 Minutes!

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Hi stampers, I just had to sit down and use this amazing new bundle of products I have in my collection, and I decided I wanted to share how to make a group of cards in a short amount of time. I know from the past that you love ideas on making multiples of a card project simply, so that’s what we’re doing today. To make it a bit more interesting, I decided to start with simple yet beautiful card designs, and then show how to take these beginning level cards and step them up to make them more detailed. Let’s take a look at these lovely cards made with the Stampin Up Perennial Lavender product suite!

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

Stampin Up Perennial Lavender Product Suite

First I’ll quickly share the stamp and die sets I used for these lovely cards. I actually used two different bundles that are part of this product suite. The first bundle is called Painted Lavender and you can see it here.

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

I also used the Perennial Postage bundle. I love both the dies and greetings in this bundle!

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

The entire product suite also includes a designer paper pack, set of gems, and butterfly die cuts. You’ll see more of them below!

Now let’s take a look at these lovely card designs.

Card Design 1

For the simple card shown at the top below, I stamped flowers on the corners and added a simple greeting right on the card front itself.

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

To step up my first design, I created the card shown at right above. I added more detail to the stamped flowers and the greeting is on a die cut instead of the card itself.

Anytime I’m die cutting when I’m making multiples of a card project, I try to simplify the die cutting. For these cards, I used the Perennial Postage Dies and ran several of them through at the same time as you can see below. This saves a lot of time!

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!
Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

For my third card of this design I added one of the pre-cut Paper Butterfly Accents which I had used blending brushes to add a bit of color to. These are such as easy way to add detail to a card.

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

Next let’s look at my second set of designs! `

Card Design 2

On this next card design I decided to keep it extremely simple and use some Perennial Lavender designer paper. For the card shown at left below, the large piece measures 4″ x 5 1/4″ and the small piece measures 3/4″ x 5 1/4″.

For the second card shown at the bottom right, I simply added one of the Paper Butterfly Accents.

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

On the third card shown at the top above, I decided to substitute a more decorative card base which has gold accents. This is from the Gold Foiled Flowers Cards & Envelopes set.

What really makes this set of cards special is the combination die cut and embossing greetings that I created using the Thoughtful Moments Hybrid Embossing Folder. In today’s video I explained how I used this set to create lots of these greetings with just one crank through my Die Cutting & Embossing Machine. Aren’t they lovely? To see more uses for this hybrid embossing folder, take a look here.

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

Card Design 3

I went back to stamping the focal point for my third card design. For the card at the bottom right, you can see that I stamped three flower bouquets and added a greeting on the narrow strip.

Click for details on making 9 gorgeous cards in just 20 minutes. These cards with Stampin Up Perennial Lavender are perfect for beginning through advanced stampers!

To step up the design, I used one of the Perennial Postage die cuts and stamped the bouquets on it for the card shown at the top above.

For the third card, I punched two of the corners using the Very Best Trio Punch and I added a linen thread bow and some gems. Twine and gems are always a great option to add more to a card!

9 Cards In 20 Minutes Video

Watch along here as I create these cards, and stick around for the end to hear about a scary accident we had recently in my family.

Materials List

Take a look here at the supplies I used to create these cards.

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I hope you enjoyed these cards with the Stampin Up Perennial Lavender Bundle!

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One Reply to “Stampin Up Perennial Lavendar & 9 Cards In 20 Minutes!”

  1. Sue Mac Donald

    Anna…..you just blow my mind with your ideas. This is such an ideal set, for a number of occasions. I hope the dsp doesn’t deplete for quite some time. Thank you for sharing your talent

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