Monday, September 21, 2020

CASEing the Catty Sunday #CTC285

 Hi everyone, 

Another week has passed so it is time for another CASEing the Catty Sunday example.

 
This week we were asked the CASE the above card which is found in the Mini July to December ©2020 Stampin' Up!® on Page 29.
You can CASE directly or be inspired by a sketch/layout, colour combo or embellishment.My example is below.



I created this card using Gorgeous grape, Magenta Madness and Whisper White card stock.  I also used Artistry Blooms Designer Series Paper, Basic Black Stamp Pad and Crinkled Seam Binding Ribbon. 

Have you used Stampin Up products before. One of the reasons that I became a demonstrator/hobbyist was because I love the colour combos.  Stampin Up provides cardstock, ribbon, stamp pad, and matching designer series paper and sometimes matching glitz to enhance the cards.  If you are a bit pedantic with colour combinations Stampin Up is your friend. They certainly have my vote.  


The current Annual Catalogue is available on this blog.  If you would like a Catalogue posted to you, it will cost $9-00.  That can be deducted from the next order. 


If you live in Australia and you would like to place an order over $250-00 (before shipping) you will receive 10% in Stampin Up Rewards.  Click here to place your order.


If you would like to place a smaller order please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you would like the current brochure, please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you like this blog, and like learning a little about our family traditions or our lives while I inform you about the makings of the cards or quilts that I make, can you indicate by following me, (on the right hand side). Blogging is something new and I am still trying to get a handle on it. 


Blessings



Thursday, September 17, 2020

World of Good Suite

Hi everyone, 

Have you seen this lovely suite?  I think this is going to popular, great for the men and fantastic for the travellers, male and female.  This suite can be found in the Annual Catalogue On page 24, 25, and 26 ©2020 Stampin' Up!®





When I created this card, I used Misty Moonlight, Cinnamon Cider, Crumb Cake and Whisper White Card stock.  I also used a Gold Foil Sheet and Misty Moonlight stamp pad.  I hope you like it.

Have you used Stampin Up products before. One of the reasons that I became a demonstrator/hobbyist was because I love the colour combos.  Stampin Up provides cardstock, ribbon, stamp pad, and matching designer series paper and sometimes matching glitz to enhance the cards.  If you are a bit pedantic with colour combinations Stampin Up is your friend. They certainly have my vote.  


The current Annual Catalogue is available on this blog.  If you would like a Catalogue posted to you, it will cost $9-00.  That can be deducted from the next order.


If you live in Australia and you would like to place an order over $250-00 (before shipping) you will receive 10% in Stampin Up Rewards.  Click here to place your order.


If you would like to place a smaller order please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you would like the current brochure, please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you like this blog, and like learning a little about our family traditions or our lives while I inform you about the makings of the cards or quilts that I make, can you indicate by following me, (on the right hand side). Blogging is something new and I am still trying to get a handle on it. 


Blessings

Monday, September 14, 2020

Paper Pumpkin

 Hi everyone, 

We have a Christmas Paper Pumpkin available world wide. Such a fantastic treat. 

Pumpkin Patch has been a part of Stampin Up for over two decades. It can be a monthly subscription service by Stampin Up, if you live in North America.  However, in Australia, we are just getting a taste of these.  The picture below that is available after approximately 11 November, is the third one available globally. They are available until stocks last. 

They come in a small pizza box container.  There is everything you need to make 8 cards.  The box includes card bases, designer series card tops, stamps, mini pots, stickers, embellishments.  While there might be 8 card bases, there are enough supplies to make many extras.  This is a great way to commence making cards, if you are a beginner. 


Have you used Stampin Up products before. One of the reasons that I became a demonstrator/hobbyist was because I love the colour combos.  Stampin Up provides cardstock, ribbon, stamp pad, and matching designer series paper and sometimes matching glitz to enhance the cards.  If you are a bit pedantic with colour combinations Stampin Up is your friend. They certainly have my vote.  


The current Annual Catalogue is available on this blog.  If you would like a Catalogue posted to you, it will cost $9-00.  That can be deducted from the next order. 


If you live in Australia and you would like to place an order over $250-00 (before shipping) you will receive 10% in Stampin Up Rewards.  Click here to place your order.


If you would like to place a smaller order please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you would like the current brochure, please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you like this blog, and like learning a little about our family traditions or our lives while I inform you about the makings of the cards or quilts that I make, can you indicate by following me, (on the right hand side). Blogging is something new and I am still trying to get a handle on it. 


Blessings



Monday, September 7, 2020

CASEing the Catty Sunday #CTC283

Hi everyone, 

Here is another CASEing the Catty Sunday.   I really love making cards for this group.  This group makes me look outside the box.  Sometimes I’m happy with the card, sometimes not.   

This week's challenge is to case the colours of the Trimming the Town DSP from the 2020 August - December Mini Catalogue.   The colours are Early Espresso, Misty Moonlight, Old Olive, Pool Party, Poppy Parade and Whisper White. 
 
When I saw the list of these colours, I thought, how am I going to choose a card for this one.  I thought this because of the amount of colours, not so much what the colours are. I think the colours look good together.  The stamp set that I chose allows for many colours.  I quite like this card.
 

I created this card using the Lovely You Bundle which consists of Lovely You Stamp Set and Lovely Labels Pick A Bunch Punch and can be see in the Annual Catalogue page 169 ©2020 Stampin' Up!®

 

Have you used Stampin Up products before. One of the reasons that I became a demonstrator/hobbyist was because I love the colour combos.  Stampin Up provides cardstock, ribbon, stamp pad, and matching designer series paper and sometimes matching glitz to enhance the cards.  If you are a bit pedantic with colour combinations Stampin Up is your friend. They certainly have my vote. 

