It’s my lovely friend from Western Australia, Kelly Kent’s Birthday!! She is having a couple of blog hops to celebrate and I’m so excited to be a part of it!
I wanted to have a play with some new products, so here is part of the new Share What You Love Suite which is available to purchase right now! Yes that’s right, you don’t have to wait until 1 June to get your hands on new products. Just click on the image below to check it out on my online store.
I’ve also used one of the fabulous tutorials by Bronwyn Eastley, which you can purchase here. It’s the Tri-Fold Window Card which is such a wow card!
I used the Layered oval Framelits to cut out the centres of the card. And have you noticed the colour of the cardstock!! Yes, it’s Mint Macaron making a come back in the Colour Revamp!! I love this colour and am so glad to be able to play with it again. Now when I created my card, I didn’t have the mint macaron ink pad so I just used a versa mark ink pad to create a tone on tone look. Oh and check out the colour of my ink, it’s the new Grapefruit Grove!
And isn’t the Share What you Love Specialty DSP just beautiful! There are 4 sheets of each of pattern of the DSP and many of them have a pearly finish to them. So pretty!!
I also added half a pearlized doily and the new Rich Razzleberry velvet ribbon. Love velvet ribbons!
Next up is my friend, Julia. I can’t wait to see what she has created!
Happy Birthday, dear Kelly. I hope that the next year is as amazing as the last.
Happy birthday and stamping!
In case you get lost, here is a full list of the participants.
I’m so excited to be a part of the ESAD 2017 Holiday Catalogue blog hop! And to be sharing a couple of my favourite Holiday projects with you!
So you might be starting the hop with me, or have come from the talented Ellen Woodbridge. Just make sure you keep following the next button to see all the amazing inspiration from the Holiday Catalogue.
There are lots of fabulous stamp sets and products in this catalogue!! I decided to create my first project using the Good Tidings stamp set.
I started off with using the Ruffled Dynamic Textured Impressions embossing folder which I just received this week to add some texture to the background. I then stamped up a piece using the holly stamps from the set. I stamped off once using garden green for the solid image and then didn’t for the second image.
I then stamped the sentiment from the set in Cherry Cobbler and cut it out using the circle framelits. I also did a silver foil circle and a scalloped circle in Cherry Cobbler. And wait for it, I USED washi tape!! I used the new Year of Cheer Specialty washi tape (which is so lovely!!) and a piece from the Basics Pack 2 washi tape. I will get through my washi 2″ at a time!!
For my second card, I wanted to do something other than Christmas. The Painted Harvest stamp set is beautiful!! When I first saw it, I wasn’t convinced, but seeing many demonstrator samples over the past month has made me change my mind and fall in love with it.
I love that you can do so many different colour combinations for the flowers, however today, I’ve gone fairly traditional. I started with the centre of the flower using Early Espresso. I then used Daffodil Delight for the solid image and then used Pumpkin Pie for the next image and then did my favourite thing, fussy cutting. NOT!
I stamped the leaves on the cardstock in Old Olive and the sentiment in Early Espresso.
This is a quick and easy card to re-create.
I hope you have enjoyed my cards tonight. Next up is the amazing Mandy.
Make sure you leave me a comment and let me know what you think of my projects! A list of the participants is below in case you get lost on the hop.
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Blog Hop Participant List
1. Lou Kitzelman
2. Megan Lenske
3. Amity Knight
4. Courtenay Heuston
5. Kelly Kent
6. Josie Dean
7. Cheryl Algie
8. Maree McIntosh
9. Kristel Rimmer
10. Chloe Evans
11. Sharon Dalton
12. Carly Middleton
13. Nicole Wilson
14. Peta Stephen
15. Angela Meiritz-Reid
16. Rachael Lewsley
17. Kim Oliver
18. Monique Fielder
19. Sandra Mastello
20. Cathy Pinchbeck
21. Rose Packer
22. Barbara Williams
23. Jessie Holton
24. Rosalie Desmond
25. Liv Ingle
26. Ellen Woodbridge
27. Rebecca Scurr – This is me!!
28. Mandy Depiazzi
29. Samantha White
30. Libby Dyson
31. Lisa Gibson
32. Delys Cram
I’m so excited to be a part of the ESAD blog hop and sharing my favourites from the 2017-2018 Annual Catalogue with you.
I am loving all things flowers in the new catty and two of my favourite sets are the Floral Statements stamp set and the Climbing Orchid stamp set.
