Today I’m previewing part of the new Blended Seasons bundle. This new stamp and die bundle is available to customers on 1st August.  So how did I get my hands on it early? As demonstrators,  one of the perks is that we get to preview products prior to customer release. This makes it very exciting when we have launches because I love getting to see the products early.

If you don’t want to wait and would like to order this bundle today, join in the fun and add this bundle to your Starter Kit. Plus during July you get to select a Stampin’ Pad family for no extra cost. That’s 10 ink pads with $117 value.

The stamp set comes packed with images and sentiments to suit all occasions and the dies are so useful. My pick are those stitched label dies. They are going to get a lot of use. 

The 2 cards today use one stamp to create 2 different looks. Both images have been coloured with Stampin’ Blends. The first card is a mix of Daffodil Delight and Calypso Coral for the flowers and Mint Macaron and Light Call Me Clover for the leaves. 

Stampin’ Up SU, Stamping Flair, Rochelle Laird-Smith, Blended Seasons

With this same stamp I created a Christmas card. I loved the simple look of this card. I had spent time colouring it and wanted the image to be the focal point,  The flowers were coloured in Poppy Parade and leaves in Light Granny Apple Green and Dark Soft Sea Foam. Whaaat? Yes, I blended different colours. Stops me from getting bored and they work as well. I added 2 strips of lace to form the border and really liked how it turned out. The fussy cutting isn’t too bad- I promise. 

Stampin’ Up SU, Stamping Flair, Rochelle Laird-Smith, Blended Seasons

On the product ad you would notice that Stampin’ Up are also bringing out a new range of water colour pencils.  This is so exciting as this gives us more colouring options,  These Limited Time products are only available while stocks last. Contact me to order yours today so you don’t miss out.