Sunday, August 29, 2021

Share it Sunday Blog Hop- Textures & Frames Stamp Set


Thank you for joining us for our blog hop today! We are a group of Stampin' Up! ® Demonstrators from around the globe who are here to share a project with you today to give you creativity and inspiration.  Share it Sunday allows us to do any type of project so you will see several different layouts and stamp sets on this hop and get hopefully get inspired to create your wish list and earn some FREE Sale-A-Bration orders with your demonstrator who you always shop with. 

I have chosen to use the Textures & Frames Stamp set to create a fun background for my card today.  It makes amazing backgrounds for a card front and the color choices are endless.  My color palette today is Polished Pink, Magenta Madness, Melon Mambo and Flirty Flamingo inks along with Stazon for my sentiments.  

I started with the Polished Pink ink and stamped some circles on a piece of basic white cardstock that measures 3 7/8" x 5 1/8".  I then went with Magenta Madness and then Flirty Flamingo just filling in the spaces.  You can always go back and add in more so don't go crazy at first.  When you are happy with the amount of circles I took the splatter stamp in Melon Mambo to fill in the white space. I did stamp this color off before stamping on cardstock.  

I then stamped my sentiment from the Happiest of Birthdays stamp set in Stazon ink.  I then adhered it to a layer of Basic Black cardstock that measure 4" x 5 1/4". I added a piece of Polished Pink Open Weave Ribbon tied in a knot at the top!  I added this layer to my card base of Polished Pink cut at 4 1/4" x 11" and scored at 5 1/2" using dimensionals.  I then added some basic Rhinestones to finish the front off. 

For the inside I used a 4" x 5 1/4" piece of Basic White and stamped my sentiment from from the In Your Words stamp set that is the hostess set in the Sale-A-Bration brochure.  I then stamped a circle again in each ink of Polished Pink, Magenta Madness and Flirty Flamingo to carry my design to the inside.  

I hope you enjoyed my card today and I hope that you enjoy the whole hop with us!  We would love for you to hop along and leave comments, although not necessary they are appreciated.  Below you will find a complete blog hop list below so you can hop along. Hope you join our next hop as well. 


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Saturday, August 21, 2021

Stamping With Friends Blog Hop- Little Delights Stamp Set


Hello and welcome to the Stamping With Friends Blog Hop! Thank you so much for joining us for our hop this time around the theme is Bloggers Choice!  We are free to design a card of our choice! We are a group of Stampin' Up! ® Demonstrators from around the globe that are here to share our inspiration and creativity with you!  

I have chosen to use the Little Delights stamp set in the July-January mini catalog for my card today!  I kept my card pretty simple, and no bling as I made a male version for a birthday card. But you can do this layout with so many color and bling options if you wish too as I have as well.  

My card base is Pacific Point and is cut at 4 1/4" x 11" and then scored at 5 1/2".  My Granny Apple Green layer is cut at 4" x 5 1/4" and embossed with the Star-Crossed Embossing Folder.  My Pumpkin Pie layer is cut at 3 3/4" x 5" and my Basic White is cut at 3 1/2" x 4 3/4". The inks I used on my card are also the same 3 colors and Tuxedo Black Memento.  

I simply stamped my party hats on a diagonal in the bottom half of the piece of Basic White alternating colors and then filling in blank spots at the end.  I stamped my sentiment in top left and that is it for my card front to keep it more masculine.  

For my inside layer I have a piece of Basic White cut at 4" x 51/4".  My sentiment comes from Biggest Wish stamp set.  And then I put the party hats across the bottom in alternating colors as well.  

I hope you have enjoyed my card today and I hope you will make the complete hop with us to see what everyone has come up with for their bloggers choice for a card!  Just click on the next image below to be sent to the next blog hop in our hop!  If you get lost you can find the complete list below that image to hop that way as well. 

If you happened upon my blog from a different social media site and you don't have a current demonstrator and have built a shopping list I would love to earn your business.  You can click my Shop Now button on top of my blog to go to my online shopping store. If you need catalogs sent to you please send me an email at  Again thank you for joining us and hop you enjoyed our hop! 

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Paper Crafting Blog Hop August 2021- Flowers of Friendship Bundle


Hello and welcome to the Paper Crafting Monthly Blog Hop for August. Our theme this month is to highlight all the wonderful punches we have in our catalogs!  We are a group of global Stampin' Up! ® Demonstrators from around the world who hop together each month to share creativity and inspiration with you in a variety of different themes and products!  We are happy to have you join us and hope you make a complete hop with us, and while comments are not required we greatly appreciate them!  You have have arrived from Joy's blog where she shared a wonderful project with us. 

I have decided to use the Flowers of Friendship bundle, which features the Flowers of Friendship stamp set and the Flowers & Leaves punch and it can be found in our annual catalog.  My card base is thick basic white and is cut to 4 1/4" x 11", scored at 5 1/2".  My basic black layer is cut to 4 1/8" x 5 3/8" and then my basic white is cut at 4" x 5 1/4".  

I stamped my sentiment in Memento black ink in the lower right hand corner of the white layer.  I then used scraps of basic white and memento ink to stamp 10 of the larger flower and 5 of the smaller flower and 5 of each of the small and big leaves.  I used stampin' blends to color all of my leaves and flowers.  I used light and dark in polished pink, poppy parade, granny apple green, mango melody, magenta madness and bermuda bay.  I used light black blend for center of flowers.  Once colored I punched them all out.  

I layered the two larger flowers and small flower with glue dots, with the large ones offset from each other.  I then adhered them to my card using dimensionals.  I then used glue dots to tuck the leaves in under each flower. To finish off the front I added a small basic rhinestone to each center.  

For the inside I stamped my sentiment with Memento black ink again, and then stamped each of the small flowers in the same colors I used on the front.  

I hope you have enjoyed my card I shared with you today featuring our punches.  I hope you continue with our hop and visit everyone who participated today to gain some inspiration and creativity. Perhaps you will even have a shopping list and earn FREE Sale-A-Bration items when finished with your demonstrator.  Please click the image below to go to Shirley's blog and see what she has waiting for us. 

Here is the Complete Blog Hop List for you as well. 
If you happened on the blog hop from another social media platform and currently do not have an active Stampin' Up! demonstrator I would love to gain your business.  You can visit my website to order any supplies you liked during this hope right HERE.  You can also request a catalog for me to send you by sending an email at if you want one.  Thanks for hopping with us today, see you next month!