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Seaside Bay and Adorable Owls

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Week 34 – Pacific Point

Tomorrow the excitement continues with the release of the new January – April Mini catalogue and Sale•a•bration (5 Jan-28 Feb), where you earn free product with every $90 that you spend! Do you have a list of products that you have your eyes on? Tonight, I’ll share a suite that I fell in love with straight away when I saw this new catalogue we received at our event in Sydney in mid-November.

The By The Bay Suite has a Seaside Bay stamp set & dies bundle, Balmy Blue & White Ribbon, Flat Adhesive Backed Pearls embellishments and some stunning By the Bay SDSP with gold foiling and Pearl Coating on it!

My card tonight, I’m using the designer papers and the Seaside Bay Bundle.

By the Bay SDSP 2023

I started with a Pacific Point 29cm x 10.5cm card base, folded in half at 14.5cm. I cut 3 strips of different papers that measure 14cm x 3cm and glued them to the card front.

Seaside Bay card for Pacific Point CCBH by Kate Morgan Stampin Up Australia 2023

I die cut the shell twice in Gold Foil and glued them together. The sentiment is stamped on Basic White card and a banner cut on the left using Paper Snips, before sponging Pacific Point ink around the edges with a sponge dauber. This was glued to the card and the shell on top with a Flat Adhesive-backed Pearl added.

On the inside, I added a Basic White card insert, sponged the edges and added an offcut of the DSP and some Pacific Point card to the bottom edge, along with a couple of smaller Gold Foil shells.

Seaside Bay card for Pacific Point CCBH by Kate Morgan Stampin Up Australia 2023 insert

You can buy this stamp & die bundle and earn a free item during Sale•a•bration from tomorrow. One of these items is the appropriately named, Adorable Owls stamp set.

Adorable Owls on swing card for Pacific Point CCBH by Kate Morgan Stampin Up Australia SAB 2023

The image is stamped in Black Memento ink on Basic White card and coloured with Balmy Blue, Crumb Cake & Calypso Coral Combo Blends Markers. The swing is made using Kraft Paper, the Stitched Rectangle dies and some 2022-2024 In Color Baker’s Twine.

Adorable Owls on swing card for Pacific Point CCBH by Kate Morgan Stampin Up Australia SAB 2023 close up

The Heart Pearls are coloured with the Melon Mambo Dark Blends Marker. The leaf/branch is from the Framed Florets dies with the Dandy Designs DSP (Level 2 SAB). The Basic White insert has a strip of DSP added to the bottom to tie in with the card front!

Adorable Owls on swing card for Pacific Point CCBH by Kate Morgan Stampin Up Australia SAB 2023 insert

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Fitting Florets meets Adorable Owls

Happy New Year everyone. I hope you have recovered from the festive season and are looking forward to a big 2023! With the excitement looming with the release of the new January – April Mini catalogue and Sale•a•bration (5 Jan-28 Feb) on 5 January, I thought I’d pop by and share some cute cards I’ve made using the Adorable Owls stamp set (Level 1 SAB offering).

The images are stamped in Black Memento ink on Basic White card and coloured with Pool Party, Pale Papaya, Light SU900 & Medium SU500 Combo Blends Markers. They are die cut with the Layering Circles Framelits dies and the scallop circle layer is cut in card.

Fitting Florets meet Adorable Owl by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia SAB 2023.

The Fitting Florets DSP which I’ve used in the background, will be retiring tomorrow, so if you need it (like I did), you’ll need to get moving and place your order 😆  I adore this particular sheet with the Night of Navy and Polished Pink design. I cut a Basic White layer slightly smaller than the card front, then the DSP slightly smaller again. I cut 4cm off the bottom of the DSP and flipped it over to have the reverse pattern showing. Glue these to the white layer then wrap a piece of Polished Pink Open Weave Ribbon around and across where the DSP joins. Now it can be glued to the card base.

Fitting Florets meet Adorable Owl by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia SAB 2023

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Sneak Peek of Two-Tone Flora Bundle

Today, I have created a predominantly Basic White card with a gorgeous pop of colour. 

The gorgeous background is a large intricate die that I put Adhesive Sheet on the back of the Basic White card before die cutting. This then creates a sticky back once you remove the backing paper instead of using glue and making a big mess. This is adhered to the card base like a sticker.

