Free Tutorial Friday: Birthday Brew

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

It’s another FREE Tutorial Friday and if your from Wisconsin that also means it’s time for a Friday Night Fish Fry … and what goes better with your Fish Fry than a nice cold brew!! Today’s card tutorial features the Brewed for You stamp set.

Measurements: 

  • Card Base: Crushed Curry 5 ½” x 8 ½”
  • Cardstock #2: Basic White 4” x 5 ¼”

Instructions:

  • Cut a 5 ½’ x 8 ½” Crushed Curry card base. Fold in half.
  • Cut a 4” x 5 ¼” Basic White panel.
  • Stamp (3) large and (4) small Watercolor Circles onto the Basic White panel using Crushed Curry ink.
  • Lightly spritz a little water to soften the edges. Let dry completely.
  • Using a Water Painter, add Crushed Curry ink to the brush and tap to speckle ink all over the panel as desired. Let dry completely.
  • Adhere the panel to the card front.
  • On a scrap piece of Basic White, stamp the glasses and foam using Jet Black Stazon ink.
  • Color the glasses using Crushed Curry ink and a Water painter. Cut.
  •  Cut a ¾” x 2 ½” strip of Basic White cardstock.
  • Stamp the sentiment using Jet Black Stazon ink. Cut the right edge to form a banner.
  • Adhere the sentiment to the top of the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Cut a 2 ¾” Crushed Curry circle.
  • Cut a 2 1/8” Basic White circle.
  • Stamp the sentiment onto the circle using Jet Black Stazon ink.
  • Adhere the sentiment to the Crushed Curry Circle.
  • Adhere the circle to the card front.
  • Adhere the glasses to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I think this is a perfect card for a Friday FREE Tutorial, Oh, Ale Yes!! Enjoy your Friday and enjoy your weekend.

Thank you for hanging out with me for a cold one today!

Here is a list of supplies used to create this card ….

Are You Ready??

Hello Stampin’ Friends!

And welcome to my blog. Are you ready? Ready to see the last of my watercoloring techniques? For the past 3 weeks I have been celebrating World Watercoloring Month. I began with a simple “Waterwash” background.

If you would like more information about this card CLICK HERE to view the original post.

The second card highlights the dual color watercolor wash where you start one color from the top and the second from the bottom and let them meet in the middle … gives you a brand new color there!

The next week we added the Emboss Resist technique to our watercolored background … this really looks so nice together with that fun surprise of the embossed image / greeting!

If you want to read more about this card CLICK HERE for more information.

The fourth card takes the heat embossing in a bit of a different direction. Instead of resisting the watercolor like our card above … you use the embossed image more as a guide to help highlight your watercoloring.

I want to invite you to join me tonight for my Facebook LIVE where I will be showing you a beautiful watercoloring technique that is going to blow your mind … it creates a stunning image! You won’t want to miss this one, so ARE YOU READY??

Join me for the No Line Watercoloring Technique! I’ll be using one of your favorite stamp sets.

Thank you for hanging out with me … see you tonight!

Take good care ~

Here is a list of the ingredients that I used for one or both of the cards. Remember, every $50 purchased, is rewarded with a exclusive Sale-a-bration item.

Watercolor & Embossing = WOW Cards!

Hello Stamping Friends ~

So happy you joined me today for my Watercolor + Embossing card techniques. I have two cards for you today along with the replay video of last nights Facebook LIVE presentation. You’ll see how easy it is, and more importantly … FUN!

Let’s take a look at the video and then I will present the cards along with the ingredients and any dimensions you may need.

I hope you are falling in love with this beautiful technique, and as I stated in the video … using ink from your stamp pads on your blocks is a simple way to start. AND less messy!! For the Watercolor Wash Resist technique, I am using the “Shimmery White” Cardstock which is cut to a quarter sheet … 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ to start. I like to keep it simple.

The stamped image comes from the Good Feelings stamp set which is full of happy! You can check out all the sayings included in the set at the bottoms of my post.

