Hi everyone! Here is a list of the supplies I used for my sneak peek card yesterday. Pick A Pennant is a new stamp set that will be coming out in June (Item 146499.) It’s also going to be sold as a bundle with the matching Playful Pennants framelits – unfortunately I don’t have those yet so I had to fussy-cut the banners… luckily, it wasn’t that fussy and took no time at all!
This was a fast and simple card to make. The stamp set wasn’t a favourite of mine and had I not received it at OnStage, I’m not sure I would have purchased it. However, after plying with it for this card, I’ve changed my mind! I’m really grateful that I have it and can see a lot of opportunities to make some wonderful, personalized cards.
Hi everyone and welcome to the May edition of the Ink & Share Blog Hop. This month we are featuring sneak peeks from the new annual catalogue that will be available to share on June 1.
I decided to use a stamp set that I had received during the April OnStage. All demonstrators were given this stamp set and I thought it would be a great set to highlight during this hop. The set is called Pick A Pennant and whats great about this set is that there is a matching set for your big shot. It will be available in the new catalogue as a bundle or individually.
I also used stamps from two returning sets, the postage background stamp and swirly birds stamp set.
Click the next image to be taken to Linda Handford’s blog to see what sneak peek she has for you. As usual, the list of all hop participants is below.
Rhonda Waechter – YOU ARE HERE
What did you think of my card? Leave me a comment and let me know your thoughts. Check back tomorrow for a full list of products used to make my card.
Click on the image below to go straight to the Paper Pumpkin website and sign up by June 10 to receive the June 2018 paper pumpkin kit that’s been designed to coordinate with one of the new Stampin’ Up! stamp sets coming out in the new annual catalogue.
Paper Craft Crew
Sketch Challenge #292
Hi everyone! Today I’m posting my submission to the Paper Craft Crew sketch challenge. This is the first time I’ve played along with PCC and I really enjoyed working with their sketch and coming up with my design.
I’ve included a project supply list below if you’d like to see all the items I used to create my card. I added the chair from the seasonal layers thinlits set, however, the florals in the eclectic layers set would have worked just as well. The touches of nature elements were a great fit and I love how one side is natural while the other side is white. The overlays I hadn’t played with before and I really liked how the design fit with the rest of the elements in the card yet was subtle. I think had I used a normal DSP for the banner it would have been too much.
Leave me a comment and let me know what you think.
As promised, here are the supplies needed to make the two cards I featured on the blog hop.
To A Classic:
You’re My Anchor: