A Moonlight Thank You

Have I mentioned how much I love the new In Colours for 2014-2016! Have I! oh well, your going to hear it again! I love our new In Colours!

This time I thought I’d have a play with the MoonLight Designer Series Paper Stack. These paper stacks are so handy for a quick card. Instead of the usual 12×12″ size, these stacks (and there are two of them in the annual catalogue and another on its way in the seasonal catalogue – I cant wait!), these stacks are 6 1/2″ by 4 1/2″ (thats 11.4×16.5cm), just a little bigger than your standard size card! Awesome! The Moonlight stack features the new In Colours in their full and beautiful glory, using Blackberry Bliss, Hello Honey and Lost Lagoon (the yummest colours!)Stampin Up! Moonlight thank you

I’ve been playing with Lost Lagoon a bit in the last few weeks, I had a couple of card orders that called for just such a colour, and this card uses my very last piece of Lost Lagoon Cardstock (must order more!), along with a piece of the Moonlight DSP, Work of Art stamp set, and the Something to Say stamp set and coordinating Itty Bitty Accents Punch pack! (LOVE!)

Stampin Up! Moonlight thank you

The Something to Say stamp set features14 sentiment stamps, many of which are designed to be used in pairs, along with 3 accent stamps: a heart, a flower, and a star. Here I’ve used the star, stamped in Lost Lagoon on Whisper White cardstock, and punched them out using the star punch from the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack. The Thank You is also from the same stamp set.

A quick and easy card front, attached to a Lost Lagoon Card base with a few dimensionals



Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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