Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Card and Scrap Layout with Stampin' Up! New products
Enjoyed a great workshop with Jenny and Tanya over the weekend, and created this layout for them, and then all the guest enjoyed making this card. Everyone got to used so many new products, and enjoyed learning new techniques.
I love the coordinate card stock, mixing it with our embossing folders and sanding system. Want to know more contact me for a workshop.
Products used: Stamps - gorgeous grunge (annual catalogue pg 109)
Starburst sayings (new mini pg 34)
Banner Blast (sale-a-Bration catalogue pg 13, FREE with $90 order)
Peachy Keen (new mini pg 18)
Cool Kids (new mini pg 29)
Notable Alphabet (annual catalogue pg 130)
Card Stock: Soft Suede, Very Vanilla, Coastal Cobana co-ordinates card stock , So Saffron,
Designer Series Paper Retro Fresh (new mini pg 19)
Ink: Tangarine Tango, Soft Suede, So Saffron, Coastal Cobana
Accessories: Big Shot machine, Chevron embossing folder, On Folm framelits, Starburst framelits,
Artisan Label Punch, burlap ribbon, banner punch (FREE with $90 order, washi tape,
Heat embossing products, Banner framelits, sanding system and distressing tool.
You just boots like these, to collect the eggs, and visit the horses. but you need to clean them too.
Your turn now to go create a layout, hope you got some inspiration to do your own.
Thanks for stopping by. You can pin any of these ideas to Pinterest , thanks to Kelly Kent from Bunbury WA, Kelly put the button on for me. Thank You.
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