Month: April 2017

Seaside Shore Table gifts for my Stamp-a-Stack

Another sneak peek today but this time I am sharing the treat boxes I have made for my Stamp-a-Stack event on the 6th May at Manor Farm, Bourn. I decided on a summer/seaside theme for the projects that the ladies will be making and wanted a little sweet treat to help them get into the mood.

I cut a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock into a 5½” by 7¾”. Using the Simply Scored Scoring Tool I scored on the long side at ½”, 1”, 6¾” & 7¼”. I then rotated the cardstock 90⁰ and scored at ½”, 2½”, 3” & 5” on the short side. I  folded and burnished all the score lines using my Bone Folder before cutting and forming the tabs and box closures at either end using scissors – see picture.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Seaside Shore by Stampin’ Up!

Before putting the box together I stamped an aquarium scene working from the bottom up to the top. I used Dapper Denim, Calypso Coral, Blushing Bride, Soft Sky and Mint Macaron inks to do this. I like to do my stamping after the box is scored and ready for assembling as I can see exactly where to put all the images to create my scene. After the stamping was complete I added Fast Fuse Adhesive to the side tabs and closed the box. The base and top openings then just tuck in.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Seaside Shore by Stampin’ Up!

I added some Dapper Denim Ruched Ribbon to the top of the box along with a sentiment from the Designer Tee stamp set which was die cut using the Big Shot and a tag from the Curvy Keepsake Thinlit Dies and tied on using Night of Navy Baker’s Twine. Inside is a gorgeous Guylian Seashell bar of chocolate……..yum……

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Seaside Shore & Designer Tee (retired)
Cardstock
Very Vanilla
Ink Pads
Dapper Denim, Calypso Coral, Blushing Bride, Soft Sky & Mint Macaron
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Big Shot, multipurpose platform and cutting plates, Bone folder and Scissors
Dies
Curvy Keepsake dies
Acrylic Block
A, A, B, B, C, D & D
Adhesives
Fast Fuse
Accessories
Dapper Denim Ruched Ribbon

Sneak Peek – Fabulous Flamingo

Whilst I was at Onstage Live in Amsterdam earlier this month I won a new stamp set called Fabulous Flamingo in a prize patrol. I have to admit, my first thought was ‘what on earth am I going to do with this’. I think my team mates were having very similar thoughts as well………..So today I got the Fabulous Flamingo stamp set out and started to play.

When I have a new stamp set I usually ink up all of the images and stamp them onto scrap paper or the fantastic Stampin’ Up! Grid Paper. This lets me see what the images look like and how they fit together, especially if the image is made of multiple layers. It took me a while to work out how the flamingo builds up and the various options available. Then I was ready to make a card.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Fabulous Flamingo by Stampin’ Up!

The first card was pretty straightforward. I stamped the ‘feathery outline’ image from the stamp set using Soft Suede ink onto a panel of Very Vanilla cardstock. I then inked up the ‘solid body’ image with Crushed Curry Ink, stamped it once on my Grid Paper and then onto the ‘feathery image’ give a paler golden shade.  Next I covered the legs of the ‘full flamingo’ image with a post it note, inked up the main body part with the Crushed Curry ink, I didn’t want yellow legs! I removed the post it note and stamped the image, full strength over the top of the images I have previously stamped. I then stamped the separate ‘leg’ image in Soft Suede ink. The flamingo was now complete and looked great.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Fabulous Flamingo by Stampin’ Up!

I added the water using Marina Mist ink, reeds using Garden Green ink and the leafy bough using Crumb Cake ink. I layered the stamped panel onto a strip of Delightful Dijon cardstock using Tombow Liquid Adhesive I took a Crumb Cake card base and stamped the ‘leaf’ image down the right hand side using Crumb Cake ink before adding the Flamingo panel using Stampin’ Dimensionals! It looked a little plain so, I added Clear Wink of Stella to the body of the Flamingo after all, everything looks better with a bit of bling.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Fabulous Flamingo stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

Check back to see what else I make with this set, I have some great ideas.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Fabulous Flamingo
Cardstock
Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla & Delightful Dijon
Ink Pads
Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Crushed Curry, Marina Mist & Garden Green
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Project Life Corner Rounder, Bone folder and Scissors
Acrylic Blocks
B, C, D, D, H & H
Adhesives
Tombow Liquid Adhesive and Stampin’ Dimensionals
Accessories
Grid Paper, Clear Wink of Stella & Very Vanilla Envelope

Happy Birthday Balloon Adventure

I have been using the Balloon Adventures stamp set today as I needed to make a quick birthday card. I stamped a variety of balloons using the solid, spotty and striped balloons from the stamp set onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock and punched them out using the Balloon Bouquet Punch. I had more balloons than I needed and I put the spares into small Ziploc bags and store these inside the stamp set box to use on other projects.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Balloon Adventure by Stampin’ Up!

I took a layer of Whisper White cardstock and stamped a number of balloons randomly using the same colours as I used for the punched balloons, Tempting Turquoise, Real Red and Crushed Curry, in the top half of the panel and added strings using Archival Basic Black Ink. Using Tombow Liquid Adhesive I added a strip of retired Cherry on Top dsp, you could use any dsp that co-ordinates with your colour palette. I then added a thin piece of Tempting Turquoise cardstock to cover the ends of the balloon strings. I added 3 of the punched balloons onto the topper using Stampin’ Dimensionals to give some height to the card.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Birthday card using Balloon Adventures stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

The sentiment from the same stamp set was stamped onto Whisper White cardstock using Archival Basic Black ink and punched out using the Classic Label Punch. It was added to the topper using Stampin’ Dimensionals. The whole topper was then added to a Tempting Turquoise card base.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Balloon Adventure stamp set
Punches
Balloon Bouquet & Classic label
Cardstock
Whisper White & Tempting Turquoise
DSP
Cherry on Top (retired)
Ink Pads
Archival Basic Black, Tempting Turquoise, Crushed Curry & Real Red
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Bone folder and Scissors
Acrylic Blocks
C & H
Adhesives
Tombow Liquid Adhesive and Stampin’ Dimensionals
Accessories
Whisper White Envelopes

Home Sweet Home Thinlit Dies make gorgeous beach huts

I have been starting to think about the display items for my upcoming Stamp-a-Stack on the 6th May. The theme of the day is ‘Summer’ and what is more summery than going to the seaside. In the UK some of the seaside resorts have a row of really cute Beach Huts, no bigger than a large garden shed,  where you can change into you swimming costumes, eat your picnic, store all your beachy items and get a little shade or shelter from the rain! The huts are usually right next to the beach and are often painted in lovely colours.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Home Sweet Home Thinlit Dies and Sweet Home Stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

I set to work to create 3 of these huts using the Home Sweet Home Thinlit Dies and the co-ordinating Sweet Home stamp set.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Home Sweet Home Thinlit Dies and Sweet Home Stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

For the 1st one I die cut 2 of the large hut builder pieces using So Saffron cardstock. I die cut the opening door from the front panel then stamped the door image from the Sweet Home stamp set in Garden Green ink onto Whisper White cardstock and cut it out using the die. I adhered the door panel onto the opening door part and added a tiny retired metal brad as a door handle. The door frame was cut from Crumb Cake cardstock and added using Tombow Liquid Adhesive. I die cut a window on each side of the hut and at the back and added a Crumb Cake die cut window frame on top. I then folded and burnished all the score lines and add Tear and Tape adhesive on all the tabs to put the hut together. I added a die cut Whisper White banner to the front of the hut as a finishing touch. I die cut the roof shingles from Crumb Cake cardstock, 6 for each side and glued then on starting at the bottom of the roof slope and working my way to the top, overlapping and offsetting each layer. To finish it off I added a small strip of Crumb Cake cardstock, scored down the middle to cover the top of the roof.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Home Sweet Home Thinlit Dies and Sweet Home Stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

The 2nd hut was made from Pool Party cardstock which was stamped repeatedly with the 3 line image from the Sweet Home stamp set in Pool Party ink giving a wood panelled effect. The door was also stamped in Pool Party ink and a Pool Party Enamel shape was added as a door handle. The door frame and windows were cut from Whisper White cardstock and the roof was made using some retired White Corrugated card. The hut was adhered together in the same way.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Home Sweet Home Thinlit Dies and Sweet Home Stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

The 3rd hut was made using Pink Pirouette cardstock with a Smoky Slate cardstck door and door frame and Whisper White windows. A Pink Pirouette enamel shape was added to the door as a handle. The roof was made using strips of Very Vanilla cardstock, cut part way up using the (retired) Fringe Scissors.

