Yes! Stampin’ Up! are so generous. New products choices have just been announced for Sale-A-Bration AND they are catalogue products. How cool is that! I will tell you about that but first I wanted to share this card for you using the Sale-A-Bration set Avant Garden.
I haven’t used this set nearly enough over the last few months. (Maybe I was a little discouraged because I have lost the little stamen stamp). Never mind, there are still some gorgeous creations you can make without that little stamp. This card is another card we are making at Card Class this Friday along with the Dragonfly card I shared last post. Check back on the earlier posts if you want to see that.
I was inspired by a card on Pinterest to stamp the flowers as a background. This card took a life of it’s own after that.
If you are in the Wollongong area come and join in the class this Friday 24th 10am or 7pm. Lots of fun and creativity.
Now to those new products Stampin’ Up! are offering.
For every $90 order you can choose one of these catalogue choices as your Free option. Here they are. Which choice do you like? Paper, Embossing Folder or the Washi Tape.
Just a note: If you are ordering Online (which is HERE by the way!) and you are choosing one of these please be sure to use the Item Codes shown below.
I need to get creating with this set more before it goes. How about you?
Have a good rest of the week,
I can’t believe there is only about 10 days left of Sale-A-Bration. Seriously where has the time gone!
This Friday at our Card Class we will be using some of the loved Sale-A-Bration items for one last time and make 3 Classy cards.
If you are local to Wollongong come along. Here are the details.
WHEN: Friday 24th March at 10am or 7pm.
COST: $15 (extra $5 to use my adhesives).
Please RSVP by Thursday 23rd March. Book early to reserve your seat.
Here is just one of the cards we will be making. This is using the Sale-A-Bration set Delicate Details. It pairs so well with the Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits.
This card was inspired by a card I made right back at the beginning of Sale-A-Bration. If you missed that card then see the post HERE.
Have a great week,
This weekend I have had a play at this week’s Colour Inkspirations Challenge #05. The colours we had were Blushing Bride, Soft Sky and Sahara Sand.
They are such pretty soft colours and lend themselves to cute baby cards or soft floral or even butterflies??
Recently I shared a card with you of a different way to use the Falling Petal Embossing Folder. You can see that post HERE if you missed it. I have wanted to play with this idea since then and thought I would try it out with this challenge. This is the card I ended up with.
The lighting is not very good today. It is wet and overcast so not the best. Actually it has been torrential rain for the past week!
To the card: The base card is Blushing Bride and the mat is Sahara Sand. I embossed a Whisper White card mat with the Falling Petals Embossing Folder. Tied around some White Baker’s Twine before adhering it to the Sahara Sand card mat and card base. I cut a piece of Thick Whisper White with one of the larger Layering Circles Framelits Dies and embossed it with the Falling Petals Embossing Folder.
On this circle piece I created some little flowers with the embossed hearts/petals. I used the Sahara Sand Marker to first draw some lines from each petal to create the flower stems. Then coloured each flower with the Blushing Bride inkpad and Blender Pen. Then with the Aquapainter I added a light wash with the Soft Sky inkpad around the flowers. Just a note: After giving it a light wash with the Soft Sky it did wash out the Sahara Sand stems so I went over that lightly again. I went over the petals with the clear Wink of Stella pen too to add some sparkle but it is hard to tell in the photo.
This coloured piece was then adhered on to a Blushing Bride circle a bit larger. I then adhered it to the white card mat lining it up roughly in the same place. This created a type of spotlighting of the petals at the top of the card.
The sentiment is from Birthday Blossoms and cut with the Project Life Framelits. I added some small adhesive pearls to the sentiment piece. A small dragonfly was cut from the Blushing Bride Glimmer Paper to add some extra sparkle.
What do you think of this card?? I felt it was missing something?? Not sure.
Anyway, I think these challenges are good. It makes you think a lot about your creating. It’s nice to steal away a little “me” time stamping too.
I hope you have a lot of creating opportunities this coming week.
I was looking for ideas on Pinterest for the Nailed It set. I came across this card that I liked. I changed a couple of things with it.
To Recreate it:
Adhere Real Red card mat to the Black card base.
Cut a strip of the Crumb Cake with a line of the screws alternating the direction of them. Sponge touches of black on the screws. Adhere the strip on to the Red card mat and adhere the screws back into the gaps. Cut a strip of the Crumb Cake with the ruler measure die. Adhere the strip on to the card also.
Stamp the screwdriver image on to Thick Whisper White card with Black Stazon and then colour it with the Red and Crumb Cake inpads and the Aquapainter. Loop some Silver thread around behind the screwdriver before adhering it to the card with Dimensionals.
Stamp the “Enjoy You Day” Stamp from the Badges and Banners stamp set and punch it out with the Best Badge punch. Adhere that on to the card with Dimensionals. It doesn’t hurt to add a little bling to the boys card either with a Rhinestone. 🙂
I will share some more cards with the Nailed It bundle again soon. Stay tuned. Hope your weekend is going awesome.
I have a class on this weekend with the Nailed It Bundle. They make some great masculine cards. I thought I would show you one of the cards that we will be making.
The base card is Delightful Dijon. Funny, this colour has been around for nearly 2 years and all of a sudden I have been using so much of it. There is only a couple of months left with this colour.
