More Flirtatious Specialty Fabric Cards

Here are the last two cards I made experimenting with the Flirtatious Specialty Fabric. First up is this bright birthday card in  Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight, and Melon Mambo. I used the Perfect Details Texturz Plate in the Big Shot to texturize the yellow card stock. I layered it on Whisper White, which I punched with the Scallop Trim Border Punch.

The flower was made using Island Floral Bigz Die. I layered two of the large flowers and two of the small ones, using a 5/16″ Basic Brad in the center to hold them together. I made “leaves” with Old Olive 5/8″ Grosgrain ribbon.

As for the sentiment, I used Perfect Punches colored in with SU Markers and then punched using the Extra Large Oval Punch, then attached to the card using stampin dimensionals.

Finally, I made one last card with Flirtatious Designer Fabric. It’s a 5″x5″ square using Wisteria Wonder as a base. The next layer is Whisper White, followed by Pretty in Pink die cut with Bigz Scallop Square Die.

The fabric was cut using the Scalloped Heart of Hearts Embosslit Die. I layered them onto melon mambo/whisper white squares, with a Small Heart Punch in the center. A rhinestone was added to the middle of each heart. The squares are adhered with stampin dimensionals.

The sentiment is from Well Scripted, stamped in Wisteria Wonder ink.

Flirtatious Fabric {Scalloped Tiered Dress}

This is a twist on the scallop circle dress, usually made with paper and the Bigz Scallop Circle Die for the Big Shot. Here, I switched out the paper for Flirtatious Designer Fabric in the Wisteria Wonder/White pattern.

Directions: Cut the fabric using the Bigz Scallop Circle Die just as you would paper. Cut off scallops from each side, making sure you have 4 scallops on the top and 7 scallops at the bottom. Using the left over pieces, layer them on the dress where you would like the tiers to be, then trim off any excess scallops. I ended up with 5 scallops for one tier and 6 scallops for the second tier. Glue them to the dress with Glue Dots.

To make a belt, I took some 3/8″ White Taffeta Ribbon and tied it around the dress. Using the cropadile, I punched a hole through the ribbon and added a Ice Circle Rhinestone Brad. The dress is adhered to the base with SNAIL.

As for the rest of the card, I used Concord Crush for the base and Whisper White for the main layer. I used the Framed Tulips Embossing Folder to emboss the white layer.

The sentiment is from Perfect Punches, colored with Concord Crush Marker (outside) and Wisteria Wonder Marker (inside). I attached it to the card with stampin dimensionals.

Flirtatious Fabric {Birthday Pennant}

Pennants are everywhere lately. Stampin UP has several birthday stamp sets using pennants, a pennant punch, and I’ve even seen decorating ideas using pennants as cake toppers.

Using the Flirtatious Designer Series Fabric, I came up with several projects using Stampin UP fabric on cards. Being that I’m not into sewing (I can sew a button or fix a hole in a sock, but that’s about it), the cards I made are relatively simple. I treated the fabric as paper, cutting it and adhering it just like card stock.

The above card uses pieces of fabric cut into triangles to create a pennant. I used SNAIL adhesive behind the fabric. It’s easier to put the SNAIL onto the card stock first, then adhere the fabric down. After putting the pennants in place, I glued Linen Thread along the tops of the pennants using Mono Multi Adhesive.

The stamp is from Bring on the Cake, stamped in Basic Black and colored in with coordinating SU Markers. The base is Old Olive, layered with Daffodil Delight and Whisper White. The ribbon along the bottom is Pretty in Pink 1/8″ Taffeta. Below the ribbon, I punched holes using the cropadile to expose the yellow card stock underneath.

I’ll be posting more projects using the Flirtatious Designer Fabric so stay tuned…

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