As soon as I saw the curves in this week’s CAS(E) this sketch, I knew I had to play with the new Curvy Bundle. And, I mean, really new, because I just received my pre-order, and it isn’t available to customers until November 3rd. So, this is a “sneak peek” to whet your appetite.

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Quite Curvy


The first thing I did was stamp the ivy from the Quite Curvy Stamp Set in Shaded Spruce Ink on Whisper White Cardstock. Then, I used a Sponge Dauber and Garden Green Ink for a quick coloring job. After coloring, I ran it through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine with its Curvy Die, and out came my beautiful ivy.

I knew it would look pretty against white, so I cut a piece of Whisper White Cardstock (4″ X 5 1/4″), and embossed it with the Ornate Floral Embossing Folder. This was layered on a Soft Sea Foam card base.


Next, I added more curves to the corner with another Curvy Die, and Soft Sea Foam Cardstock (4 ” X 5 1/4″). The die cut the paper in two pieces, and I glued the bottom half to the white, embossed, cardstock. I didn’t glue the cut-out edge, so the ivy could be tucked beneath it.

The sentiment is from the Quite Curvy Stamp Set, which I stamped in Garden Green Ink. The stamps are photopolymer, so they are bendable, and great for curves.


The last detail was the cute, little birds. I had a tough time stamping and cutting them, so I reversed the order, and they came out perfectly aligned. It worked, because the stamps are photopolymer, and you can see through them. There are three birds in the set, but I cut two from Soft Sea Foam Cardstock, stamped them in Garden Green Ink, added a bit of color with a Soft Sea Foam Stampin’ Write, and attached them with Mini-Dimensionals.


Now you see the sketch that was my inspiration.


The Quite Curvy Bundle is so new, it can’t be seen in my Product List, so here’s a picture of it. If you don’t want to wait until November 3rd, you have the option of joining my Dream Makers team, and putting it in your Starter Kit. Just click on the “Stampin’ Up” button below to join. Why not save 20% on everything you order?


My October Host Code Gift

Add my Host Code (TGDPKUE3) in the box provided when you order a minimum of $50.00 in the month of October, and I will send the Red Braided Linen Trim to you in November.


My October Drawing Prize

This month’s drawing will be 100 pieces of retired, Christmas/Holiday Designer Paper, cut into convenient 6X6″ squares. Your name will be entered in the drawing when you place a minimum $100 order in October.  

You can click on my shop button, or the pictures in my Product List, to go to my store. Have fun filling your shopping bag! I’ll announce the winner November 1st.


Speaking of Designer Paper, a selection of Stampin’ Up’s current Designer Paper is 15% off for the month of October. Instead of $11.50, you will pay $9.78. Clicking on the pictures below gives you a close-up view. Stock up now!



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