Urban Oasis card toppers

by Alison Callcott
(Melbourne Australia)

Please note a lot of the products I have used are retired Stampin Up! products from 2009-2010. A few are current. In any event here is a list of the various Stampin' Up! products I have used in making this collection of card toppers ...

Cardstock - Crumb Cake, Baja Breeze and Kiwi Kiss plus Watercolor Paper
Inks - Baja Breeze and Kiwi Kiss
Stamp set - Organic Outlines
Taffeta ribbon - Crumb Cake and Whisper White
Dies - Top Note and Scallop Circle
Punches - various circles (to make the handmade flowers) and Scallop Trim Border
Miscellaneous - 2-Way Glue Pen, Aqua Painter and Sponge Daubers

In relation to the other materials used, the brads are Making Memories, the glitter is Pink Paislee, the embossing folder is Cuttlebug Jamara and the ink I've used on the Crumb Cake cardstock is VersaMark Dazzle.

I think I've covered everything LOL! Thanks for a fabulous challenge Susan. I'm off to pop these onto cards as I don't think I can wait for the 'right opportunity' to come along!!!

Alz :)


Alz, your toppers are simply wonderful. I can imagine they are going to make beautiful cards!

Thank you so much for making them and for uploading them with a complete materials list. That is so helpful to anyone wanting to make a similar topper.

The rules of the challenge do not require the Stampin' Up! products you use to be current, just that you use something from Stampin' Up! on your card toppers, so you definitely qualify for two tickets in the draw for my little RAK :)

Thank you again!

Happy stampin'!


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Feb 20, 2011
by: Sandyb

Alz, your cards are gorgeous as always. Which punches did you use to make the small flowers - I love how you have done these, and may need a tutorial - lol. The colours all work very nicely together.

Feb 11, 2011
Love 'em !
by: Meenakshi

These are So cute!
I have a bias towards artwork that goes 'beyond the lines' - it seems to add a new, lively dimension to an otherwise flattish image, however beautiful it may be. Love the way you've applied this technique.

Thanks for your comments, too, Alz.

Bon chance :-)

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