Thursday, 12 April 2018

Share What You Love | Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team


Well, the Stampin' Up! Artisan Team has something special for you today. While Stampin' Up! is preparing to release it's new annual catalog on June 1st, they are releasing a very small piece early called Share What you Love.  #soexciting


Stampin' Up! is releasing this Share What You Love Suite in bundles in the following ways:

          1. JUST GETTING STARTED (149524): a bundle for the stamper just getting their toes wet
          2. A LITTLE MORE, PLEASE (149525): a bundle for the stamping ninja
          3. GOTTA HAVE IT ALL (149526): enough said

The Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team is showing you ways in which to use these products without using anything outside of the bundles. Today I'll be showing you projects for the JUST GETTING STARTED bundle. Included in this bundle is the following but keep in mind these bundles will not be available subsequent to May 31st so be sure to snag them as soon as your order period begins!

JUST GETTIN STARTED BUNDLE
· Love What You Do Stamp Set
· Grapefruit Grove Ink Pad
· Very Vanilla 8-1/2 X 11” Cardstock
· Old Olive Ink Pad
· Clear Block E
· Very Vanilla Note Cards & Envelopes


Note: Demonstrators are able to pre-purchase products from April 9th to April 30th. Customers are able to purchase these bundles beginning May 1st to May 31st.


Stamping Off: // It doesn't get much easier than this. The floral image is first stamped using Old Olive Ink on a scrap piece of paper and then stamped onto a piece of card stock 4" x 5.25". This technique is called "stamping off". The sentiment is stamped directly onto the Very Vanilla Cardstock. 


Distressing:// Each of my three cards have a little distressing on the edges. To make this a little easier, rub water onto the edges of the card. Then roll the paper around with your fingers allowing the paper to roll and wrinkle.


Repeat Stamping: // Repeat stamping is when you stamp the same image over and over to create a background. In the card above you can see that I used several floral images over and over again without any clear pattern. However, on the card below I used the 'splat' in a vertical direction.


Thank you so much for dropping by today! But don't stop here - be sure to keep hopping to check out my amazing friend Charlet Mallet!


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Please see below for a list of Stampin' Up! products used in today's project as well as the Love What You Do Stamp Set as well as Grapefruit Grove Ink:

11 comments:

  1. Cathy, your cards are wonderful...loved the rolled edges on the cardstock!

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  2. the cards are so beautiful! I love this cas-look!!!
    XO

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  3. Beautiful Cathy. All 3 are prefect for the beginning stamper and I love how you've explained each technique.

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  4. Your cards are beautiful Cathy! Love the crinkled look!

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  5. A lovely set of cards, really love your distress look and will have a go at trying this on my cards for sure xo

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  6. So beautifully simple! I just love how you've rolled and distressed the edges-perfect touch!

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  7. Hey my Canuck friend! I love your creations especially what you did with the crinkled Very Vanilla Card stock! brilliant xo

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  8. These cards are so cool with the varied color values and the distressing. You have made magic with the bundle.

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  9. Such a cute technique with the paper curling. Love what do! xox

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  10. Love the distressed edges and how you've created lovely, simple cards with this little bundle!

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  11. Easy-peasy...and super modern! Wow, i like your cards!

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