Tuesday, August 2, 2022

August 2022 SheetLoad of Cards #SLCTAug2022 - Splendid Day Suite - 12 Fast & Simple Handmade Cards

Today I would like to share with you my cards I made with this month’s SheetLoad of Cards by Call Me Crafty Al. Each month Alicia from Call Me Crafty Al designs a fun template to create multiple handmade cards. Her designs are always fun and easy to use. They include a list of the types of products you need along with measurements to help you cut each piece.

The products I used to make these cards are from the Splendid Day Suite from Stampin’ Up! I wanted to play around with the beautiful paper and the FREE SALE-A-BRATION Cardbase & Envelopes. I love how these cards came together. Have you played with this suite yet?

As a part of her collab team, I get a sneak peek at her templates and then get to design and share my cards with you. 

See what the Collaboration Team created:

   YOUTUBE: #SLCTAug2022

   INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/slctaug2022/

If YOU CREATE cards using this month’s SheetLoad, PLEASE USE the following hashtags: #SUYSAug2022 #ShowUsYourSheetLoad

Get more details on how to “Show Us Your SheetLoad”, here: https://youtu.be/8r6JbbGfWmo

Find out how to download the August 2022 SheetLoad of Cards, here: https://youtu.be/yZM12t8ps4w

Here are my Current Customer Appreciation Products: http://creativechelsey.blogspot.com/p/shop-stampin-up-products.html

Product List

I have shared and talked about these cards on my YouTube Channel, so check them out.

To purchase any of the products you see in this video visit https://www.stampinup.com?demoid=2042902

Have a creative day!



1 comment:

  1. These are beautiful cards, Chelsey!!! I always look forward to your new SOC designs! I was hoping that the SAB cards had the printed design on both the front and the back of the cards. That would have given paper for twice as many cards if they could have been cut in half and used on white card fronts. Sad..... I will have to keep that in mind though for other cards that would be made in that manner. Anyway, your's are wonderful!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!