Next step was to ink up some of the flowers and I decided to do a tone on tone for each one. The darker tone is the colour at full strength, then the lighter tone is stamped off once or some call it second generation stamping. Colour Combination Old Olive Bermuda Bay Daffodil Delight Fresh Freesia Orchid Oasis Pumpkin Pie Polished Pink

Sneak peek of new 2023 Mini catalogue product using Stampin Up Two-Tone Flora Bundle by Kate Morgan, Australia 2022

Each flower and the leaves have coordinating dies, so no fussy cutting needed. The leaves are stamped in Old Olive ink. Four of the flowers are popped up on Stampin’ Dimensionals and the others glued directly to the card.

Sneak peek of new 2023 Mini catalogue product using Stampin Up Two-Tone Flora Bundle by Kate Morgan, Australia 2022 close up

The sentiment is stamped in Old Olive ink using the Framed Florets stamp set, then fussy cut with Paper Snips. Some Wink of Stella was added to the centres of each flower. Some new gold Adhesive-backed Sequin embellishments were added to finish it off nicely. All of these stamps, dies, sequins will be available to order from 5 January 2023, or now if you are a demonstrator, or add them to your starter kit and join to save on all your craft products!

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Soft Suede Blog Hop ~ Two different techniques using the Stamparatus!

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Week 46 – Soft Suede

Tonight I have two cards for you, both using the Stamparatus to show you how wonderful this product is and if you like things perfect, this is the tool for you!

Card 1 – is a masculine card using For The Record stamp set. My card base is Basic Black with a layer of Soft Suede which has two sentiments stamped down the right side using the Stamparatus and the hinged stamping technique. This means you stamp once, move the acrylic plate down one notch and stamp again and repeat to have a uniform pattern. I stamped these in Soft Suede and Memento Black inks.

For the Record Masculine card for Soft Suede Colour Creations blog hop by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022.

The record image is stamped in Versamark Ink onto Basic Black card. I added Clear Emboss Powder and heat set it with my Heat Tool.  I cut it out using the Layering Circles dies. I added a few Dimensionals to the back of the record but didn’t take off the Dimensional backings. Leave them on so the record spins. I pierced a hole through the centre of the record and the Suede layer using the Take Your Pick Tool and added a brad, gently closing it at the back. These layers are added to the card base with Dimensionals. Now the record spins!!!

The heart is Real Red card and cut using the Give It a Whirl dies and added to the brad with a glue dot.

For the Record Masculine card for Soft Suede Colour Creations blog hop by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022

On the inside, I placed a Basic White card insert and partially stamped the record three times across the bottom in Soft Suede ink.

For the Record Masculine card for Soft Suede Colour Creations blog hop by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 side

Card 2 – uses the Nothing’s Better Than stamp set and coordinating Love You More Than dies.

My card base is Thick Basic White with layers of Soft Suede and Symbols of Fortune Specialty DSP. The stamped top layer is created using the Stamparatus and the Wreath Builder technique or Stamping in the Round (SITR) technique. The cookie outline is Soft Suede ink and the solid fill image is Crumb Cake ink. It reminds me of a plate of cookies sitting on a marble benchtop 🙂

Nothing's better than SITR card for Soft Suede Colour Creations blog hop by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022

You can see the die cut word ‘cookies’ has a 3D raised look – I applied an Adhesive Foam Sheet to the back of the Soft Suede layer and die cut this word in the centre, before gluing the white stamped layer on top to cover it up! This also gave this top section some extra depth.

Nothing's better than SITR card for Soft Suede Colour Creations blog hop by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 close up

On the inside stamped with Crumb Cake and Soft Suede inks and the same on the envelope!

Nothing's better than SITR card for Soft Suede Colour Creations blog hop by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 inside

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Centre Step Fancy Fold cards

Here are two centre step cards that I case’d from Cheryl Algie, using the New Horizons Designer Series Paper and the On the Horizon Bundle and In The Moment stamp set.

The first card is a Misty Moonlight card base, New Horizons Designer Series Paper, Pebbles Enamel Shapes. The birds are stamped in Misty Moonlight ink. The grass and trees are die cut from Evening Evergreen card. The mountains are die cut from Misty Moonlight and Basic White card. These are adhered with Multipurpose Glue.

