Today I’m excited to bring you a blog hop with some of the awesome ladies in the Art With Heart Stampin’ Up! Team.
Today is the first day of the brand new Occasions Stampin’ Up! Seasonal Catalogue in Australia and also the very first day of our biggest promotion of the year, Sale-a-bration!
If you place an order with me during Sale-a-bration, you can choose a free item with every $90 you spend in one transaction. There are lots of fabulous free items to choose from (ask me for a brochure and an Occasions Catalogue) and the promotion goes right through until 31st March.
Better still, become part of our awesome fun, friendly and supportive Art With Heart team. We have a really large team Australia wide that has been around since Stampin’ Up! came to Australia. We have a very active team forum and also have in person stamp days, challenges, card swaps, product shares and more. When you join during Sale-a-bration, you get to choose whatever you like from our catalogues, but pay just $169 for $255 worth of product (that’s a 33% discount!). It’s quick and easy to join online too. Ask me how!
Now let’s get into showing you what you can make with the great new products in the Occasions and Sale-a-bration catalogues. You have come to my blog from Kathryn Mangelsdorf.
I couldn’t wait to use some of my 2014 Sale-a-bration and Occasions catalogue items along with the Circle Card Framelits. I just adore the Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper which can be a free gift to you with a $90 order.
Here is the card (closed) that I want to share with you today that I die cut with the Circle Card Thinlits pack.
and here it is opening with a different piece of the DSP adhered to the inside of the card and a blank section in the centre to write your birthday message.
and here it is open fully. The “yay” sentiment and the piece it’s adhered to, are also part of the Circle Card Thinlits pack!
to create the stamped flower image, I used the technique called Kissing. To do this, you ink up the flower stamp with the Pool Party ink, then ink up another stamp with the black ink. Press (KISS) the 2 stamps together before stamping the flower onto the white cardstock.
Would you like to see more? Yes?
Well here is another small project using the same products, a large post-it note holder!
and here it is open (if you would like the dimensions on how to create your own post-it note holder, just send your request via email or comment below!
and some of the detail of the crystal effects and Dazzling Details on the flower!
Let’s keep this blog hop hopping. Next up we have Ros Davidson.
Thanks for visiting today. Don’t forget to email me at email@example.com to get a copy of the Occasions Seasonal Catalogue or Sale-a-bration brochure, or to enquire about joining the Art With Heart team.
Be sure to leave a comment on each demonstrators blog to let them know what you think and that you have hopped on by!
Many thanks for hopping by and happy crafting,
Below is the full list of ladies taking part in today’s blog hop in case you find a broken link along the way!
Kate Morgan (that’s me!)
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Both lovely cards.
Love what you have done with the SAB products and a great idea for the larger post it note holder
Gorgeous projects Kate!
I am in love with this DSP and you made it pop on these projects
Me too Kathryn, just love Sweet Sorbet DSP!
So lovely Kate. Love the colours and the bling of the glimmer paper
BEAUTIFUL use of the Sweet Sorbet papers, Kate. How great does the silver glimmer paper look with them?! Love the ‘kissed’ flower on your flip card – so pretty.
Your card is totally gorgeous Kate! Such soft colours and it looks fabulous with the Silver Glimmer paper.Your post it note holder is awesome! What a sweet gift. The Crystal Effects looks so great on that flower. Great to see you in your first blog hop. Looking forward to stamping together again soon! Enjoy your upcoming classes.
I like the note holder. Could you send to me the directions, it would greatly be appreciated. Thanks. PenLin7473@aol.com
Linda, I started with a piece of card 190cm x 150cm, then placed the longer edge in the Simply Scored Tool and scored at 9,10&11cm. Glad you liked my project.
Beautiful projects, Kate that show off the lovely Sweet Sorbet DSP so well.