Crazy About You & Hello You Thinlits

Good Morning! Happy Friday!!

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Today I want to share this great card made with Crazy About You from the new Occasions catalogue! You will see from the supply list below that this stamp set comes in three formats: Clear Mount, Wood and Photopolymer! So you get to choose which stamp style you prefer! In fact, I'd love to know…which format do you prefer to use? Let me know in the comments.

On to the card….

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You can download the instruction sheet for this card here: Crazy About You Project Sheet





  • Crumb Cake: 5.5” x 8.5”
  • Basic Black:  5.5" X 2.75" + scrap for circle punch & Thinlit
  • Whisper White: 5.25" X 2.5" + scrap for circle punch


Stamp flowers and leaves all over white as shown, using masking technique

  • Stamp your first image, in this case, it's the "bottom" pink flower
  • Stamp the same image on a "post-it-note" and cut out.  Try to have part of the image where the sticky part is on the back.  When "cutting," make sure to cut VERY CLOSE, even taking a sliver of the color offcrazy about you 2

  • Place the "mask" over the flower and then stamp the leaves.  The "mask" will protect the flower so none of the leaves will go on top of it, giving an appearacne that the leaves are BEHIND the flower
  • Do the same thing, covering the leaves with a mask and stamp a yellow flowercrazy about you3crazy about you 4
  • Now cover the yellow flower with a "mask" and stamp more leavescrazy about you 5


  • Stamp "JUST ME" on white & punch out with 1 1/4" circle punch
  • Punch a black 1 3/8" circle
  • Assemble as shown using dimensionals under the black circle
  • Glue with 2-Way Glue Pen or staple the "you" on the card as shown here

I hope you give today's card a try! Have a great weekend!





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  1. Carole Doody says:

    In most cases I prefer wood mount stamps.  That way I get a good clean image with the rubber, and don't always have to be looking for, or changing, acrylic blocks.  I use clear mount sometimes.  In some cases if I need to be able to place multiple images in a set correctly, like with two step stamps or sentiments, I will buy the clear mount.  I never use photopolymer, don't like them at all.  I don't think the image is as crisp, the quality of the stamp itself is not as nice, and wears out faster, and I always seem to end up stamping an edge when I use foam underneath. I think the wood and clear mount are what make Stampin'' Up! stamps so unique, since lots of other companies sell the photopolymer.

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