Last weekend I had my Catalogue Showcase. Lots of fun, creating and pouring over the new catalogue and new colours. I have been wanting to share the projects we made all week but I wanted to finish with the Delightfully Detailed projects first. SO, today I can share them.
We looked at the new catalogue and colours. I shared an overview in this post -> HERE.
To try the new colours everyone got to make a bookmark using the Waterfront set.
On the top they could use the Scallop Tag Topper Punch or the new Detailed Trio Punch. We used some of the new Black Cord to tie it off.
For the card we used the fantastic new Stitched Labels Framelits. I have mentioned these previously. These are a must have I think. We used the Love What You Do stamp set and some of the gorgeous Share What You Love Designer Series Paper. A little addition with the Share What You Love Artisan Pearls finished the card off. The sentiment for this is from Happy Birthday Gorgeous. I think everyone was in love by the end of the session. 🙂
I had mentioned the Stitched Labels Framelits back in this post -> HERE. I didn’t share this chart I had made at the time to show how each of the Framelits cut. You might like to see it.
These are the Framelits
Hope your weekend is going well. It is blowing a gale here so hopefully I won’t get blown away. 😉
Visit again soon,
During this month we focus so much on the retiring products and what is leaving the catalogue that we forget what products are staying but won’t be available as bundles. Did you know that you can save 10% by buying them as a Bundle now rather than decide in the new catalogue that you want them.
Let’s look at a couple of them.
My favourite bundle has to be the Colorful Seasons Bundle. I have used it a lot.
These Z-Fold cards are still a very popular post on my blog. I had matching gift bags to go with them.
You can see that post -> HERE.
This card was inspired by Patty Bennett that we made at my Catalogue Launch last year.
See the post -> HERE.
This card below I made just last week for my class last weekend. It was a very popular card in the lovely retiring Sweet Sugarplum colour. It was CASED from Leanne on Pinterest. You can see the original card -> HERE.
What about the fantastic bundle Daisy Delight. With a matching punch to the stamp set you can create some very quick cards with this Bundle.
Make it a fun Flap Fold. The original post is -> HERE.
Or a nice sunshine-y card like the one below.The original post is -> HERE.
There are a number of other retiring bundles you can see in the image right at the top of the post including the Coffee Cafe Bundle, Happy Birthday Gorgeous Bundle, Hold on to Hope Bundle and Label Me Pretty Bundle just to name a few.
Do you like these? Are they on your Wish List? Then maybe you should grab them now before June 1st to save 10%.
See them in store -> HERE You can shop there or contact me directly. If shopping online please use the Host Code: FRS6ZZ6G
Thanks for stopping by.
I was stumped this week for the Colour Inkspirations challenge. I love green and I use a lot of green but to use all these colours together was hard.
I tried a couple of different things and it just wasn’t working. This card was maybe the 4th stamped attempt. I went back to my 3rd attempt and ended up finishing up with this. Still not sure. It’s simple which is what I do but it’s just not enough I think. Anyway, I thought I would show you.
The lady from Beautiful You is stamped in each of the greens and then the centre filled with the pattern in the Sahara Sand. I used the Sahara Sand marker to fill in the hat.
The “dots” are from Timeless Textures. They were stamped in the Sahara Sand and then I stamped some with Versamark and embossed them in Gold. The sentiment and Banner is from Happy Birthday Gorgeous. I wrapped around some Gold Thread before adhering the card to a piece of the Bubbles and Fizz DSP. That worked well. The little flower is from the Sprinkles of Life set and punched with the Tree Builder Bunch. That was an afterthought this morning when I looked at the card again in the light.
So nothing fancy and I didn’t have a lot of time this weekend. But I am putting it out there to have a go right. 🙂
Thanks for looking today,
I had the pleasure of making 2 special 90th Birthday cards the last couple of weeks. I thought I would show you them.
This first one requested by a friend for a lovely old friend of hers.
I pulled out the Number of Years set and the Large Numbers Framelits for it. The card was inspired by one on Pinterest. The “90” needed something to lift it so I added a square cut with the Stitched Shapes Framelits in Copper Foil and added a few loops with the Copper Thread. The sentiment is from the Blooms and Wishes set.