Once dried, I used the 2nd scallop frame from the Scallop Contour dies to die cut our design out. I used the small die from the same set to create the pop of color around our large die cut image. These were then layered onto a 5-1/4″ x 4″ piece of Basic Black and then layered onto the Basic White card base. While I had the White cardstock out, I punched two daisies and layered them onto my card … to finish it off, I used the Glossy Dots to tie it all together.

Now let’s take a look at the card that I designed from my second demonstration using the Splendid Thoughts bundle …

Embossing with the white emboss powder highlights your watercoloring and creates a soft beautiful look … watercoloring within an embossed image is easy and makes YOU look like the artist!! The soft look just pops against this stunning Fresh Freesia foil specialty paper from the Splendid Day Designer Paper. This was attached to the Basic White base is 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ scored and folded at 4-1/4″.

I used a medium scallop die to cut the Vellum cardstock on which I layered our watercolor images and die cuts from the beautiful foil paper. Layering the vellum onto the foil creates almost an iridescent look which just highlights the greenery even more.

Let me introduce you to the Charming Sentiments bundle … oh, I love this one!! So many greetings for so many occasions and they have coordinating and accent dies!! I love the way the greeting pulls my entire card together.

Thank you for hanging out with me today.

Here is the list of products I used on both of my cards. The bundles were selected just for you because they are so versatile and can be used year round … plus, either one will qualify you for a FREE Sale-a-bration item!! Let me know if you need any help with your order.

The Beauty of Watercoloring

Hello Stampin’ Friends!

And welcome to my blog as we take a look at the Beauty of Watercoloring today. I would like to share the replay of my Facebook LIVE that shows you step by step how to create 4 different Watercolor Wash backgrounds. With that I will share the cards I created with those backgrounds. Here is the video ….

Here is the card I shared in the video from the first background I created. This technique reflects the Ombre look as the color fades from dark to light. I used the Splendid Stems dies to frame my greeting… and you all know how I love my greetings!!

If you would like more information about this card CLICK HERE to view the original post.

The second card highlights the dual color watercolor wash where you start one color from the top and the second from the bottom and let them meet in the middle … gives you a brand new color there!

The third card is a blending of multiple colors! If you’re not sure what colors go together … let nature be your guide! Here I used the colors of an early sunset, when the skies are pink and blue with a few shades of purple. I framed part of the background and used it for my moon!

If you want to read more about this card CLICK HERE for more information.

The fourth card I made had multiple colors and I added Sea Salt which pulled up some of the color which created some “spots”. This time I die cut my background … this technique is not just for backgrounds but can be used in many ways!

Full details for my butterfly card can be found HERE.

I want to thank you for joining me today on my blog … and invite you to join me tonight for my Facebook LIVE where I will be showing you an easy & beautiful technique watercoloring heat embossing images.

Take good care ~

Here is a list of the ingredients that I used for one or both of the cards. Remember, every $50 purchased, is rewarded with a exclusive Sale-a-bration item.

Watercolor Wonder Butterflies …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I’m excited to share one more way to use the watercolor backgrounds … I’ll show you how to make Watercolor Wonder Butterflies. Who said these beautiful backgrounds can only be used as backgrounds? Today I’m going to pull them up center stage on our card ….

I’m using the Brilliant Wings Dies to create these fun looks … On the small butterfly, I just cut it out of the watercolor background created in the video. The larger butterfly was die cut, and the background was trimmed to accent the butterfly and give it a 3-D look. I popped up the butterfly by cutting a small piece out of the Stampin’ Dimensonals.

My greeting comes from the Peaceful Moments stamp set and is stamped with the Rock -n- Roll technique. I inked up the stamp with Parakeet Party first, and then rolled the stamp in the Bermuda Bay. I choose that color because the Parakeet Party and Bermuda Bay used in the watercolor background change color a little when blended together.

The greeting has a Basic Black mat as do the butterflies and were mounted onto my Coastal Cabana front that I embossed with the 3-D Fern embossing folder. I added Wink of Stella to my butterflies before mounting onto the black mat. To complete my card I added the Mat Black Dots to create additional depth and texture and to draw your eye around the entire card.

