Michelle Bryant (Orton)
I love the softness of this Wildflower Meadow baby gift set and it so quick and easy to make. You could put some cute little socks in the pretty box, just perfect for a newborn baby girl. These products are now on the retirement list and available while stocks last.
With no effort at all the Wildflower Meadow stamp produces beautiful cards and projects. Here I have used the 2013-2015 in colour marker pens to colour in the image and the sentiment comes from the really cute Label Love set and matching punch. The butterfly has been popped up on an acetate strip.
This would make a really summery welcome to a baby girl.
Take a look at the 2015 retirement list here.
You can order online online at anytime and get the products shipped directly to your door. Visit the online shop and don't forget if you use the online code M7A3QY2V I will send you a gift from me.
This card uses the retired set Just Believe and the gorgeous Hello Doily background. I just love how the doily gives the impression of a sunset. This effect was achieved by sponging the inks onto the background stamp, then huffing on it before stamping to remoisten the inks. (Colours uses are Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie and Tangerine Tango).
I wanted to show you a card that we made at Monica and Becca's training in Peterborough a while back. It is made using an A4 sheet of card and the fabby Simply Scored scoring board. I have changed the original colours but the design is the same...
A bit of stamping with the beautiful Bordering on romance stamp set and some therapeutic watercolouring...you then end up with this gorgeous card. Thank you Monica and Becca for the inspiration.
Here is a video telling you all about the scoring board - if you would like to try it for yourself be sure to come along to my OPEN HOUSE on Sunday 27th May. You can reserve your place here.
Thank you for stopping by today, until next time... Happy Stampin'
Hello and welcome to the ILWS Summer Mini Catalogue Blog Hop. If you have come directly to my blog thank you for stopping by and be sure to follow the hop for a wealth of inspiration. Or you may have come from Leannie's wonderful blog, I enjoyed having a look around at her great projects.
Stampin' Up! really are spoling us this month with our first ever Summer Mini catalogue. So many new products and a fantastic special offer for new demonstrators...
I am in love with Bordering on Romance! It feels good working with my markers again and just having an excuse to be really girly. The images in this stamp set really are soft and romantic.
Here I have made a card that has been scored using the Simply Scored Board..love, love, love it! I will tell you more about this over the next few days...
I am in a bit of a pink mood at the moment, so I paired Pretty in Pink with Certainly Celery for a very feminine feel. The card was scored into a trellis design but this isn't showing up in the photograph. It was so easy to do using the Simply Scored and adds a very pretty texture to the card. As I was in a girly mood I have added a touch of Dazzling Diamonds and some bling with the rhinestones on the petal cone box.
Each day this week I will focus on a new product from the Summer Mini - there really is so much to get excited about!
In addition to new goodies we also have a NEW Demonstrator Starter Kit. It is fully customisable for the amazing price of £99.
If you sign up to my team during May you will also receive a FREE CONVENTION REGISTRATION which is being held in Mainz Germany, worth £149. WOW!!! Email or call me to find out more...
Thank you joining me on the blog hop, I am now going to journey around blog land looking at all the fabby ideas....fancy coming along? Let's hop on over to Fiona's blog to take a look at her lovely projects. I hope that you have enjoyed your visit here today and I am sure that you will agree with me; what an extremely talented group of ladies are taking part in the hop!
We only have a couple of hours left to order from the Spring Mini catalogue. Here is a cupcake project that I made at the weekend using the Cupcake Builder punch. If there is anything that you wanted from the Spring mini you have still have time...just give me a call on 01603 867028 before 9pm.
The new SUmmer Mini catalogue starts tomorrow, please come back at 10am to join in with a blog hop to see all the yummy new goodies!
I don't really think that Bugs Bunny would want to chew on this carrot, although I am sure he would love it if it was filled with Easter goodies!
Once again I reached for the petal cone die to make the carrot, but adapted the die cuts slightly. The carrot body has three sides intead of the usual four sides of the petal cone, so I cut one of the die cuts in half ensuring that the tab was still attached.
After seeing some beautiful cards made using the Everybunny stamp set I just had to have it...and I have fallen in love! This is just the cutest stamp set ever and can be used for so much more than just Easter.
We will be using the Everybunny stamp set at our next All Occasions Card Club in April.
Click here to find out how you can join in the fun!
Inspiration from Meg Loven
Happy Stampin' until next time...