Bottled Happiness – Sneak Peek

Lot’s happening this week.  As a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I will be attending tomorrow’s session of ON-TOUR. An event focused on networking, stamping, and business training.  Yippee! A perk of attendance was receiving a new stamp set from the upcoming 2022/2023 Annual Catalog.  Four different stamp sets were sent out and I received Bottled Happiness. Continue reading “Bottled Happiness – Sneak Peek”

Brilliant Butterfly – Love You

Two challenges today.  Atlantic Heart Sketch Challenge (#426) and the June SU! Colour Challenge. Here is what I created: Steps: Focal Image: Butterfly Detail (Basic Black cardstock) and Background (Sahara Sand cardstock) were die-cut with the matching dies from the Brilliant Wings Dies set. Background Panel: (5¼” x 4”) Bermuda Bay cardstock dry-embossed with theContinue reading “Brilliant Butterfly – Love You”

Garden Wishes – Best Wishes

Thought I would try my hand at another new Challenge:  Fusion.  I like the concept: use the sketch, use the inspiration photo for theme – color – image separately or fuse the two. Although it was a Mother’s Day theme, I went with a Best Wishes theme. Today, I opted for the Sketch only.  IContinue reading “Garden Wishes – Best Wishes”

Country Home – Thank You

The end of the month is upon us.  Stampin’ Up! gives us a #SIMPLESTAMPING challenge each month and I have a hard time sticking to just Stamps, Paper and Ink.  I so love using embossing folders to add texture and dimension. I decided to use the colors suggested for April by the SU! Colour ChallengeContinue reading “Country Home – Thank You”

A Perfect “Pear” – A Perfect Day

Three Challenges: Sketch: Case-ing Tuesday #297 Color: SU! Color Challenge for March Style: Stampin’ Up! #SIMPLESTAMPING March Challenge Here is what I came up with: For the March #SimpleStamping Challenge, in addition to Stamp – Paper – Ink, we were encouraged to use Designer Series Paper. The SU! Colors for March are: Daffodil Delight, GardenContinue reading “A Perfect “Pear” – A Perfect Day”