I think the huts look fantastic and I can’t wait to start putting my display together.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Sweet Home
Dies
Home Sweet Home Thinlit Dies
Cardstock
Whisper White, So Saffron, Crumb Cake, Pool Party, Pink Pirouette, Smoky Slate, Very Vanilla & Corrugated White (retired)
Ink Pads
Garden Green, Pool Party & Smoky Slate
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Big Shot, Platform and Cutting Pads, Bone folder, Paper Piercer, Fringe Scissors (retired) and Scissors
Acrylic Blocks
B & H
Adhesives
Tombow Liquid Adhesive and Tear & Tape
Accessories
Subtle Enamel Shapes & Mini Brads (retired)

Flower Patch makes a beautiful set of One Sheet Wonder cards

Here are the gorgeous cards we made in class this week using the One Sheet Wonder technique and the Flower Patch stamp set.

gave them each an A4 sheet of Whisper White cardstock and they stamped a variety of flower and leaf images from the Flower Patch stamp set randomly all over the paper. Having said that, some of the ladies really struggle with ‘random’ stamping but they all looked fab.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Flower Patch stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

The colours we used were Peakaboo Peach, Flirty Flamingo, Cucumber Crush, Sweet Sugarplum, Rose Red, Daffodil Delight and Basic Gray and the trick to a One Sheet Wonder is to start by stamping with the largest image first, then the second largest and so on until you get to the smallest, filling in as much of the white space as possible until the whole sheet is covered. When everyone was happy with their stamped piece we set about cutting the sheet apart using the Stampin’ Trimmer.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Flower Patch stamp set by Stampin’ Up! – One Sheet Wonder

The cutting is actually quite straight forward if you follow the template and number the pieces as you cut them. We used some Peakaboo Peach and Flirty Flamingo cardstock to back or edge the stamped pieces before adding them to card bases made of Thick Whisper White cardstock. We made 4 cards in class and the ladies had the pieces to make another 4 at home.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Flower Patch stamp set by Stampin’ Up! One Sheet Wonder

The ladies all loved this technique which is really versatile and I hope they will go home and try it with some of the stamp sets in their crafty stashes.

I made some really cute table gifts for the ladies using the same colour cardstock and a belly band cut from the same A4 sheet.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Flower Patch stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Flower Patch
Cardstock
Thick Whisper White, Whisper White, Peakaboo Peach & Flirty Flamingo
Ink Pads
Peakaboo Peach, Flirty Flamingo, Rose Red, Sweet Sugarplum, Daffodil Delight, Cucumber Crush & Basic Gray
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Bone folder, Paper Piercer and Scissors
Acrylic Blocks
A,B, C & D
Adhesives
Tombow Liquid Adhesive & Stampin’ Dimensionals

Envelope Punch Board boxes to hold little treats from Amsterdam for my team

Oops meant to post this yesterday but seem to have got my days muddled up………don’t you hate when that happens……….Still better late than never. Here are some cute  little boxes I made to hold some choccy treats for my team members as they were unable to come with me to Onstage in Amsterdam. I had to share the love and chocolate always hits the spot.

 

I divided the chocolates so that all my team members had the same number – don’t want any fighting, measured the pile of chocolate to work out the size of paper I needed to make the box and after a lot of head scratching I decided to use the Envelope Punch Board. I went to a fantastic site – http://thecraftyowl.co.uk/boxbuster  – entered the measurements and the amazing calculator told me that I needed a piece of dsp measuring 5¼” by 5¼” – I used the retired ‘Inside The Lines’ dsp for to make my boxes but any dsp would work. The box buster is such an amazing tool created by Joanne James  aka The Crafty Owl and I was lucky enough to meet her, along with her team mate Helen whilst at Onstage. We are also going to be sharing team training with Joanne’s team in May which should be fun.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Envelope Punch Board project using Stampin’ Up! product

Using the Envelope Punch Board I punched and scored at 1 ½” and 2 ½” then turned the dsp 90⁰, matched up the 2 score lines, punched and scored again and repeated all the way around.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Envelope Punch Board project using Stampin’ Up! product

Then I folded and burnished the score lines and cut up the 4 tabs on the long sides before adding glue (Fast Fuse Adhesive) to the tabs and adhering them to the short sides forming the base of the box. I popped in the chocolates and folded the 2 small side tabs in, one of the large tabs then folded inwards with the tip tucked in. The remaining side then folded over to close the top. It is slightly domed and the point is folded down and held closed with a Mini Glue Dot.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Envelope Punch Board treat boxes made using Stampin’ Up! products

