Sunday, August 29, 2010

Stair Step Card

For those of you that know me, this will come as no surprise.  I love interactive cards.  You know, cards that move or have a unique fold.  I just find them fun.  The Stair Step card is one of my favorites.  It really seems like the new Posh Asian sets were made to fit the smaller parts of the card along the top and bottom.  I learned how to make this card on you tube.  This design is made by Dawn, my Stampin Up demonstrator.  I used several simple elements on this card & very few supplies.  I think the colors make a really bold statement.  They kind of make me think of Americana type Forth of July colors.  The stamps are all Posh from the Asian 2 set.  Get them from I Brake for Rubber.  Their link is in my sidebar.  Also check out the talented design team members blogs in my right sidebar.  There is so much inspiration.  Use coupon code SAVE10JIL to get 10% off your order.  Thanks for stopping by!  JIL

Stamps: Posh Asian 2 Set
Papers: Stampin' Up! Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla
Inks: Stampin' Up! Crumb Cake, Cherry Cobler & Early Espresso, Tsukineko Versamark Watermark Ink Pad
Supplies: PSX Cobalt Tapestry Embossing Powder, Gold Flat Backed Pearls

3 comments:

Rush'd Lady said...

Love this teapot card too!

Judy said...

That is Beautiful!

Valerie said...

Jil, Your work is amazing. I just found your YouTube Channel and Blog site. I look forward to viewing more of your work. You are so talented. Have a blessed day. Valerie