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Sunday 29 January 2023

Dainty Flowers DSP Sale-a-bration Reward


Dainty Flowers DSP is one of my favourite Sale-a-bration rewards for this promotion. This paper is a FREE reward with any purchase of $90.

Thanks to a dose of Covid I had plenty of time to isolate with my Stampin' Up! supplies last week.

Here's what I came up with.

The beautiful designs in this paper pack make it super easy to create stunning cards really quickly. 

For the first card a simply mounted a piece of DSP on an Orchid Oasis card base and added a greeting.

For the next two cards I chopped one of the pieces of DSP into 8 pieces following the floral arrangements. The long piece was added to a Smoky Slate card base that was embossed along one side, along with a hand coloured ribbon and another piece of DSP.

This card uses another piece of the same DSP, just with a greeting stamped in the center.

And again, the same piece of DSP with the addition of a Queen Bee coloured with Blends Markers. The bee is from the Queen Bee stamp set bundle.

Here's a close up of the beautiful bee. The heart in the center is one of the dies cut from Rich Razzleberry and highlighted with a Fine-tipped glue pen.

I'll be back, hopefully tomorrow, with more new creations.

Happy stamping,


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Wednesday 25 January 2023

Colour Creations Blog Hop week 37 - Petal Pink Park


Hello stamping friends, I've finally made it back to the Colour Creations Blog Hop with the Art With Heart Team. Every week the team have been continuing to feature one of the beautiful Stampin' Up! colours. This week we are up to Petal Pink, which is a delicate peach pink that is in the Subtle Colour family.
Petal Pink is used in many of the current Designer Series Papers so I chose to feature the Regency Park DSP from the Jan to June Mini Catalogue. Regency Park DSP co ordinates with both the Petal Park Punch Bundle and the Sentimental Park Stamp and Dies Bundle, both of which I have used on my card.

I matched the colours of the flowers and leaves to one of the sheets of DSP. The center of the flowers were coloured by hand with the Mango Melody and Night of Navy Blends Markers.

To match the leaves I stamped the outline in Shaded Spruce ink and then stamped off the stamp for the solid image that colours in the leaves.

The flowers were cut out using the co ordinating punch and the leaves were fussy cut.

Whilst I had all of the supplies out on my desk I was inspired to crank out one more card.

I'm very happy to have made it back for the blog hop, hopefully I'll be back next week with the next beautiful Stampin' Up! colour, Polished Pink.

Now it's time to see what amazing creation Di Furniss has to share with us.

If you have any problems with the links in our hop please head to Cathy Proctor's blog as she is the wonderful host of our Colour Creations hops and has a complete list of tonight's participants.

Thanks for visiting,

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