Hello everybody and welcome to my first blog post after my fabulous holiday, we had an amazing time and now I am back and am back in my craft room doing what I love.
A couple of weeks ago Stampin’ Up held their On Stage Local event in Perth which is only a two hour drive from our home town of Bunbury. This event was to launch the 2020 mini catalogue which showcases a whole new range of products, I can see my credit card groaning already. It was an event not to be missed by our team so those of us who were able made a weekend of it and had a wonderful time catching up with other demonstrators and sharing our love of Stampin’ Up.
The theme for our November blog is “On Stage” where we get to create a design using some of the new products that we received at “On Stage”. A huge welcome to our guest designer, Shannon Kissane, I know that you are going to love her projects. I have chosen to use the Painted Poppies stamp set that I received as my prize patrol, this was very symbolic to me as Australia had commemorated Rememberance Day only a few days before.
The card that I have made is a Dioramo, or Shadow box card. This card is a 3D card that is so easy to make but very effective. There are quite a posts on Pinterest that will show you how to make it in various different sizes. For this card I used Poppy Parade cardstock and the soon to be available Peaceful Poppies DSP. Follow this link if you would like to watch how Ruth created this card.
I decided to add a matching gift bag and tag using Whisper White and Poppy Parade cardstock and the matching Peaceful Poppies DSP. The bag was made using a tutorial from Sam Hammond at Pootles, Sam is very generous in sharing all of her measurements. Click on this link if you would like to watch her tutorial.
Thank you for joining me today and I hoped you liked my card and gift bag. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like more information on Stampin’ Up and how you could make your own beautiful cards, boxes and gift bags.
Next on our blog hop is Narelle Sims, click on the link below to see what exciting projects Narelle has created