Tomorrow I’m off down south for a Stamp A Stack with a lovely group of ladies. These ladies like both card making and scrapbooking so I always tailor their Stamp A Stack to suite both. They will make one 12×12 layout and 4 cards – two of two different designs.

They use the Stampin’ Up!® Idea Book and Catalogue as it was designed – as an idea book. They will go through all the samples in the book and decide which they want to do and tonight I’m sharing the cards they’ve chosen. They have chosen the two cards at the top of page 75 -  I have altered them ever so slightly as I dont have the Kindred Spirits stamp set and I’ve change the chipboard to using the cardstock instead.

bajapairIn previous years the recipes for each card have been listed in the back of the catalogue and idea book. This year they have used those pages to give us a few more stamps and accessories and have placed the files for the recipes on the Stampin Up Website with the Catalogue. You can download the recipe file with or without the images.  You can find the files here


Here are the recipes for the two cards ….

This card is made from a 6×6 base so finished size is 6×3 inches.


Stamps: Upsy Daisy, Frames with a Flourish
Inks: Not Quite Navy
Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Not Quite Navy, Whisper White
DSP: Urban Garden
Accessories: Stampin Dimensionals, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Paper Snips

This is a very quick and easy card to make and really suites any occasion.


Stamps: Circle Circus, Eastern Blooms, Pocket Silhouettes
Inks: Not Quite Navy
Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Not Quite Navy, Kiwi Kiss, Whisper White
DSP: Urban Garden
Accessories: Paper Piercer, White Grosgrain Ribbon, Stampin Dimensionals

This also makes a quick and easy card as I think the longest bit was cutting out the circle and ring.

I am looking forward to catching up with the girls again tomorrow as we always have a good time when we catch up and stamp together.

I’ll be back tomorrow to show you the layout they will be making.



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