This week I am celebrating 5 wonderful years being part of the Stampin’ Up! family. I want to thank everyone who has been a part of that journey in supporting me, encouraging me, liking my posts, following me on my Blog, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. I am so grateful to have you in my life. Crafting has never been so important as in these days where we are house bound. It makes me really happy and content and I hope that I convey that when you visit me.
To celebrate my 5 year anniversary, I am having a GIVEAWAY on my Facebook Page.
I am also giving a pack of Champagne Rhinestone Basic Jewels #151193 with any order over $50.
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SALE-A-BRATION ENDS TODAY
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Are you celebrating a birthday today? You’re in for a virtual treat in this blog hop because we’re all here to wish you a happy birthday. Whether it’s your birthday or not, thank you for stopping by my blog today. I’m blog hopping with other Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from around the world to bring you some birthday cheer.
I figured I needed to bring in some gold for my celebration and as I hadn’t used the patterned masks for a while, I decided this was the project it was going to make an appearance on. At $10 for 4 masks, this is great value as you can use them in a variety of ways.
I used Shimmery White cardstock to heat emboss on as I like the lovely shimmer on it and also the beautiful smooth finish which is lovely to brayer on. Laying the mask over the cardstock, I applied Versamark all over the panel ensuring it was completely covered and heat embossed with Gold Embossing Powder.
Using a sponge brayer, I applied Soft Sea Foam, Pear Pizzazz, Garden Green and Call me Clover inks to create the ombre effect over the entire panel. I used a kitchen towel to wipe back the excess ink which brings up the gold. The ribbon ribbon was attached under this panel using Tear n’ Tape. Then I mounted this with Stampin’ Dimensionals onto the card base.
I chose a Whisper White panel in the centre to soften all the green and gold. Embossing it with the Parisian Flourish Embossing Folder added more texture and softness to the rich, gold background. The flowers are from the Botanical Prints Product Medley which is a fabulous product, containing everything you need to get creative.
Currently you are visiting Rochelle Laird-Smith of Stamping Flair based in Australia. All products and measurements used on my card are listed below. I hope I have inspired you today and maybe you’ll give this technique a try.
Click on the Next button to be taken to Rebecca-Jo Unwin’s blog and follow the hop to see all the birthday inspiration we have for you.
If you live in Australia and haven’t got a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would love the opportunity to assist you.
Thank you for stopping by.
LAST DAY FOR SALE-A-BRATION
Get a free product with every $90 spent in store. Order online, or contact me to place an order. All orders placed by 31st March receive a pack of Champagne Rhinestone Basic Jewels #151193
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- Pay $169 get $235 of product
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- Mini Paper Cutter
- 6″x6″ DSP Sampler
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- Basic Black Cardstockv- 21cm x 14.8cm (scored in half)
- Whisper White Cardstock – 9.9cm x 14.2cm, 6cm x 9.5cm ()rectangle), 6cm x 10cm (flowers), 5.5cm x 6cm (label)
- Shimmery White Cardstock – 9.3cm x 13.6cm
- Call me Clover Cardstock – 4cm x 7.5cm (rectangle)
- Ribbon – 6cm (2 lengths)
Welcome to my blog, Stamping Flair today. I am a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in Blind Bight, Victoria. Today I am taking part in the Ink & Share Scrapbook Blog Hop and we are hoping to inspire you to use your ribbon stash, through the projects we share.
I created this scrapbook page with my daughter Cassidy in mind. Cassidy loves music and she is currently studying music and plays clarinet, guitar, piano and she also sings. She wants to be a music teacher so I think this would make a lovely page for some photos of her doing what she loves.
My page started off with me selecting a stamp set. So I chose my favourite from the Mini Catalogue, Music from the Heart. My next decision was ribbon – oh, my don’t we have ribbon to choose from at Stampin’ Up!.
The Tri-Colour ribbon is a little bit different and I thought that would be nice to use on my scrapbook page. I added some tulle ribbon as well as the White Silver Metallic edge ribbon to create a feature on my page.
Then I coordinated this with the Best Dressed Designer Series Paper to add to the Purple Posy base.
I stamped the stave on the top of the Whisper White cardstock which created a border on the top of the page. The stamp is not this long but as it is photopolymer, it’s easy to line it up.
The Treble Clef and notes were added to finish the ‘piece’. I showed Cassidy my completed project and she loved it. She also correctly noted (in jest) that the Treble Clef was on the wrong side of the stave! LOL. So this is an artistic Treble Clef not a musical one!
You are currently visiting Rochelle Laird-Smith. All products I have used to create this scrapbook page are listed at the bottom of this post. I hope you have been inspired by my page to pull out all that ribbon that you have tucked away for special occasions and use them because all your creations are special. Click on the next button to see Sue McDonald’s lovely creation and hop through all the blogs for more inspiration.
Rochelle Laird-Smith – you are here