Friday, January 3, 2020

Global Stampin' Friends Blog Hop - Party!

Happy Friday everyone!  I'm so excited for the weekend but first it's time for another monthly hop with the Global Stampin' Friends!

This month's theme is all about parties and today we are celebrating because Sale-A-Bration begins today!  Sale-A-Bration is Stampin' Up's biggest party of the year plus its the beginning of the 2020 January-June Mini Catalog!  For my project today, I used one of my favorite new bundles from the catalog, Bonanza Buddies!


I see so many great project ideas coming with this bundle!  I started my project off with a Bermuda Bay card stock base and layered with the new Birthday Bonanza Designer Series Paper.  This pack is so bright and cheery!  I used Whisper White card stock and the tag die to create the base with the Starburst punch and Terracotta Tile card stock.  I layered with Grapefruit Grove card stock and stamped the bird in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink and the Brights Stampin' Write Markers to color in his beak.

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

GSF Blog Hop Participants January 2020
3. Anastasia Radloff - you are here!


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6 comments:

  1. Love it! It feels happy! Thanks for hopping with us :-)

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  2. Brilliant card, Anastasia and I love that DSP. It sure does capture the party theme! Thanks for sharing x

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  3. Such a cute card! You all are going to make me need this set, aren't you!?

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  4. A very cute card! Love this designer series paper too!

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