I have just had a fabulous stampcamp craft retreat this past weekend and I managed to have a play with this new suite.
This suite is available for us demonstrators last month and will be available for sale starting March 2 for customers.
Here is a teaser for what Ive come with using this suite.
First off a scrapbooking layout.
..and a set of cards I made for the stampcamps service project. All of the cards are going to the Burns Unit in Auckland Nz. The burns units Ive been involved with (3 over the 30 odd years) I have had a relationship with as Ive had to take blood off them for testing. It is extremely challenging to get blood of burns patients and they normally have ports in but they often fail or get bugs so my profession as a phlebotomist comes into play then.
I really enjoyed using this suite and the 6×6 DSP pack is to die for IMO!
This suite is now available for purchase! Contact me today if you would like to purchase and live in New Zealand.
Welcome to our February Blog hop! Welcome from Mai Chapelains awesome LO!
This month our theme is Bingo which our Design Team Member Sherry Roth came up with. I just love this idea!
I used an Alphabet set for my title, splatter and 2 or more photos.
Heres what I came up with ..my first scrapbooking LO of my new arrival to my family! She was my Christmas present!
I was inspired by our dogs rug to use the True Love DSP for this Layout. Other products used are Dandy Laser Cut Papers, Heart Charms (oops not on second pic) and Resin Hearts from the January-June Mini Catalogue. I used the Stitched So Sweetly Dies and Playful Alphabet Dies from the Annual Catalogue. The splatter use just using a brush with memento black ink and flicking it.
So off we go to the next blog ..the lovely and talented Sherry Roth!
Please see a list of all the blogs on this blog hop below.
This month its my turn to select the theme and Ive chosen ..
December being a month that we often get together I thought we would celebrate our togetherness.
Of course…for some people that wont be happening this year with the covid pandemic!
Living in New Zealand, we have been lucky not to be affected too much so this LO I did was from a couple of weeks ago. Celebrating my Aunties 69th Birthday with her and a lot of our family. It was so nice to see her and most of my cousins too. She has had to move into a retirement home. All of us Cuzzies and Aunties managed to catch up on the day.
Ive used Sahara Sand 12×12 and used a few new products available in January. So this is a sneak peek! Stamps I used were Textured Essentials (152612), Dies are Playful Alphabet (AC 152706) and I fussy cut out the banners from the Little Treats Stamp set (HC 153376) The Paper, the laser cut die and the dies for my journalling (still to do) are in our new catalogue available next month
So thanks for joining me and everyone else in this blog hop!!! We are off to the next blog .. Cheryl Taylor!
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This month our Monthly blog hop theme is courtesy of
So here is my Layout. Its a sad occasion when you lose a loved pet but it is part of nature isnt it? I wished they live forever!
I have used Magic in This Night DSP for this LO (HC 153517), Square Vellum Doilies (AC 152484), Playful Pets trim (AC 152466), Elegant Faceted gems (AC 152464), Playful Alphabet dies (AC 152706) and a new bundle available for customers next month …Quite Curvy Bundle (156228)
Hello! Ive been a very busy bee the last couple of months on farm and in my day job so sorry about the lack of posts!
This months Challenge is from Courtenay Heuston
……and the theme is…..
My Layout is celebrating my MILs 80th Birthday!
I still have to journal but Ive used In Good Taste DSP (152494), Retired Early Expresso 12×12 Cardstock, Gold Hoops (152474), Label me lovely punch (151296), Playful Alphabet (154087) and a non SU laser cut wooden title.
This event was 2 years ago this week..so glad to have finally scrapbooked it!
This month our theme courtesy of Creative Team member Mai Chappelain. her theme is Monochromatic!
I just adore doing monochromatic LOs and here is mine using Rococco Rose.
I have also used In Good Taste DSP (152494), Forever Gold Laser Cut Specialty Paper (152493), Many Layered Blossoms Dies (153582), Playful Alphabet Dies (152706), Stitched So Sweetly Dies (151690), Roccoco Rose Cardstock and Ribbon and I used the blends to colour the ribbon and the title. Im having a senior moment on the embossing folder and think it is Tasteful Textures!
This Layout is a bit interactive because I actually love to hide some photos and journalling!
Ive told all of my family to take the Layouts out of the pocket pages as I might have written raw journalling somewhere that I don’t want to be seen online or weird and wonderful photos that are just for my family and not for anyone else to see!
Of course these ones are all okay…well the daughter might disagree with her goofy smile…just love it! Haha!
So off we go to my fellow Creative Team Member Mais beautiful LO!
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Scrapbooking Global blog hop is courtesy of Design Team Member Sherry Roth
Here is my Layout..I have to say I have really enjoyed this challenge! A great opportunity to get some old photos out!
I’ve used the Ornate Garden Suite (154153) for this Layout. This Suite includes 2 Bundles, an Embossing Folder, Ribbon combo, Specialty DSP and Gilded Gems. I just love the dies in this Suite! I also used Label Me Bold Stamp set. (151631 Mini Catalogue)
Next up on our Blog Hop is Libby Dyson.
Please click on the blue box below to see a list of all the blogs on our April blog hop.
Welcome to our Monthly Tutorial and Blog Hop! This month we are showcasing a brand new suite that is available for purchase this month and is in our new Annual Catalogue!
So our Stamping Society once again has pulled out all stops and come up with 6 amazing tutorial! Heres a sneek peek of them.
How can you get these tutorials?
You can get these tutorials from our worldwide design team by buying the tutorials ($10.25 NZD from me or equivalent in each market) or if you spend $37 worth of Stampin” Up! products from me, you can get these tutorials for free. My SU team also get these for free.
Here is my blog hop card!
What I love about this Suite is the dies! OMG I am in love with them all! The embossing folder is another love ..so gorgeous!
So off we go on our blog hop….please click on the blue box below to see a list of our six blogs for this hop.
Thanks for visiting and keep safe! Im an essential worker (I take blood in my day job) so please please stay at home, wash your hands often and dont touch your face.
Much love to you all during this trying time for all.
This Months theme is is from DT member Mai Chapelain -Black and White Photo!
Here’s my take on the theme.
I used the Positive Thoughts Stamp set (Mini Catalogue pg 23 151490) and the matching dies (153586) which you can now purchase separately now (until the end of March 2020)
Other supplies I used were Country Club DSP (MC 151314), Perrenial Essence DSP (AC 149100), Petal Pink Metallic Edge Ribbon (MC 151194) Whisper White 12×12 CS, Petal Pink CS and Ink, Basic Grey CS and Ink, Gray Granite CS and Ink and Hand Lettered Prose Dies (AC 149550)
So off we go to Sharnies blogto see what shes come up with using Black and White Photo as the theme. You will be AMAZED!
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This month our Monthly Online tutorial is using the Timeless Tulips bundle You can get these tutorials from our worldwide design team by buying the tutorials ($10.25 NZD or equivalent in each market) or if you spend $37 worth of Stampin” Up! products from me, you can get these tutorials for free.
Below is a sneak peek of all of our tutorials
And as usual we are having a blog hop today so here is my blog hop card.
The colours I used for this card were Old Olive and Lovely Lipstick.
I love to think outside the square with stamps and this just showcases that you can make other flowers out of the tulip stamp set. I think this still looks like a tulip but a Peony Tulip? What do you think?
Please check out the other Design Team Members on our blog hop by clicking on the little blue box below