Following on from yesterday’s card I have another card to share which doesn’t use an stamping. Today its a Christmas card using the Merry Christmas Thinlits and some of the All is Bright Designer Paper.
To add some extra detail to the “Merry Christmas” greeting and the All is Bright background layer I made a layer from vellum. I used the Detailed Bauble Thinlits, first using the detailed doily image and embossing it with the Big Shot Embossing Mats and then cutting out the doily with the edging die.
A simple card with a big impact which is fairly easy to mass produce if you don’t mind a bit of die cutting!
October 1st is the first day in the Stampin’ Up! year and they’ve kicked the year off with a sale to coincide with World Card Making Day on October 5th which will run from today until October 7th, so now is a great time to stock up on some of those card-making essentials. Here’s links to the products in the sale:
If you’re a fan of the Stamparatus then Stampin’ Up! are releasing three new accessories to go along with this products as well as an accessory bundle pack:
Being the start of a new year its also the start of a new quarter in the Stampin’ Up! calendar which means its the perfect time to sign up as a demonstrator as you’ll have even longer to meet your first quarter minimums. Plus there are some gorgeous new products coming in November which demonstrators can order now as part of their starter kit. If you’d like to join up simply follow this link here I’d love to have you in my team.
For today’s project I have my August customer thank you cards which you should have all received (hopefully as I gave them to hubby to post, fingers crossed). They are very simple cards which did take a little time to make as there is lot of colouring involved in each card.
I stamped the large maple leaf from Falling for Leaves in Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto Very Vanilla cardstock and then coloured with Stampin’ Blends. The edges used Black Bliss with the centres in Mint Macaron and the remaining details were coloured with Light Pumpkin Pie which looks similar to Grapefruit Grove which is the colour I wanted to use.
After mounting on some Blackberry Bliss card the main card is finished. I stamped the lovely sentiment from the same set onto the second largest set of dies from the Layering Circles Framelits in Blackberry Bliss. Simple cards that were a joy to create.
Today its my favourite day in the Stampin’ Up! calendar, the launch of the Autumn/ Winter Catalogue which is 56 pages of Christmassy goodness. I love Christmas crafting and I love, love, LOVE the new catalogue. I honestly want every single thing in it!! If you’re like me and love your Christmas crafting then click below to go directly to the catalogue PDF.
If you’re in the UK, France, Germany, Austria or The Netherlands and would like a paper copy then email me at email@example.com with your contact details.
If you’ve got bonus days coupons to spend from last month then why don’t you treat yourself to something in this gorgeous catalogue.
Just a quick post today to share this card with you. It’s show casing the Share What You Love paper which I haven’t pulled out in quite a while. I love how well this floral mixes with the copper, the paper has iridescent shimmer on it and is beautiful.
A couple of die cuts and a stamped greeting from the Stitched All around bundle and the card is finished. Sometimes all you need is some gorgeous paper and a greeting to make a great card.
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’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.
Thank you for stopping by.