Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Stampin' Up! So Many Stars with Cherry Cobbler Ribbon

  • Stitched Stars Dies and So Many Stars Stamp Set
  • Final two days to order your October Paper Pumpkin

Stampin' Up! So Many Stars

The first thing you're probably going to say about today's card, after going "oohh...ahhh" is that we don't have Cherry Cobbler Ribbon in our current catalogs.  So how does she expect us to make this card?  Well, its true.  We don't have Cherry Cobbler ribbon.  So keep reading and I'll show you how I created the ribbon I wanted to use on this card. I used Cherry Cobbler and Gold foil along with So Many Starts Stamp Set and Stitched Stars Dies.  Now I can't wait to try with same card with Granite Gray with White heat embossed dies and gold foil accents. 

The basecard for this card is Cherry Cobbler.  Then the next layer is Gold Foil Sheets.  Then another layer of Cherry Cobbler stamped with stars using the So Many Stars Stamps Sets heat set with Gold Embossing Powder.  Then another smaller layer of Gold Foil Sheets and the Cherry Cobbler cardstock.  


Then I die cut several of the stars and elements using the Stitched Stars Dies out of Gold Foil Sheets and added them to the card surface. 

Since we have no Cherry Cobbler ribbon, I decided to make my own.  Using a clear block, the 5/8" Petal Pink Organdy Striped Ribbon. and a Cherry Cobbler ink pad, I colored the ribbon before tying it in a bow to use on my card.   

You'll find so many creative ways to combine the So Many Stars Bundle from the Stampin' Up! Holiday catalog. I hope this beautiful card will inspire you to make hand-made cards for someone you love. You'll love everything you make with these products.       


  • Stamps:  So Many Stars 
  • Ink:   Cherry Cobbler, Versamark
  • Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Gold Foil Sheets
  • Accessories:  5/8" Petal Pink Organdy Striped Ribbon, Stitched Stars Dies, Gold Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Embossing Buddy, Multipurpose Glue, 

To learn more about any of these items, click the photo of the items and you'll see more information in my online store.

Paper Pumpkin Winter Wonders 

Just two more days to order your October Paper Pumpkin Kit.

Why are we showing two kits?  Because the October and November Paper Pumpkin kits will offer back-to-back coordinating kits.  October will be Christmas cards, November will be Christmas tags.  Both kits make it easy to add a handmade, personal touch to your holiday giving -- without a lot of fuss.  It's Christmas made easy with Paper Pumpkin!! 

About the October and November Holiday Kits:

October Kit:  
Kit makes 10 cards and envelopes.  Card size:  4-1/4 X 5-1/2".  
Coordinating Colors  Early Espresso, Pool Party, Poppy Parade and Shaded Spruce
Subscribe for the October Kit by October 10

November Kit:
Kit makes 24 holiday-themed gift tags of 4 various sizes and designs.
Coordinating Colors:  Early Espresso, Pool Party Poppy Parade, and Shaded Spruce.
Subscribe for the November kit by November 10

The October and November kits coordinate; however, each kit is all-inclusive and can stand alone.

These fun kits also include a stamp set and an ink spot in addition to the die cuts, accessories and pre-cut materials to make these projects.  All you need is glue and scissors to finish these kits.  

There's something about the holidays that brings out the crafter in all of us.  Even non-crafters will like making these fun projects to celebrate the season.  Along with cookie-making, start a new tradition of making cards and tags with the younger ones in your family.  To order, click below:

 Find Out More about the Halloween Paper Pumpkin Kit

Want more motivation for creating cards?  Join my Meetup Site and you'll receive notification of my upcoming classes.

Quick Links:  


Donna Ross
Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator
Private Classes for 1 or a small group of friends:  http://cardmaking.meetup.com/71/
To place an order: Place an on-line order through my Stampin' Up! store - 24/7 Shopping 


  1. Your Star card is awesome!! and the Cherry Cobbler and Gold look so great together. Thanks for sharing how you colored the ribbon to match. Would love to know how you make your double bows. Thanks again for all you share. GlendaJ

    1. Thanks for your kind words about my So Many Stars Card. I use a small wooden bow maker that my husband made me years ago. He's started making them for my class attendees. You can see one in this post. If the link doesn't show up, navigate to my February 4, 2019 blog post and scroll 1/2 way down to see my husband's bow maker. https://www.stampedsophisticates.com/2019/02/another-valentine-card-with-meant-to-be.html