Wednesday, 11 April 2018

4 Easy Magical Cards. | Stamp to Share International Blog Hop


I am so excited to be back with the International Stamp to Share Blog Hop this month!

The products we are featuring this month contains some of my most favourite images so I can't wait to see what everyone will be show casing today!


This month we are featuring the Stampin' Up! Magical Day Stamp Set and the co-ordinating Magical Mates Framelit Dies

What's Happening Here? 

My projects today are a little bit different. I am going to show you how you can use your stash and make 4 cards using minimal supplies from the Magical Day Suite. I am doing this by showing you what I provided in my Magical Day Product Share.

When the Stampin' Up! catalogue was first released, I did a product share with a card kit that cost only $10. It truly is as close to $10 worth of product as you can get. I believe in value and to me, this is great value to any person. As a bonus to purchasing the product share, the customer receives instructions to create 4 cards out of the share received. Although the product share does not include any stamped images, it encourages customers to buy the stamp set or use a similar set out of their own stash.


The following shows photos for the 4 card designs. 


For most of these cards, I didn't stamp any of the images. That's because this paper is...

so.
freakin'.
amazing.

It's really not necessary to stamp when the mermaids already sparkle and the unicorns already glitter.





While these cards are easy, that's the beauty of it all.
It's not necessary to re-invent the wheel every time.
Take what you have and make something beautiful.

Ta-Da!

Keep hopping along to my friend Nadine Koeller from Germany!

4 comments:

  1. Cute projects! Love the little snipped out images, that designer paper is fantastic! :)

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  2. Dear Cathy,

    WOW your card projects are amazing :) ! My favorite is the third card in the first picture. I love the unicorns with the pink embellishments on it. Absolutely cute.

    Thanks for sharing und many greetings from germany,
    Nadine

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  3. You and I are on the same wavelength when it comes to this DSP! Such a great bunch of cards. I love the versatility Cathy ♥

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  4. That paper is gorgeous and I love fussy cutting, great job.

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