SIP# 12 – Black, White & Pop of Color!

By | September 4, 2015

Happy Friday!  Not sure about you but I’m sure looking forward to the long weekend. I’m planning on trying my new Pressure Cooker for a Peach Cobbler and some spareribs. Tonight after work my husband and I are planning an evening of take-out and night swimming. The water in the pool is starting to get warmer and perfect for night swimming. Do you have any special plans?

My card for today is for the Stamp Ink Paper Challenge #12: Black – White – Any color. I’ve decided this would be the perfect challenge for me to showcase the new Stampin Up Festive Flower Builder Punch and Red Foil Sheet. Click on the sketch to check out there blog for other cool designs.


For my card I started with a Basic Black card base and Whisper White mat. The focal image is using the new Festive Flower builder punch, I followed the instructions in the video below and punched out all the necessary petals, adhered them using glue dots (works better with foil than glue) to create the flower. The flower is adhered to the card with two levels of dimensionals for added depth.  “Merry” is die cut from the new Christmas Greeting Thinlits Dies which happen to go with the Holly Jolly Greeting stamp set. They can be purchased separately or together as a bundle at a 15% savings. The die cut is adhered using the new Fine Tip Glue pen. This is a really cute card for someone special!

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Click on the image below to watch a Stampin Up video on how to use the Festive Flower Builder Punch.



Thank you for stopping by, hope you liked the card. Click on any of the images below for more information or to place an on-line order. Have a great day, Craft On!

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3 thoughts on “SIP# 12 – Black, White & Pop of Color!


    Congratulation Karen on your win ! Your card is Absolutely Gorgeous!

  2. Sandy M

    Gorgeous! That red foil paper really packs a punch and the flower is just beautiful! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Stamp, Ink, Paper, Karen!

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