It’s a fabulous time to join Stampin’ Up!

It’s a fabulous time to join Stampin’ Up! You get even MORE FREE products in your customisable Starter Kit. From 4–31 May, you can get $235 AUD / $283 AUD worth of products for only $169 AUD + free business supplies + free shipping + all the fun being a part of Stampin’ Up!

  • A new demonstrator can select any eligible Stampin’ Up! products up to the stated value.
  • The Starter Kit also includes business resources like catalogues, brochures, order forms, and postcards.  
  • In addition to the amazing added value to your Starter Kit, when you join Stampin’ Up! you get to be a part of our amazing community of crafters. Plus, you get to enjoy sharing simple and fun crafting experiences with others, early access to products, and exclusive access to training events.

So what are you waiting for? It’s a fabulous time to join Stampin’ Up!

Bouquet of Hope by Paper Pumpkin

The Bouquet of Hope is a kit by Paper Pumpkin. What is Paper Pumpkin? Paper Pumpkin is a monthly subscription service that offers a unique variety of paper projects for crafters of any skill level to enjoy! These all-inclusive craft kits encourage Stampin’ Up! customers to explore their creativity, try new techniques, and discover their potential in papercrafting. For now, Paper Pumpkin is only available as a subscription in North America.

But, every now and then, we like to offer a Paper Pumpkin kit in all our markets.

The Bouquet of Hope Paper Pumpkin Kit provides a way to offer comfort, care, and condolences to those enduring life’s challenges. With beautiful blooms and supportive sentiments, this kind-hearted kit will allow you to soothe others’ sorrow and share your sympathy in a heartfelt, handmade way!

You can create nine comforting cards, three each of three designs, plus coordinating envelopes, with the kit’s components. The versatile stamp set, included in the kit, can be used to uplift loved ones during trying times.

And, if you snagged a stack of Flower & Field Designer Series Paper during Sale-A-Bration, you can combine it with the kit’s extra elements and then enjoy even more coordinated cardmaking!

April Stampers Anonymous Team BlogHop #29

Welcome to the April Stampers Anonymous Team BlogHop #29. You may have joined me from Kylie’s Blog or you may have started here. This month’s Blog Hop is to create a Fancy Fold card. This month I wanted to create a card that had a number of elements within the card and so I went for a little search on the interwebs and stumbled across this one from Simply Simple Stamping. I like that there are a number of elements to this fancy fold card. And generally with a fancy fold card there is a limited amount of space to write your message and have it not be seen before you open it. However, with the extra panel there is a lot of space to write.

Don’t you think the Forever Greenery Designer Series Paper is absolutely stunninng? I knew I had to use these papers as I just love the colours. What paper would you choose if you were to make this card?

April Stampers Anonymous Team BlogHop #29
Here is a view from the top of the card so you can see all the different folds within the card.

Continue along our Blog hop by clicking on any of the links below or by clicking on the “Previous” to be taken to Kylie’s Blog or “Next” to be taken to Elizabeth’s Blog.

  1. Nikki
  2. Kylie
  3. Sharon – You are here
  4. Elizabeth
  5. Olivia
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March Stampers Anonymous Team BlogHop #28

Welcome to the March Stampers Anonymous Team BlogHop #28. You may have joined me from Elizabeth’s Blog or you may have started here. This month’s Blog Hop is to a colour challenge. Colour challenges can be fun and not so fun, if you know what I mean. But I do like these colours together and I knew which stamp set I wanted to use straight away.

I wanted to use products from the January to June Mini Catalogue and I like the Fine Art Floral Suite. And with so many great products that are still available, you’ll want to get your hands on these products now.

I had some inspiration for this card from one I recieved this past week from our Demonstrator Development Manager, Clare. Her card is gorgeous and had an embossed frame and I wanted to incorporate that into my card.
However, I felt the white in the background was a bit stark for me so I chose one of colours to be a background layer. Then I chose the coordinating Painted Texture 3D Embossing Folder from the Art Gallery Suite. I applied some ink to the folder and then ran it through
the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine to add some depth to the embossed image.

You can continue to hop along with the March Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop #28 by clicking on any of the links below. Even though we may be small in number but I know the creativity in this group will be huge!

  1. Nikki
  2. Kylie
  3. Elizabeth
  4. Sharon – You are here
Product List
Paper Snips