For Your Birthday

Again I was playing with my two favourite products from the Occasions Catalogue. The Birthday Cheer Stamp set and the How Sweet it is Designer Series Paper (DSP)

This time I was using the DSP as the background and doing this means I really don’t need to do too much to the card. I cut off a strip of DSP and flipped it over to give some contrast. I then just stamped the image onto the punched out circle and layered it all up and its then done.

This is another card that my campers will be making at my Papercrafters Retreat. The registration has closed but you could order the “Retreat in a Box”. In the box you will receive all the make and takes, pillow gifts, a goodie bag, and two stamp sets and a voucher to spend with me all shipped to your door. The cost is $195. You can contact me to order yours today. I will be closing the order period off on 20th April and will be posting them out during the week of the 8th May. There is a very limited number of these available to order to don’t miss out and order yours today.

Time for a Spectacular Celebration

I’ve been busily preparing for my upcoming Papercrafters Retreat. The registration has closed but you could order the “Retreat in a Box”. In the box you will receive all the make and takes, pillow gifts, a goodie bag, and two stamp sets and a voucher to spend with me all shipped to your door. The cost is $195. You can contact me to order yours today. I will be closing the order period off on 20th April and will be posting them out during the week of the 8th May. There is a very limited number of these available to order to don’t miss out and order yours today.

On this card I have used stamps, ink and paper. This is known as a #simplestamping card. I have used some wink of stella on the icing just to make them pop but otherwise it is only stamps, ink and paper.

I have used the Birthday Cheer stamp set and used some of the colours from the How Sweet it is DSP. What do you think of this card? I love the colours. They work so well together

Hooray Yippee & Cheers for you!

I am loving the colours in the “How Sweet it is” Designer series Paper (DSP) and created this card for one of my classes. I just love how simple this card is to make. All I have done is cut the DSP into strips to fit on the card front. Punched out a couple of circles or you could die cut them using the layering circle framelits.

I fussy cut the jar out leaving a small amount of white around the outside of the jar. Stamped the sentiment onto the circle and layered it up onto a Coastal Cabana circle. I stamped the sentiment in Highland Heather ink.

What do you think of this card? It is one of the cards that my campers will make in a couple of weeks at my papercrafters retreat.

Tomorrow is the very last day to earn any rewards for Sale-a-bration. I will be closing off my March Host orders tomorrow at 8pm (Sydney time) so if you’d like to place an order and earn some last minute rewards, then place your order before 8pm.

Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop

Welcome to our Team Blog Hop for March. This month’s challenge was to create something using a product that you can earn free during Sale-a-bration. I chose to use the gorgeous Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper. I created a Card Gift Box Set. The original box was created by Crafty Caroline.
I paired up the Gingham Gala DSP on the cards with the Butterfly Gala & the Gingham Gala Adhesive-backed sequins.

Here is the box without the belly band. It really is a lovely box that both flaps open to get the cards out.

This is the full set of cards with the box. I really enjoyed creating this project to share with you.

I am holding my first Stamp Camp next month and have a few vacancies so get in quick to book your spot and don’t miss out on a great weekend away south of Sydney. You can book your place by clicking here.

And finally you can hop along with us by clicking on the Next Blog button below or if you get lost along the way you can just click on any of the links below to get you back on track.

  1. Nikki Stalker
  2. Kristy Davy
  3. Sharon Wilson – You are HERE
  4. Kylie Page
  5. Marelle Taylor
  6. Melissa Gifford

You can click on either of these buttons to be taken to the blog before or after mine depending on which way you would like to go.

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Stamparatus
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Glue Dots
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Stamping Techniques with Florentine Filigree Stamp Set

Create a background of perfectly aligned images with the Stamparatus and the hinge-step technique.
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Stamparatus
[148187]
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Big Shot
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Glue Dots
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Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop

Welcome to our February Team Blog Hop. This month we were challenged to use the colours from the Sale-a-bration Organdy Ribbon Combo Pack, Balmy Blue, Daffodil Delight, Grapefruit Grove, Highland Heather & Lemon Lime Twist. This ribbon is found on page 7 of the Sale-a-bration catalogue. Unfortunately, this ribbon is now unavailable due to the high demand. If you don’t want to miss out on any of the other products in the Sale-a-bration offerings, then don’t delay and put in your order today!

Here is our next Stampers Anonymous Team challenge

I chose to use the Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper Stack. I found inspiration from Create with Lynn. I changed up the butterflies as I just used the Botanical Butterfly DSP for the butterflies and punched them with the duo butterfly punch. I used Highland Heather ink for the sentiment from the Birthday Cheer Stamp Set.

From tomorrow there will be a few additional items that can be earned during Sale-a-bration.

You can hop along with us. If you get lost along the way just click on any of the links below to get you back on track.

  1. Nikki Stalker
  2. Kristy Davy
  3. Kerry Bunting
  4. Marelle Taylor
  5. Elizabeth Yager
  6. Kylie Page
  7. Sharon Wilson – You are HERE
  8. Melissa Gifford
  9. Meighan Wheller
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Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper By Stampin Up

The Botanical Butterfly DSP is such a gorgeous pack of paper that is so versatile. You can use the dual butterfly punch to punch out some of the butterflies as well. Which saves on fussy cutting.

I made this card with inspiration from another fellow demonstrator Kristy Davy. She made a simple elegant card using a white card base and one colour ink. I stepped mine up by adding an extra layer and a couple of punched out butterflies from the Botanical Butterfly DSP.

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Blender Pens
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