Today I am hopping along with a lovely group of SU! Demonstrators from all over the world. You are free to join us if you like, but we do ask that you be a current SU! Demo & that you use current SU! products.
It has been so long since I’ve hopped along with them so fingers crossed it will be continue.
Welcome to our July Hop. This month we are showcasing our favourite Bundle! You may have just arrived from Liz’s blog where she shared her lovely project with her favourite Bundle. If you have started from my blog, all you have to do is click on the next arrow below to continue.
There are so many lovely Bundles in the Annual Catalogue that I had a hard time choosing my favourite. So when in doubt, I closed my eyes & hoped for the best. Just happens Flowers of Friendship Bundle IS one of my favourites!
I’ve kept the layout fairly simple as I wanted the Bundle to POP!
Along with the simple layout, I decided to go with a colour combination way out of my comfort zone of Melon Mambo, Granny Apple Green, Basic White & Night of Navy as the Base Card. What do you think? I am happy with the combination.
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Thanks again for visiting my blog today. Be sure to click on all the links during this hop as it always interesting to see what everyone comes up with & how many ideas we can get from visiting. Of course, a little love on the way of comments will surely be a lovely surprise to hoppers too. Next up is my friend Jenn. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
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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With the selected DSP on sale during July up to 2 August, I thought I would share simple & easy ideas on how to use your lovely papers. This means that I will be showcasing the selected papers throughout the month of July!
Again I’ve used the lovely In Good Taste DSP but this time turned into a pretty pink card with the females in mind. I’ve also dug out one of my favourite Stamp Sets – Tasteful Touches & of course the Stitched So Sweetly Dies.
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It’s been awhile since I’ve posted but I have been posting on FB Page. I have also been planning & designing for July’s classes including a brand new one aimed at Beginner Stampers. I am so excited about this one as not only is it aimed at the Beginner Stamper but we get to create with our Kits Collection.
These classes will be held each month either Online or In Person.
If you would like to join me for the In Person class, you must be registered by 4 July so that I can order your Kits. This class is all about the Notes of Cheer Card Kit.
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Thanks so much for popping in today. It is very much appreciated.
I thought I would share a card I created sometime ago but one that I hadn’t posted using the lovely Tasteful Touches Stamp Set, along with the In Good Taste DSP & the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder. All of which I am so happy are in the current Annual Catalogue.
A piece of Basic White was embossed with the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder, adhered to a layer of Smokey Slate Cardstock & then to a Night of Navy Base Card.
A piece of Basic White was stamped with the feather from the Tasteful Touches Stamp Set in Night of NavyInk, a piece of Ribbon (retired) wrapped around the bottom part & a bow tided. This panel was then adhered to the piece of DSP with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
The sentiment was stamped onto scrap Basic White in Night of Navy Ink, fussy cut & adhered to the Card Front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
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Today I am sharing with you a card I created sometime ago but have never gotten round to sharing it with you.
Butterflies! I love seeing them in my garden, flying out & in the flowers & plants Some of them bright while others not so but all very beautiful just the same.
The butterflies have been stamped onto Basic White in Bermuda Bay, chopped into 3’s prior to adhering to a piece of Blushing Bride. I didn’t go how these colours would suite but I am liking them.
Randomly chopping my layers & DSP into pieces is one of my favourite ways of creating my cards. So what do I do this time round after stamping my image? Chop into 3’s, of course.
The central butterfly is from the now retired Butterfly Bijou DSP. I love that we have images on some of our DSP that also coordinate with our Dies.
To download a free PDF Tutorial, all you have to do is click on the link below. It includes both A4 – Metric & Imperial plus Letter size measurements. Of course we can’t forget the List of Products to create your project.
It’s Day 2 of showcasing the lovely soft 2019-2021 In Colour of Purple Posy.
When creating with this colour, I find it hard to go past the fun Playing with Patterns DSP. I also love the cute little Moving Along Stamp Set which I used Monday as well. I think they are made for each other but I will let you decide on that one.
I cut a strip of DSP, adhered it to a piece of Basic white Cardstock before wrapping a piece of Night of Navy Ribbon down the edge of the DSP. This Ribbon is from the Playing with Patterns Ribbon Combo Pack.
The layer of Basic White was then adhered to a piece of Night of Navy before being adhered to the Purple Posy Base Card.
I stamped the little chopper onto scrap Basic White in Night of Navy Ink, coloured & blended with the Purple Posy Stampin’ Blend Combo before die cutting a circle with the Layering Circles Dies. I cut a scallop circle from Night of Navy with the same dies.
These pieces were adhered together prior to adhering to Card Front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
The sentiment was stamped with Night of Navy Ink, punched with the Classic Label Punch & adhered to the left side of Card Front with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.
In my photo I finished the card off with Night of Navy Rhinestones from the Holiday Rhinestones but have since changed them out to the Playing with Patterns Resin Dots of Purple Posy which softened the whole look of the card more.