So guess what folks… I’ve rejoined Stampin Up as a demonstrator. Not likely to do much in the way of in person classes, especially in light of Covid-19 but thought I would do a weekly post using current SU products.
Of course if anyone wants to order any SU products, please consider asking me to order them for you.
So here is my first project…
For this card I used the Jar of Flowers stamps to create the focal point. I love these stamps and the coordinating jar punch.
Now on this card the only current SU product apart from the Old Olive cardstock is the Jar of Flowers stamps… I used Dapper Denim cardstock and some retired DSP plus the border dies are from the Everything is Rosy kit which is also now retired. I also used very old sparkly washi tape too!
So basically for my first post using current SU products only this is fairly poor show. But I can confirm that I did use only SU products so it’s a starting point.
Jar of Flowers stamps, page 12 annual catalogue
As I said… if anyone wants to order anything SU from me, just let me know. Email contact is email@example.com
See you next week for my next SU Sunday project.
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This month we have another ‘virtual challenge over at my coin swap group… maybe next month I will move back to postal ones … but will make that decision nearer the time.
So the theme for this month … circles. This was inspired by the stamp and stencils I recently bought from Aall & Create.
I used a gelli print that I had leftover from another project and added the stamping on top in black.
I added some details with pink posca pen and then added the die cut wonky circle which was cut from some funky wallpaper. I then added the title from a magazine cut up.
I then decided that the coin needed a bit more so grabbed some black gems.
I decided once I had made the coin to turn it into a little notecard as a little hello for a friend.
I decided that a pink panel would be a good idea … but then grabbed my pokey tool and some thread to add some sewing around the coin. I used a template for the holes which I recently rediscovered. Perfect fun!