This beautiful Four Season Floral Kit By Stampin’ Up! has everything you need to start making your own cards. The simple and beautiful imagery has been designed with a beginner stamper in mind. The flowers used are the Poinsettia, Rose, Daisy, and Dogwood.
Stampin’ Up! offer coordinating ink, paper and accessories to make creating easy. No guesswork needed – we’ve done it for you. Choose one product you like, such as the Four Season Floral Stamp Set, explore the coordinating products and you’re all set!
Common all occasion sentiments are perfect for a new stamper and gives a variety of reasons for you to share your handmade cards. The colors in this kit Just Jade and Magenta Madness offer great seasonal color stamping options. With the preprinted cards and envelopes all you have to do is stamp, write and send!!
Welcome to the July Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop #20. You may have joined me from Melissa’s Blog or you have started here. This month’s Blog Hop is a layout challenge. I chose to showcase the World of Good Suite of products that I shared with you on Sunday.
As the World of Good Suite has Misty Moonlight as one of its main colours I started with a Misty Moonlight card base and knew what I was wanting to stamp. I pulled out the World of Good Speciality Designer Series Paper and chose the pattern I wanted to add underneath. That led me to sponging in Cinnamon Cider ink and stamping the quill in cinnamon cider onto cinnamon cider card stock. I added the sentiment on the right side above the quill and I was very happy with the layout.
I started sponging the background and then using my brand new water painters, I dragged some of the Misty Moonlight ink around the globe. Feeling the card still needed somthing extra, I added the Antiqued Corners. Now you can go onto the next blog by clicking the Next Blog button or by clicking the button below for Kristy Davy. I hope you enjoy the July Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop #20 and all the creativity as these ladies have some amazing talent.
The World of Good Suite by Stampin Up is found in the New Annual Catalogue. Preserve your worldwide adventures with travel patterns and brass accents. The coordinating Memories & More Card Pack makes memory keeping simple.
Amazing how beautiful and packed full of coordinating products the WORLD OF GOOD SUITE in the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog is. The Beautiful World cling stamp set has globe imagery and sentiments that have to do with adventure. The sentiments are designed to work on the outside and the inside of your card project. The World Map dies cut out the imagery from the stamp set.
The World of Good Specialty DSP has a 16th Century map style feel with gold foiling. The star maps on the DSP represent both Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Get the perfect weathered looking paper with the Old World Paper 3D embossing folder. Using this embossing folder will make it faster and easier to get an aged look on your paper, without the unwanted tearing. To add to the travel and adventure theme Stampin’ Up! has included the Old World Memories and more card pack. When adding the final touches to your project you will love the antiqued brushed embellishments and the Early Espresso ribbon.
Take your paper crafting to the next level with the Poney Garden Suite by Stampin’ Up! From Stampin’ Up!s 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue the Peony Garden Suite has a lot to offer! You will love all of the amazing products included in this suite.
Beauty blooms as plus peonies and sophisticated marble accents unite. Use the Peony Dies to form 3D blossoms or simply die cut the stamped images – either yields realistic results.
The Whale of a Time Suite is found in the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue. This suite was meant to speak to children, but is sophisticated enough that it speaks to adults too. Whales are oh, so a la mode. Stampin’ Up! has provided a gorgeous water color designer series paper (DSP) in 6×6 with 4 each of 12 double-sided designs creating a 48 sheet total. One of the designs on the DSP is sized just right for punching the whales out with the included Whale Punch.
The Sea Bed 3D Embossing Folder is so full of ocean plants, it creates beautiful textures which are sure to add beauty to any project. With the detailed sequins and flowing ribbon you can add the perfect amount of sparkle to your project. The colors used in this suite are: Balmy Blue, Blackberry Bliss, Bumblebee, Calypso Coral, Granny Apple Green, Just Jade, Pacific Point, Pool Party, Pretty Peacock, Shaded Spruce
Make a splash with effervescent seascapes populated with sweet sea creatures. Cut out the whales using the Whale Punch to make quick accents on projects that everyone will love – children and grown ups alike!
Some of the patterns on the Whale of a Time 6×6″ Designer Series Paper are ideal for 3×3″ cards. Simply cut the paper to size and use it as the background.
Take your paper crafting to the next level with the Ornate Garden Suite by Stampin’ Up! The Ornate Garden Suite has a lot to offer! It comes with two stamp and die bundles, designer series paper, multiple embellishments, and a beautiful embossing folder. Each piece is designed for coordination and beauty to give you an amazing crafting experience.
Enjoy detailed floral images, gold foil, gems and more. Create elegant borders with the coordinating dies. Mix and match the greetings and images from both bundles of this suite.
Forever Fern meets Simple Stamping today on my blog. This card is super simple to create with products you have already in your stash, once you add the Forever Fern stamp set.
I started off wanting to use a colour from each of the current In Colors that Stampin’ Up! have in their range right now. I chose the two greens within each collection which led me to Just Jade and Pretty Peacock. Stamping in Pretty Peacock ink with some of the ferns I then added some Bumblebee card as an accent and to cover up the end of the stems. The scrap piece was sitting on my desk at the time which made it an easy choice to use.
Adding the ‘Hello’ in Tuxedo Black Memento and the stamping is done. I layered Basic Black card onto the Just Jade card base and then realised that the whisper white was too long so rather than grabbing out my trimmer I chose to tear off the bottom. What do you think? Do the colours work? Forever Fern meets Simple Stamping – I must say the three colours have grown on my over the time.