Love You to Pieces

Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator Karen Robinson | Love You to Pieces

Today I have a quick & easy card to share with you made using one of the stamp sets carrying over into the 2019-20 Annual CatalogueLove You to Pieces. This is currently available as a cost saving bundle (save 10%), but the bundle price won’t be carrying over, so if you want to save a little money, make sure to pick it up before June 4 🙂

Little Paper Party, Love You to Pieces Bundle, Gingham Gala DSP 2
I wanted to keep my project light & fun and decided to use up some of my Gingham Gala DSP (retiring) to create a background strip for my card. This was a great way to use up some of the smaller pieces of this paper and I have quite a few puzzle pieces left over for another project.

I decided to cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock a little smaller than my puzzle strip and attach the individual pieces to that first and then adhere the finished strip to my card front as I found it easier to keep everything straight that way – unfortunately, I am a little straight impaired 😉

Little Paper Party, Love You to Pieces Bundle, Gingham Gala DSP 1
I die cut two of the larger puzzle pieces from Grapefruit Grove & Balmy Blue cardstock and added a couple of faces with a stamp set in my stash ( Lawn Fawn – Year 9), you could simply draw these on with markers, but my attempts were not the best.

I added a bow to one of the pieces using the Nature’s Twine (carrying over), this is quite thick so I pulled a few strands off a small length, tied a bow and glued it in place on my “girl” piece.

The pieces were adhered to a Whisper White circle, die cut using the largest Stitched Shapes circle (carrying over) with a sentiment from Love You to Pieces underneath them.  I popped this up with dimensionals on my card front and added a few sequins from the Iridescent Sequin Assortment (carrying over) for a little sparkle to finish off my simple card 🙂

Little Paper Party, Love You to Pieces Bundle, Gingham Gala DSP 5
I left the inside of my card blank except for a row of gingham puzzle pieces along the bottom, I thought this was just enough decoration for this clean and simple card.

I really enjoyed playing around with these bright cheery colours and although I went with more of a girl/boy theme, you could easily adapt this design for a friend or have a few pieces for a family/group card.

If you’d like to see some more ideas on how to use this fun, versatile bundle, please pop over to my Love You to Pieces Pinterest Board for some inspiration.


If you’d like to purchase any of the products I used today, please visit my Online Store. I’d love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Australia and remember to use May’s Host Code: EGAYJP6V  when you shop with me to receive your Party Perks.

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