Monday, 14 June 2021

Stampin' Up! Bloom Where You're Planted DSP

Hello my crafty friends and welcome to my blog.

Today I am using the Designer Series Paper, Bloom Where You're Planted which is part of the Bloom Where You're Planted Suite of products.


I have made cards before just by using Designer Series Paper. This is primarily using dsp but I added the stamped sentiment which is from the Sentimental Rose Kit. I also couldn't resist using the leaf die (again) from Artistic Dies. If you don't mind a little fussy cutting, this is a simple card with only 2 layers.


As you can see, I have raised the flower pot to give the card some depth using a dimensional and tied some white twine around it. The foliage piece I also cut from a different sheet from the pack of DSP and adhered it just underneath the top of the pot using some liquid glue which I placed a small amount at the bottom, where the stems are. That way, the foliage is free to move and I think it looks more realistic. Originally, my card stopped there but you know how obsessed I am with THAT die and I still had some left over from a previous project so I added some to this. The gold foil against the green is just divine.

I hope you like today's project. If you have any questions, let me know.


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Friday, 11 June 2021

Stampin' Up! Biggest Wish

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It is certainly feeling like winter here in Sydney these past couple of days. The heating is on and my warn wooly socks too.

I have been itching to use this particular sheet of DSP from Beauty of The Earth. The colours are just so vibrant - I love it. Naturally, I had to grab the large scallop die from Scallop Contours Dies. I have a hard time choosing between this scallop die and the small one from Penned Flowers Dies.


I used the Banners Pick-a-Punch on the Bumblebee layer which is 2.5cm (1") wide. The Merry Merlot piece is 1cm (3/4") wide. 


I hope you can see how sparkly the word happy is. My Wink of Stella got a good workout on this project. LOL. I do love a bit of bling/sparkle. Even the butterfly didn't escape and it got an extra special dose of bling with those rhinestones. One always need rhinestones in their stash. Trust me! And remember, you can colour rhinestones with Blends if you didn't want them to look like diamonds - that is what I think they look like.

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Wednesday, 9 June 2021

Stampin' Up! Forever Fern

Hello crafty friends and welcome to my blog.

While the title says Forever Fern, Artistically Inked also features with the coordinating dies Artistic - so beautiful!

Are you wondering where that DSP is from? It is from the Pattern Party DSP pack in the host section (page 171) of the Annual Catalogue. I inked the flowers from Artistically Inked  in Bermuda Bay and Pool Party inks and naturally, I had to add some Wink of Stella so that they sparkle. LOL. With my Bermuda Bay Blends, I coloured in 3 rhinestones and added them to the flower. I had some leaves left over from another project that I had die cut in vellum and fold foil, so I added them to this card and I just love them.


I love this colour combination. The white and black with a splash of blue - so pretty. I also love red, white and black too. Oooooh, pink, black and white! So many combinations to choose from. I used the scallop die from Penned Flowers Dies on the Bermuda Bay layer. I first stamped the sentiment in Momento Black ink, then cut it out using one of the stitched rectangle dies. I didn't measure, but I cut the Bermuda Bay approximately 3mm bigger. I also raised this layer using dimensionals.

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