Blossoms In Bloom Baby Wipe Technique

All week long I’m sharing this gorgeous stamp and die set with you. With the New Annual Catalogue being released there are so many lovely products to get your hands one and this is just one of them. I had this picture in my mind of what I wanted to create and it was the Blossoms in Bloom Baby Wipe Technique. Its an old technique but still so fun to create.

Here is another version of the card that I created using Bermuda Bay as my card base.

I started by creating an ink palette with my reinkers and and cloth. I don’t have baby wipes in my home so used the next best thing.

You can see some more details in the video along with a mistake I made while I was making the card. Good thing card stock comes with two sides.

Blossoms in Bloom Baby Wipe Technique
I created 4 cards using the Blossoms in Bloom Baby wipe technique
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Blossoms in Bloom Stepped Up

This week I’m sharing the Blossoms in Bloom Bundle which I have fallen in love with.

I’m excited to be sharing this Blossoms in Bloom Stepped Up card today. Starting by inking up the blossoms stamp in So Saffron Ink and then using my Mango Melody Stampin’ Write marker I added some colour to the edge of the stamp. I then overlayed the die cut blossoms from the Many Layered Blossoms dies using my Fine Tip Glue.

I have created a video for you to have a look and see how I have made this card. I’m very new to making videos but I wanted to share how I’ve created these cards.

Blossoms in Bloom Stepped Up

Let me know what you think and share your projects with me.

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PICK A FREE BUNDLE STARTER KIT PROMOTION

Do you love a great deal? The Pick A Free Bundle Starter Kit Promotion is here for a limited time. When you become a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, you can Pick a Free Bundle, any stamp/tool bundle from the new 2020–2021 Annual Catalogue for FREE. There could not be a better time to make your dreams of having your own Stampin’ Up! business come true.

If you don’t want to run Stampin’ Up! as your business then just join for the 20% discount that you recieve on all your Stampin’ Up! products. When I first joined Stampin’ Up! in 2008 I had a goal to get a discount and hopefully get some sales to cover my crafting habit. In the 12 years I have grown my goal into a crafting business that I love and enjoy. I love my little team and I’d love for you to join my team as well.

Some of the great benefits to joining Stampin’ Up! is that you get 20% discount off all your Stampin’ Up! products. A chance to learn new and exciting techniques. Additional income depending on your sales and great opportunities to attend events and meet some lovely likeminded crafty people.

During this unusal time I have started zoom sessions with my team, so you coud be anywhere in Australia and join my team. So why not join Stampin’ Up! during the Pick a Free Bundle Starter Kit Promotion.

Engagement Card

Over the weekend my husband and I were invited to an engagement party of one of the lovely ladies in my team and her fiance. It was held in Katoomba on possibly the hottest days of the recent times. It was, however, a lovely day celebrating Michelle & Josh’s engagement.

I had to make a special card for them and not just pick something from my stash of cards. I chose to use new product from the January-June Mini Catalogue. I chose the Forever Blossoms Stamp Set with matching Designer Series Paper with the gorgeous Champagne Foil accents in the paper. I used the Blends to colour in the blossoms. I didn’t have the Petal Pink blends so used the Calypso Coral blends instead. I used the Petal Pink Organdy Striped Ribbon as well. And of course I needed to stamp the blossoms on the envelope which I did in Pool Party ink.

You can now purchase all of these products up till the 3rd June. And don’t forget that for every $90 spent you can earn a free item from the
Sale-a-bration catalogue. There are some great products that you can earn for free including stamps, ribbon, Designer paper, Punches & dies. There is even a fabulous card kit that you can earn which makes up 8 cards (4 each of 2 designs).



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Just for You

With the beginning of the new January-June Mini Catalogue I sent out my catalogues to the customers that have shopped with me in the last 12 months. I created cards to send with the catalogues using some new products. I love the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper and matching stamp set. I cut the DSP into 9.5cmx13.85cm pieces (6 from 1 sheet) I used Basic Black as the layer in between but before I stuck this down I cut out the black frame layer to save on card stock. I then used a retired punch for the white circle but you can use the circle framelits to cut out a circle that would work too.

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Team Secret Santa Gift

Last month we had our team Christmas Party and we have the opportunity to be in a Secret Santa gift. We make up a gift and include $20 worth of Stampin’ Up! product as well all current. I struggled with this as I was quite short on time and I didn’t have any ideas at all. So onto the pinterest & youtube search I went. I found the set of drawers on Intertwyne Designs and loved them. They were fairly simple to put together. The bag was something I created to fit the drawers. The last item was an Impossible Popper Box by The Paper Pixie. I love this little box but I did struggle to put it together the first time around. I really need to learn to read instructions better 🙂

I used the Let is snow DSP as it was one of my favourites from the Holiday catalogue.

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JANUARY–JUNE 2020 MINI CATALOGUE

The January to June Mini Catalogue is now LIVE. That also means that Sale-a-bration is also LIVE!

For every $90 you spend you earn an item free. There are some fabulous products in this catalogue that you won’t want to miss out on. You can look at the catalogue online or contact me and I can pop one in the post for you. If you’d like to see the Sale-a-bration catalogue online you can look at it here.

I have listed below the Suites that are in the catalogue and these are fabulous. Everything in the suite will coordinate well and all you’d need to add is some adhesive and some ink.

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