Today I'm sharing a card I designed using an old technique but with the new Stampin' Up Birthday Memories Suite. The technique is a double slider card which means when you pull the ribbon at the top of the card a panel pops out of the bottom. The stamp set I used from the Suite is called Birthday Delivery. You can find it in the new annual catalog on page 69. I love this Suite not just for the stamp set and new designer series paper but because there is a set of coordinating framelit dies that even work with some of the art work on the designer series paper so that you don't have to fuzzy cut the items like I've had to do in the past with some of the holiday designer series paper. This Suite not only has designer series paper, stamp set & framelits that all coordinate but it has coordinating ribbon which I did not use on this card as it is for a dear friend who loves dusty pink so Stampin' Up's sweet sugarplum cardstock is great for her and this ribbon is retired but she loves bling so I could not resist using it on this card for her. This is a great example of how the dies coordinate with the stamps. I stamped the little girl & bouquet of flowers in Basic Gray archival ink onto whisper white cardstock. Then I used my Stampin' Write Markers to color in the images. I used the framelits to cut out the images. I used the largest stitched oval framelits to create the oval that I placed the image on. I then stamped the sentiment onto whisper white cardstock and then using the new Pretty Label punch I punched out the sentiment. I attached the little girl and the flowers to the oval using dimensionsals to give the front of the card loads of dimension. The picture below is what the card looks like when you pull the the ribbon from the top.
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