This next card I sent to a special lady. I didn’t know her but I know what a milestone 90 is and I heard she was going to be having a very quiet birthday. I couldn’t let this special milestone slip by.
I added a piece of the Sweet Soiree Specialty DSP to a white card base. Cut a square with the Stitched Shapes Framelits in Vellum to sit the silver “90” on. It’s hard to adhere vellum so I added a couple of dabs with Snail Adhesive under where the numbers would sit. Then sentiment is from Happy Birthday Gorgeous.
Two special cards for 2 lovely ladies. I hope they had a lovely celebration in the end.
Have a wonderful week.
I forgot to show you some Thank You cards I have made recently for customers and team members. These are all little 10cmx10cm (4″x4″) cards. I like making these size cards.
This first one uses the Vertical Greetings set. I don’t use this set nearly as much as I should. It is so cute. I coloured the stamps with the markers to get the different colours. One heart version was in Sweet Sugarplum and the other heart version was in Flirty Flamingo. A little Linen Thread bow finished them off. These cards where made for my customers a couple of months ago. Yes it has taken this long to show you.
This next little cutie card using the Baby Bear stamp set was for some of my team members for an online team event we had last month. I wanted to send out a “Thanks” for them sharing in the Facebook group event.
Side Note: Hey! Have you considered joining Stampin’ Up!?? Not just for the discount (although that’s great!) but for all the team fun and the sharing and the creating and the …. Really, so many reasons why!
Let me know if you would like more information or stop by my page on this blog for “join my team”. See the link at the top of my blog.
This Thank You card was for a challenge on my Facebook page I held last month to share a card that my readers have made and I sent out a prize at random. The card was made up with some “bits” I had on my desk from another project. They come in handy sometimes. This one was using Happy Birthday Gorgeous set.
Mmm! I am noticing a pink theme here (sorry Lynda). Unintentional I assure you. 🙂
Have a great day and for all my US blog readers wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy the special celebrations. We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in Australia but I think it’s great to take some time and be Thankful for all that we have.
This card I am showing you today was actually the first card I made with the Daisy Delight Bundle. Usually my first couple of cards with a new set I turn to Pinterest and CASE a card. I liked the idea of this card. It is a Flap fold card. Just a little different to the standard card. I CASED it from Janet’s blog HERE. I will give you the measurements shortly. Janet has just the imperial measurements for her card but I will give you the Metric as well as the Imperial. First I guess you want to see the card.
Isn’t the Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper just gorgeous?? On the top flap I stamped the Daisy in Calypso Coral twice and punched them out. They were layered together and off-set slightly. The centre was stamped in Pool Party and punched with the 1/2″ circle punch. I stamped the leaves in Old Olive for the outline and the solid image. These were hand cut. The Daisy was then layered on a circle cut with the Layering Circle Framelits in Pool Party and then a larger one with the Stitched Shapes Framelits.
The sentiment is from the Happy Birthday Gorgeous set. I made a discovery when I cut the sentiment out using the Straight banner die from the Bunch of Banners Framelits. I cut the white card which I had stamped the sentiment on and it had left the centre where that was stamped but also a banner frame. So I cut another Banner in Calypso Coral to create a frame. Cool trick!
Here is the inside of the card. Just a simple “happy birthday” from the Happy Birthday Gorgeous set.
I think I have to make some more of these cards. Do you want to make one? Here is how.
FLAP FOLD CARD
Metric: Cut an A4 sheet of card lengthways in half. This will measure 29.7cm x 10.5cm. Score on the long side at 10.5cm and 14cm.
Imperial: Cut standard card lengthways to measure 11″ x 4.25″. Score at 2″ and 7.5″.
Your Designer Series Paper pieces for the front panels are cut just slightly smaller.
Thanks for visiting. Have a great weekend,
This past weekend I was at a Craft Show with my Stamping buddy Leonie. I love meeting people and sharing stamping with them. It is lots of fun to share in their excitement and joy when they discover new things.
I thought I would show you the make and take we did at our stand. We focused on the Daisy Delight Bundle. I am so glad that is available again.
This card was CASED from Julie Davison on Julie’s Stamping Spot. I couldn’t locate this exact card on her blog. I originally found it on Pinterest and it didn’t link back to the exact post.
