Today’s post is one we created in class when the Brushos first come out in the 2018 Occasions Catalogue. Can you believe that it is just about that time again? It’s been teamed with the gorgeous Beautiful Day Stamp Set.
I had an email to say that some of my earlier tutorials had not been shared, so I thought what better time to do that then over the next couple of weeks. Please bear in mind that a few of the products used on some of the tutorials may be retired but may be changed out for current products.
Please also note that since the tutorials have been written, the tutorial layout & blog name have been changed too.
My card today is using the Waterfront Stamp Set. There are so many ideas & ways of using this great set, so be sure to check out Pinterest or google the set.
By clicking on the link below, you will be able to download a free tutorial to create your own card. The tutorial includes both the products used & the measurements (metric & imperial).
Today I am sharing with you another card created using the Stamparatus but this time I’ve created a wreath with the fish from the Jar of Love Stamp Set. How I love this tool, not mention how versatile this Stamp Set is.
I am sharing with you a card we created sometime ago in one of our Friday classes using the Stamparatus. The class was actually divided into 2 groups with each group creating a different card. At the end of the class both groups had created the 2 cards.
Thank you for joining me today as I am playing along with the Stamp ‘N Hop blog hop for November where we get to Case (Copy & Share Everything) the Annual Catalogue.
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 SU! products.
You may have arrived from Tracy’s blog where I’m sure you would have seen her fantastic project.
I couldn’t decide what to do for this challenge as I often use the SU! Catalogues for inspiration & often case them too. I decided to go with the Oh So Eclectic Stamp Set along with the Eclectic Layers Thinlits as I needed to create a special birthday card (it’s not like I don’t have any in my stash!) You can find the card I cased on Page 157.
By clicking on the link below, you will be able to download your free tutorial to create your own card. The tutorial includes a list of supplies & measurements (metric & imperial). You may notice a bit of a difference in the layout of the tutorial as I am slowly doing updates to everything including my blog.
Thanks again for visiting my blog. Don’t forget to check out all the lovely Stampin’ Up! Demos hopping along – below the photo. When visiting, please leave a little love on their blogs.
Next up is Andre. All you need to do is click the NEXT arrow. In the event that you get lost, there is a Roll Call of everyone playing along.
G’Day & welcome to the Stampin’ Dreams Blog Hop where this month’s theme is all about Christmas. It is always great to get different ideas from everyone, so this hop is the perfect way of doing that especially if you haven’t completed or even started your Christmas cards.
Thank you for visiting my blog. You have just landed from Anastasia’s blog who always creates lovely work.