I showcased some new products in my Live With Libby on Tuesday last. I shared some cards made with the new Snowflake Showcase Suite of products and part of that were some White Velvet Paper Techniques and how to heat emboss on Window Sheets.

Now I didn’t have a finished card but will share my finished cards in my next Live With Libby on Tuesday and one lucky participant will win the cards I make.

So don’t miss my Live With Libby on Tuesday.

White Velvet Paper Techniques

White Velvet Paper Techniques

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White Velvet Paper Techniques

Tip: Don’t use a Heat Tool as it will melt the White Velveteen Sheets

Tip: Lay some snowflakes on the surface of the White Velveteen Sheets and use them as masks and spray over them. Lift them off when you have finished spraying

Heat Embossing Window Sheets

Tip: When stamping on Window Sheets, the surface is slippery, so straight down and up with your stamp to prevent overstamping

Tip: It takes a little longer than normal heat setting but have some patience and it will work

Velveteen Paper Techniques

 

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Heat Tool

$50.00

Today I have a combination of Designer Series Paper and Bundle in Card Beauty. This is an ideal card to make with leftover pieces of Designer Series Paper.

Card Beauty

Card Beauty

Use up all your leftover pieces of Designer Series Paper. Don’t waste it.

Tip: Cut leftover pieces into triangles and use one on the card front and the other on the card insert

Card Beauty

Tie the colour of your sentiment in with what coordinates with your choice of Designer Series Paper

Tip: Use the same coloured ink as you do when stamping images or coordinate it with a cardstock used in your project.

Card Beauty

Card Beauty Basics

More Basics

Card Beauty

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Welcome to this month’s Scrapbooking Global Blog Hop for October we have the theme Celebrate. I am sure you will gain many ideas and lots of inspiration as you visit each blog in this International Hop. Thank you for joining us.

Celebrate

Celebrate

What occasions do you associate with this word? Parties, Wedding, Engagements, Special Birthdays? Well, my little Granddaughter loves her ballet and we celebrated her love of dance.

Celebrate

This was one of those special ballet’s just for children and only went for about an hour. Little Miss 3 was transfixed for the whole time. I had never seen her sit still for longer than a couple of minutes but she sat still for this whole time.

Use the Celebrate You Thinlit Dies for your heading in Gold Foil Sheets and back it on Basic Black A4 Card Stock.

Celebrate

The smile says it all and of course, ‘bunny’ had to come to the ballet too. We watched Sleeping Beauty.

I used Broadway Bound Speciality Designer Series Paper on Whisper White 12″ X 12″ Card Stock.

Tip: Cut a strip of 12″ x 12″ (30.5 cm x 30.5 cm) then cut it in two giving you two pieces of12″ x 6″ or 30.5 cm x 15.2 cm and then fold the corners under, giving you the triangle effect

Celebrate

I thought the little flying seeds were mirrored in the lights and decorations of the theatre.  Use Dandelion Wishes Clear-Mount Stamp Set with Versamark Pad and Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder. This coordinated nicely with the Broadway Bound Speciality Designer Series Paper.

Don’t forget to journal on your pages with the Journaling Pens.

Celebrate

Thanks so much for your time. Now, don’t forget to check out all the blogs in the hop to inspire you to scrap your memories. You’re now off to the wonderful Marga’ blog. Happy hopping

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It’s Wednesday, so welcome to another Latte Girls Blog Hop. This week we’re inspiring you with Petal Promenade. Make sure you visit all the blogs in the hop and be inspired by what is shared.

Petal Promenade

Petal Promenade

Use the Stitched All Around Clear-Mount Bundle and Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper to make this card which is quite quick to make

Tip: Use leftover pieces of the Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper to decorate card inserts or envelopes

Petal Promenade

Stamp the sentiment piece twice and die cut one out. Use your scissors to cut the other sentiment away and banner cut. Adhere it directly over the original sentiment with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals

Tip: Cut just above and below the lines provided on the sentiment and use them as your cutting guide

Petal Promenade

Petal Promenade Basics

Petal Promenade

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Today’s card is a simple one with Promenade Beauty. It’s quick and easy. You could make lots of these in a short amount of time, all for different occasions.

