Stampin Blends – Beautiful Day!

Hi all,

See what I did with the title of today’s blog?

I used the fantastic Stampin Blends to colour the rose from the Beautiful Day stamp set.  I am just loving these Stampin Blends so easy to colour with.

Firstly I embossed the rose in copper emobossing powder and then I used the Rich Razzleberry Stampin Blend combo pack (dark and light) and for the the leaves the old olive combo pack.  The cardstock is sweet sugarplum and whisper white.  Sweet Sugarplum is one of the 2016/2018 in colours so making the most of it.  Unfortunately the ribbon I used is retired but I had to use it up.   I just love it and it ties in nicely, I think with the Rich Razzleberry rose.

Don’t forget to book in for the launch event on Sunday 25th February!

I have also been doing a spot of scrapbooking.  Something I intend to do more of this year as I have so many photos to put into albums.  These two pages are of the couple of days we spent at Heron Island.  Had a fantastic time and just had to scrapbook some photos.  Still have a heap to do but thought I would share my two pages I did today.  The little wooden embellishments are the only products which are not Stampin Up.  This will be a double page spread in the album.

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Hope you like today’s card and scrapbooking  Would love to have some feedback!

If you would like to know more about these products or would like to book a workshop or class to learn how to use the Stampin Blends, please contact me on 0419721561 to book.

Look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Product List

Sweet Sugarplum 3/8" (1 Cm) Ruched Ribbon

Sweet Sugarplum 3/8″ (1 Cm) Ruched Ribbon
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$14.00

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