Once closed, I wrapped a length of twine, I used retired stock, 3 times around the box and tied in a bow. I stamped the sentiment from the Banners For You stamp set onto Whisper White cardstock and die cut it using a sweet little tag from the Cutie Pie Thinlet dies and tied it on using White Baker’s Twine.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Banners For You
Dies
Cutie Pie Thinlits Dies
Cardstock
Whisper White
Ink Pads
Blackberry Bliss, Mossy Meadow and Lost Lagoon –  all retired colours
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Envelope Punch Board, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Big Shot and Multipurpose platform, Bone folder, Paper Piercer and Scissors
Acrylic Blocks
B
Adhesives
Fast Fuse & Mini Glue Dots
Sundries
White Baker’s Twine & Blackberry Bliss, Mossy Meadow and Lost Lagoon Twine – retired

Easter Cards using Letters for You

Having had a fab time with my team mates at Onstage Live in Amsterdam over the last few days it was back to the real world today as I got my Easter cards ready to post. Here is how i made them.

Using the Letters for You stamp set I stamped the letters E, A, S, T, E and R in Calypso Coral, Marina Mist, So Saffron, Pool Party, Pear Pizzazz and Wisteria Wonder ink onto Whisper White cardstock. I think these soft, subtle colours go so well for projects with Spring themes. I then die cut the letters using the co-ordinating Large Letter Framelit dies. I wanted the letters to have some dimension and achieved this by die-cutting 2 extra letters from Whisper White cardstock  for each stamped letter and gluing them using Tombow Liquid Adhesive, one on top of the other so that the letters are raised up.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Letters For You stamp set, Large Letter Framelits and Sprinkles of Life by Stampin’ Up!

I cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock 6¼” by 2¾” and using the stems stamp from the Sprinkles of Life stamp set I stamped along the bottom using Pear Pizzazz ink. I added the tiny flowers from the same set using Calypso Coral, So Saffron, Pool Party and Wisteria Wonder ink.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Letters For You stamp set, Large Letter Framelits and Sprinkles of Life by Stampin’ Up!

The letters were adhered above the flower border using Tombow Liquid Adhesive. A tiny flower was punched in co-ordinating card using the Tree Builder Punch and added to a letter with a Mini Glue Dot and a Basic Rhinestone added for some interest.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Letters For You stamp set, Large Letter Framelits and Sprinkles of Life by Stampin’ Up!

I layered the topper onto a co-ordinating colour cardstock – Pear Pizzazz, So Saffron, Wisteria Wonder, Marina Mist or Calypso Coral and added the whole piece to a DL size Whisper White card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

 

www.crafty-rootes.com – Letters For You stamp set, Large Letter Framelits and Sprinkles of Life by Stampin’ Up!

I absolutely love these cards, they look so fresh and Spring like. Hope you like them.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Letters For You & Sprinkles of Life
Dies
Large Letters Framelit Dies
Cardstock
Thick Whisper White, Calypso Coral, So Saffron, Marina Mist, Pear Pizzazz and Wisteria Wonder
Ink Pads
Calypso Coral, So Saffron, Marina Mist, Pear Pizzazz, Pool Party and Wisteria Wonder
Punches
Tree Builder
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Big Shot and Multipurpose platform, Bone folder, Paper Piercer and Scissors
Acrylic Blocks
A, B & D
Adhesives
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid, Stampin’ Dimensionals & Mini Glue Dots
Sundries
Basic Rhinestones

Gorgeous elegant card using the Beautiful You stamp set

Today I have been making a card using the gorgeous Beautiful You stamp set, I think this is my favourite set from this years Spring/ Summer catalogue.

 

www.crafty-rootes.com – Beautiful You stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

I stamped the lovely, elegant lady using Momento Tuxedo Black ink onto Whisper White cardstock and die cut her out using the Stitched Shapes framelits. I stamped the lady again onto a piece of Floral Boutique dsp and cut out the dress using a pair of scissors. I glued the dsp dress onto the die cut lady using Tombow Liquid Adhesive. I coloured the ladies hat using a Pink Pirouette Marker.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Beautiful You stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

I die cut a scalloped oval from Pink Pirouette cardstock and a plain oval from Night of Navy cardstock using the Layering Oval framelits. I used Tombow Liquid Adhesive to adhere the stamped piece to the Pink Pirouette oval and added them to the Night of Navy oval.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Beautiful You by Stampin’ Up!

