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Monday, May 7, 2018

Myths and Magic suite (dragon) - featured product - soon to retire



Hello Friends! this week I am going to be featuring one of my favorite bundles!! the Magical Day Bundle!!


As you can see below, this bundle comes with the Magical Day stamp set and the coordinating Magical Mates Framelits! I still cannot believe these products are retiring, as I think that these have been very popular!!! and honestly I think these products make the perfect card for kids and teenagers in our life!! you will see during the week fabulous cards being made with this bundle! if I say so myself  ;-) 


The card I am showcasing today actually used the designer series paper, instead of the stamp set, but I noticed yesterday on the inventory report that the coordinating designer series paper on this suite it no longer available!! it is sold out, gone, finito! so at this point you can use the stamp set and framlits to duplicate this card!! 

I would use the Tuxedo black memento ink and then color it with the stampin' blends! and of course I would then add wink of stella to get the same shimmery effect on this dragon as with the designer series paper!! 

As I have mentioned in the past blog posts, if any of the items that are retiring are in your wish list, order them ASAP, as these items might be gone really fast!! and as I mentioned I cannot believe this suite is not staying as I really think it was very popular, so I don't expect this suite to stay very long!


Check out the blog post with instructions on how to make this card with TIPS and Tricks for making handemade cards using Stampin Up's Magical Day stamp set!  You will love how quick and easy this is to make!  www.creatingwithallie.com #stampinup #alejandragomez #creatingwithallie #videotutorial #cardmaking #papercrafts #handmadegreetingcards #fun #creativity #makeacard #sendacard #stampingisfun #sharewhatyoulove #kidscards

Measurements and Instructions:

Whisper White card base 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 
Smoky Slate mat 4" x 5 1/4" 
Myths and Magic designer series paper - card front 3 3/4" x 5"; also Fussy cut a dragon image from this paper pack
Pool Party scrap of paper 
Myths and Magic Glimmer paper - White to cut the circle out of the stitched shapes framelits, and from the Bermuda Bay a strip that is 1" x 5" and also another scrap to cut the word amazing from the Celebrate you thinlits 

  1. Glue the designer series paper - card front onto the Smoky Slate mat
  2. Fold in half the card base using the bone folder and glue the Smoky Slate mat onto the card 
  3. Cut both ends of the Bermuda bay glimmer paper strip to create the banner, glue this piece onto the card front, then add the white glimmer paper circle on top of this banner, and using dimensionals glue the dragon onto this piece.. if you do not have the myths and magic designer series paper, then stamp the dragon shape from the stamp set using the tuxedo black memento ink, then die cut it with the coordinating framelit, and then color it with the stampin' blends, don't forget to add the wink of stella to the dragon!
  4. Stamp the You're image from the tabs from everything onto the pool party scrap, and had cut it to make a banner, glue this piece to the card front using mini dimensionals 
  5. Finally glue the word amazing using the fine-tip glue pen 


Check out the blog post with instructions on how to make this card with TIPS and Tricks for making handemade cards using Stampin Up's Magical Day stamp set!  You will love how quick and easy this is to make!  www.creatingwithallie.com #stampinup #alejandragomez #creatingwithallie #videotutorial #cardmaking #papercrafts #handmadegreetingcards #fun #creativity #makeacard #sendacard #stampingisfun #sharewhatyoulove #kidscards


Below is the supply list for all the items I used to make this card, you can click at any of the images to go to my online store, where you can purchase any of these items!! thanks a lot!! I truly appreciate your support, also don't forget about my ordering incentive this year!! 



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