I have really enjoyed creating this card to really show off the beauty of the Symbols of Fortune Designer Series Paper. This specialty paper has pops of gold foil on one side and gray tones on the other.
I fussy cut the flower from the paper itself. Isn’t it just gorgeous? All the shading is already done for me!
I sponged the reverse of a doily with Crumb Cake ink using a blending brush and added it to an embossed panel of White Cardstock. Then a couple of Brushed Brass Butterflies were added to coordinate with the sweet butterflies on the Designer Series Paper.
With the way things are right now, so many people need a get well card and how nice would it be to send this card to cheer someone up?
Shop the products I’ve used on this card below. Every $90 you spend in store will earn you a free Sale-A-Bration reward until 28th February. How good is that?
When you shop with me during Sale-A-Bration, you can qualify to come to my FREE Sale-A-Bration Celebration event. If you are not located near me, you will still be able to participate with all the card kits sent out to you.
To qualify, you need to spend $250 over the course of Sale-A-Bration (prior to 28th Feb) or host a party with sales over $250. To book a date just contact me.
Hello and welcome to our first Ink. Stamp. Share Monthly Blog Hop for 2022. We are sharing projects featuring a suite from either of our catalogues. I’m showcasing products from the Sweet Talk Suite which is on Pages 8-10 of the Mini Catalogue. The paper and Gingham Embossing Folder are some of my favourite products in the suite.
In time for Valentine’s Day, I’ve got a cute and simple gift box to share with you. This is a simple standard box and you can present it with or without the lid.
Highland Heather Cardstock 23cm x 16.5cm Score on the long side at 5.5cm, 11cm 16.5cm and 22cm Score on the short side at 9.5cm
Blushing Bride Cardstock (lid) 9.5cm x 9.5cm Score on all 4 sides at 1.9cm
I added the beautiful Sweet Talk Designer Series Paper to decorate the box. One side has hearts in traditional reds and pinks and also pastel hearts and heart shaped lollipops which are so cute.
Some other sheets of the DSP have stripes and water colour washes which can be used for other occasions.
I embossed the White panel with the Gingham Embossing folder and added a watercolour wash in Blushing Bride, stamping a few Real Red dots to coordinate with my cute little red hearts.
I added a mini tag to the front of the box and decorated it so it was ready for gift-giving.
This box can also be used as a table favour for a place setting. Fill it with some chocolates for a sweet treat.
Next on our hop is Donna Lester. Please follow right through the hop for lots of suite inspiration!
If you live in Australia and currently don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would value the opportunity to help you with your crafting needs. I can be contacted on Ph: 0404 255 001 or email email@example.com
Every $90 spent in store will earn a free Sale-A-Bration reward.
Hello, Welcome to the New at SU Blog Hop for January and we are sharing Sale-A-Bration goodies with you.
If you are new to the whole Sale-A-Bration thing, here’s the deal. For every $90 you spend in store (this is the amount in Australia) you get to select a FREE PRODUCT from our Sale-A-Bration Catalogue. There is no limit on the number of products you can earn so it’s a great time to stock up on all those craft essentials and get some freebies while you’re at it.
My feature Sale-A-Bration (SAB) product today is the Simply Marbleous Designer Series Paper. This is a freebie with a $90 order. You get 48 sheets of 6″ x 6″ double-sided paper in a selection of colours.
I die cut both sides of the So Saffron paper to create a pattern for the bottom half of my card. As a border in the middle of the card I added some Tear n’ Tape, applying Gilded Leafing and some twine coloured with a Bermuda Bay Stampin’ Blend.
The bird image was stamped on Basic White Cardstock and fussy cut. I then stamped the bird on the Coastal Cabana piece of the Simply Marbleous DSP, fussy cut it and adhered it over the main image. By placing your image where there is more shading on the DSP, the bird will have some pretty colouring and ‘done for you’ shading.
I curved the sentiment to fit on the vellum circle and heat embossed in Black. Some Matte Dots coloured with a Light Bermuda Bay Stampin’ Blend add the finishing touch to this card.
Thank you for stopping by and checking out my project. For a list of products used, please check the end of this post. Please click on the Next button to see Anke Heim’s lovely project.
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