I love this small pizza box, its very easy and quick to make, the more you make the quicker it gets! You can change it up easily by changing the colour, adding sentiments and using different stamp sets.
Hello, my names Linda and I live on a small island in the UK, I am joining other Stampin Up demonstrators from around the world to inspire you to create. Please hop along with us, just click the button below to see Susan Simpsons beautiful project.
This month's Stamp N Hop is favourite items from the Annual Catalogue.
This was a hard choice as there are lots of great stamp sets, paper e.t.c in this catalogue. After much thought I decided to go with the Stamp and die set Celebration Time.
When I first saw last years catalogue I knew I was going to use this paper pack lots and lots and I wasn't wrong. I used markers in Berry Burst, Powder Pink and Sweet Sugarplum to scribble lines onto watercolour paper. Then I spritzed them with water and when dry cut the cakes out. The gold glitter flakes were glued to the bottom of the cake. When the cake was dry this was then a quick card to put together.
Just in case your not wanting a pink and gold sparkly card, here is a green and gold sparkly card!
I hope you like my Celebrate card, don't forget to hop along!
Hello, my names Linda and I'm very pleased you are joining us on this months blog hop.
We are a group of Stampin Up Demonstrators from around the world and our aim is to inspire you to create!
This months theme is a Colour Challenge
This colour challenge was a challenge for me! When I started looking at my colours I was quickly aware that I only had two of these colours in inks! But I did have all the colours in paper form so I designed my card around this fact.
We have to use at least three of these colours, we can also use Basic Black, Whisper White or Metallics. Each card I made has three of the colours plus white or black.
For two of the cards I stamped the backgrounds using the Bubble Over Bundle the other two I die cut bottles, straws and bottle caps, which I then glued to my base layers. I kept the dies the same colour as the base layer. This gives lots of interest to the card but doesn't over power it.
Can you see I've made my own Designer Series Paper by stamping birthday sentiments over my chosen paper colour, this is a great tip for backgrounds, tone on tone looks great also.
Don't forget to hop along with the blog click on the arrow to see the talented Hiske MacKay