For my first card, I silver embossed the Thanks stamp of the Floral Statements stamp set. I have to tell you, this looks so pretty all on it’s own! I then coloured it with the watercolour pencils. I used Melon Mambo and Rich Razzleberry for the flowers and Old Olive for the greenery. A little bit of blending with a blender pen, and voila!! it’s all done! I then layered it up with Silver foil, Rich Razzleberry and an Old Olive base. I just love the Old Olive Mini Chevron Ribbon, don’t you?
I just received my order of the new embossing paste and had to play with it straight away! I used a small bit of paste and mixed it with Cherry cobbler and Cajun Craze re-inkers to make a brick wall using the decorative masks. This stuff is so fun!! And very addictive!!!
To create my orchids to climb up the wall, my clever friend, Bronwyn Eastley has created a number of orchid images to inspire us. Click here to see her images. I decided to use this one for my next card.
To create the stems, I used the stem from the Seasonal Layers thinlits, cut out two and stuck them together with my fine tip glue pen. Whilst that was drying, I created the flowers using Rich Razzleberry and Daffodil Delight. I also added some Stella to the DD flowers for a bit of bling.
I then created the sentiment using the Birthday Banners stamp set and the Bunch of Banners framelits.
I’m pretty happy with these two cards!! Please leave me a comment and let me know if you do too!
Next up is the talented Sharon Dalton.
If you get lost on the hop, here is a list of everyone.
1. Josie Dean
2. Nicole Wilson
3. Carolina Evans
4. Kim Oliver
5. Sandra Mastello
6. Lou Kitzelman
7. Kelly Kent
8. Cheryl Algie
9. Rebecca Scurr
10. Sharon Dalton
11. Leonie Schroder
12. Monique Fielder
13. Courtenay Heuston
14. Terri Hawke
15. Barbara Williams
16. Kristel Rimmer
17. Maree McIntosh
18. Kathryn Ruddick
19. Rosalie Desmond
20. Linda Whalley
21. Amity Knight
22. Peta Stephen
23. Megan Lenske
24. Richelle Fletcher
25. Carly Middleton
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I am really enjoying caseing the 2015 Holiday catalogue this year. There are so many lovely projects to choose from!!
This week at Caseing the Catty we are up to the Into the Woods section. I don’t have many of the sets in this section but one of my favourite sets of the whole catalogue is Lighthearted Leaves. I have seen so many lovely cards done using this set. So, of course, it was the stamp set of choice this week.
I am caseing the sponged card on page 44 of the catty.
This was such an easy card to make. I made a template of the leaf and then sponged with the lighter colour. This is a polymer set which made it so easy to stamp the second image over the top.
I’ve gone with a different colour theme for the two cards I made. One combo of Soft Sky and Marina Mist and the other Perfect Plum and Blackberry Bliss. I added a touch of bling by using some silver thread. I don’t seem to have the knack of artistically arranging twine or thread, but you get the idea!!
I used the washi tape punch and the thanks sentiment from the Cottage Greetings stamp set.
For the second card, I used the Lots of Labels framelits and trimmed it down and the happy birthday stamp from the Cottage Greetings set.
I’m very happy with the end result!! I might have to do this with some more sets!!
To continue on the hop, head on to Kathryn’s blog.
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We are back with another blog hop with my amazing team, the Pennsationals!! You may have come from the lovely Emma at Vintage Graffiti or be starting the hop here with me.
This time, we are doing a colour challenge and I have to say, it was a bit of a challenge for me!! I was quite stumped for a while.
But then I found my mojo and got going!! I used the Friendly Wishes stamp set and coloured it with the Pacific Point and Blackberry Bliss markers. I then used a combination of circle punches and framelits to create the layers around the sentiment.
I used the Go Wild DSP stack (have you seen this, it’s great if you love animal prints!!) to add a some detail in the background. I added a silver layer to the background and used the silver satin ribbon for the final touch.
I hope you like my card for the hop today. Please leave me a comment and let me know!!
Next on the hop is my lovely upline, Tracy.
I just love my team and the support that we give each other. We have a facebook group to keep in touch as we are spread out over a few states, which makes it easier to feel a part of the team. We love to share our latest projects with each other, and asking questions when we need help, either with a technique or when it comes to our Stampin’ Up! business. One of the things I love the most is when we can get together at Stampin’ Up! events which is actually happening in less than 5 weeks time at the very first Onstage Local event in Melbourne. I can’t wait to catch up with the girls in person!! If you would love to be a part of the team, all you need to do is join up with me!! Just go here, and select your starter kit today! If you want to come to Onstage Local, you need to be a demonstrator, so what are you waiting for! LOL
We have just a short hop today. If you get lost on the hop, here is the list of participants.
