Hello readers and happy Tuesday! If you are just joining me for the first time, welcome! I am currently on Day 2 of my new catalog SNEAK PEEK week. If you missed yesterday's post about the 2018-2020 In-Colors please click HERE. I promise a rainbow of fun that's only one click away!
Today's post will focus on a new floral stamp set called Love What You Do and beautiful coordinating Designer Series Paper (DSP) called
Share What You Love. This year Stampin' UP! celebrates 30 years in business, and, in honor of this milestone anniversary both of these product names
were inspired by the company motto:
Okay, I'm not gonna lie, am I head-over-heels madly in love with this stamp set? No, not really. It's just another floral stamp set, right? But. . . I think you'll agree with me that the font and sentiments make it worthy of consideration. And, if that doesn't sell you, check out that gorgeous DSP! Stampin' UP! never lets me down with it's stunning array of quality papers.
The base of this A2 sized card is made from Rich Razzleberry cardstock. I cut a 5" x 3 3/4" patterned sheet of Share What You Love DSP and mounted it onto a sheet of Crumb Cake cardstock. Before I adhered it to the card base I wrapped a piece of Rich Razzleberry ribbon around the card. Using Rich Razzleberry ink, I stamped the sentiment on Whisper White cardstock and die cut the circle with a framelit. I cut off the bottom portion of the circle to make it a semi-circle and adhered it to the center of the card. Using the Detailed Dragonfly framelits, I die cut the dragonfly from Rich Razzleberry cardstock. I also die cut a solid dragonfly from vellum cardstock and adhered it to the underside of the Rich Razzleberry dragonfly for more depth. I adhered the dragonfly to the card using mini Stampin' Dimensionals. Lastly I added a coat of clear Wink of Stella and three rhinestones to the dragonfly for added sparkle.
Here is the second card I made using the same Love What You Do stamp set and Share What You Love DSP:
I hope you have enjoyed today's SNEAK PEEK at the Love What You Do stamp set and Share What You Love DSP!
Stampin’ Up! couldn’t let it's demonstrators be the only ones to be able to get a few things from the new catalog early. . .
They’ve created some product bundles from the Share What You Love product suite that they’ll be offering a full month early on May 1 for you to order!
Click HERE to learn more.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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*All products are Stampin' UP! unless otherwise indicated.
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Hello friends and happy Friday! I hope you have fun things planned for the weekend ahead! Tomorrow I am getting together with five other fellow demonstrator's for our monthly shoebox swap. The last time we all got together was at OnStage Local earlier this month in Hartford, so I'm guessing we'll still be talking lots about that, and maybe even using some of our new catalog products! As for the rest of the weekend I am hoping to get down in my craft room and create lots of samples using those new products for next week's Sneak Peek Week on Super Stamp Girl!
Be sure to check back in on Monday to see lots of new things throughout the week!
Today's card was inspired by the "Favorite Florals" challenge with Stampin' UP! Only, however I didn't read the instructions quite thoroughly enough because I was supposed to use my favorite floral stamp set and not just my favorite floral anything. Oops! But, because I think this card turned out really pretty I wanted to share it anyway! Currently, the Sweet Soiree Designer Series Paper is one of my favorite patterns and it made for a beautiful background on this card. This DSP will be retiring at the end of May, along with many other products, so be sure to shop the last chance products before things sell out!
The base of this A2 sized card is made from Whisper White cardstock. I cut a 5 1/4" x 4" sheet of Sweet Soiree DSP and mounted it onto a sheet of Old Olive cardstock. Before adhering it to the card base, I wrapped a piece of Berry Burst ribbon around the DSP. I die cut a small circle from another print of the Sweet Soiree DSP and placed it just above the ribbon. Using Berry Burst cardstock, I die cut the dragonfly and adhered it to the die-cut circle using Stampin' Dimensionals. I added three clear rhinestone basic jewels to the dragonfly and a coat of Clear Wink of Stella for added sparkle. Lastly, I die cut the "amazing" sentiment out of silver foil paper and adhered it to the ribbon using Fine Tip Glue.
Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend!
List of supplies:
*All products are Stampin' UP! unless otherwise indicated.
Who are the "Blogging Friends?"
Almost three years ago, I organized a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators located all across the U.S. and Canada who had never met before. Well, actually, we still haven’t met yet (in person). . . But, through our common bond of Stampin’ Up! and a shared love of paper-crafting we have created a fun blog hop.
Please join us on the 1st of every month to see what wonderful things we have created for you!
In case you’ve never ‘done’ a blog hop before, it’s really easy. At the bottom of this post, you’ll see a "next" image and when you click on it, you’ll be taken directly to the next participant in the hop. Keep clicking on that image at the bottom of each blog post, and you’ll hop through all of the participating blogs, back to where you started – and you’ll see all of the amazing projects created for your inspiration.
