Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Stampin' Up! International Blog Hop: Honeycomb Happiness Sale-a-bration Projects

Whether you're hopping over from Bruno Bertucci's blog or just arriving, welcome!! I'm so excited you're here! I am honored to participate in this International Stampin' Up! Blog Hop with talented demonstrators from around the world. We are sharing project ideas using the 2016 Sale-a-bration products. Be sure to hop around to all of our blogs. The list is at the end of this post.

Here in the United States, you can earn one free Sale-a-bration gift for every $50 your order (before tax and shipping) Learn More. I have two projects to share with you today using the Honeycomb Happiness stamp set.

I designed the "You're So Sweet" card for my team Sale-a-bration swap. Swapping and sharing ideas is just one of the many perks of being a demonstrator. I thought the ice cream cone from the Honeycomb Happiness stamp set was a perfect match for the Birthday Bouquet Designer Paper. I stamped the ice cream cone in Soft Suede and then watercolored with the AquaPainter. I used a little Wink of Stella to add some shimmer to the ice cream.
Stampin' Up! Honeycomb Happiness You're Sweet Ice Cream card  2016 Sale-a-bration International Stampin' Up! Blog Hop #stampinup www.juliedavison.com
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I used Wink of Stella on the balloon on the next card. I stamped the balloon in Basic Gray ink on the Designer Paper and on a scrap piece of Blushing Bride cardstock. I hand-cut the cardstock balloon and used a Stampin' Dimensional to pop it over the designer paper. I colored the bow on the Designer paper with the Mint Macaron marker. This card is actually notecard size: 3-1/2" x 5". You can create your own envelope or use one of the envelopes from the Whisper White Notecards & Envelope pack.

The greeting on this card is from the Perfect Pairings stamp set -- another Sale-a-bration gift choice!
Stampin' Up! Honeycomb Happiness + Perfect Pairings 2016 Sale-a-bration International Stampin' Up! Blog Hop #stampinup www.juliedavison.com
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Thank you for visiting today! Now it's time to complete the blog hop by visiting my demonstrator friends around the world to see the incredible projects they have created with the Sale-a-bration products. Next up is the talented Krista Driessen! You'll love what she has created for you!

Stampin' Up! Supplies: Honeycomb Happiness stamp set (SAB), Perfect Pairings stamp set (SAB), Soft Suede ink & cardstock, Watermelon Wonder ink, Blushing Bride cardstock, Mint Macaron cardstock, Whisper White cardstock, Basic Gray ink pad, Birthday Bouquet Designer Paper, Clear Wink of Stella, 2" Circle Punch, 2-3/8" Scallop Circle Punch, AquaPainter, Rhinestone Jewel Accents, Stampin' Dimensionals
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Jenni said...

Icecream!! Always good! Thanks for your ideas! Hugs, Jenni

Anonymous said...

adorable, as usual!

L├╝ftchen - Anja Luft said...

I love your color combo! The ice cream looks so sweet! Both cards are so lovely.

Anonymous said...

Lovely card Julie! Who doesn't love ice cream!

Dena Rekow said...

Super cute cards, as always, Julie! I just love the simple look that is just so classy and nice! I never use my printed paper enough--I love what you've done with it here! Thanks for the inspiration!

Gail Davidson said...

Adorably cute cards Julie. TFS. xoxo

Unknown said...

Both are really pretty cards and great use of DSP! :-)

stampwithamyk said...

I love these! That designer paper is just perfect with your images, fantastic colors! Love everything about them! :)

Donna said...

I love both of these! The ice cream cone is so cute, I'm going to hate to see it leave after the spring catalog moves on.

Thank you for sharing!