Rebecca Scurr – it’s me!!
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Have you fallen in love with all the gorgeous products in the 2015 Holiday Catalogue yet? You will after doing this blog hop!! I’m excited to be a part of the ESAD 2015 Holiday Blog!! You may have come from the fabulous Jo Weedon’s blog or be starting the hop here with me.
So onto my projects!! I have to admit I was a little stumped on what to make as there are so many lovely products in this catalogue. I simply couldn’t decide which stamp set to use. I decided to try a sketch challenge and found one at Sweet Sunday Sketch that I liked.
You know how sometimes it’s really hard to cut up Designer Series Paper? Well, I’ve been having a bit of trouble cutting into the Home for Christmas DSP! So I’ve bitten the bullet and done it! Using the colour’s of the DSP, I layered up my card in Real Red, Pool Party and Delightful Dijon.
I used the Cozy Christmas stamp set and inked up the stamp using markers. Doesn’t it look fab!!
I also had to create a matching envelope using the Real Red envelope paper. Did you know that you can get 20 sheets for only $10.50. That’s a lot of cute envelopes!!
I just love the Snowflake as well especially with an Iced Rhinestone on it!!
I also liked the slightly larger Season stamp in the set so I made the same card using a different piece of the Home for Christmas DSP. Oh, and isn’t the Stripes Satin ribbon to die for? I wasn’t a fan to start with but it is very luxurious looking. I can see I’m going to use it a lot.
I hope you have enjoyed my cards for the hop today. I’d love for you to leave me a comment below.
To continue on the Hop, visit Andrea Buckland’s blog.
Blog Hop Participants
1. Libby Dyson
2. Paula Reid
3. Keryn Campbell
4. Carly Middleton
5. Rachael Lewsley
6. Narelle Fasulo
7. Emily Campbell
8. Emma Palonek
9. Jo Weedon
10. Rebecca Scurr <= This is me!!
11. Andrea Buckland
12. Rochelle Blok
13. Kathryn Ruddick
14. Monique Fielder
15. Bernie Collins
16. Liv Ingle
17. Sally Williams
18. Ria Kaire
19. Delys Cram
20. Jessica Williams
21. Lou Kitzelman
22. Barbara Williams
23. Kelly Kent
24. Jenny Hayward
Happy Stamping and Hopping!!
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Welcome to the Eureka Stampers Retirement Blog Hop! You may be starting here with me, or have hopped around from the fabulous Mel.
One of my favourite tools to use (aside from the Big Shot) is the Colour Coach which is sadly retiring. I hope they bring out something similar. I find it really handy when I am looking for a new colour combo. For our hop today, I got out my trusty colour coach and had a look at the suggestions for Bermuda Bay (fav colour at the mo!!). I decided to go with Bermuda Bay, Tangerine Tango and Smoky Slate. The next step was to decide what stamp set to use. Fortunately, I have 47 stamp sets that are retiring so I had a few to choose from!! I decided I would feature stamps and their matching punches for my projects today.
For my first card, I used the Mosaic Madness stamp and the matching mosaic punch. I love this bundle and will be sad to see them go. I used Smoky Slate cardstock for my base and then the Brights DSP stack for the Bermuda Bay patterned paper. I carefully laid out the punched shapes and stuck them down with fast fuse. I added a piece of the silver satin ribbon (it looks very close to smoky slate) and used the Apothecary Accents framelits (which are retiring) and the Lots of Thanks stamp set.
Here’s a closer look.
For my second card, I was inspired by a card I found on Pinterest by Card Creations by Beth.
I stuck with the same colour combo as before but used a different stamp/punch bundle – Label Love stamp set and Artisan label punch. I also used the Alphabet Press embossing folder (retiring) which is great for baby cards.
I hope you have enjoyed my cards today. Please leave me a comment!!
If you would like to order any of the products I’ve used today, just click on the image below to go to my online store.
The next stop on the hop is my lovely, crazy friend, Emma at Vintage Graffiti.
The full list of hoppers are:
1. Rebecca Scurr – you are here!!
2. Emma Palonek
3. Jessica Williams
4. Simone Bartrum
5. Carly Middleton
6. Mel Pagano