Thank you for dropping by & welcome to our monthly Inspirations in Ink Blog Hop.
We’re a small group of Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from around the world who come together each month to showcase a theme & share inspiration for you to create.
You may be starting with me, Vicky Wright Australia or have come from Theresa’s blog where she shared her lovely project. Don’t forget you can visit all the other blogs on today’s hop by clicking on the Blog Roll at the bottom of this post.
This month we are show casing the gorgeous Season of Chic Bundle. Oh, how I love this Bundle & of course the stunning Texture Chic Designer Series Paper with all its lovely Gold Foil on one side. Perfect for all occasions including Christmas.
This is one of the very first cards I created with this Bundle & I must say I am happy with the end result. I didn’t know where I was heading but it sort of steered its own course to the finish.
Check out the die cut netting in the background. It’s been die cut with the Distressed Gold Paper which you just have to have in your Paper Collection.
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Today I am showcasing the lovely Beauty of the Earth DSP which is on the selected DSP Sale throughout July to 2 August!
My card today is a simple one but shows that you don’t have to have a lot of supplies to create a lovely project. I’ve teamed the Beauty of the Earth DSP with the Beauty of Friendship Stamp Set along with the Beautiful Trees Dies.
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Thanks so much for popping in today! It is always very much appreciated.
Today I thought I would do something a little different & share with you a project with one of the Bundles I love – Celebrate Sunflowers!
In fact, you will be happy to know that I will be sharing projects I’ve created with this Bundle all week just for you.
I was playing around with my Blending Brushes the other day & had a spare piece of Cardstock left over. So as not to waste it, I thought it perfect to create a simple card to share with you today.
A piece of Basic White Cardstock has been blended with Bumblebee Ink & a Blending Brush.
I temp adhered this piece to a piece of Basic White Card prior to stamping the large sunflower direct onto the blended area plus ensuring that part of the image stamped over onto the Basic White Cardstock too.
To create a mask, I stamped the same image onto scrap paper prior to fussy cutting along the stamped lines.
This mask was temp adhered to the stamped image prior to stamping the single leaf image around the sunflower in Early Espresso Ink.
I carefully removed the mask & the sponged Cardstock before adhering the panel to a piece of Early Espresso Cardstock.
I adhered this piece to the partially stamped Basic White ensuring that all images are matched in perfectly or as close as can be.
The sentiment is from the Peaceful Moments Stamp Set & was stamped straight onto the Basic White layer in Early Espresso prior to adhering to a Bumblebee Base Card.
The card was completed by adhering 5 x Bumblebee Enamel Dots to the Card Front.
Tip – You could always die cut a piece of Early Espresso Cardstock with the Sunflowers Dies & add to the top of the stamped sunflower.
If you have enjoyed my card today, be sure to pop back in a couple of days when I will be sharing my 2nd project with you.
This has been in the making for a number of months/years but happy to say that it is now ready. If you subscribe to my newsletter, you would have already received the new on Sunday. Thank you to everyone who has already jumped on board. It is very much appreciated.
It’s a new month which means a new Sketch Layout. This is where you receive a Sketch Layout at the beginning of each month along with a project & PDF Tutorial, Tips & Ideas each Monday using the same sketch.
Today’s card is one that I’ve created with the lovely new Butterfly Brilliance Collection which goes live today until the beginning of May. I am loving this collection & much to my surprise am enjoying creating for a class around this Collection but I am getting off the beaten track so to speak.
I embossed a piece of Mint Macaron with the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder prior to adhering to a Just Jade Base Card.
A piece of the Butterfly Bijou DSP was trimmed down prior to adhering to a piece of Basic White & then to the top part of the Card Front.
I die cut the stitched shape from Basic White with the Stitched So Sweetly Dies, stamped the sentiment from the Happy Thoughts Stamp Set in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink, die cut with the Layering Circles Dies & adhered to the centre of the stitched shape with Stampin’ Dimensionals. This was then adhered to the centre of the DSP panel with Stampin’ Dimensionals too.
I inked up the butterfly of choice, stamped onto a piece of Basic White in Memento Tuxedo Ink prior to colouring & blending with Mini Macaron Stampin’ Blends.
The image was die cut with the outline die from Butterfly Wings Dies before being adhered to the bottom of the die cut circle/shape with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals on bottom of the wings only.
To complete the card I randomly adhere Shaded Spruce Holiday Rhinestone to the front of the card.
During March we are showcasing this lovely collection, so be sure to subscribe for more ideas on creating with this collection.
Are you ready for Day 2 of showcasing the lovely rich Terracotta Tile 2019-2021 In Colour?
Again, I’ve gone with the Ornate Garden Specialty DSP but this time round teamed it up with Early Espresso & Level 1, Heal Your Heart Stamp Set.
Can you tell I am a little obsessed with this Set. I just love the font as well as the sentiments.
This time I’ve randomly chopped m DSP into 3’s prior to adhering to the Early Espresso Cardstock.
When adhering the DSP, ensure that you are matching the pattern of the DSP & if you have to chop, chop from the outer edges of the DSP so that you keep your pattern. I love creating & using my DSP this way!
The sentiment was stamped in Early Espresso Ink onto Basic White, die cut with the Layering Circles Dies & adhered to a Early Espresso scallop circle which was die cut with the same dies.
It’s a fairly simple card but one that i wanted the Terracotta Tile & the DSP to shine.
I finished the card off with a couple of the cute little Terracotta Tile Butterfly Gems.