The Stamp Review Crew: Bubble Over Edition

SRC: Bubble Over Edition

It’s time for the Stamp Review Crew: Bubble Over Edition! If this is your very first visit to one of our hops, the Stamp Review Crew is a group of international Stampin’ Up! demonstrators whose mission is to do a blog hop on the first, third and fifth Mondays of each month. Our hops are unique because each of us features the same stamp set used in a variety of ways, giving you loads of inspiration for that set. The hops are archived at the Stamp Review Crew blog. You will be able to click through each hop at any time, going directly to the posts for that hop whenever you want. This week we are featuring the Bubble Over stamp set.  If you are following along in order, you have just arrived from Charlet Mallett.  She is SO talented. After visiting me, you will continue to the next stop, the incomparable Linda Callahan. She has never made a card that I haven’t absolutely loved.  She has such a creative eye.  Enjoy this week’s hop!

The Stamp Review Crew: Bubble Over Edition

Stamp Review Crew: Bubble Over Edition

Bubble over is such a cute set.  While many of the cards created with it are designed using bright colors, I decided to use a more subtle palette. It’s an easy card to create, and one which could be used not only for birthdays, but weddings and anniversaries, too!  I hope you enjoy today’s card!

Colors of the Day
The Stampin’ Schach Design Tips

The Ruffled Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder creates such a soft look, especially when created from Soft Sky card stock.  It’s the perfect backdrop for the heart, which was watercolored in Soft Sky and Sweet Sugarplum.

Stamp Review Crew: Bubble Over Edition

Myths & Magic Iridescent Glimmer Paper, silver metallic thread, and a single rhinestone add the perfect amount of bling.  A vellum bottle was die cut, and placed over the Sweet Sugarplum to add to the softness.

Stamp Review Crew: Bubble Over Edition

The sentiment was stamped in Basic Gray and then cut apart in order to stagger its placement on the card.

Stamp Review Crew: Bubble Over Edition

This card will be sent to one of my Boxer buddies who is celebrating her birthday in a few days. She adores soft colors, so I think this will be a perfect card for her.

I hope you enjoyed today’s card.  If would like to try your hand at creating your own Bubble Over card,  the supply list is located below.  Clicking on a product takes you right to my store.  Not only will online orders over $50 (before tax and shipping) earn you a FREE Sale-A-Bration item, you will also receive a special little somethin’-somethin’ from me IF you use the Host Code.   If your order is $150 or more, please do not use the Host Code.  You will automatically receive the gift from me, as well as your own Host Rewards.


Of course, if you ever have a question about the cards I create or the techniques I use, I am only an email away.  Now hop along to Linda Callahan to see what she has in store for you!  If you get lost along the way, you can find a list of all the hoppers at The Stamp Review Crew.

Stamp Review Crew: High Tide Edition

Stamp Review Crew: High Tide Edition


Price: $110.00


  1. Fabulous card! I love it done in vellum so soft and pretty. Love the color combo too.

  2. I really like the look of the bottle done in vellum. Sweet card.

  3. Love this! The vellum over the cardstock gives such an elegant feel paired with the rich color palette you chose. Great use of the Ruffled EF and the S&S dies; they add such depth and texture! The silver embellishments add that finishing touch! Your creations never fail to please the eye and gladden the heart, Ann!!

  4. Ann, this card is just fabulous! Love the vellum bottle over the cardstock and the ruffled background and the watercolored heart and the soft color palette and… Just Fabulous!!

  5. I love the soft look of the vellum, paired perfectly with the background heart and embossing folder. Great additions of silver glimmer, metallic thread, rhinestone. Love it, Ann!

  6. Chris R. from Iowa

    So soothing and makes you think of what delicious drink it could be. I like Tanya’s idea of blueberry lemonade! Maybe mixed berry since it has a reddish or purplish color like raspberry mixed in there? Love those straws!

  7. I love this subtle colour scheme Ann. Clever use of the vellum over the cardstock for the bottle. Your friend will love this card.

  8. Could this be a fizzy blueberry lemonade? Looks delicious!

  9. Hi Ann! Your card is so cute! I really love the ruffled embossing folder, gives great subtle texture. Beautiful color choices and wonderful design, nicely done!

  10. Totally original! Love the colors you chose and the big heart is fabulous! Always something special at the Stampin’ Schach!

  11. Your card is so soft and pretty. Its nice to see this set in a more subtle color palette.

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