Today I’m sharing two cards I’ve made using the Best Bunny Bundle. This wasn’t a set which was top of my list but I earnt it free with my credits from Sal-A-Bration and now I’ve used it I love it, that bunny is just so cute!
I chose to combine it with the Twinkle Twinkle DSP which has some lovely subtle patterns which I can see being very versatile. For these cards I chose the star print as wanted to make some birthday cards for younger children. I chose colour combinations of Petal Pink with Soft Seafoam and Night of Navy with Pool Party.
The bunny is sitting on one of the line stamps from Swirly Frames as I didn’t notice the little grass stamp in the Best Bunny set until I was gluing the bunny onto the card. Some of the Twinkle Adhesive Backed Sequins add a little shimmer to the card and match perfectly as the change colour as different light catches them.
So if you’re not sure about this set give it a go, it makes lovely cards and making us the little bunnies is so much fun.
Card Base: 14.5cm x 21cm, scored at 10.5cm ( 5 6/8″ x 8 3/8, scored at 4 3/16″ )
Petal Pink/Night of Navy Matt: 14cm x 10cm ( 5 1/2 ” x 3 15/16″)
DSP: 13.5cm x 9.5cm ( 5 5/16 x 3 6/8″ )
Small Peal Pink/Night of Navy Layer: 10cm x 7cm (3 15/16″ x 2 3/4″)
Whisper White Layer: 9.5cm x 6.5cm ( 3 3/4″ x 2 1/2″ )
July 1st sees the start of a month long DSP sale and if your a paper addict like me then this is a sale you will love, buy three selected packs of DSP and get your fourth pack for free!
Here are the links to the papers included in the sale
For one month only Stampin’ Up! are giving everyone who joins as a demonstrator a free family of inkpads worth £63.00 ( €81) in addition to the usual fabulous deal of £130.00 worth of products for just £99 ( €129 for €175 worth in Europe) and free shipping. That’s a total saving of £98.95, what’s not to love about that!
So which bundle would you pick? For me its a tie between the Subtles and the Brights as I’m loving that we have Poppy Parade and Mint Macaron back.
If you would like to take advantage of this amazing offer then I would love to have you join my team. If you have any questions then feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or if you want to sign up then click this link here.
Today I’ve gone for all the B’ and used Balmy Blue and the Bubble Over stamp set to make a boy themed birthday card and I love how its turned out.
I love how the bubble paper from the Tranquil Textures DSP highlights the tone on tone bubbles stamped on my card base.
I’m loving the addition of Balmy Blue to our line up, its a shade of blue I think we’ve been lacking since Bashful Blue and Ballet Blue retired years ago and I think Balmy Blue is the perfect mix of both of these colours. It also looks stunning with Night of Navy which makes me happy as this is a colour I find tricky to use.
Hope you have enjoyed this look project mixing old and new products.
One of the standout suite’s from this years catalogue for me is the Nature’s Poem Suite, which if you love the Lovely As A Tree stamp set you will adore as its the perfect collection of products to compliment that set. One of my favourite stamps in the Rooted in Nature stamp set is the tree stump slice which has some great detail on it.
For this card the tree stump came from a second generation stamping in Soft Suede, I love how this really brings out all the details in the tree stump. I embossed the greeting “You Are Wonderful” in copper which I think works perfectly with all the tones in the gorgeous Nature’s Poem DSP.
To add to the rustic feel I added some loops of Linen thread and some Copper Trim to highlight the embossing. I have the dies on order so look forward to more projects from this beautiful suite soon.
For today’s project pulled out the new background stamp Handwritten. I love this background stamp as it has such a mix of words in a variety a languages so can be used for any occasion and its in the most lovely curvy font.
I created the back with a wash of Melon Mambo, Flirty Flamingo, Grapefruit grove and Mango Melody across damp watercolour paper. After leaving to dry and stamped the background stamp across the front, using the Stamparatus for this meant I could re-stamp numerous times with black to create a deeper image.
To finish the card I added the Thank You greeting from Stitched All Around and mounted it on the coordinating die from Stitched Labels Framelits Dies. I also added some of the new black 1/8″ cord which I can see myself using a lot.
Today I’m part of a blog hop with my fellow Pootles teammates to celebrate the launch of the new 2018-2019 Annual Stampin’ Up! catalogue and boy is it fabulous this year. We’re each showcasing some of our favourite products from the new catalogue, so once you’ve finished here I hope you’ll click on the little blue In-Links box at the end of this post and follow along with the hop.
As you can see I made two cards using one sheet the new In Colour Designer Series Paper Stacks. These paper stacks come in all the colour families meaning we have designer paper in every Stampin’ Up! colour, this makes me incredibly happy as I’m a paper addict and NEEDED, yes needed designer paper in every colour like we did a couple of years ago. So thank you Stampin’ Up! for bringing them back. I have the whole collection of these on their way to me and I’m so excited!
I love how versatile the Varied Vases stamp set is, you mix and match the vases and flowers and even chose to just use one of the floral images like I have here. Adding a few of the new Faceted Dots just finishes this card off.
The Varied Vases stamp as has a matching punch, which I haven’t used on these projects but is something I’m looking forward to playing with soon as it will add even more versatility to this fantastic stamp set.
Hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project, if you like some more then please click on the blue box below which will take you to a list of all my fabulous teammates who you visit, who are also participating in this hop.
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