Funny, but I always think of my Mom when I use or stamp with butterflies … she loved them and had them all over her house ❤

Thank You for hanging out with me today … CLICK HERE if you would like to watch the Watercolor Background video again.

Have a great day ~

Here is a list of ingredients that I used to create today’s card. NOTE: All orders of $50 will receive a FREE qualifying Sale-a-bration item of your choice.

Watercolor Wash Backgrounds

Hello Stampin’ Friends!

Welcome to my blog and to today’s Watercolor Wash Backgrounds post where I will share some great tips for easy watercolored backgrounds. I’m using the Wet on Wet technique with our everyday ink pads!! You are going to marvel at how easy this is, and what amazing results you get!

I will have last nights replay of my Facebook LIVE to share with you, along with two cards created with our watercolor backgrounds.

Don’t you just love how easy that was … just a few simple tips:

  • Keep your watercolor paper wet (nice sheen) but NO puddles.
  • Have your colors ready and some water to clean your brush.
  • Don’t be afraid to experiment!

Here is the card I shared in the video. I used the Splendid Stems dies to frame my greeting… and you all know how I love my greetings!!

The measurements for both cards are the same except the double color card has and extra mat. The base is 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ with a Starry Sky front (4″ x 5-1/4″) that was embossed with the Painted Texture Embossing Folder. The watercolor paper is 4″ x 3″ so the mat is 4-1/4″ x 3-1/4″.

The greeting comes from the Flowering Tulip stamp set and is stamped in Starry Sky and die cut with the layering circles die. The greeting is adorn with the die cut leaves from the Splendid Thoughts Bundle and the card was completed by embellishing it with the Iridescent Rhinestones.

My next card highlights the dual color watercolor wash …

I used the Melon Mango and Calypso Coral inks. Measurements for the card are the same as above except for the second mat of Flirty Flamingo which measures 4-1/2″ x 3-1/2″. The palm tree and the fun border are both die cut using dies from the Palms dies.

The greeting is stamped directly onto the watercolor paper. This card is more stunning in person, the colors are much more brilliant. This card was so simple and easy to create!

I want to thank you for joining me today on my blog … I hope you enjoyed the video and the samples. I will be back tomorrow with another of of the backgrounds we created.

Take good care ~

Here is a list of the ingredients that I used for one or both of the cards. Remember, every $50 purchased, is rewarded with a exclusive Sale-a-bration item.

Watercolor Pencils Tips & Techniques

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I’m excited to share not just one … but two cards with you today! And the replay of last nights Facebook LIVE. It features tips & techniques using the Watercolor Pencils and highlights the Blessings of Home bundles. You are going to love the three different layouts I used for my cards.

So here is yesterday’s card along with my second card that used the dies to highlight the flowers …

So the coloring techniques will be shown in the video but I wanted to share how I layered the flowers on my second card. This was done my cutting 2 Basic Black shapes from the die that cut the flowers out. Then you layer them on the back shifting one to the right side and the other to the left to create a full mat behind the flower … and no need for dimensionals because you just created some nice thickness too!

Now lets take a look at the video and check out those coloring techniques ….

I did find my Melon Mambo Watercolor Pencil shortly after I ended the video … but I really loved the way the flowers turned out on our next card. I finished it off by added a Basic Black base and Pear Pizzazz background which I ran through the die machine using the Stitched Greenery dies.

I used Scalloped Contours dies to cut my flower piece out and that is layered over the Layering Designs Vellum. I used the edge of the largest die from the Scalloped Contours to create the design scallop under my greeting. You have to check out the shimmer on this Shimmery White Cardstock, goes so good with our Wink of Stella … don’t you think?

I hope you were inspired to pull out your Watercolor Pencils or get some for the very first time. Again, they are perfect for beginners because you have so much control for a watercoloring project, so versatile even our seasoned stampers will have fun with them!

Thank you for dropping by today. Enjoy your day.

Here are the list of supplies used in today’s card. Don’t forget our Summer Sale-a-bration has begun and you can earn FREE goodies for your qualifying sales.

