Thank you for joining me today as I am once again playing along with the February Stamp ‘N Hop blog hop.
We are 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 Mo’s blog where I’m sure you would have seen her fantastic project.
This month is all about “LOVE”.
I don’t do Valentines so I thought I would try & create a “love” card for the male in your life.
I’m happy with how it turned out. Not too feminine but not too manly. In fact you could probably use it for either male or female. Mind you, it could easily be turned into a Valentine’s card by changing out the sentiment.
Thanks again for visiting my blog. Next up isJenna. All you need to do is click the NEXT arrow below the photo.
In the event that you get lost, there is a Roll Call of everyone playing along. All you have to do is click on the names & you will be taken to their blog.
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.
Today I am once again taking part in Kylie’s International Blog Highlights where this month it is all about “LOVE”. Thank you so much for everyone who voted for me last month. It was very much appreciated.
Not sure of what is Kylie’s International Highlights? It is where Demonstrators from all around the world take part in a monthly Blog Highlight. It’s a great way to get to know other Demonstrators & see projects using current Stampin’ Up!® product.
What is so different about this Blog Highlight? YOU get to vote for your top 5 favourites. The top ten will then get to take part in an international blog hop with Kylie & other talented successful demonstrators.
What do I do? All you have to do is click on the “Vote for Me” photo at the side or head on over to Kylie’s Blog, click on the heart in the top right hand side of the picture.
I wanted to challenge myself to creating with older product & not something from SAB or the Occasions Catalogue. I think I have done so except for the Brushos. I really have to stop myself from using these all the time. Although in saying that I’ve only used the Gamboge & Yellow on my card today. Mind you, it is nothing what I started out to create but I’m happy with it especially the colours.
Don’t forget to pop on over to check out all the other lovely creations by visiting Kylie’s Blog. While there, be sure to vote for your 5 favourites.
If you click on the link below (above the photo) you will be able to download a tutorial to create your own card. It includes measurements (metric & imperial), supply list along with the instructions.
Last week I challenged our FB Group to create a male card using the sketch provided. I thought it would be a great way to get their creative juices flowing & even use it for a class or demonstration. This is my take on the sketch.
The background was created with the Gamboge & Yellow Brushos – love these Powders – by spritzing Shimmery White with water & tapping Brushos directly over the CS, allowing it to spread & setting aside to dry.
It’s been awhile, but I’m happy to say that Technique Tuesday is back again this year.
We’re playing with Brushos today & showing you a basic way of using them. Mind you, you will still have a fantastic result just the same. Remember, if you don’t have the product I’ve used on my card, use what you have on hand.
This is one of the cards we created a couple of weeks ago in our class. The ladies loved playing with them especially when they saw how the powders reacted to water & how everyone’s card turned out very different. Have you tried them yet?
There is a little change this year in that they may only appear the 4th Tuesday of the month. Yes, you will still receive the instructions for a card using the technique. The Technique Tutorial is available for download by clicking on the Free Technique Tutorials Page, file in a folder & keep on hand to use or to refer back to at a later date.
Yes, SU! Demos are able to use them for your classes, workshops & demonstrations. It just means that all the work is done for you, except of course your samples.
To download your free card tutorial on how I created my card, please click on the link above the photo.
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