 

The current Annual Catalogue is available on this blog.  If you would like a Catalogue posted to you, it will cost $9-00.  That can be deducted from the next order.

 

If you live in Australia and you would like to place an order over $250-00 (before shipping) you will receive 10% in Stampin Up Rewards.  Click here to place your order.

 

If you would like to place a smaller order please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.

 

If you would like the current brochure, please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you like this blog, and like learning a little about our family traditions or our lives while I inform you about the makings of the cards or quilts that I make, can you indicate by following me, (on the right hand side). Blogging is something new and I am still trying to get a handle on it.

 

Blessings


 

Friday, September 4, 2020

Snowflake Splendour Suite

Hi everyone,

I spent last weekend playing with Snowflake Splendour Suite.  I had an idea for a card that I could include on CASEing the Catty Sunday, but needed more thought and maybe come criticism.  I eventually phoned my mum on Video Chat, who also makes cards.

So I work on these fun folds.  I used acetate for the window between the two pieces of card stock. These cards show the versatility of the designer series paper and how each card can be so different when swapping the combination of card stock and designer series paper. 







 
I created this cards using the designer series paper below and teamed them with Misty Moonlight, Pacific Point, Mint Macaroon, Coastal Cabana and Whisper White Card stock.  I also used Balmy Blue.  There is also some pink glimmer paper, which I thought was current but I cannot find it now.
 
This bundle and designer series paper can be found on page 36, 37, and 38 of the Mini August to December Catalogue ©2020 Stampin' Up!® 

Have you used Stampin Up products before. One of the reasons that I became a demonstrator/hobbyist was because I love the colour combos.  Stampin Up provides cardstock, ribbon, stamp pad, and matching designer series paper and sometimes matching glitz to enhance the cards.  If you are a bit pedantic with colour combinations Stampin Up is your friend. They certainly have my vote. 

 

The current Annual Catalogue is available on this blog.  If you would like a Catalogue posted to you, it will cost $9-00.  That can be deducted from the next order. 

 

If you live in Australia and you would like to place an order over $250-00 (before shipping) you will receive 10% in Stampin Up Rewards.  Click here to place your order.

 

If you would like to place a smaller order please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.

 

If you would like the current brochure, please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.

 

If you like this blog, and like learning a little about our family traditions or our lives while I inform you about the makings of the cards or quilts that I make, can you indicate by following me, (on the right hand side). Blogging is something new and I am still trying to get a handle on it.

Blessings

Monday, August 31, 2020

Snowflake Splendour Suite.


Hi everyone, 

This week's challenge is to case your favourite bundle from the 2020 August - December Mini Catalogue.  You can CASE directly or be inspired by a sketch/layout, colour combo or embellishment.  

This card was my second choice.  I intended to use another bundle. However I realized that I did not purchase the bundle but only the stamp.  Well I have started another order with the dies at the top of the list. 

This is a new bundle, so I wanted to have a go with this.  This bundle can be found n the Mini Catalogue August to December page 36, 37, and 38. ©2020 Stampin' Up!®




I created this card using Pacific Point and Balmy Blue Card stock.  I also used Balmy Blue and Silver Glitter Paper and White Glitter Embossing Powder.  

 

Have you used Stampin Up products before. One of the reasons that I became a demonstrator/hobbyist was because I love the colour combos.  Stampin Up provides cardstock, ribbon, stamp pad, and matching designer series paper and sometimes matching glitz to enhance the cards.  If you are a bit pedantic with colour combinations Stampin Up is your friend. They certainly have my vote.  

 

The current Annual Catalogue is available on this blog.  If you would like a Catalogue posted to you, it will cost $9-00.  That can be deducted from the next order.

 

If you live in Australia and you would like to place an order over $250-00 (before shipping) you will receive 10% in Stampin Up Rewards.  Click here to place your order.

 

If you would like to place a smaller order please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.

 

If you would like the current brochure, please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.

 

If you like this blog, and like learning a little about our family traditions or our lives while I inform you about the makings of the cards or quilts that I make, can you indicate by following me, (on the right hand side). Blogging is something new and I am still trying to get a handle on it.


Blessings

Friday, August 28, 2020

Nothing’s Better Than

Hi everyone, 

Do you or your friends like coffee, cocktails or chocolate?  This is the card for you.  I have a daughter and daughter-in-law who love chocolate. I also have a son and a son-in-law who love coffee.  I can see this bundle will be popular in our house.  Or it will be when the girls and I can sit around the table and stamp together again. 


I created this card using the Nothing Better Than Bundle which consists of Nothing’s Better Than Stamp Set and Love You More Than Dies which can be found in the Annual Catalogue on page  91 and 176, ©2020 Stampin' Up!®.  I used Bermuda Bay, Chocolate Chip and Whisper white card stock. I also coloured the cup in with Bermuda Bay Stampin Blends and Bronze Stampin Blends. 

Have you used Stampin Up products before. One of the reasons that I became a demonstrator/hobbyist was because I love the colour combos.  Stampin Up provides cardstock, ribbon, stamp pad, and matching designer series paper and sometimes matching glitz to enhance the cards.  If you are a bit pedantic with colour combinations Stampin Up is your friend. They certainly have my vote.  


The current Annual Catalogue is available on this blog.  If you would like a Catalogue posted to you, it will cost $9-00.  That can be deducted from the next order. 


If you live in Australia and you would like to place an order over $250-00 (before shipping) you will receive 10% in Stampin Up Rewards.  Click here to place your order.


If you would like to place a smaller order please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you would like the current brochure, please email me on leanne1982@netspace.net.au.


If you like this blog, and like learning a little about our family traditions or our lives while I inform you about the makings of the cards or quilts that I make, can you indicate by following me, (on the right hand side). Blogging is something new and I am still trying to get a handle on it. 


Blessings