Watercoloring Technique Card

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I’m sharing a card I made with the Blessings of Home Bundle and some “watercoloring” techniques. July in World Watercoloring Month so I’ll be celebrating by hosting a series of Watercoloring Classes each Tuesday night on my Facebook LIVE!

I invite you to join me tonight on my Linda’s Stampin’ Escape Facebook page when I go LIVE at 6:30 pm Central time and I’ll show you all the tips and techniques used to create this card.

First, let me say that I am using the Watercolor Pencils for this card ….

I’ll share my first tip with you right now … When using the Watercolor Pencils you should use StazOn as your base ink for your stamped image, this will eliminate bleeding. I used the black & white background to really draw your eye to Watercolored image … and the layering brings it to life!!

I hope you plan on joining me tonight LIVE … I’ll share the replay tomorrow but tonight is your chance to ask any questions you may have about the Watercolor Pencils or the techniques I share with you.

Till then, have a wonderful day!

Here are the list of supplies used in today’s card. Don’t forget our Summer Sale-a-bration has begun and you can earn FREE goodies for your qualifying sales.

Free Tutorial Friday: Birthday Brew

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

It’s another FREE Tutorial Friday and if your from Wisconsin that also means it’s time for a Friday Fish Fry … and what goes better with your Fish Fry than a nice cold brew!! Today’s card tutorial features the Brewed for You stamp set.

Measurements: 

  • Card Base: Crushed Curry 5 ½” x 8 ½”
  • Cardstock #2: Basic White 4” x 5 ¼”

Instructions:

  • Cut a 5 ½’ x 8 ½” Crushed Curry card base. Fold in half.
  • Cut a 4” x 5 ¼” Basic White panel.
  • Stamp (3) large and (4) small Watercolor Circles onto the Basic White panel using Crushed Curry ink.
  • Lightly spritz a little water to soften the edges. Let dry completely.
  • Using a Water Painter, add Crushed Curry ink to the brush and tap to speckle ink all over the panel as desired. Let dry completely.
  • Adhere the panel to the card front.
  • On a scrap piece of Basic White, stamp the glasses and foam using Jet Black Stazon ink.
  • Color the glasses using Crushed Curry ink and a Water painter. Cut.
  •  Cut a ¾” x 2 ½” strip of Basic White cardstock.
  • Stamp the sentiment using Jet Black Stazon ink. Cut the right edge to form a banner.
  • Adhere the sentiment to the top of the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Cut a 2 ¾” Crushed Curry circle.
  • Cut a 2 1/8” Basic White circle.
  • Stamp the sentiment onto the circle using Jet Black Stazon ink.
  • Adhere the sentiment to the Crushed Curry Circle.
  • Adhere the circle to the card front.
  • Adhere the glasses to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I think this is a perfect card for a Friday FREE Tutorial, Oh, Ale Yes!! Enjoy your Friday and enjoy your weekend.

Thank you for hanging out with me for a cold one today!

Here is a list of supplies used to create this card ….

Butterfly Brilliance Birthday Card Tutorial

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Hope you enjoyed your weekend … I know, I was AWOL … Missing in Action … I was taking a break and spending some time with my Great Grandsons. I haven’t seen them in almost 2 years so it was a very special time, and the weather here was great!

Today I have a sweet birthday card to share with you that features the Butterfly Brilliance stamp set … I am ready to see my yard filled with butterflies! This card was created by fellow demonstrator Charlet Brooks Mallett. I hope you are enjoyed the “Tutorial Week” … this will be the last (since I missed Saturday) … but I’ll be back with my own creations and some sneak peeks for you this week!

Let’s check out Charlet’s Butterfly Brilliance card ….

