Welcome to our New at SU Blog Hop where we are showcasing new In-Colours through Fun Fold cards. Two days running I’ve had this theme in a blog hop. Quite a coincidence. So you’re getting heaps of Fancy Fold inspiration.
I tried a Double Fan Fold Fancy Fold card for the first time, following a tutorial by Tina Shaw. Although it looks complicated, it all comes down to some nifty scoring.
New In-Colours of Polished Pink, Soft Succulent and Pale Papaya were used on this card. The Hand Penned Designer Series Paper works well with our new colours.
Although this card looks quite complicated, it all comes down to some nifty scoring.
Get your fingers round the Mountain and Valley Folds and it’s really an easy card to make.
I used the beautiful Hand Penned suite, including a piece of card from the Memories & More Cards and Envelopes as a border.
The flowers were coloured in a combination of Stampin’ Blends.
Thank you for stopping by my blog today. Please leave me a comment and I hope to see you back very soon.
Make sure you stop by all the other blog hop participants for lots of ideas on your next fancy fold card. Next on our hop is the talented Annette Elias.
Tricia’s Stamping Creations: Simple Fun Fold
Scraphexe: Inside Pop Up
24/7 Inkspiration: Z-Fold
Mamie & Papyrus: Gate Fold
Stamping Flair: Double Fan Fold
De Kijkkast: Zig-Zag Tower
Stampin’ Scrapper: Triple Accordion Fold
Playing with Papercrafting: Corner Flip Fun Fold
Moore Fun Stamping: Pop Up Vase
Creative Juice by Loni: Vellum Slide-Out-Pocket
Stampin’ Xime: Square Flap Card
Lilypad Stamper: Z-Fold
CarterIe Plus: Double Gate Fold
It’s Fancy Folds galore at our Around the World on Wednesday Blog Hop this month. If it’s your first time with us, we are a group from around the world who love sharing all things Stampin’ Up! We hop on the 2nd Wednesday of each month and at the time this hop goes live, it’s some time between 12am to 10pm on Wednesday around the world.
Corner Flip Card
With so many Fancy Folds to choose from, I really didn’t have a favourite. However, I chose a simple design with a creative opening. The Corner Flip Card is so easy to make and involves two slits that form an L shape which, when flipped, create the interesting corner.
I’m making this card on my weekly Creative Escape tonight and it will be up on my YouTube channel tomorrow. I will post the link on here so you can see how it’s made.
I used the beautiful Pansy suite to create this card. The Vellum doily has been coloured with Light Soft Suede Stampin’ Blends to coordinate.
Part of this challenge was to create a Fancy Fold which we had never tried before. Now, I have seen several Neverending or Infinity Cards but it has been on my ‘must try’ list. So this was the ideal opportunity. I got so carried away with the Snail Mail Suite that I forgot I needed to use In-Colours! Oh well…I hope you enjoy it anyway!
This card is made with 4 panels of cardstock 7cm x 14cm. Each one is scored on the long side at 3.5cm on either side. The diagram below shows the assembly of the panels. Once you glue all the panels together, you will have a 14cm x 14cm square.
The card then keeps flipping outwards to reveal many layers and surprises.
I think this another video tutorial which will have to be made in the days to come so keep your eyes peeled!
Next on our hop is the amazing Cheryll Miller. Click on the Next button to see her beautiful project and please follow the hop right through for lots of fun inspiration.
Jan Clothier – NZ
Leonie Stuart – AU
Rochelle Laird-Smith – AU (you are here)
Cheryll Miller – AU
Melissa Gifford – AU
Danielle Kassing – NL
Pia Gephardt – DE
Aurélie Fabre – FR
Mikaela Titheridge – UK
Tina Zinck – CA
Annette Ball – CA
Angie McKenzie – US
Wendy Lee – US
Shel Anderson – CA
Chris Smith – US
Brenda Nelson – CA
Tricia Butts – US
Elaine de Montmorency – CA
Teri West – US
Cheryl Hamilton – US
If you currently don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in Australia and would like to know more about Stampin’ Up! products, please contact me on Ph: 0404 255 001 or email@example.com
Product List Corner Flip Card
Product List Neverending Card
It’s time for the Ink Stamp Share Blog Hop with my favourite – a sketch challenge for this month.. By having a sketch, it takes away you having to work out a design style. You can then have fun picking out all your paper and embellishments to suite the sketch. For this blog hop, a few changes could be made while the basic layout remained the same.
For my card, I wanted to use some of our retiring products. Retiring products are available while stocks last. You can find available products here.
I’ve chosen the Flowers for Every Season Memories & More cards which offer options for scrapbookers as well as cardmakers.
I flipped the sketch so it was vertical and added my sentiment to the label.
To start off with, I embossed a panel of Just Jade Cardstock with the Subtle 3D Embosssing Folder which is retiring. This is going to stay in my stash as I love the simple texture of it.
