Epic Celebrations music card

Hello and thanks for stopping by today! Do you know any awesome dudes? I do! Epic Celebrations is a brand new stamp set from Stampin Up that is earned as free with a $50 product purchase. Yep, it’s a freebie 😉  And it’s a great set as well.

Epic Celebrations music card

Epic Celebrations card created by Jenny Hall at for #cardmaking #stamping #stampinup #cascards #cleanandsimplecards #alcoholmarkers #awesome80's #1980's #hardrock #heavymetal #stampinblends #embossonacetate #jennyhalldesign #papercraft #youtuber #cardmakingtutorial #crafts #diy

I’m playing along with the Addicted to CAS Challenge this week, with this color inspiration.  CLICK HERE to visit now.

I’m also playing along with Less is More Challenge this week, with the music theme. CLICK HERE to visit now.

I’m also playing along with Inspire.Create Challenge, with this sketch. CLICK HERE to visit now.


Design Details

measurements for this project

Whisper White Thick card stock card base: 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Whisper White & Window Sheet scraps

All products used are available in my Online Store

Epic Celebrations stamp set

Dude, this stamp set is awesome! It’s perfect for my husband, who being a child of the 80’s, really loves hair bands and those guitar riffs. Not really my thing, but I can appreciate that is appeals to him. This card was inspired by my sweet hubby and those crazy colored shiny guitars he is so fond of.  To pair with Epic Celebrations, I stamped the Sheet Music stamp set a few times. Once on the guitar and again as part of the background.

How to heat emboss on Window Sheet

Creating the background of this project was my favorite part. Using the same colors of Stampin Blends markers (Bermuda Bay) I added streaks of color. The idea was to recreate those spiked lines that correspond with music when viewed on an equalizer. They look pretty neat, what do you think? This area is topped with a piece of Window Sheet plastic that I added stamped heat embossing. I’ve been advised before that we can not heat emboss on this type of surface but today I am “breakin the law” on this rule! (Couldn’t resist that pun in reference to a hard rock song, lol)  I treated the area as usual and stamped before adding powder. The only thing I did different was to melt the powder with a properly heated tool and keep the heat gun moving.


Epic Celebrations card created by Jenny Hall at for #cardmaking #stamping #stampinup #cascards #cleanandsimplecards #alcoholmarkers #awesome80's #1980's #hardrock #heavymetal #stampinblends #embossonacetate #jennyhalldesign #papercraft #youtuber #cardmakingtutorial #crafts #diy    Epic Celebrations card created by Jenny Hall at for #cardmaking #stamping #stampinup #cascards #cleanandsimplecards #alcoholmarkers #awesome80's #1980's #hardrock #heavymetal #stampinblends #embossonacetate #jennyhalldesign #papercraft #youtuber #cardmakingtutorial #crafts #diy


Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase


Epic Celebrations card created by Jenny Hall at for #cardmaking #stamping #stampinup #cascards #cleanandsimplecards #alcoholmarkers #awesome80's #1980's #hardrock #heavymetal #stampinblends #embossonacetate #jennyhalldesign #papercraft #youtuber #cardmakingtutorial #crafts #diy


Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. I hope you like this project and will come back to visit often! Thanks for stopping by today.

-Jenny Hall

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  1. What a fabulous card, Jenny! I love the gorgeous teal background and clean lines of the embossing. Such a super look. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Teal is my favourite colour so I was swooning over this even before I looked a little closer. What a fabulous backdrop for your music, those streaky lines look awesome.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x

  3. Such a beautiful take on the code word, Jenny! Your teal guitar is fabulous and I love the musical notes in the background…so pretty! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at Addicted to CAS!

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