Measurements: 

  • Card Base: Basic White 4.25 x 11” folded to 4.25” x 5.5”
  • Layer #2: Fluid 100 Watercolor paper 3.25” x 4.5”

Instructions:

  • Cut and score card base. Fold in half.
  • Emboss front half of card base using Brick & Mortar 3D Embossing folder.
  • Wet a 3.25” x 4.5” piece of Fluid 100 Watercolor paper.
  • Using a water brush lay in So Saffron ink on top half of Fluid 100 paper.
  • Using a water brush lay in Soft Sea Foam ink on bottom half of Fluid 100 paper. Let two ink bleed/blend together. Let dry.
  • Stamp the butterfly background onto the dry watercolor paper using Soft Sea Foam ink.
  • Center and mount to card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Stamp butterfly image in Tuxedo Black ink onto Basic White Cardstock. Die cut butterflies using die. Pull aside medium butterfly image. See card to see exact butterfly.
  • Color medium butterfly using So Saffron Stampin’ Blends.
  • Add Wink of Stella to So Saffron butterfly wings.
  • Take a 4” piece of gold elegant trim. Fold in half, unravel ends of trim and adhere to back of butterfly. See card for detail view.
  • Adhere assembled butterfly to card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals. Align on top of stamped butterfly that is on watercolor paper.
  • Stamp Happy Birthday on ½” x 2.5” piece of Basic White Cardstock in Tuxedo Black ink.
  • Tuck greeting under right butterfly wing and adhere to cardfront using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Add three gold sequins to card front. See card for placement.

Thank you so much for coming back to join me today.

Have a wonderful day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you

Grassy Grove Card …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I have another card from the Grassy Grove bundle, this one adds the element of watercoloring. This card was created by Stampin’ Up! Designers. Let’s begin with our layers …

Our base is Misty Moonlight … I love this color! The background is the In Color Designer Paper in Misty Moonlight as well. Our next layer is the Watercolor Paper, and this is where the Water Painters were used to apply the Misty Moonlight Ink.

I use a block, take my Misty Moonlight ink pad and tap it onto the block to lay down some color and then I use my Water Painter to blend the ink and water and then apply it to my Watercolor paper. I think the watercoloring adds a nice soft background for our stamped images.

The scenery is stamped in Mossy Meadow (the tall trees), Old Olive; the Maple type trees, and the the foreground in Garden Green. (The colors look a little different on my computer). Then all the images were die cut using the coordinating die set; Grove dies.

The sentiment comes from the Grassy Grove stamp set and was finished off with some Linen Thread. Perfect card for our nature loving friends, the bundle is perfect for creating for them.

Thank you for joining me today, I hope you have a wonderful day!

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ❤

Learn How to Create Watercolor Pansies

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I’m here today with these stunning Pansies!! I am so excited to share this with you today … I have combined an old technique with our new Pansy Petals and the results are stunning!

I have created a video for you from a past Facebook LIVE so you can watch step by step how I created these beautiful flowers so you can recreate this too…. They almost look real don’t they?

Isn’t that cool … I am in love with this technique! I loved it when I made pansies from the butterfly punch but these are so much more realistic!! It creates so much texture and depth when you “scrunch” your petals.

Those little white specs you see are actually the “shimmer” paper making a statement! It really is so pretty and you can do these in any color you’d like! Here is my inspiration to create these amazing pansies ….

Here is another card I made with the other colors of petals that I was experimenting with ….

Not bad for a 2 minute card!! I used the Pansy Petals Designer paper for my background and just added the flowers and my greeting … simple!

I said I was going to share my “inspiration pansy” with you today but I’m saving it for tomorrow … along with another card!! You won’t be disappointed. Thanks for stopping by today!

Hope your day is an awesome one ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you

Watercoloring with Soft Pastels

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I will be sharing the replay of my Facebook LIVE last night along with the finished cards. I’m know for my pretty yet simple cards … but playing with this technique and taking it to the next level was very satisfying… sometimes I think we need a little “escape” and enjoy something you love.

In this video I will show you which papers work best for the water coloring with your Soft Pastels and two different techniques for applying the pastels & water…

I’m so excited about this technique … actually, I find the Soft Pastels so amazing and versatile and an inexpensive medium to create beautiful projects with! You can create different looks must by switching out your paper / cardstock! Just remember, when using water … use the Shimmery White or the Water Color paper.