The Under my Umbrella stamp set offers cute images and these galoshes have got to be my favourite in the set. I stamped 2 pairs on True Love Designer Series Paper and coloured them with Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends.
Then I heat embossed the images with Clear Embossing Powder 3 times. I suggest heat embossing before fussy cutting as this gives you a larger piece of paper to hold onto when using the Heat Tool. The second shoe was layered for dimension.
The label was punched out 3 times – Memories & More card, Just Jade and Bumblebee Cardstock – and layered by cutting in half and attaching to the back.
Thanks for stopping by to view my creation. I hope you give the Memories & More cards a try for quick cards. Next on our hop is Jill Chapman.
Rochelle Laird-Smith – you are here
It’s technique time at the New at SU Blog Hop and our projects will feature retiring stamp sets to showcase our chosen technique. I’m sharing the Reverse Masking technique which is an easy technique and lots of fun to create.
For instructions on how to create this please click here. I used my Blending Brushes to colour the centre with Granny Apple Green and Coastal Cabana. Keeping the mask in place, I placed one of our Decorative Masks over die cut space. I added Coastal Cabana over this to create a pattern within the blended space.
The flower was coloured with an assortment of Watercolour Pencils, using a Water Painter to blend the colours together.
Make sure you check out all the other blogs for some fabulous inspiration and perhaps learn a fun, new technique. Thanks for stopping by today and visiting Stamping Flair. Click on the Next Blog button to see what Loni Spendlove is sharing today.
Scrappy Strip Technique/Dandelion Wishes: Tricia’s Stamping Creations
Clear Block Stamping/Rooted in Nature: Sugar & Scraps
Blends & Alcohol Technique/Sweet Magnolia: Lilypad Stamper
Blistering Ink Background/To A Wild Rose: De Kijkkast
Joseph’s Coat Technique/Gorgeous Posies: Stampin’ Scrapper
Mirror Stamping/Beauty Abounds: Carterie Plus
Faux Metal Embossing/Loyal Leaves: Playing with Papercrafting
Bay Window Card/Comfort & Hope: Gifted Hands Ink
Reverse Masking/So Much Love: Stamping Flair – you are here
Bokeh Technique/Butterfly Gala: Creative Juice with Loni
Baby Wipe Technique/Arrange a Wreath: 24/7 InkspirationKissing/To A Wild Rose: Scraphexe
Welcome to our March Colour Combo Blog Hop. As I saw this colour palette, I was reminded of a sunset and I wanted to recreate on my card for this hop.
The Silhouette Scenes stamp set and coordinating Sweet Silhouette Dies immediately came to mind for the backdrop I had envisioned. I used my Blending Brushes to blend a background on Basic White cardstock with Mango Melody, Petal Pink and Terracotta Tile.
If you haven’t tried the Blending Brushes, I highly recommend them as they blend so beautifully and seamlessly. They are soft to touch and sturdy. For $21 you get 3 brushes so they are really great value. You can rinse them under warm water, air dry and use them again.
The idea was to emboss the little girl on the swing directly onto my blended background. However, things didn’t quite go to plan as my embossing refused to cooperate. So I worked around it. I cut a strip of blended piece of cardstock as I didn’t want to waste it. The beautiful Butterfly Bijou Designer Series Paper has a sheet which blended with the colours of this challenge and that provided the background for my strip of blended cardstock.
The girl on the swing was inked up in Versamark ink then immediately in Tuxedo Black ink. Then I stamped the image on the DSP. Clear Embossing Powder was added over this and heat set. I really love this nostalgic image and the sentiment that goes with it.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this card and would love for you to leave a comment if you like what you have seen or give it a try. Click on the Next button to view Susan Simpson’s project using this pretty colour combo.
March Class in the Mail includes products to make 8 cards.
See full details here. Orders close 18th March.
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Over the years we’ve had the maxi, the midi, the mini, floral, plain, straight cut, flared, dresses in every style. Do you have a favourite dress style? National Dress Day was today and it seemed like the ideal time for me to dress these ladies from the Hey Girlfriend stamp set.
They are so much fun to colour in and I’ve had a bit of fun trying to come up with different skin tones. I was trying to match the first girl’s skin tone with mine! I reckon I came pretty close with a combination of Ivory, Light and Dark Crumb Cake and Light Cinnamon Cider Stampin’ Blends.
Her hair was a combination of Dark Crumb Cake and Bronze.
The next girl’s skin tone is Ivory and for her hair I combined So Saffron, Bronze and some Dark Crumb Cake.
I gave them some sparkly shoes with Champagne Shimmer Mist using a Blender Pen. Elements from the Love You Always suite add some contrast and focal elements to these cards.
This stamp set is perfect for sharing some love with your girlfriends. Orders can be placed online or by calling me or texting me on Ph: 0404 255 001. Get a free pack of Butterfly Gems with orders placed until 7th March over $100. For a simplified ‘one click’ process, click on the button below.
If you have any questions with regards to technique, products or if you would like to learn more about the awesome Starter Kit, please contact me.