First we can say Hourra! That's French for Hooray!
The Biggest Fan Bundle is featured on page 69 in the Stampin' Up! January to June Catalog and the projects shown were all designed by the Concept Artists for the International catalog.
Depending on your area of the world, you'll have options for the language your greetings come in.
Choose: English, French, German, and limited supplies in Dutch.
As a US Demonstrator I'm only allowed to sell products in English to US residents.
Technique One: Tone on Tone stamping
Let me just say - this is my FAVORITE stamping technique.
I use it ALL THE TIME.
This creates a subtle background for the plain cardstock.
Next they did a faux tone on tone technique.
They used two pieces of 2" x 4" So Saffron patterned paper from the Subtles 6"x6" Designers Series Paper Pack.
Isn't that clever?!
The accent cardstock piece is attached using Dimensionals to give it some lift.
Pops of color in the Hooray and greeting
Hooray card in the middle card!
This card is a 4 1/4" x 8 1/2" Balmy Blue cardbase, that is then folded in half to make a square card.
The center stripe is created using a 4" x 2" piece of paper from the You're a Peach paper pack.
All of the words are attached using Dimensionals in a random pattern over the paper piece.
Then to accent the card they attached some Resin Stars for a little twinkle.
Such a fun card!
Card three - Hurra (Hooray in German)
The cardbase is a 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Pear Pizzazz cardstock, folded in half with a top hinge.
A piece of 5 1/4" x 4" Pear Pizzazz paper from the Subtles pack is attached to the cardfront to create that faux tone on tone look.
Happy Birthday is stamped with Balmy Blue ink in the bottom part of the ticket.
Wasn't that fun?!
Simple stamping does make cute cards!