I also want to point out that you can experiment with other types of mediums on your project, like on this one, I used the Stampin’ Markers to stipple. (Google) Stippling is the creation of a pattern simulating varying degrees of solidity or shading by using small dots. I used the Crumb Cake and Soft Suede Stampin’ Write Markers to stipple. Let’s look at the finished project ~

I love the look of light blue with the Early Espresso and with the stippling of the sunflower center, it all seemed to fall into place and coordinate nicely. I used the “flat edge” to apply the Soft Pastels onto the background piece which is also the Water Color paper.

I stamped the greeting onto the Shimmery White paper as the color matches nicely with the watercolor paper. I used the Everyday Label punch to punch it out … I also punched out a piece from the Early Espresso, cut it in half and used it to mat my greeting.

Oh my … I can’t forget about the pretty In-Color Jewels I added to my greeting, a nice little touch that adds even more texture (you get beautiful texture from the watercolor paper) and a pop of color. I have a list of all the supplies below that I used in today’s project.

Thank you for joining me and taking time out to check out my video today. Take some time out to “escape” and let your creativity flow as you experiment with your new Soft Pastels!

Enjoy your day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you

Anything is Possible …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today we are going to talk “Slimline” cards … I showcased this during my Launch party this weekend. The creation of the Slimline cards resulted from my 12 x 12 designer paper cutting pattern that highlights the designs and leaves “no waste”.

I will be be doing this demonstration again tonight on my Facebook LIVE using the stunning Peaceful Place Designer Series paper. You will see how this cutting pattern highlights the designer paper and creates enough for 6 beautiful cards.

I’m using the Beautifully Penned designer paper that you can find in the Sale-a-bration Catalog, which means you can earn it for FREE with a $50 qualifying purchase. I love the simple black and white patterns because they can be used for any reason … any season!

The designer paper makes it fun for those of us who love to color!! Water color pencils and Blender Pens were my choice for this card … it’s been a while since I’ve used them and it was like old times again!! It’s nice to revisit some of the stamping supplies around when we first started stamping twenty-one years ago.

I used the Assortment 2 Watercolor Pencils … Flirty Flamingo and Granny Apple Green. That little pop of green really brightened up the card. I thought the Black & White Gingham Ribbon would add a sweet touch to the card.

The greeting comes from the Hand-Penned Petals Stamp Set which coordinates with our Sale-a-bration paper. I punched out the greeting with the Double Oval Punch … works well with this stamp set!

Thank you for joining me today. I’d love to see you tonight during my Facebook LIVE~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in todays projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you 

So Many Pansies …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I have two cards to share with you today … I’ve been sharing quick & simple pansy cards that highlight the Pansy Petals Designer paper …

Then I showed how easy it was to use the layering of the pansy images to create pretty hand stamped pansies ….

So today I’d like to share a card that also highlights the designer paper, but also the dies… because these dies actually are designed to not only cut your stamped images but the images on the designer paper …

The cute pansy and leaves above were cut from the Pansy Petals Designer paper. They are layered on a piece of Basic White embossed with the “Greenery” Embossing Folder and backed with a piece of Blackberry Bliss … these are layered onto more Basic White that was embossed with the “Tasteful Texture” embossing folder. The embossing added some nice texture to the card.

If you like texture on your flower, then you’ll love the layered die cuts to create you pansy …

The dies not only cut but they emboss as well … amazing!! The layering of the die cuts gives you some fun texture on your cards, but that didn’t stop me from embossing the background with the “Painted Texture” embossing folder! I also added the cute little Elegant Faceted Gems to draw your eye around the card.

I have fallen in love with this suite, but the watercoloring technique I shared yesterday just took it to the next level ….

and here is the flower that inspired me…

I use nature a lot for inspiration in my stamping, especially for a true color pallet … this pansy inspired me to add the “ruffled” look to my die cut flower.

I announced yesterday that anyone who purchases the Pansy Patch Bundle before the end of June, will receive a special gift from me!! All you have to do is purchase, Stampin’ Up! will send me a notification … just make sure you choose me as your demonstrator … thank you.

Thanks so much for hanging out with me for a spell today. I hope your day is a beautiful one!!

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you