Happy Friday! I love the new tea set that Stampin' Up! has in the new catalog this year and that's what I chose to use for this challenge. I used Coastal Cabanna, Whisper White, Smokey Slate, and Eastern Elegance designer series paper and card stocks. The Tea Party stamp set, Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder and a sneak peak at Stylish Stripes embossing folder from the soon to be out Holiday catalog. I used both of our butterfly punches, the oval framelits, and the oval piercing template. Lots of fun to make this one and I love the colors.
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I decided to try the PPA color challenge this morning and the colors used are Crumb Cake, Real Red and Pacific Point. Bright and fun for the 4th of July. On my card, I also used some glimmer paper for the stars and tiny bit of a strip to spice it up a little. The set I choose to use is Bootiful Occasions. The stars are punched from retired Stampin' Up! punches. I just couldn't let them go, I love my punches. The stamp set and card stock including the glimmer paper can be purchased from my Stampin' Up! store
I am in love with the Stampin' Up! set Timeless Treasures. It's been fun playing with it. I used Coastal Cabanna, Crushed Curry, W White, & Eastern Elegance Designer Series Paper. The Stylish Stripes embossing folder (sneak peak from the new Holiday Catalog), the 2.5" circle punch, the 1.75" circle punch and some bling was added with some candy dots and a small rhinestone in the center of the wheel. To purchase elements to make your own timeless treasure shop Stampin' Up!
Happy July 3rd! I spent some time in the craft room this morning playing with my new Timeless Treasures set. I love the telephone in it. It's such a cool old phone. I also used some Modern Medley designer series paper from Stampin' Up! The base card is Crumb Cake and the layers are Vanilla, Smokey Slate, Black, & Crumb cake. I also used some of our new candy dots to add a bit of bling to the card. It's pretty masculine but maybe next time I can change it up with a layer of pink instead of slate. I forgot to mention that I also used the Gorgeous grunge set for some back ground interest.