I took a Whisper White panel and placed my chosen mask on top. Using a Sponge Dauber and the Pink Pirouette ink pad I inked randomly through the mask to create a spotty background effect. I stamped the sentiment in Night of Navy ink in the lower left hand corner. I wrapped some Thick Night of Navy Baker’s Twine 3 times around the Whisper White layer adhering the twine with sellotape at the back. I added the Whisper White panel to a layer of Pink Pirouette cardstock with Tombow Liquid Adhesive before adding the whole piece to a Night of Navy card base. I added the oval piece on top of the Baker’s Twine using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

This is such an elegant looking card, I love Night of Navy and Pink Pirouette together.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon.

Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Beautiful You
Dies
Stitched Shapes framelits & Layering Oval dies
Cardstock
Whisper White, Night of Navy & Pink Pirouette
Ink Pads
Momento Tuxedo Black ink, Night of Navy & Pink Pirouette
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Big Shot and Magnetic platform, Bone folder and Scissors
Acrylic Blocks
B & D
Adhesives
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid & Stampin’ Dimensionals
Sundries
Sponge Daubers, Night of Navy solid Baker’s Twine, Seasonal Decorative Masks, Whisper White Envelope

Amsterdam Onstage Live – here we come……….

Every 6 months Stampin’ Up! holds an event known as Onstage Live or Onstage Local in its 3 world markets – USA/Canada, Australia/New Zealand or Europe – UK, Germany, Austria, France, The Netherlands.  Onstage Live is a 3 day extravaganza held once every 18 months in each of the 3 markets. Co-ordinating with this event there are multiple 1 day Onstage Local events in Germany, Austria, France, The Netherlands, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Onstage is where we demonstrators get together to drool over a new catalogue, watch demonstrations of new product, play with new product, have business related training sessions, get lots of freebies and network with other demos, sharing ideas and tips. It is always great fun and we all go home buzzing with ideas and inspiration

This week Onstage Live is happening in Amsterdam and I am going – whoop whoop – along with my lovely upline Mikaela and 4 other team members – we are going to have sssoooooo much fun.

One of the things many of us do at Onstage is called swapping – basically we bring along something we have designed and swap it for something made by someone else. It is a great way to come home with new ideas. We have to use current Stampin’ Up! product and often people make a card front rather than a full card. People also make bookmarks, boxes, bags, decorated clips etc……. you would not believe how ingenious and versatile peoples swaps can be. We also put a ‘recipe’ on the back of each with our name.

www.crafty-rootes.com – Swirly Bird by Stampin Up for Onstage swaps

This year I have made 60 card fronts as my swaps, easier to take on a flight than the little bags I made for November’s Telford swaps. I cut strips of Whisper White Cardstock and stamped 3 – 4 kites using the Swirly Bird stamp set on each using a mixed variety of the colours listed below – no 2 card fronts are the same. I added a strip of either Chocolate Chip or Peakaboo Peach cardstock using Tombow Liquid Adhesive to the left hand side of the stamped piece and adhered this to a layer of Peakaboo Peach, Dapper Denim, Emerald Envy, Flirty Flamingo or Sweet Sugarplum cardstock.

The greeting comes from the Banners For You stamp set and is stamped in Chocolate Chip ink onto Whisper White cardstock before being die cut using the Bunch of Banners framelit dies and added to the card front using Stampin Dimensionals.

Can’t wait to start swapping with other demo’s in Amsterdam, hope like like my swaps.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, if you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would love to be yours!  If you don’t have a catalogue and you would like one, please let me know and I will send one to you.  To order any supplies click on the “shop online” button at the top of the page. Alternatively, contact me and I would be happy to place an order for you.

If you would like to come to the next Onstage in November 2017 then contact me for information about joining my team or click on the ‘Shop Online’ button and follow the ’Join the Fun’ link. I would love to have you in my team.

Details of the products I used for this project can be found below. Please visit my blog again soon.

 Mo x

Supplies used:
Stamp sets
Swirly Bird & Banners For You
Dies
Bunch of Banners
Cardstock
Whisper White, Chocolate Chip, Peakaboo Peach, Dapper Denim, Emerald Envy, Flirty Flamingo & Sweet Sugarplum
Ink Pads
Chocolate Chip, Peakaboo Peach, Dapper Denim, Emerald Envy, Flirty Flamingo & Sweet Sugarplum
Tools
Paper Trimmer, Stampin Scrub and Stampin Mist, Big Shot and Magnetic platform, Bone folder and Scissors
Acrylic Blocks
A,B & D
Adhesives
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid & Stampin’ Dimensionals