On a white card mat I added 2 different strips from the Urban Underground Specialty Designer Series Paper. The sentiment is from the set Confetti Celebration.
I stamped the 3 tools from the Nailed It set on to Thick Whisper White using the Black StazOn. They were then coloured with the inkpads and Aquapainter. These were raised up off the card with Dimensionals. Finish the card off with the Urban Underground Embellishments. (Bling for Blokes!!). 🙂
I will show you some other cards with this bundle over the next couple of days.
I think the Nailed It Bundle in the Occasions Catalogue has been very popular for those hard to make Male cards. This Saturday in Card Class we will be focusing on this Bundle to make some cool manly cards. If you can’t make it you can take the Class by Mail option.
NAILED IT CLASS.
Here are the details for you.
WHEN: This Saturday 18th March at 2pm
COST: $20 (extra $5 to use my adhesives).
Please RSVP by Thursday 16th March. Book early to reserve your seat.
Can’t make it?
Get the Class by Mail.
Includes card, paper and embellishments Plus step by step instructions.
Stamp set not included. You can order the Nailed It Bundle separately or substitute with a different set.
Order the Nailed It Bundle separately.
$85.75 for Wood Mount or $73.25 Clear Mount
You can order the set from me or directly at my store -> HERE. Please use the HOST CODE for this week: FUCQ2STG
I hope if you are in the Wollongong area you can come along. If not, consider getting the Class By Mail option.
Another quick card with the Lift Me Up Bundle. This was inspired by a few different cards on Pinterest.
Are you liking this bundle?? I love it. So much fun.
TO RECREATE THIS CARD:
On a piece of Marina Mist Card cut 3 of the cloud shapes from the Up and Away Thinlits Dies. Stamp some clouds with Marina Mist ink on to the card. Emboss the card piece with the Softly Falling Embossing Folder.
Stamp the sentiment on a strip of Whisper White Card. Adhere to the Marina Mist card mat with Dimensionals. Tie around some Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine a couple of times. Adhere the whole piece to Thick Whisper White card base.
On scrap white card stamp a large balloon in Crushed Curry and a smaller one in Tangerine Tango. Cut them with the Thinlits and raise them up off the card with Dimensionals.
Thanks for stopping by. Have an awesome weekend. I hope you have time for creating.
Grab the Lift Me Up Bundle in my store HERE now.
I have a simple one-layer card to show you today using the Lift Me Up Bundle. This uses the different shaped pieces in the Up and Away Thinlits. The idea for this card was inspired by one I had seen on Pinterest. I thought it was a clever idea.
The different pieces were cut with Blushing Bride, Sweet Sugarplum and Soft Sky. The basket was stamped and cut from Crumb Cake. I sponged around the edge of each piece with the matching ink. Using the same colour inks I stamped the “splodge” from Gorgeous Grunge over the card. The sentiment was stamped in black.
Before adhering the pieces down, place them on the card in position. Mark the place in pencil where the “strings” for the balloon would be. Then remove the bottom piece and stamp the basket strings in. Then adhere the balloon pieces and the basket in to place. Add some Blushing Bride Baker’s Twine and a Rhinestone to finish.
I am so glad I can make more of these now. I had lost one of the Thinlit pieces for weeks. I was feeling very sad – and then yesterday sorting out stuff in the studio I found it on the floor under a table. YAY!!
Have a great day,
Another card to share with the Lift Me Up Bundle. This time I wanted to add some colour behind the balloon. This is so easy to do with the shaped framelits in the Up and Away Thinlits set. This card was inspired by a card shared by a Demonstrator friend.
TO RECREATE THE CARD:
Adhere a piece of the ‘Falling in Love’ DSP to a Sweet Sugarplum card base.
Cut the large Hot Air Balloon from Very Vanilla Cardstock. Using the shaped framelits in the Up and Away Framelits cut pieces in various colours of card. I used Blushing Bride, Soft Sky and stick your card pieces down. Adhere the Balloon to your card. Tie off some Sweet Sugarplum (from the Succulent Ribbon Combo) and some Very Vanilla Satin Ribbon and adhere on to the Balloon with a ‘Falling in Love’ Embellishment.
Stamp the sentiment on to Very Vanilla Card and cut that with one of the shapes. Sponge the edge with Sweet Sugarplum ink. Cut an oval from the Layering Oval Framelits from Sweet Sugarplum and layer them together. Raise them up with Dimensionals.
A really very easy card once you put your Hot Air Balloon together. Try it with different colour combinations perhaps?
Have a great day.
While I had everything out from making the card I showed you last post I thought I would put together another card. This one also uses the Carried Away Designer Series Paper and Lift Me Up Bundle. It also has a similar colour scheme of the Peekaboo Peach and Night of Navy.
This time I stamped some small clouds on to the white card and layered over the DSP. I added a piece of the Peekaboo Peach Ruched Ribbon before adhering it to the Peekaboo Peach card mat and then the Night of Navy Card base.
For the sentiment I inked just the “Happy Birthday” from the Lift Me Up Stamp set with the Night of Navy before stamping it and cutting it out with one of the Project Life Framelits. You might just be able to see some silver Thread looped up behind the sentiment too?? The large Hot Air Balloon was diecut from Night of Navy with the Up and Away Thinlits.
I hope your weekend is going awesome?? Be back again soon,