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Thursday, July 23, 2020

July Blog Hop - Creative Card-iology Team

This month is a Sketch Challenge

July is a busy month in our household
Brother, Son, 3 Granddaughters, Niece, Great Niece, Nephew, Great Nephew, plus a few friends
Sister, 2 Nephews and a fried
Aunt who fell and was in the hospital
Great Niece and a friend

So with the sketch challenge, I decided to make this a Get Well card for my Aunt.    

Here are the supplies I used for this card

  • Bumblebee Card Stock – Card Base (8½" x 5½", score at 4¼"), 3¼" x 3¼" for scalloped circle
  • Cinnamon Cider Card Stock – 5⅛" x 3⅞", 3¼" x 3¼" for scalloped circle
  • Whisper White Card Stock – 3" x 3" for Circle, 5⅛" x 3⅞" for inside
  • Flowers for Every Season Designers Series Paper – 3 different coordinating pieces 
    •  3½" x 1½", 3⅛" x 2⅛" and 3⅛" x 1" 
  • Bumblebee 2020-2022 In Color Ribbon – 12½"
  • Healing Hugs Stamp Set
  • Cinnamon Cider Stampin Classic Pad
  • 2½" Circle Punch
  • Layering Circle Framelits Dies (Scallop)                    Dimensionals
  • 2020-2022 In Color Enamel Dots                                Big Shot
  • Stampin UP Clear Block                                              Paper Trimmer
  • Simple Shammy                                                           Wink of Stella
  • Silicone Craft Sheet                                                      Paper Snips
  • Take Your Pick tool                                                      Stampin Seal

Here is the process to make this card

 Fold Card Base in half, add Cinnamon Cider Layer and add 3 DSP pieces
Use Stampin Seal across card then lay ribbon across 3 Times

Using the next to the largest scallop die,
run them thru the bigshot twice, cutting one of each color.
Place the Bumblebee and Cinnamon Cider scallops together and
using your Stampin' UP! Paper Trimmer, cut both together at the same time.
Take one of each size and tape them together on the back.
Stamp your greeting on the Whisper White circle and seal it to the scalloped circle.
Add 5 dimensionals to back of the card stock and adhere to the card.
Finish by adding 3 Enamel Dots to the card.

I needed an Anniversary card, so I swapped out the colors and greeting
to make the card below.

Click on the names below to visit the other team member's blogs and see what amazing projects they have created to inspire you!  Please feel free to leave me a comment and thanks for stopping by.

Jessica Brigden
Bonnie Mountford
Kim Thompson
Diana Buckingham (Your are here)


  1. Beautiful! I love both the get well & happy anniversary cards!

    1. Thank You! My nephew just sent me a text and he loved the anniversary card.

  2. Love the Flowers For Every Season DSP! And love both of your cards!

  3. Love the cards and the step by step details too

    1. Thank you! I enjoyed doing this challenges as it makes me think outside the box.