Tropical Chic Never Ending Card

There’s something so magical and fun about a never ending card. It doesn’t matter how old you are, the excitement of wondering what’s coming next never goes away!

They are also a lot of fun to make and really quite addictive – once I started, I couldn’t seem to stop!

The first one (top left) was made using the very pretty Country Home Stamp Set and Country Lane DSP in an 8″ x 8″ size. My second card (top right) was made using the Tropical Chic Suite. And my final (bottom) card used the gorgeous Animal Outing Stamp Set and Animal Expedition DSP.

The matting and layering takes a bit more effort with so many layers, but the finish made it totally worthwhile. Once I got into into, it became a labor of love!

So pleased with the way they all turned out, and making these cards is a lot easier than you might think. Click on the link below to see my video tutorial for how I did it, and thanks so much for visiting today 😘 xx

Measurements for making 5″ x 5″ Never Ending Card

Cardstock – 10″ x 5″

Score on the SHORT side at 1 1/4″, 3 3/4″

Cut on the LONG side into quarters (at 2.5″ increments)

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Lemon Lime Twist A4 Cardstock
Melon Mambo A4 Card Stock
Whisper White A4 Card Stock
Pool Party A4 Card Stock
Call Me Clover A4 Cardstock
Animal Expedition Designer Series Paper
Animal Outing Clear-Mount Bundle
2017-2019 In Color Stampin' Write Markers
In Color 2018–2020 Stampin' Write Markers
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad

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Treat Time at the Team Retreat

I’ve just returned from a fantastic weekend retreat with my Stampin’ Up! team mates and Upline.

It’s always good fun to get together, and it was doubly fun as I recently promoted to a Silver Demo and was able to enjoy a special celebration dinner on the first evening.

I decided to use the Treat Time Bundle for my team swaps. I love all of Stampin’ Up’s 3D project dies, and the fact you can put together multiple treat holders quickly and easily, and without having to worry about measurements etc.

I created almost 50 of these gorgeous treat holders using a mix of the Frosted Floral Speciality DSP, the Petal Promenade DSP and the Tropical Escape DSP.

So easy to put together and they look fab with bakers twine. How cute are the heart toppers?!

I filled my treat tubes (AKA sour cream containers) with little packs of sweeties πŸ˜‹ but individually wrapped chocolates would also work well xx

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