We’re a bit over a week away now to saying Goodbye to the 2019/2020 Annual and the January-June 2020 Mini Catalogues. In some ways I will be sad to see these go but in so many more ways I’m excited to share the new 2020/2021 Annual Catalogue with you.
There are still some fabulous products in the Last Chance Products list and even some amazing discounts on a select number of products. Make sure you check out all the amazing products befroe they are gone for good.
Welcome to the Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop #18. Thank you for joining us along our journey to creativitiy. This month it was a layout challenge. I just love this suite with all the bright colours. Which is why I really enjoyed this challenge. As it gave me the opportunity to play with the Birthday Bonanza Suite.
This suite will be retiring in just a short couple of weeks. Do you love this suite as much as I do? Then you had better go and buy the suite now before it is gone for good.
I wanted to let the Designer Paper do the work for me in this Team Blog Hop. However, I knew I needed to add some stamping onto the card too, so I stamped the Toucan and the party hat to add another focal point. And of course I needed to add the sentiment. I gave this card to my daughter for her 13th Birthday which was on the 1st of May.
Don’t forget to click on the “Next Blog” button below to be taken to Nikki’s blog and see her creations or you can go backwards to Meighen’s Blog to see what she has created. If you get lost along the way you can always come back here and click on any of the links below to see the other creations. I can honestly say that there is a lot of creativity amongst these amazing women. Thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to check out our blog hop next month as well.
My Best Dressed “To Go” Class Kit was recently inspired by a fellow demo in Queensland and you can purchase yours today. This kit requires no stamping and uses the Best Dressed Patterned Paper and 3″X3″ note cards and envelopes from the Best Dressed Suite of products. Adding your own stamps you have at home to these projects adds your own creativitiy. You can take a closer look at the patterned paper by checking out this post.
When you receive this kit the items included will enable you to create this darling project. All you need are some scissors and your choice of glue or adhesive. You’ll be able to make your own versions of the 3″x3″ cards and a mini pizza box.
You can add your own stamps to the cards that you already have at home. Or purchase the matching stamp set from my online store.
In My Best Dressed “To Go” Class Kit you’ll receive 6 3″x3″ note cards with envelopes, 12 sheets of 6″x6″ Patterned Paper, mini pizza box, some ribbon, a sheet of dimensionals and instructions.
What are you waiting for? There are only a limited number of kits available to purchae so don’t delay and Order your kit today. This kit will only cost $25 delivered to you.
The Painted Poppies Stamp set is one of my favourites from the January to June Mini Catalogue. And we have recently found out that these stamps are carrying over into the new Annual Catalogue. Yippee!!
I decided in January that I was going to use this suite of products for my April Retreat.
The reason was because Poppies are traditionally used as a flower to remember those we have lost during times of war. My retreat was going to be held over the ANZAC weekend.
In this very simple card I have used a Blackberry Bliss card base. Stamping the three poppy stems on a piece of whisper white card and then, using one of the mottle stamps, I stamped blackberry bliss over the poppy heads to add some colour. After that I attached a strip of the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper on the left hand side of the whisper white.
To step up the project I stamped the poppy onto the envelope to keep the theme going and to match the card.
Unfortunately I had to postpone my retreat, but I was able to host a virtual one in its place and send out a retreat in a box for those that wanted to participate. It was a fun weekend that I believe everyone that “attended” enjoyed.
This week I am sharing with you the Noble Peacock Specialty Designer Series Paper which is part of the Noble Peacock Suite. The colours in this suite are gorgeous together, Blueberry Bushel, Old Olive & Pretty Peacock. These papers are single sided foil sheets.
Thanks for joining us this month for our Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop #17. You may have joined me by coming from Kerry’s blog or you may be starting here. Either way, welcome. This months Blog Hop is a colour challenge. We were challenged to use Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo & Smoky Slate. I chose to use the Under My Umbrella bundle and added in Whisper White & Basic Black as my neutrals. Using lot of my circle punches with this card made it quick to create and I love how it has turned out. You could step up the card again by running the basic black through an embossing folder. I also made the card with the different colours as a frame.
On the card on the right I made a little mistake with the embossing and as there are no mistakes in cardmaking I used a black circle to cover up my bad embossing 🙂
I have created a video on how I made it and you can find that below. If you like the video, please subscribe to my channel as I am creating videos on a regular basis. If there is something that you’d like me to show you, please let me know by commenting below.
If you get lost along your way on the Blog Hop click on any of the names below to take you to their blog.
Being Sunday, it is Designer Paper Day. The day when I share with you another gorgeous pack of Designer Series Paper.
As we get closer and closer to the end of the Annual Catalogue, these papers are starting to sell out, and I would hate for you to miss out getting your hands on them if you love them as much as I do. This weeks’ designer paper is the Perennial Essence Designer Series Paper. These gorgeous papers are originally Hand-Painted impressionistic imagery in rich colours.
I’ll be back again next Sunday for another Designer Paper Day.