Stampin’ Up Card with Coordinated Paper and Ink

The Crafty Thinker with Stephanie Fischer

This card by The Crafty Thinker’s guest, Julie Davison, highlights the advantages of using Stampin’ Up’s coordinated papers and inks.  This eye-catching layout (for example, this blue and white card) shows a solid blue cardstock, a matching patterned cardstock and matching ink that was used to stamp the sentiment and heart image on the tag.

Stampin’ Up’s products can take out all the guesswork if you have trouble selecting which colors go best together (a common problem – you are not alone!).  This is a great look and a very versatile card that can be adapted to lots of moods, color schemes and sentiments!


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