We’re into a new week and despite being in lockdown I’ve just had the most brilliant weekend. I’ve had the pleasure of being on Craft Alive and the Be Inspired Online Market. If you are on Facebook, please join the market group to enjoy all the fun we are having with many vendors there. Please follow me on Facebook and subscribe to my YouTube channel where you can see all my videos.
This week I’m working with our range of colouring mediums. We have many and with our colour coordinated products, it’s so easy to create great projects.
Today I’m featuring our new product, Soft Pastels. This cute card uses a fun colour combo and the What’s Cookin’ bundle goes well with this as I think it’s very cheerful.
I had this idea of creating a background with the chef’s hats however they were all in a row. What was one to do, except cut them apart! Then I placed the 3 hats, at various angles on 1 Clear Block and inked them up in Coastal Cabana and I was able to quickly stamp a fun background.
It was my first time using the Soft Pastels. They are fun – it’s like being a kid again! Anyway, I tried something. I coloured the tag, which was die cut from Shimmery White cardstock, with the pastels. Then I used a Water Painter and this brightened up the colour. Some Polished Pink Shimmer Vellum on the back and this makes a great card to brighten someone’s day.
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I hope I’ve inspired you to take a look at your stamps in a different way (cutting them apart) and to also try out our pretty Soft Pastels. To order the products to make this card, please click on any of the images below or call me on Ph: 0404 255 001.
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With an amazing Designer Series Paper sale on right now, the theme for the New at SU Blog hop is just perfect. You’re going to have lots of ideas for using up that gorgeous paper.
I’ve chosen the Sweet Symmetry Designer Series Paper. It’s folk art images combined with the In Symmetry stamp images make it easy to create some fun cards. This stamp set in particular would be great if you are just starting out in stamping as the images mix and match and you can create focal points or backgrounds easily.
I kept the stamping simple, just fussy cutting the images for extra dimension. A thin strip of DSP pleated has been added for a feature.
Thank you for stopping by my blog today and I hope you you have been inspired with some ways to use your DSP. Click on the Next Blog button to follow through the hop.
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The Flying Stamper: Bloom Where You’re Planted DSP
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Joni in the Spotlight Stamping: Expressions in Ink Specialty DSP
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If you live in Australia and currently don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would love the opportunity to help you with products, catalogues and inspiration.
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Welcome friend to Stamping Flair in Melbourne. The Around the World on Wednesday Blog Hop (fondly known as Awow) is one I always look forward to each month. For one, we have a beautiful and talented leader – Angie McKenzie who organises the most inspiring blog hops. The other reason is that I get to hop with these wonderfully talented ladies around the world.
We are CASEing our team members today. To CASE is to Copy And Selectively Edit. We are CASEing the next person down the participant list (see bottom of my post). I get to CASE the lovely Cazz Boylan from Crafting with Cazz. I saw these lovely cards on Cazz’s Instagram which used the Sweet Symmetry Designer Series Paper. I really love the card and especially the layout and chose this for my inspiration.
I love that Cazz used DSP for her background. DSP was made to make crafting easy! How much better is it that you can get a select range on sale at the moment?
My card starts off with a piece of the pretty Hand Penned DSP. I stamped the flower in Basic Gray and used my Blender Pen to colour it with my ink refills.
The strips of paper cut at an angle provide an interesting feature. I used a strip of Highland Heather cardstock embossed with the Meadow Moments embossing folder, Hand Penned DSP and Bloom Where You’re Planted DSP which was sponged in Cajun Craze. Altering DSP in this way gives the look of extra texture.
I am demonstrating this card on my Creative Escape FB live tonight. Join my Facebook Page here.
Thank you for taking the time to view my CASE. Next up is Cazz Boylan so click the Next Button to follow our hop around the world.
Jan Clothier – NZ
Leonie Stuart – AU
Rochelle Laird-Smith – AU (you are here)
Cazz Boylan – AU
Cheryll Miller – AU
Danielle Kassing – NL
Pia Gephardt – DE
Ximena Morales – DE
Aurélie Fabre – FR
Emma Goddard – UK
Mikaela Titheridge – UK
Annette Ball – CA
Angie McKenzie – US
Wendy Lee – US
Shel Anderson – CA
Chris Smith – US
Anne Marie Hile – US
Brenda Nelson – CA
Tricia Butts – US
Elaine de Montmorency – CA
Sharon Hashimoto Burkert – US
Teri West – US
Cheryl Hamilton – US
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