I promise, you won't want to miss a stop! We try and wow you each month with our creativity!
The theme of our blog hop this month is to CASE a fellow blog hop member's work. CASE is a widely used term in the paper crafting industry and has a few definitions associated with it, such as Copy And Share Everything or Copy And Selectively Edit. Essentially it is imitation being the sincerest form of flattery, on paper! You might be inspired by the colors, the layout, or the theme of a card or project you have seen in a magazine, on Pinterest or while attending a class, but then you change things up to make it your own.
For today's blog hop I was inspired by the card seen below created by fellow blog hop member Rick Adkins. I was inspired by the bright yellow colors and the big, bold flowers he used in creating his beautiful card. It made me think of spring and I'm SO ready for it!
I substituted hot air balloons and dragonflies in lieu of the flowers Rick used in his original design, but you'll see I kept the same monochromatic yellow color scheme and a similar layout. Thanks for inspiring me, Rick!
Thanks for visiting, I hope you have enjoyed my projects today!
You don't want to miss out on the rest of the Blogging Friends Blog Hopping adventure, so, click below to advance to directly to Libby's website. She is super talented and I know you'll be impressed with her creativity! Or, click below on any of the names to see what they have created for you!
Hello crafty people and TGIF!! Today is my last day in Maine at the Appalachian Trail Conference and I can't wait to go home! In honor of it being Friday, and my excitement to sleep in my own bed and cuddle with a trio of furbabies (oh yes and you too, Mr. Super Stamp Girl!) I'm sharing this fun rainbow of dragonflies card.
Enjoy your weekend!
The base of this A2 sized card is made from Crumb Cake cardstock. I created the first matted layer from Crumb Cake cardstock using a Stitched Scallop Rectangle Die. I ran a sheet of Whisper White cardstock through a Stitched Rectangle die. I stamped a portion of the sentiment in Tuxedo Memento Black ink and the "rainbow" words were markered in with all the colors of the rainbow before being stamped.
I ran Real Red cardstock, Pumpkin Pie cardstock, Daffodil Delight cardstock,Garden Green cardstock, Pacific Point cardstock and Perfect Plum cardstock through the Detailed Dragonfly and cut them apart with my Paper Snips. I then reattached the dragonflies together in rainbow order and adhered them to the Whisper White cardstock using fine tip glue. Lastly, I added a couple Rhinestone Basic Jewels randomly over the card for added sparkle.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative weekend!
"Stamp like a dragonfly, sting like a bee." It's almost the same as Muhammad Ali's motto, but much craftier.
This is a Two-Step Stampin’ set. Combine individual stamps to create the final image you want in the colors you want.
Item # 139424
We made classic butterflies even better by putting them in a Two-Step Stampin’ set. Two-step sets have a base image and overlay images that you can combine over the base image. Use the colors and images you want to create the butterflies you want.
Bold Butterfly Framelits Dies
Create butterflies in record time with these dies and the Big Shot. The large butterfly has an open design that allows you to place it where you want for precise cutting. The smaller butterfly is delicately detailed and includes ejection holes so you can remove the paper easily.
2018 2020 In Colors
2018-2020 In Colors
2018 Holiday Catalog
4th Of July
Affectionately Yours DSP
All The Good Things
A Muse Studio
Apron Of Love
At Home With You
Black Magic Technique
Blogging Friends Blog Hop
Color Your Season
Concord & 9th
Creative Vision Stamps
Distress Oxide Inks
Falling For Leaves
Fun Stamper's Journey
Get Well Soon
Gina Marie Designs
Graceful Glass Suite
Hearts Come Home
Helping Me Grow
Honey Bee Stamps
It's My Party DSP
Jar Of Love
Just Buzzing By
Large Letter Framelit Dies
Large Number Framelit Dies
Life's Memories & More
Lift Me Up
Local King Rubber Stamp
Love What You Do
Magic Slider Card
Making Christmas Bright
Merry Music DSP
My Favorite Things
Nature's Poem DSP
Neat & Tangled
One Wild Ride
Our Daily Bread Designs
Petal Garden DSP
Pink & Main
Pop Of Petals
Pop On By
Rooted In Nature
Sale A Bration 2018
Sea Of Textures
Share What You Love
Simon Says Stamp
Something For Baby
Stamp Scrap Art Tour
Star Of Light
St. Patrick's Day
Sunny Studio Stamps
Sweet Soiree DSP
The Great Stamp Out
The Inspiration Station
The Ton Stamps
Thinking Of You
Touches Of Texture
True Gentleman DSP