Sunday, April 8, 2018

Sweet Soiree Embellishment Kit: Thinking of You Card

Wow! What a weekend! I drove up to Milwaukee for the Stampin' Up! On Stage conference. We had so much fun with the big Annual Catalog reveal -- watching stamping demonstrations, stamping with the new products, and learning how to incorporate all of it in our business. I'll be posting more pics and info when the Spoiler Alert Policy expires Monday afternoon, so stay tuned!! I'll also be posting the Retiring List! You don't want to miss that!

The new annual catalog won't start until June 1st, so don't forget about the awesome products in the Occasions Catalog. I absolutely love this card that I created using pieces from the Sweet Soiree Embellishment kit. (See More Sweet Soiree Projects )
Stampin' Up! Sweet Soiree Embellishment Kit: Thinking of You Card ~ 2018 Occasions Catalog ~
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Two weeks ago, I did a Facebook Live video and shared a bit of my creative process to share how I come up with project ideas -- including the inspiration for this card. Watch the video below and be sure to like and follow me on Facebook for more exclusives like this!

Stampin' Up! Supplies: Beautiful Day stamp set, Old Olive cardstock, Powder Pink cardstock, Whisper White cardstock, Basic Black ink pad, Sweet Soiree Designer Paper, Triple Banner Punch, Stitched Shapes Framelits, Big Shot, Sweet Soiree Embellishment Kit, Stampin' Dimensionals
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1 comment:

little debbie said...

Julie, thanks so much for this video. I have always tried to CASE cards exactly, even discarding ideas if I didn't have the same stamp set, paper or embellishments. You have inspired me to try using the sketch method to duplicate the overall design of a card rather than trying to totally match it. Thank you, again.