So pearly, so shiny and SO pretty!
This will work with any embossing folder but I was playing with the new Sand & Sea suite
(coming out in the January-June mini catalog from Stampin’ Up)
and had an idea to try to make my own pearly paper and it worked!
I used our new Blending brushes and our Frost White shimmer paint before embossing
to really make it a wow!
If you are ordering with me January 5th, here are the numbers for the paint and brushes:
Frost Shimmer White paint $8 #147046
Blending Brushes set of 3 $12 153611
This new sea shell suite is HUGE and full of possibilities!
There’s a big stamp set, matching dies, and a matching embossing folder which all work together!
Watch my video HERE to see all the products in this suite up close!
(or click below on video thumbnail) View/Print Recipe & Measurements HERE
Here are the 3 cards I cased from pages 40-42 in the catalog:
Be ready to order this right away on January 5th so you can earn Sale a Bration freebies!
I’ll post the Freebies catalog here on January 5th if you haven’t received yours yet.
The bulk mail is going sooooo slow due to covid and holidays.
Only 2 more days to get in on my new catalog shares/samplers!
I had a request to use those little ladybug trinkets (coming out on January 5th)
from the Dandy Garden suite in the new Stampin’ Up mini catalog.
Scattered on a table, they look a little buggy 🙂 but up close they are kinda cute.
Anyway, Trista emailed me and asked if I could show a card using them.
I thought if I’m putting a bug on a card, it should be useful so I used it as a closure for a
Joy fold card. The smaller card has a right sided fold that pops up all the time,
so the little ladybug really keeps it snug:)
The set is called Woodland Wonder and it’s a photopolymer set that would be perfect for multiple people to sign, like a family or office. It’s great for birthdays, new home, graduation or any Congrats occasion!
(available January 5th for $17)
Demonstrators can preorder it now in December.
I also added a little flip up area for a place to sign the card:
This week I played with the gold hoops from the Stampin’ Up annual catalog.
I thought they’d make a sweet little ornament so I added it to a card.
It can easily come off the card since it’s hanging on a brad:
The Poinsettia dies with the red velvet paper really makes a nicely textured flower
altho I had a hard time getting a good pic of it!
(Watch the video below for a better look)
This week I used the Rectangle Postage punch for the first time.
I’ve had it since it came out and I kept forgetting about it!
I had a request for the Festive Post stamp set so I combined the two.
It’s a handy punch that coordinates with the Festive Post stamp set
in the Stampin’ Up Holiday catalog:
Here’s a fun way to add a little variety to the punch and change the size up a bit!
I added a few die cut snowflakes for some wintery accents.
Watch the video below to see how easy it is to change the size of windows.
View the video by clicking on the photo below:
By the Way, this postage punch also is a bundle in the annual catalog
so if you have the punch, think about this set also since it coordinates so well:
This weekend I’m sharing a bunch of wonderful ideas from our Stampin’ Up team
who participated in a mail-in swap to share ideas across the miles.
I hope you are as inspired to go create some cards after watching!
Most of these wonderfully creative demonstrators also do local classes
so if you need their contact information, email me and I can pass it along to them!
Many of you know that I’m moving all my private videos from Stamping School
over to youtube and here on my blog. I filmed 2 a week for about 14 years so I’ll be reposting the recent ones here
for those that were not members over there and didn’t see them.
Since the Trimming the Town Designer paper is on on sale,
here are 2 videos showcasing this super cute paper!
This next project with video is an an accordion type fun fold with a little “road” home!
(I just love that little car!)
Originally filmed on 09/13/2020 View/Print the Recipe PDF with measurements HERE!
Here are the main products I used – A new feature is an ‘add all to cart’ button
which takes you to my store and adds the numbers in for you!
You can edit the cart once you are over to my store. That’s a nifty feature!
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