Hello! Welcome to StampinByHannah today for Kylie’s International Blog Highlight. I would LOVE it if you would pop over to Kylie’s blog and vote for this card to take part in the July Blog Hop !
I have been having heaps of fun recently with the Rays of Light background stamp. This is certainly one of the gems in this years Annual Catalogue, an perfect for making a simple card very special. Here I inked it in Pale Papaya and then used a Blending Brush to add some Calypso Coral to the outside edges to create a sort of ombre effect.
The ‘Thanks’ is stamped from Biggest Wish (one of my favourite sentiment sets of the moment!), and is in Pacific Point. I don’t use this colour often, but I think it really works with these orange tones on the rest of this card. The stamps in Biggest Wish are super easy to fussy cut, and I think it just adds an extra something to this #simplestamping card!
I finished this one with a trio of the new Fine Sparkle Adhesive-backed Gems in Calypso Coral.
You can find the Supply List for this card HERE, and don’t forget to pop over to Kylie’s Blog to vote!
Hello! Welcome to StampinByHannah today, and to the InspireINK blog hop. This month our challenge was set by the lovely Janice Thomson of JazzleDazzleCrafts… and she set a really tough one; Sunshine, Flowers and Insects. So, I’ve gone a little outside of the theme, but there is an insect / butterfly on this one!
This card uses the Happy Forest Friends suite. I have to admit, this wasn’t something that immediately leapt into my basket, however there as some cute images in the stamp set that I just couldn’t leave behind. The Designer Series Paper is really lovely, there are some very cute-sy images, but also a bunch of really great basic patterns too.
Want more inspiration; hop along the rest of the team and please do leave some comment love along the way;
Hello! Welcome to StampinByHannah for Kylies International Blog Highlight. I will get in early and remind you to pop over to Kylie’s blog to vote for your favourite cards this month. My card today was inspired by a card in the new Annual Catalogue (don’t you just love that its an Inspiration book as well as a catalogue?), although I have changed the colour, stamps and Designer Series Paper from the version in the book!
This card actually uses a bunch of left over pieces from my Team Retreat a few weeks ago! The paper (Symbols of Fortune) was part of a Make and Take I didn’t get around to making (no surprises there!), and the Gold Metallic Paper a gift from my team leader.
The Butterfly stamp is taken from Amazing Silhouettes, which is currently bundled with the Amazing Thanks Dies. Top Tip here; make sure you have the Adhesive Sheets for these dies, it makes them SO much easier to layer up.
Hello! Welcome to StampinByHannah. Today’s card is for Kylie Bertucci’s International Blog Highlight, and features the Abstract Beauty suite. I LOVE this suite SO much! Its’ just so much fun, and this card is super easy to put together as its a pre-printed notecard, and a bunch of ephemera!
The Thank You sentiment is taken from the coordinating Hello Beautiful stamp set, and I simply stamped and heat embossed it in Gold onto a pre-printed label! Super simple!
Hello! Time for another trip around the InspireINK blog hop. This month the theme has been set by the very lovely Heidi from FlutterbyHeidi. She’s been very clever and chosen ‘Something Old, Something New’. I’ve chosen a new die set, and an older stamp set for my project.
I am bit of a sucker for this colour combination; Shaded Spruce, Garden Green, Old Olive and Blushing Bride, along with Basic White, a touch of Vellum and a hint of Gold.
The leaves in the background are from Forever Fern. A firm favourite stamp set in my stamp room! I love that I can layer just about as many leaves as I can, and it still looks great! Where the sentiment is a brand new die set; Amazing Thanks. Die cut in Basic White and Blushing Bride. I always use Adhesive Sheets with this type of die, it just makes these so easy to stick down.
This card was almost finished, but something just didn’t look quite right. So, I added a rectangle of Vellum and a trio of Brushed Brass Butterflies.