Centre Step card using Stampin Up New Horizons DSP & On the Horizon by Kate Morgan Auatralia 2022

On the inside

Centre Step card using Stampin Up New Horizons DSP & On the Horizon by Kate Morgan Auatralia 2022 inside

My second card is a Blackberry Bliss card base and In The Moment stamp set. The birds are stamped in Blackberry Bliss. The main image was stamped in Memento Black ink on Basic White card, fussy cut with Paper Snips and coloured using Stampin’ Blends Marker Combos; Fresh Freesia, Soft Succulent, Pale Papaya, Medium Light SU800, Medium Deep SU300/SU400.

Tall Centre Step card using Stampin Up New Horizons DSP & On the Horizon by Kate Morgan Auatralia 2022

Once coloured I added it to the card with Mini Dimensionals. I finished it off with some Iridescent Rhinestone Jewels.

Tall Centre Step card using Stampin Up New Horizons DSP & On the Horizon by Kate Morgan Auatralia 2022 close up

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Smoky Slate Blog Hop ~ Double Pop Up Gatefold card

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Week 43 – Smoky Slate

Tonight’s fancy fold design has been around for a while now, and I’ve finally had a go creating one! I am using the What’s Cookin’ Bundle (soon to retire 😢) so if you want it buy it, be sure to do so asap.

Double Pop Up Gatefold card using Stampin Up What's Cookin by Kate Morgan, Australia 2022

I started with a Smoky Slate card base for my Double Pop Up Gatefold design. Now that my card has a baking theme, and it is something I love doing with my girls, I thought it appropriate to use the heart pattern (Sweet Talk designer paper) from the 2022 Jan-June Mini catalogue. Real Red is one of the colours in these papers, so that is what I have used for my matt layers.

Firstly, I folded and glued the mechanisms into the card, one at top left and one at bottom right.

Double Pop Up Gatefold card using Stampin Up What's Cookin by Kate Morgan, Australia 2022 mechanism

Once I had all the cardstock layers cut (you can find the measurements below), I stamped the images in Smoky Slate and Real Red ink and die cut some out with the coordinating Cookin’ dies, before gluing all the layers together and placing them onto my card.

Double Pop Up Gatefold card using Stampin Up What's Cookin by Kate Morgan, Australia 2022 open

I love how these stamps have that distinctive look to them!

Double Pop Up Gatefold card using Stampin Up What's Cookin by Kate Morgan, Australia 2022.

Basic Measurements
Smoky Slate Card – base 20cm x 14.5cm (score at 5cm, 15cm), 2 x mechanisms 12cm x 2.5cm score at 2.5cm, 6cm, 8.5cm)
Real Red Card – front side panels x 2 (14cm x 4.5cm), front centre (8.5cm x 5.5cm), inside floating x 2 (6.5cm x 6.5cm), inside flat x 2 (6.5cm x 5cm)
DSP – front side panels x 2 (13.5cm x 4cm)
Basic White card – front centre (8cm x 5cm), inside floating x 2 (6cm x 6cm), inside flat x 2 (6cm x 4.5cm)

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Shaded Spruce Blog Hop ~ Paradise Palms Fancy Fold card

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Week 42 – Shaded Spruce

Tonight’s Pillar Pop Up fancy fold card is fast becoming my favourite! You may have seen my other version on 14 March using Waves of the Ocean.

This is a standard A5 card, but it has a layer at the front reminding me of a diorama, sitting up on two pillars which fold flat for the card to fit into our C6 envelopes.

Paradise Palms Pillar Pop Up Card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022, fancy fold

My card base is Shaded Spruce 21cm x 14.8cm folded in half. Using the Stitched Rectangle dies to create the frame (2, 3, 5 & 6). Use 2 & 6 together for the Shaded Spruce frame and 3 & 5 for the DSP on the frame. Glue the DSP on the frame before adding the palm tree in front and the grass behind. I also stamped and cut out the trio of palms to glue to the inside.

There are two of these pillars at either end behind the front frame, which are created with the same DSP. These allow the frame to sit flat, leaning to the left or the right.

Paradise Palms Pillar Pop Up Card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 fancy fold close up of pillar

The New Horizons Designer Paper was the perfect choice with the Paradise Palms Bundle.

Paradise Palms Pillar Pop Up Card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 fancy fold.

On the inside is some stamped sentiments and palm trees in Shaded Spruce ink.

Paradise Palms Pillar Pop Up Card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 fancy fold inside

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Sahara Sand Blog Hop ~ For the Record, who loves donuts?!!!

