Welcome to today’s blog hop and thank-you for joining me. This month I chose to create a 12×12 page using items from the new holiday catalog. Customers can begin to order from the holiday catalog September 4th, 2019. I am sure you will find many things to love as I have.
When creating a 12 x 12 page you can display in a frame at home or the office as done in today’s project. Then at the end of the fall season, you have a scrapbook page you can tuck away in the family album.
I sponged the shimmery white Card-stock with several colors representing fall and used the gathered leaves dies to cut leaves. Just look at the detail the leaf dies emboss with!
I used the large leaf die to create 3 “frames’ in which you can add photos of children, pets, this year’s carved pumpkins or maybe a quote. Finishing off with a family quote from the Praise Worthy Prose cling set.
Don’t forget to comment using #stampitcontest to be entered to win this fabulous Looking Up Card Kit.
I hope you have enjoyed today’s project which serves as a reminder that paper crafting and rubber stamps are not only for card making. Please continue your blog hop journey with the links provided below. Let me know if you have any questions or would like more information on my classes.
Welcome to July’s Blog Hop. This month I’m going out of my norm with a little #simplestamping using the Young at Heart Stamp set. Whether you are the life of the party or the support brace for the corner of the room, we all need a little laughter in our lives. It doesn’t hurt to have a few friends along the way.
Are you ready to add a little more detail? Try adding a colored cardstock base and a little designer series paper (DSP). The possibilities are endless from a simple stamped project. You could add ribbon, add the sentiment as a tag separate from your stamped image and ending with some embellishments.
Have a stamp set you you want to as a future post? Let me know in the comments. Be sure to continue the hop by visiting Shannon’s post next.
Something old, something new, something with a tad Blueberry Bushel Blue for you know who… OK! so it sounded way cooler as I was standing at the sink – scrubbing some ink from my finger tips. I tend to get a little messy when using background stamps.
Though I’m not using anything brand new for today’s post, I am using current items that are carrying over into the new catalog.
Any man, woman or child who likes fishing is going to like receiving a handcrafted creation using the Best Catch Bundle. Look at just how realistic they tried to be with the die cut and the gills. They actually raise up.
I wanted to share with you a couple of quick cards using the Daisy Lane and Daisy Delight Stamp sets. What says summer better than daisies and red white and blue.
Using the Daisy from Daisy Delight. What is great about these two sets? They both use the large Daisy punch.
So I had fun with this next one. I can’t wait to use some bright colors aside from the red white and blue. This was #simplestamping and yet fun making the sentiment dual colors.
Hello my pretties… Welcome to the Stamp It team Halloween blog hop 🎃 . I’m Dawn Seelhoff from Lincoln, Nebraska. You have landed at my site Dawn’s INKlings
DETAILS: At the bottom of my post, you will find a list of all the participating blog hoppers so you can move along from blog to blog and see all the creative projects. Make sure to leave a comment on each blog you visit using the hashtag #stampitcontest to be entered to win the Lots of Happy Card Kit
Congratulations to last months winner:
Goodies: I don’t know about you, I have found it has been hard to get into the fall spirit when temperatures have been in the mid to upper 90’s. With temperatures like that, floating around the pool is all I can think about. So I cannot tell you how thrilled and chilled I am for cooler weather that has arrived.
If you are familiar with Stampin’ Up! you know the holiday catalog has been out for almost a month now. I have to say the Halloween sets and suites are the ghoulist. For my projects I used a ‘standard’ A2 (4 1/4” x 5 1/2”) as well as 3” x 3” card base. Layered by the Toils and Troubles DSP. You will find a detailed list of supplies used in my list below.