My Stampin’ Up!® team participated in another Mystery Parts challenge. This is an idea that I borrowed from Diana Gibbs. One person on the team sends miscellaneous card parts to the others and they have to come up with a card using all the parts they were sent and add anything they want to it. We aren’t allowed to send stamped images so, of course, we all need to use our stamps as well as dies, etc. This time the parts were sent to us by Karen. She sent a Very Vanilla card base, two pieces of World Of Good Designer Series Paper, and a piece of Color Velveteen Paper in Cinnamon Cider.
Here is the card I made:
The World Of Good DSP is part of the World Of Good Suite in the Stampin’ Up!® 2020/2021 Annual Catalog. Also included in this site is the stamp set called Beautiful World and The World Map Dies. I had both the stamp set and coordinating dies so I decided to use them. I love how Stampin’ Up!® coordinates all their products to make it easy to put things together.
I layered all the mystery parts Karen sent along with some Basic Black and Cinnamon Cider cardstock. I cut out the globe using Gold Foil Paper and layered that onto a circle of Basic Black cardstock. Both dies are part of The World Map Dies. I stamped the sentiment using the stamp set called Beautiful Autumn (in the August-December Mini Catalog) in Versamark and Gold Embossing Powder and heat set it using my Heat Tool. Then I cut it out using the Banners Pick A Punch which is also in the Mini Catalog.
Here are the other cards my team members made using these mystery parts.
This is Kim’s Theater Card: Closed
Karen must have deleted her card because I can not find it on our FB Group page but if I do I will add it later.
Aren’t they so much fun? It always amazes me how different each card is even though we used the same materials.
Susan, your card is wonderful. What a great masculine card!
How fun! I love the idea as well as the mystery materials used here. Your card is gorgeous.
Isn’t this so fun? I love the cards, and yes it is amazing to see the differences with the same supplies. Hugs, Di