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Are you ready? Can you believe this… I’ve actually managed to film a video for you this week! I shared a card over on my Instagram in December (I post even more inspiration over there if you’re not already following me, do check it out), but had a question about measurements last week and thought it a perfect card to kick of 2022 and some new videos! I hope you enjoy
Hello! Welcome to StampinByHannah! If you’re a regular here you’ll know that this is an unusual time for me to post, but one of the things I want to do in 2022 is get back to some sort of regular posting here. So, I’m taking part in Kylie’s Blog Highlights this month. If you like my card, please consider voting for it. You can find all the details of what to do over onKylies Blog.
The theme is Thank You. I actually already had this card sat on my desk when I added this blog event to my diary, so I just had to use it. This card uses a few new items that are coming in the January-June catalogue that is coming tomorrow morning!
So, keeping this post short and sweet. Thank you for stopping by today and I hope to see you here again soon.
Well hello there! Yes, I’m not blogging at my usual 7AM slot today, but I have been trying to write this blog post for 2 days and I just want to share this card!
I get the emails from the Global Design Project every week, and every week I think “Yes, I’ll make a card for that challenge” and somehow it never quite works out. This week its thanks to the 2 year old who thinks that her bed is for jumping on and nothing else! (Anyone know how to get a 2 year old to stay in bed, please let me know the secret!)
Anyway, that’s a bit of topic isn’t it! So, the Global Design Project challenge this week is “Thank you”, and the beautiful Hand-Penned suite landed in my craft room last week and I’ve been itching to play. The two go together beautifully.
I saw a post on Instagram over the weekend about ‘faux embossing’ and I thought that the dies in the Penned Flowers die set (part of the Hand-Penned Petals bundle) would work super well for this. So the background here, is 3 die cuts cut from Basic White cardstock (with Adhesive sheet on the back!) and layered onto a panel of Basic White cardstock. How cool does this look! Love it!
I um’ed and ah’ed for ages about what to layer behind the heat embossed, fussy cut, sentiment piece, and I did nearly just adhere it on and leave it. But then the flowers in the stamp set caught my eye and I thought they’d be perfect.
The Hand-Penned suite coordinates perfectly with the Beautifully Penned Designer Series paper which is currently available for FREE with a £45 during Sale-a-bration (ends at the end of this month!). I love this paper; which is the perfect greyscale version of the Hand-Penned papers and they work wonderfully together.
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Welcome to StampinByHannah today, I am always so grateful for your visit. Today it’s time for another Inspire.Create.Challenge, and this week we have a fabulous colour challenge for you all.
I am often inspired by the colour combinations in the Stampin’ Up! catalogue, and this one was taken from the Valentines suite this year. Love You Always can be used for so much more than Valentines though, and I thought it a good time (on Valentines day) to give you a heap of inspiration with the suite that’s not totally loved up!
I shared a couple of Ink Blended cards on Friday, and this card also used the Blending Brushes to create this pretty background. I took a piece of the True Love Designer Series Paper, and blended the two pink tones; Blushing Bride and Rococo Rose using the Stampin’ Up! Blending Brushes.
This Designer Series Paper is so pretty! I love purely Black and White Designer Series Paper packs, just for this reason; being able to add your own colours and totally change the look and feel of it. It’s so fun!
The sentiment on this card is taken from the Heal You Heart Stamp Set which is currently FREE with a £45 order during Sale-a-bration. I’ve heat embossed it onto a die cut piece of Vellum, and layered it over a piece of Sahara Sand card stock.
The card is finished with a trio of the Gilded Gems
Don’t forget to pop over to the Inspire.Create.Challenge blog to see the rest of the Design Teams creations and to add your own makes using this lovely colour combination too!
I LOVE sending Customer thank you cards, I always pop something into the post to say thanks for choosing me as your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator. The fact that you have chosen to shop with me is a huge honour, and really, sending a little handmade thank you is not enough… but there just aren’t enough hours in the day.
Normally I wait until the end of the month to send my Thank you cards, but I made a few of these early for those lovely ladies that shopped my Buy One Get One Free sale earlier in the month. Now, I wouldn’t normally throw 3 stamp sets at one card either but I got a little carried away with the stamping! I do love Stamping you know! lol
Ok, so the sentiment is from Thankful Thoughts, the background is Playful Backgrounds and the flowers are from Crazy About You and punched with the Flower Medallion punch
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