Yippee!!! My Stampin’ Up! “sneak peek” order arrived yesterday and I was like a child on Christmas morning! After eagerly opening the box, there were lots of ohs and ahs. Though I am not allowed to show you the new products until the end of this month, I am able to share a card with you that incorporates some of the new product. Check out the yellow flower! It was made using the new White Simply Pressed Clay and the Blossoms Mold from the Blossoms & Buttons Simply Pressed Molds. The flower was white but I used the Aqua Painter and Daffodil Yellow Classic Ink to “paint” the color onto the flower. It has been a lot of fun playing with the clay and I can’t wait to show you more of the possibilities using it.
Bright Blossoms with Flower Embellishment
The card was made using Baja Breeze CS (card stock) as the base then layering with Daffodil Delight CS and Summer Smooches Designer Series Paper. Whisper White CS was cut using the Labels Collection Framelits and the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine. The Bright Blossoms Stamp Set with Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Tangerine Tango Stampin’ Write Markers was used to stamp the vase. The clay flower as discussed earlier was then attached to the tall flower stem. A stamp from Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Collection was used to add the message using Rich Razzleberry Classic Stampin’ Ink Pad.
Here’s another card that was made this week to send to someone special…
Regal Rose Hydrangea
The base is Whisper White CS with a layer of Regal Rose DSP from the Brights Color Color Designer Series Paper Stack. Whisper White 3/8″ Taffeta Ribbon was used to embellish. The Hydrangea stamp is from the Best of Flowers set and was stamped using Regal Rose and Old Olive Stampin’ Write Markers. The Loving Thoughts Stamp Set message was stamped using Staz-on Jet Black Ink.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me (email@example.com).
Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check in on Monday…more sneak peek will be shown.
Until then, have a good weekend!
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