Promenade Beauty

Promenade Beauty

This beautiful Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper has a floral side and the reverse is like a subtle marble in different colours. An abundance of festive flowers to properly celebrate everything that needs celebrating in life. Some sheets include trimmable elements.

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Tip: Use one of the trimmable elements pieces as a frame and using Beautiful Promenade Photopolymer Stamp Set and Tranquil Tide Classic Stampin’ Pad, stamp the sentiment inside the frame.

Promenade Beauty

The trimmable pieces are smaller than a card front size so mat the framed piece on Tranquil Tide A4 Cardstock which coordinates nicely with the Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper.

Special of the Week

Basics

Promenade Beauty

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OK, a change of pace from Christmas. This week I’m featuring Beautiful Promenade and Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper. This is seriously beautiful paper and if you haven’t got some, I think you should get some. So, stay tuned this week for a different project every day.

Beautiful Promenade

Beautiful Promenade

Trim one of the floral frames from Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper and use Flirty Flamingo Classic Stampin’ Pad to stamp the sentiment from the Beautiful Promenade Photopolymer Bundle.

Trim an oval frame from the Delightfully Detailed Laser-Cut Specialty Paper to match the size of the Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper frame. Add Stampin’ Dimensionals and Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals under the frame and adhere the two pieces together

Tip: Gently place one on top of the other until you’re happy with the placement and then press together

Beautiful Promenade

Shimmer Paint

Once your card front is put together and before adhering it to the card stock, spray liberally with Frost White Shimmer Paint and Rubbing Alcohol mixed in a Stampin’ Spritzer. Leave it flat allow it to dry.

Tip: My recipe is about 2/3rds fill a Stampin’ Spritzer with Rubbing Alcohol and add about 2 – 3 drops of Frost White Shimmer Paint and shake well to ensure it is well mixed

Beautiful Promenade

Beautiful Promenade Basics

Beautiful Promenade

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Today I want to share with you this fantastic bundle, Making Christmas Bright. It’s a photopolymer stamp set with a punch.

Making Christmas Bright

Making Christmas Bright

Bundle and save! Buy these two coordinating products and save 10%.

Making Christmas Bright Photopolymer Stamp Set

  • A stamp set with lights for the season of light—what could be more appropriate?
  • Quantity: 17 photopolymer stamps
  • Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): a, b, d, h

Making Christmas Bright

Christmas Bulb Builder Punch

Quickly punch out a light bulb for your projects.

  • Punched image: 9/16″ x 1-1/16″ (1.4 x 2.7 cm)
  • Sleek body style
  • Large surface area offers precise cutting and leverage
  • Locks to store
  • Slim and stackable

Making Christmas Bright

Brighten your loved ones’ faces with these easy-to-make Christmas cards.

Order all the products you need for making the cards featured in the You Can Make It sections in the 2018 holiday catalogue in one go!

Collection includes:
* Making Christmas Bright Photopolymer Stamp Set
* Clear Block D
* All Is Bright A4 Cardstock Pack
* Whisper White Thick A4 Cardstock
* Call Me Clover Classic Stampin’ Pad
* Crushed Curry Classic Stampin’ Pad
* Real Red Classic Stampin’ Pad
* Stampin’ Dimensionals

Making Christmas Bright

This Cards Supply Set for the Bundle is $124.25 and the order number is #150329. You would need to also purchase the punch

Use the bundle and the supplies listed above to make the three cards shown in the videos.

Use the punch to make:

  • Wreaths
  • Flowers
  • String of Lights
  • Pointsettia
  • Light wreath and more

Making Christmas Bright

Buy the bundle and receive 12 FREE exclusive tutorials as well as your thank you gift as shown below

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Missed my post yesterday? I did 2 on Wednesday and thought I’d give you a break. So, today I have Shimmer Paint Christmas. This was so much fun, really. It is a bit messy but you’re not having fun unless you get messy or is that inky?