The card is a very simple one but I think effective and uses the Daisy Delight Stamp set, the Daisy Punch and the Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper. You can find all of them on Page 127 of the Annual Catalogue. I changed the sentiment to Happy Birthday which is from the Happy Birthday Gorgeous set for the make and take.
This is the Bundle if you can’t get to see it in the Catalogue.
Now it’s back make sure you grab it in my store -> HERE now.
I have lots of cards using this bundle that I will share with you this week so be sure to check in.
See you tomorrow,
I have another card for you using the Happy Birthday Gorgeous set.
This card was CASED from Marcy Denning on a Facebook group I am on. I couldn’t find a blog for her sorry.
Berry Burst and Lemon Lime Twist are such a lovely combination aren’t they?
For this card; stamp some outline flowers in Berry Burst diagonally across the white card mat, then stamp the solid flower in Powder Pink. Add some Lemon Lime Twist leaves to some of the flowers. Adhere this to a Berry Burst card mat and then a Thick Whisper White Card base.
The sentiment from the Happy Birthday Gorgeous set is stamped and then cut with the Stitched Circle Framelits using Black Stazon. Then give a little wash over the sentiment with the Aquapainter and some Powder Pink ink.
Cut a Scallop Circle with a Layering Circles Framelits in Berry Burst and adhere this behind the Stamped circle. For my card I added some loops of Silver Thread to the back of the circle before adhering it to the card with Dimensionals.
I hope your weekend has been great?? I have been at a Craft Show all weekend and had lots of fun talking to people about stamping and making a card with some of them. Hope you have had some crafty time yourself.
It’s been a little crazy this week with so much stuff going on outside stamping. My daughter’s assessments, her birthday and then getting her licence today in addition to spending half the day chasing up a phone cable and then getting ready for the Craft Show this weekend. It has all been happening here. BUT it’s Thursday and time for a card to share with you. You don’t need to know all my personal dramas. 🙂
I made this card a couple of months ago with the lovely Happy Birthday Gorgeous set and of course Berry Burst. I thought you might like to see it. This was inspired by a card on Pinterest.
The Berry Burst card mat was embossed with the Sparkle Embossing folder and then adhered to the Berry Burst card base.
To create the wreath, trace around one of your Circle Framelits with a pencil on your card and use that as a guide to stamp your leaves. Being clear stamps it makes it so easy to see. I have used Pear Pizzazz on this one. Then I filled it in with some Berry Burst flowers and filled them in with the Powder Pink solid shape. I think I could add a few more individual flowers raised up on the wreath. I will try that later. Stamp your sentiment in the centre of your circle.
I added a strip of Silver Glimmer paper behind the white card at the top and added some banners at the bottom. One was from Silver Glimmer Paper and the other 2 are from the Color Theory Paper Stack. This is a great way of using those little scraps.
One must add a few Rhinestones to finish. 🙂
Thanks for visiting. I think next week will be a little quieter. I am keen to play with some new Christmas stamps. I haven’t even had a chance to do that. Stay tuned.
I know I have been sharing lots of Christmas cards recently but there is still so much gorgeous-ness in the Annual Catalogue. This card I made a few months ago and I realised I hadn’t shared it with you yet. I get lots of comments at my classes about this card.
This card uses the Happy Birthday Thinlits with the Color Theory Paper Stack. You really don’t need much more.
I cut the Happy Birthday out from Black card and also Whisper White. Then adhered them together and slightly off-set them so you see the white from behind. I think the white gives it a little extra POP!.
I adhered the piece from the Color Theory Paper stack to a black mat and then adhered it to the Dapper Denim card base. I stamped the balloon from the Happy Birthday Gorgeous set straight on to the DSP in Dapper Denim. That’s always nerve wracking! Stamp it before you assemble the card in case you make a little mistake. 🙂 Then stamp the balloon again on to scrap White card. The centre “dots” on the balloon were stamped in Soft Sky. The balloon was punched out with the Balloon Bouquet Punch and raised up with Dimensionals. I added a Rhinestone too. Couldn’t resist. 🙂
This would make a good masculine card I think. It is not too tizzy even with the bling.
Thanks for visiting. “See” you again soon,