Today, I’m excited to share a collection of brand new products, just released today, called the Stampin Up Quite Curvy Bundle. These products are so cute and can be used to make both Christmas and all-occasion cards! Let’s take a look!
Quite Curvy Variety Bundle
This set includes:
- Quite Curvy Stamp Set
- Curvy Christmas Stamp Set
- Curvy Dies
- Classic Christmas Designer Paper Pack
So, when can you order this set? Glad you asked!
Stampin Up’s special release set of the Curvy Celebrations bundle is available for order now until January 4, 2021. This exclusive set is not in catalogs, so take a good look at it here. You can order each item individually or get the entire collection at 10% off for just $70.50 — what a great price!
Curvy Christmas Project Idea
Check out this beautiful Christmas card made from the Curvy Christmas stamp set. Love it!
I used the mirror stamping technique to make this card. Learn about mirror stamping here.
Quite Curvy Project Idea
Today, I’m excited to share with you how I made this everyday card using the Quite Curvy stamp set and Curvy Dies.
Here’s a list of materials you’ll need to make this card.
- Card Base (Highland Heather) measuring 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ folded
- White Cardstock measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ plus extra for dies cuts
- Tasteful Textile Embossing folder
- Quite Curvy Stamp Set
- Curvy Die Set
- Forever Greenery Trim
- Ink (Crumb Cake, Just Jade, Melon Mambo, Highland Heather)
- Water Painter
- Iridescent Pearls
Now, let’s get to work on this beautiful card!
Stampin Up Quite Curvy Project Video
Watch along here to see how I made this card, or keep reading for written instructions!
Quite Curvy Card Tutorial Instructions
You can first prep the base of your card by cutting the decorative edge using the Curvy dies, then embossing it with the Tasteful Textile embossing folder. Next, use a sponge and Crumb Cake ink to create an aged look to your card.
After you’ve sponged the card, stamp the flowers, bird, and greeting using Smoky Slate and Highland Heather inks. Then use a Water Painter with Just Jade, Melon Mambo, Highland Heather, and Smoky Slate inks to add color. Cut the images using the Curvy dies and trim the greeting by hand.
For the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting “Hooray for You!” onto the prepped white cardstock. Attach to the inside of the card base.
Next, assemble the outside of the card. Grab the prepared pieces, Forever Greenery Trim and the greeting. Use your creativity to adhere trim in a “messy” way — just play with it until you like it! Build the flowers, bird stamp and greeting using dimensionals on top of the trim.
Lastly, embellish with pearls!
I love the curves of this card — they make it look so elegant and flow so nicely! I hope you enjoyed making this lovely card using Stampin Up’s Quite Curvy special release products as much as I did!
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