Shimmer Paint Christmas

Shimmer Paint Christmas

This was the first of the two cards I made during my Love with Libby on Tuesday. I used the Merry Christmas To All Photopolymer Bundle. After the Emboss Resist Technique with the Frost White Shimmer Paint, it was a collaborative effort to complete the card.

Did you miss Tuesday’s Live With Libby? It’s a bit of fun and we have a laugh while I make mistakes but get the cards completed in the end.

Shimmer Paint Christmas

Use Shimmery White A4 Card Stock and a mixture of Frost White Shimmer Paint, Merry Merlot Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill and Rubbing Alcohol in a Stampin’ Spritzer. Emboss using Versamark Pad and White Stampin’ Emboss Powder and your trusty Heat Tool.

Tip: Wipe the surface of the card with an Embossing Buddy before stamping, to remove static and fingerprints.

Shimmer Paint Christmas

Use Shaded Spruce A4 Cardstock for the layer behind the Shimmery White A4 Card Stock and then use Shaded Spruce Classic Stampin’ Pad to stamp an image on the inside of the card and the Whisper White C6 Envelopes.

Use Frosted & Clear Epoxy Droplets to embellish the card.

Shimmer Paint Christmas Video

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Shimmer Paint Christmas

Play around with the mixture until you’re happy with it. This mixture had about 20 drops of Merry Merlot Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill in it and we used A4 Glossy White Cardstock. The mixture tended to pool a bit on this cardstock, so just use a paper towel or similar to soak up any excess. Rub over the embossed areas with the paper towel too.

Shimmer Paint Christmas

We decided on the Gold Pearls from the Metallic Pearls to decorate this card. Play around with the embellishments until you’re happy. Opinion was divided on whether this card should have a bow from the Merry Merlot & Copper 5/8″ (1.6 Cm) Reversible Ribbon. It looks great on the top card but not so sure on this card. What do you think?

The words were die cut using the Big Shot and Big Shot Magnetic Platform with Gold Foil Sheets and Silver Foil Sheets. Use Gold Foil Sheets as a backing layer for one of the cards.

Shimmer Paint Christmas

Shimmer Paint Christmas Basics

 

Shimmer Paint Christmas

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It’s Christmas at the Latte Girls this week and we’re sharing Traditional Christmas Colours.  You guessed it red, green, white, gold and silver. Are there any other traditional colours? What do you think? Hope along with us and be inspired.

Traditional Christmas Colours

Traditional Christmas Colours

Tip: Cut the Designer Series Paper into 10 cm or 4″ strips for card making so you can make the most of it

Traditional Christmas Colours

Traditional Christmas Colours

Traditional Christmas Colours Basics

Traditional Christmas Colours

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Welcome to the new Stampin’ Up! year and we have a wonderful international line-up of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators to inspire you on this Demonstrator Training Blog Hop October 2018

Demonstrator Training Blog Hop October 2018

Demonstrator Training Blog Hop October 2018

I’ve used the Beautiful Baubles Photopolymer Bundle for this card.

Tip: Buy the bundle and save 10% If you only buy the stamp set or the dies, you will be sorry later you didn’t get both

Demonstrator Training Blog Hop October 2018

Team this with the Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper for a very traditional Christmas look. The gorgeous Real Red 1/8″ (3.2 Mm) Solid Ribbon just tops off the bauble makes it look like it’s hanging from a wall

Demonstrator Training Blog Hop October 2018

Use the Real Red Dark Stampin’ Blends and Old Olive Dark Stampin’ Blends Marker to colour in parts of the bauble.

Tip: As you have embossed the bauble if you go over the gold embossing, just give it a gentle rub with a tissue to remove excess ink on the embossing itself.

Demonstrator Training Blog Hop October 2018

Demonstrator Training Blog Hop October 2018 Basics

Tip: You can use the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets with the Gold Foil Sheets and lace doily die to make it easier to adhere to the card front

More Basics

Demonstrator Training Blog Hop October 2018

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