Here is one of my samples for this months class. It uses the new stamp set Cupcake Party. And perfect timing the Cupcake Builder punch is on special this week in Stampin’Up! Weekly Deals! $22.46 this week instead of $29.95!
If you are enjoying the new Blendabilities pens than this stamp set – Bloom with Hope will become one of your favourites as it has 5 images that can be coloured and blended with your Blendabilities. It is an hostess set so you will receive it for free if you make a $300 plus order or host a workshop. Email me if you would like to know more on how to get your hands on this lovely stamp set.
I coloured the flower using the Pumpkin Pie set of pens and the Daffodil Delight set for the flower centre. To make the flower “pop” more I outlined it with my Smoky Slate marker pen.
Card – Naturals White, Basic Black, Old Olive, Whisper White
Stamps – Bloom with Hope133949
Ink – Memento Black
Extras – Blendabilities in Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight and Old Olive, Smoky slate Stampn’Write marker, Decorative dots embossing folder, Modern Label punch
I like my card, simple and understated, just right for a sad occasion.
Until next time,
I do like all the elements in this set as you can mix and match them in so many different ways. Something you should always look for when buying a stamp set as you want to get the most out of it by using the set in a number of ways.
I do like doing tone on tone cards and this one shows off the new In Colour Blackberry Bliss very nicely. Look how many colour variations you can get from the Blackberry Bliss ink pad. There are 4 generations of leaf impressions on the card. So from one ink pad – four different colours!
Card – Naturals White, Blackberry Bliss
Ink – Blackberry Bliss
Stamps – Kinda Eclectic 135347
Extras – Elegant Butterly punch, Bitty Butterfly punch, sponge
A really lovely quick and easy card to create. And you know I love quick and easy cards!!!! Also a neat way to use the Blended Bloom stamp, showing you don’t have to always colour it in!
Isn’t this the cutest card! They are made using the Stampin’Up! notelets pack of pre-scored card and envelopes. That makes card making even simpler!!!!
The original idea for this card design came from Susan Campfield. You can see her blog here.
Card – Stampin’Up! Notelets & Envelopes, 2014-2016 In Colours ( Lost Lagoon, Blackberry Bliss used here )
Stamps – Blended Bloom 135906, A Dozen Thoughts 13105, Gorgeous Grunge 130514
Ink – Lost Lagoon, Blackberry Bliss
Extras – Scalloped Tag Topper punch 133324, Satin Stitched Ribbon – Lost Lagoon & Blackberry Bliss
You can view the items used below this post. They will link you to my online Stampin’Up! store.
See you again soon!
I wish I had more hours in my day to play with these new markers! Below is one of my first attempts at colouring the Blended Bloom Stamp. I find colouring in to be such a relaxing past time – there was actually an article in our metro paper last weekend stating that the pastime of colouring in was the latest relaxation fad in Paris! There would be a lot of stampers who discovered that fact a long time ago!!!!
For my first attempt I am somewhat chuffed with my card! The leaf stamp from the Kinda Eclectic stamp set makes a great background for the Blended Bloom image.
If you would like to get your hands on these lovely markers then email me to find out about my Blendabilities Online Colouring Club. You too can be getting lost in this wonderful past time!
We will be creating this card, two other cards and a bookmark tomorrow so it should be a fun afternoon.
Card – Naturals white, Pool Party, Soft Suede, Whisper White
Ink – Soft Suede
Stamps – Traveler, Really Good Greetings
Extras – 1″ square punch, Postage stamp punch, Argyle embossing folder, Texture Boutique Machine
You are invited to attend my Annual Catalogue Launch this Saturday July 5th 1.30 – 4pm at my home in Mt Waverley.
Come along to get your very own catalogue, do some make and takes using new products, try out Stampin’Up!’s new Blendabilities and other new products, win a prize in my lucky door prize draws.
Email me – email@example.com if you would like to attend.