I actually cased this idea (copy & share everything) from Pinterest & thought what a great idea. The card has actually been created “book style”. I have changed it a bit to suit what I wanted to do with my card. Please let me know if it was from you as I couldn’t find the link. Thank you for your inspiration.
It was also one of the cards we created in our class a little while ago.
You have probably guessed by now that I am taking a little break from sharing Christmas Cards with you. I have plenty to share but thought it would still be a good idea to share the everyday cards we still need.
Today I am taking part in a brand new blog hop, well new to me although I have been a member for a few months. It is a group of SU! Demos from all over the world sharing their love of Stampin’ Up!. You are able to join us if you like, but we do ask that you are a current SU! Demo & that you use current products, no matter what skill level you may be.
Our theme this month is our Favourite DSP. There are so many gorgeous new DSP in the catalogue that it was very hard to choose. I literally just closed my eyes & let my fingers do the “walking” so to speak & they come up the gorgeous Share What You Love Specialty DSP.
My card is one I often create as I love the layout & it is just so quick & simple. It looks great cut into how may pieces you wish although you have to ensure you match them up when adhering to Cardstock.
Thank you for visiting my blog today. Once again I am one of the lucky ones who gets to hop along with Kylie & 10 other lucky Demos. Thank you so much to everyone who voted for me. It was & always is very much appreciated. This was my card from the original May Blog Hop.
Our theme is “Encouragement” where we specially make a card to someone that we think needs it right now.
My card is one for an aunt who is going through a bit of a rough patch at the moment. I sometimes create cards for Mandy, pack & post them off every so often. She must really appreciates it as I will often receive a phone call saying how “tickled pink” she was when she opened them.
If you click on the link above the card, you will be able to download your free tutorial to create your own card. It includes a list of products used, measurements (metric & imperial) plus the instructions.
Below the photo, you will find a Roll Call. All you have to do is click on the names to take you over to their post. Don’t forget to leave a little “love” while visiting.
Today’s card is one that I’ve cased from the Share What You Love Suite which is the A Little More, Please Bundle. Of course, I added my own spin on it but you could always add extras with what you have in your own stash.
This card & Bundle prove that you don’t have to have a lot of product to create pretty cards. There is lots of pretty extra product in this Bundle including C6 Very Vanilla Envelopes & the lovely Share what You Love Embellishment Kit which are both free when you purchase this Bundle.
Although the products will be available once the new catalogue goes live, the Bundle will not! It finishes 31 May 2018 so best to get it while you can!
By clicking on the link below you are able to download your free tutorial to create your own version
I have another card to share with you using the same Bundle so be sure to pop back in a few days.
This Friday sees the DSP Card Kits & Tutorials go live.
With only just over a week left to take advantage of the “Share What You Love” Suite, this bundle is perfect to start off our DSP Card Kits. The product will be available in the new Catalogue, but not as a Bundle.
Already I have had lots of enquiries wanting to reserve their kits so as not to miss out. Happily I have done so which makes it easier for future numbers & ensuring I have extras for everyone else. Thank you so much for your support!
There have been a few slight chances to the kit so please be sure to read all the information pertaining to the kits.
Not sure how it will work?
On the last Friday of each month, a new kit featuring a Bundle or Suite from the Annual, Holiday or Occasions Catalogues will be released & available for purchase. The Cards Kits will be limited, although the PDF Tutorials will be available anytime.
Two weeks prior to the release of the Kit, you will be advised of the upcoming Kit, ie the Bundle or Suite, inks, Cardstock plus any extras that you may need to create your cards. This is so that you are able to order your items to create with your kit. If you order the items from me, then of course, your Kit will be FREE. Extras required to create your cards are posted at the bottom of the page.
YES, SU! Demonstrators may use the tutorials for their classes.
A couple of days ago I shared with you a card I cased from the Just Getting Started Bundle which is perfect for you for that exact reason – if you are just getting started! Today is another card created using the same Bundle. Don’t you love it when you can create different cards but using the same supplies except for a little change here & there?
Included in this Bundle is the Love What You Do Stamp Set, Old Olive Ink, Grapefruit Grove Ink (new In Colour), Clear Block E, Very Vanilla Cardstock AND Very Vanilla Note Cards & Envelopes. All I’ve done is scattered a few Pearl Basic Jewels around the front & added a small bow using Linen Thread.
The above products will be available once the new catalogue goes live, but the Bundle will not!
I have actually created this card as part of the CASEing Tuesday challenge which is new to me. Last week it was the card on Page 37 of the Annual Catalogue. Don’t forget to use your catalogues for inspiration. You will be amazed at what you can create.
Clicking on the link below you are able to download your free tutorial to create your own version
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