Bright Birthdays

As part of the joining offer during Sale-a-Bration, you can earn a FREE set of Designer Series Paper (DSP). When I say set, I mean 5 PACKETS!!! of yet to be released paper from the upcoming Annual Catalogue in June. That’s right, you can get them ahead of everyone. Even demos can no longer get their hands on these, as the pre-order time period is over. So if you join my team before 28th February 2021, you can earn the paper that made this card.

Of the five packs, I chose to go with the Brights collection. I usually fall into the trap of sticking to the Subtles or the Regals, so took a bit of a lane swerve. I love the colours that I chose, they go together so well; Pacific Point, Gorgeous Grape, Granny Apple Green and Daffodil Delight.

I wanted to match the stamping to the strips in the background, so used the same technique seen yesterday on my Simple Sunday series by using Stampin’ Write markers to colour sections of the sentiment. Which I think stamped rather well!

Have you seen the joining offer and been tempted? Ask me how before it’s too late!

Best Wishes,

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Mango Floral Card

041018 - Mango Floral Card

As the weather starts to get a little colder, thoughts go back to the warmer summery days that we were blessed to have for such a long period this year. To help keep that summer feeling alive, I set myself a challenge – Summer on a card.

Summer means bright weather and so of course, the brights collection suited this challenge perfectly. Mango Melody is a colour I haven’t used much as yet, so I used this as my main colour and for the card base. For this card, I tried to show that you don’t always needs Designer Series Paper (DSP) to make a good card. Instead, I used the Beautiful Bouquet set with varying colours to create a random pattern of flowers. So bright and so colourful, just the thing to bring some brightness back!

Have you ever stamped your own backgrounds in this way? Share them with me and perhaps we can inspire one another.

Best Wishes,

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