Thursday, August 15, 2019

Stampin' Friends Blog Hop August 2019 - Fall!

Hello Thursday everyone! The weekend is almost here and it's time for another month with the Stampin' Friends Blog Hop group!
While the rest of the USA is starting to cool down with their temps, Tucson today is in an excessive heat warning (it's supposed to be 108 outside today 😱) but Im looking forward to the day when it does!  Our theme this month is all about fall and showcasing that through our projects.  

The 2019 Holiday Catalog is coming September 4th and as a Stampin' Up Demonstrator, we can preorder holiday items now!  I was so happy to be able to get my hands on the Hello Harvest bundle which has a beautiful stamp set and coordinating punch!



For my card, I started off with a Pretty Peacock cardstock base and layered using the new Come to Gather Designer Series Paper.  I am so in love with this paper!  I love the neutral look of the pumpkins with Pretty Peacock!  I used the Come to Gather Ribbon Combo Pack and a simple watercolor wash with the pumpkin using Watercolor Paper, my Aqua Painter, and Pretty Peacock Ink.

The card tin and 3"x3" notecards are the perfect gift for giving!  I used the Copper Tea Tins wrapped in the same Designer Series Paper and coordinating decorations.  The cards were cut from Pretty Peacock cardstock and Crumb Cake cardstock.  I fussy cut out the leaves and sentiment on the tin was cut using the Story Label Punch that I punched once and then cut that piece down again with the punch!

Make sure to continue on to the next blog in our hop by checking out Barbara Welch's blog next for some more projects by clicking HERE!

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Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop August 2019 - Holiday Catalog Sneak Peek!

Happy Thursday crafters!  The weekend is quickly coming but first it's time for another hop with the Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop group!

The 2019 Holiday Catalog is coming September 4th and I am so excited to share this amazing catalog with you!  Our theme this month is sneak peek of all the amazing products that are coming and for mine, I wanted to use the Harvest Hellos Bundle!  I LOVE fall and pumpkins are my favorite thing to decorate so this set was the perfect choice for me!


I started my project off with a Cajun Craze cardstock base and stamped a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock with the Birch background stamp inked in Crushed Curry.  The Birch background stamp is so versatile and can be used in a variety of projects.

The Come to Gather Designer Series Paper is a perfect choice for any fall crafting! The colors in this package are perfect for my card and I used a piece that coordinates and the Come to Gather Ribbon Combo Pack ties everything together!

Make sure to continue on in our blog hop by visiting any of our blogs listed below!




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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Colour Combo Blog Hop - August 2019

Happy Wednesday everyone!  August is quickly flying by and it's time for another month with the Colour Combo Blog Hop!
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This month's colors are right up my alley!  I love these three colors together and was so excited to see the color choices for this month.  I knew right away I wanted to do a watercolor focal point color project and the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set is a perfect choice!


I started off with a Pacific Point cardstock base and stamped the smaller flower in coordinating ink to give it the tone on tone look.  I used Pear Pizzaz for my base layer and Watercolor Paper for my top.  I stamped the two flowers in StazOn ink so that the ink wouldn't bleed when I watercolored.

After I stamped, I used the Nested Stitched Shapes Dies to cut a piece right out of the middle of the flowers and using my Aqua Painter, I picked up ink from my ink pads and spot colored certain petals and stems.  To make the colors stand out even more, I used my Stampin' Dimensionals to pop out the die cut.  My sentiment was stamped using Pacific Point ink on coordinating cardstock for a final finish.

Make sure to continue on to the next blog in our hop by checking out Samira Merzouk's blog by clicking HERE or the next button below!

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