Welcome to the June 2022 Inspire Create Share Blog Hop. This month's theme is "Meet the New In Colors". Sweet Sorbet, Parakeet Party, Tahitian Tide, Starry Sky, and Orchid Oasis – such fabulous names for such fabulous colors. They're bright. They're cheerful. They make me happy. They work so well together but also combine well with many of our other Stampin' Up! colors. All of the 2022 – 2024 In Color projects created for this month's blog hop are intended to inspire you and help you get your stamping and crafting on. So get started and enjoy our Meet the New In Colors blog hop.
For this blog hop post, I chose to use all 5 new In Colors on 1 card. I think they're fun, festive colors so decided I'd create a birthday card. Then as I was creating, I thought, "why not turn it into a gift card holder", something I always need. I hope you enjoy my gift card holder featuring the 2022 – 2024 In Colors and will give it a try. It's really quite quick and easy and is just as much fun to make as it will be to give to someone special.
Cutting Dimensions for Gift Card Holder:
- Card base = 5 1/2" x 10", score at 4 1/4" and 8 1/2" on long side.
- DSP strips = 3" x 1" (1 of each of the 5 In Colors)
- Basic White card stock = 3 1/4" x 5 1/4"
- Basic Black card stock = 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" for card front plus 1 1/4" x 5 1/2" for front of pocket
Now it's time for you to continue blog "hopping" for more creative inspiration and project ideas. Click on the Next Box below to be directed to Tricia Butt's blog post.
Be sure to click the Next Box in each of the blog posts to continue "blog hopping" to see all the projects created for our "Meet the New In Colors" blog hop.
Stampin' Up! products used – Click on any link to be directed to my online store or contact me to order.
Thanks for visiting Stampin' Peace with Mary Knabe. I hope today's blog post inspired you to make some fun projects with the new 2022 – 2024 In Colors including my Happy Birthday Gift Card Holder.
Have a great week and stay cool. The weather report in Columbus, Ohio, is saying it feels like 104 degrees. That's not unheard of here but quite a bit higher than our average high temperature for June. And the humidity is super high too.