Hello everyone and welcome to April!
I am so excited to be bringing another month of fun projects to you with the Stamping Society blog hop!
This month the Stamping Society team are featuring all kinds of our favourite products from the Annual and Mini Catalogues. We have a whole heap of fun projects to share with you.
So join us this month as we are featuring a load of fun projects!
And scroll down to see more about the tutorial that you can either PURCHASE or earn for FREE, with six more tutorials from the rest of the Stamping Society team.
What is Stamping Society?
It’s a monthly tutorial bundle from six different designers all over the world and each month we do a blog hop featuring a beautiful project. You can watch the video from each of us making the project and if you wish you can purchase the tutorial bundle where you will get detailed written instructions, measurements and a supply list.
You can also earn this tutorial FREE simply by shopping with any of the Stamping Society team or by joining Stampin’ Up! as a member of our team.
See the bottom of this post for more information on that.
I decided to create one of the fun slim line cards that are all the rage at the moment.
In the current Mini Catalogue, these super fun Slim Line Card Dies were released and they are so much fun! I used one to create the main focal point for this card. Backed with some of the gorgeous Rainbow Glimmer Paper – which is sadly retiring soon it makes for a really bright and fun card!
I have added touches of silver foil and that was the base of my card done!
You could use the same idea and back the slim line die with a whole range of colours and textures from our papers and speciality papers!
To create the fun focal point of the card I have used the Artfully Layered bundle to do some fun stamping techniques.
The main leaf I have stamped using a Stamparatus and Sponge daubers to achieve a multi toned stamping look. I have used some; Pale Papaya, Flirty Flamingo, Polished Pink and Mango Melody to achieve the look I wanted. I then stamped the smaller leaf in Pale Papaya on some Pale Papaya cardstock and coloured using Pale Papaya Blends.
These all have corresponding dies to cut them out.
I have also cut a detailed leaf from Gold Foil.
The card was finished with some of the Iridescent Rhinestones and Loose Flower Flourishes.
Here’s a look at the card inside where I have added some more of the Rainbow Glimmer Paper, silver Foil and another detailed leaf this time die cut from Pale Papaya Cardstock.
Do you want to see the video of how I put this fun card together? see it here…
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Hop along and check out all the other amazing projects from the Stamping Society team…
HOW TO GET THE TUTORIAL
1. Sign up as a demonstrator and join my team of Sassy Stampers and you will automatically get these tutorials for FREE each month. Join my team here.
2. By placing an order of $35 or more with me in the month of March. Shop my store here.
3. Buy the tutorial online from me wherever you are in the world for $9.75. You can buy the tutorial here.
You can see a sneak peek of the tutorials here:
Well there we have it, another month and another Stamping Society blog hop.
I hope that you got some inspiration & be sure to check out all the other blogs.
Crafty hugs! xx