A Different Take

Hi!  Today I am playing along with this week’s What Will You Stamp challenge – #WWYS55.

The challenge is to use the Balloon Celebrations set.  I recently held a class featuring this bundle – and while the primary cards are balloons, came up with a few that were not.  Here is one of those cards:

SU! Balloon Celebration, Cups & Kettles Framelits

The steam coming out of the cup are the balloon strings stamp from the set.  The sentiment is also from that set.  The cup is created using the Cups & Kettles framelits.  I really liked how this note card turned out.

I’ve put together a tutorial of all 6 of the cards we made – if you purchase the Balloon Celebrations bundle through me (US residents), I will happily email you the tutorial for free.  Here is a link to my store:

Teresa’s Stampin’ Spot Store

The bundle contains the balloon punch as well as the Balloon Celebrations stamp set.  If you wish to bump up your order to $50 to get a FREE Sale-A-Bration item, might I suggest the It’s My Party Washi Tape and Whisper White note cards – both will be used in the tutorial.

Here’s a little bit of a peek at the cards:

SU! Balloon Celebration

Thanks for stopping by!

Teresa

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4 Responses

  1. I am interested in the tutorial but I am a demonstrator my self and already have the set. Is there another way for me to get the tutorial.

  2. What a great idea! U live the balloon strung steam on your card! Thanks for playing with us this week at What Will You Stamp?!

  3. Love seeing new ways to use things! Great card!

  4. Very clever use of the balloon strings. Thanks for playing at WWYS.

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