This Party Pandas birthday box is such a fun project. Don’t you know the recipient of this sweet bear is going to smile? I love how it looks like he is barely able to stay grounded while holding on to those balloons! Here’s our project for today…
Party Pandas Birthday Box!
The additional balloons that I added to this image are from the Birthday Delivery stamp set. To stamp them “behind” the original balloon I simply created a mask of that balloon by stamping it on a post-it note and cutting it out. Then I was able to stick that mask on the balloon image before I stamped the extra balloons. I sometimes shy away from masking because of the time involved, however, sticky notes are great for making quick and easy masks for smaller images. Plus, I always have sticky notes ready to use. And don’t forget to save the masks that you create. They can be used for other projects too. I simply store them in the box with the stamp set so they are easy to access next time.
The box is just a simple gable box. I think with all the tools we have available to us for box making (box dies, gift box punch, etc) we sometimes overlook the tried and true box making method of cutting and scoring paper by hand. Try not to overlook it though, because it opens up so many box styles to us!
This ends our week of sharing these cute Party Pandas with you. I hope our samples have given you an idea of whether or not this stamp set is one you would like to add to your collection. Remember, it is a Sale-A-Bration set, so you can earn it free with a $50 purchase through March 31.
Next week we will be sharing another Sale-A-Bration stamp set. Be sure to check back to see which one it is!
This Stampin Up Party Pandas birthday card is just FUN! I love the colors, I love the little juggling panda, and I love that it was so easy to make. This Sale-A-Bration stamp set allows you to create fun projects without having to use over-the-top details, like embellishments or lots of layers and frill. Here’s a look at today’s project.
Stampin Up Party Pandas Birthday Card
After having done a few different projects with this particular panda, I must say I really like this juggling one. The “balls” that he is juggling are simply punched cardstock circles using the colors in the background paper. The background paper itself is from the Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper pack from the annual catalog. I used markers and watercolor pencils to color his party hat in coordinating colors.
This is a great children’s birthday card, but I wouldn’t hesitate to send it to one of my fun loving adult friends either. Who could resist that cute little bear?! Surely he would bring a smile to the recipient no matter what birthday number they are celebrating.
Remember, this week we are sharing projects made with this Sale-A-Bration stamp set. I know it is Friday, but I have been slow posting this week and so I will share a couple more projects with this set tomorrow. Be sure to come and check them out! One is a CUTE 3d item. 😉
Earn the Party Pandas stamp set FREE during Stampin’ Up’s Sale-A-Bration campaign that lasts until March 31. During this time you can receive the Party Pandas stamp set for FREE with any $50 purchase. There is still plenty of time to earn FREE product. Contact me if you have questions or need help placing an order. Don’t forget to stop back by tomorrow to see our final projects with this cute stamp set.
This Party Pandas Valentine card is one of the first projects I made with the Party Pandas Sale-A-Bration stamp set. I love that these stamps are so versatile. I can make Valentine cards, birthday cards for kids or for adults, cards to say “hi” to my friends and family, even Christmas cards! Here’s a look at the Party Pandas stamp set…
We will be sharing projects made with this set all week, including some 3d items. Now here’s a look at our Party Pandas Valentine card.
I used a retired embossing folder to create that wonderful heart background. Embossing folders are one of my favorite Stampin’ Up! products. For one thing, they aren’t expensive, that’s always a plus for me. Also, they are easy to use and for very little effort add wonderful details to a project. These hearts are a perfect touch to my little panda on this card.
Last week we shared project ideas using another Sale-A-Bration stamp set, Epic celebrations. You can check out this set here.
Hopefully our posts will help you decide which of the Sale-A-Bration stamp sets you want to own. Remember, the only way to get them is to earn them FREE during Sale-A-Bration!
I want to hear from you! If you have seen the Sale-A-Bration stamp sets, let me know which is your favorite by leaving a comment. Or maybe you’re undecided and want to see more projects from a certain set, leave a comment about that too and I will try to post projects made with that product.