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Filed under: Projects — February 16, 2022 @ 4:16 pm

We are having “faux spring” – 2 days above freezing to tease us and melt some of our big piles of snow in Erie, PA. It’s the perfect time to craft some cards using the Daffodil Daydream bundle and Flowering Tulips Bundle by Stampin’ Up!

Above are our February CardClass projects – a favorite layout, asymmetric gate-fold fun fold and the floating strip technique. I have pdf instructions and a few kits left for this class. You can contact me through my Stampin’ Up! demonstrator website for details.

I made a few alternate cards using the same bundles. Here they are to give you some more fun ideas to try.

Above is a landscape version of my asymmetric gate fold card. I tell in my video and pdf handout how to change the scoring for different looks.

These are my favorites. I die cut a circle from my floating strip panel (half inch strips adhered to a 4×4 piece of Window Sheet). I couldn’t waste the outside portion, so I added a bee made from the Ladybug Builder Punch and vellum wings. The free Daffodil Afternoon Designer paper was used in all the projects above. You can’t beat free – and it’s only during SALE-a-bration! (Aee product links below).

And here are the tulip cards I made using the same layouts and techniques. If you are in my private Facebook group, all the photos, videos and pdf instructions are in Guide 24. If you are my customer or team member, you have free access to all the resources I create. Just contact me through my Stampin’ Up! demonstrator website.

SALE-a-bration is almost over, so if you want to get your free paper or stamp sets for buying, hosting or joining, visit my website now.

I hope you enjoy my projects – I love to share them with you. Find all the supplies I used in my Stampin’ Up! online store – click photos below.

Happy crafting,

Kim Wilson

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