Today’s live is utilising the Something Fancy Bundle along with the Greatest Journey Designer Series Papers. This is originally designed By Ronda Wade but I just love these projects that she has made using these products.
The video is below – this is my shorter video but you can also check out my longer video with more details here.
Happy Friday! Today we are creating with the Enjoy the Journey and Greatest Journey products in the January to April Mini Catalogue. If there are items in the catalogue that you have had your eye on, then don’t waste anymore time, purchase them today!
Here is my short video that I created, there is also a longer video.
The Friendly Gnomes stamp set coordinate with the Gnomes Dies from the Holiday Mini Catalogue and you can still purchase the dies if you haven’t already. The dies were originally bundled with the Kindest Gnomes stamp set and you can see what I created with these last year at this post.
This bundle is so super cute and I love all the cards that we made. The original designs of 5 of the cards are by Ronda Wade, however I did change up the sizing for some of the cards to utilise our A4 card stock size. The last card is my design and I’m really happy with how it turned out.
I chose to create a fancy fold with a card inside a card. It is something a bit different which is why I like it so much. What do you think? The Country Gingham Designer Series Paper 6×6″ paper stack works really well with this stamp set.
This is my long video from my Facebook Live on the Friendly Gnomes.
The Queen Bee Stamp set is one that didn’t really appeal to me when I first went through the Mini Catalogue but after seeing a class that Erica Cerwin created I knew I just had to have it! Below are the projects I created on my facebook live today and I also added in a cute fancy fold card.
In the video below is my very quick video that is only about 8 minutes or so. If you want to watch the full video you can watch that right here. This will give you an overview of how I have created the cards. But if you’d like to watch with some extra directions then you can check out the longer video that is also on my YouTube channel.
Did you miss my Facebook live on Friday? I shared with you all the Beautifully Happy Stamp Set that you can earn for free with a qualifying order of $180 if you are in Australia.
I started by cutting out a circle from a piece of basic white and using that as a mask. Grabbing my blending brushes and various colours I brush some ink onto the circle. I then stamp the flowers in black ink and stamp the sentiments.
The second group of cards is again using the Beautifully Happy stamp set. Within the stamp set are stamps that colour in the image as well which makes stamping so much easier as I am not that great with colouring and making the images look real.
Beautifully Happy Stamp set cards
Below is my Facebook Live video – on my youtube channel there is also a quick video which is less than 6 minutes long which shows how I have created the cards in quick time. Which do you prefer to watch? The quick video or the real time video?
You can check out more of my videos and other projects I’ve created using sale-a-bration products here.
The Adorable owls by Stampin’ Up! And they are available to earn for FREE when you place a qualifying order with me! These are only available till the 28th February and while Supplies last so if you love them as much as I do, get online and order your products and add this item as your gift with purchase. And you can only earn free products during Sale-a-bration which is on right now!
Between Christmas & New Year I got out some of the brand new products from the new Mini Catalogue and starting having a play. I chose the Adorable Owls to play with and love how cute they are. I’m not much of a colourer but I do love how the blends make it so easy to colour in your images.
You can see some of the other products that I have played with in my previous posts. Desert Details. And here is the video I made while I was playing with the owls. Did you see that I coloured in some extra owls?