Lift Me Up Floating Card

Hi, Guys!!!
Happy Thursday!!  I hope everyone’s day is going well.  The weather here was very cold and snowy.  I am so done with winter. I miss 80-degree temperatures and flip flops so much.  I miss my pool and lazy summer days with the kids.  I do really love my pellet stove right now, though.
I finally got around to making a floating card.  I saw a video on YouTube a while back and knew I wanted to make one.  Then when the occasions catalog came out I fell in love with Lift Me Up and I knew that was the one I wanted to make a floating card with.  Here is a picture of the cards I made.

  Love it so much.  As I was making this card I realized what an improvement in my quality of cards since I became a Stampin Up Demonstrator and have been using Stampin Up products.  I think the biggest WoW factor has been the coordination of everything.  I mean the quality of the paper has been a factor too but I have been making cards for many years with craft store products.  I always thought they were great, and they really were, but now they are top notch.
Here is a list of all the products I used to make this card.  Everything was from Stampin Up except for the fishing line I used to make the Hot Air Balloon float.

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Don’t forget guys about my current Card Club which uses this set.  I really love this set it’s so cute.  If you want to get all the details about my Card Club then just click on the Card Club link up at the top of my website.  I also made a video showing you how to make a floating card.  Here is the video:
Happy Thursday!!!!

Author: Chris

2 thoughts on “Lift Me Up Floating Card

  1. Chris, those cards are so cute!! Your video was pretty good, I felt like I could do the project at the end so that is a WIN! You should totally do this card for a swap!! I've never seen this type before. 🙂
    I also like how I didn't have to click on a link because your video was on your blog. That was super nice. I think I need to try my hand at the floating card for Easter!! 🙂

  2. Thanks, Deb!! You could totally make this, its so easy!!! Thank you for the feedback on my video. I hardly get any feedback so I hope people are learning from them.
    That was one thing I really liked when looking at other blogs before I started mine. I liked the blog where everything was right there. I lose interest quickly if I cant find something I want. So I wanted everything right handy.
    I need to get in on the next swap!!

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