Welcome to our Paper Crafting Blog Hop featuring talented Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators. Fellow demonstrators from all over the globe including the USA, United Kingdom and Australia are participating. We have a wide array of fun projects and design styles to share with you! Our theme this month is “New Catalogues”. This included the new mini catalogue and Sale-A-Bration. Have a note pad next to you while you hop through the blogs so that you can draw up your wish list for new products and the Sale-A-Bration freebies that you want. You may have arrived from Shirley Merker’s blog. She always has such fun projects!
My project is a corner fold card which show cases the Paper Blooms DSP which is one of the Sale-A-Bration options. This paper has beautiful designs, and both the front and the back of the papers are lovely. The stamp sets that I used are from the annual catalogue – Daisy Lane and Happiest of Birthdays along with the coordinating Daisy punch. If you purchase these 3 products, you will be able to redeems the Paper Blloms DSP as your Sale-A-Bration item
Watch the video below for full instructions to make these cards
Click on the button below to stay in Australia and hop over to Annette’s blog to see what she has chosen to share with us.
All the supplies used can be ordered through my online store . If you are in Australia and do not already have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would be happy to help you with your stamping needs. Ready to enjoy the demonstrator discount? Being in social isolation is a great time to sign up, contact me for more information to join my team.
Thank you for visiting today as I join other Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from around the world in playing along with our friend Kylie’s International Blog Highlights to share cards that show appreciation. The theme for this hop is “Thank you”. Many people forget those simple words. I have seen people’s days brightened because someone said a simple thank you to them. Show your appreciation to people in your lives who have inspired you, helped you or supported you by sending them a thank you card or project.
I constantly marvel at the peculiarities of human nature. When we have coloured DSP, we complain about the colour combination or would like it a bit more monochrome. Along comes black and white images, and we immediately need to add colour! Here I added spots of colour using Highland Heather, Flirty Flamingo and Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends. I haven’t mastered the art of beautiful, complex colouring, so I go for quick and easy!
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If you live in Australia and don’t have a demonstrator, please fee free to contact me and I will be happy to assist you with your stamping needs. You an also shop from home at my online store, If you need to have everything in the catalogue, you should give some thought to joining my team. Talk to me if you would like more information, or you can sign up now.
Did you manage to join me for my Facebook live yesterday? I schedule a live every Sunday at 12:00. If you would like to join me, you can follow me on Facebook here. This week I made a starburst card
This card was designed by Angie Oldenberg. If you would like to see her original design click here for her Youtube video. For my card I used the Many Messages stamp set together with the Messages dies, which will be available tomorrow 5th January) The price for this bundle is $87.50. You will need to add another small item to your order, and you can then redeem the beautiful Oh So Ombre DSP as your free Sale-A-Bration item. Below is the video of my live
If you live in Australia and don’t have a demonstrator, please fee free to contact me and I will be happy to assist you with your stamping needs. You an also shop from home at my online store, If you need to have everything in the catalogue, you should give some thought to joining my team. Talk to me if you would like more information, or you can sign up
It is now starting to get more exciting as each journal that arrives will have more cards in it as it has been passed on to more people.
The theme of this journal is Christmas. This one has two cards in it, the one that the owner of the journal made, and the one made by the lady who had it before me. I really like one of the cards in there, and might have taken a photo of it to make myself when I start making my Christmas cards!
The card that I have made is using one of my favourite card designs. I think that it is really effective, and uses up some of the designer series paper (DSP) stash that we all seem to love hoarding.
This card can be adapted to any occasion. This tutorial shows a birthday version. You could use the same design to make a wedding or engagement card, or any other occasion that you need. Just match the DSP to your type of card, and it will come out beautifully!