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Week 41 – Sahara Sand

Tonight’s sweet donut card is made using the For The Record stamp set. I stamped the record in Sahara Sand ink onto the same colour card and cut it out using the Layering Circles Dies. I cut a second circle the same size for the icing. I used snips to fussy cut the edges to create a more natural icing then stamped the sprinkles from the Sweet Ice Cream stamp set. I used the ‘O’ from the Playful Alphabet dies to cut out the centre. I used the Stitched with Whimsy dies on the card base, running it through the Cut & Emboss Machine, then used my Black Stampin’ Write Marker to draw over the marks to create faux stitching!

For the Record Donut and FAux Stitching by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022

I stamped the sentiments in Sahara Sand ink onto Basic White card and used my paper snips to cut the banners on each end. These were popped up on Dimensionals. Some Basic Rhinestone Jewels are added to finish it off.

For the Record Donut and FAux Stitching by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 close up

On the inside I repeated the faux stitching in the same way as the front of the card!

For the Record Donut and FAux Stitching by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 inside

What do you think of the faux stitching and donut idea?

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Under the Sea card

Today’s card is all about the sea!

While I was on a zoom craft & chat session with my fellow demonstrators last week, I wanted to play with the New Horizons Suite. Well, that was the plan, but it didn’t quite eventuate like that. I got out the New Horizons 6″x6″ DSP, and die cut a full sheet with the two soft edged mountain dies (the ones under the snowy peaks below).

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My card base is Evening Evergreen. I then had a piece of card 5mm smaller than the card base, and started layering the die cut pieces starting at the top of the card. It doesn’t matter if they overhang off the card, as once it’s complete, I cut around the edges of the card so it’s neat and tidy. Doesn’t it create an amazing background?! Glue this to the card base.

Horizon dies, Whale of a Time & Plentiful Plants card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022.

I stamped the whale (Whale Done stamp set) in Coastal Cabana ink and punched it out with the Whale Builder Punch. The foliage is from the Plentiful Plants bundle and I used Old Olive, Soft Succulent and Evening Evergreen inks for variation. These are cut out with the coordinating dies and added with Dimensionals.

I stamped the fish and the larger reeds directly onto the patterned paper background.

Horizon dies, Whale of a Time & Plentiful Plants card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 close up

On the inside I added more of the patterned paper in the same way as the front and stamped the sentiment.

Horizon dies, Whale of a Time & Plentiful Plants card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022 inside

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CCBH Pumpkin Pie: Garden Greenhouse

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Week 38 – Pumpkin Pie

Tonight’s colour is one I am really not a fan of. I find orange a really tough colour to work with, but I guess that is part of our challenge, right?!!! I have used the Garden Greenhouse Bundle for my card tonight.

Garden Greenhouse Bundle card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022

The Pumpkin Pie card base is 21cm x 14.8cm, scored in half. I dry embossed the front with the Pretty Flowers Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (TIEF). The next layer is Basic White and I rounded the corners with the Detailed Trio Punch. Using my Blending Brushes and Butterflies & Flowers Layering Decorative Masks I gently added Pumpkin Pie ink (although I think a little Poppy Parade was still on my brush). I wrapped some Soft Succulent Satin Shimmer Ribbon across the front and adhered to the back of this layer with Stampin’ Seal, then glued it to the card front.

I die cut the scalloped layer in Basic White card using the Scalloped Contour dies. I stamped the greenery in Soft Succulent ink in the background and some flowers in Pumpkin Pie. The greenhouse is die cut in Basic White for the top and Vellum underneath. This was adhered with Tombo Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

TIP: with liquid glue, apply a small amount as it goes a long way. Let it sit for a few minutes until it becomes translucent before adhering to your card. It will still be very sticky but avoids glue oozing out and going where you don’t want it!

I die cut some of the foliage in Basic White card and coloured them with Soft Succulent Blends Combo Markers. I stamped some flowers and used the coordinating die to cut them out. These are all glued to the front of the greenhouse.

Here is a closer look.

Garden Greenhouse Bundle card by Kate Morgan, Stampin Up Australia 2022.

The sentiment is stamped on Pumpkin Pie card with Versamark ink. White Emboss Powder was added then melted with my Heat Tool. I used the Stitched Rectangle dies to cut it out.

The scalloped layer and sentiment are added to the card on Dimensionals.

On the inside, I simply added some Basic White card and stamped some foliage and orange flowers in the bottom corner. The envelope was stamped the same!

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