Thursday, 27 June 2013

Stampin UP training swaps




Hello my fellow crafters, it's been a real busy time in the Fee household , myself and Paul have had a few days in Ireland  what a beautiful friendly country, I had a Mega shop in Belfast city centre, oh wow some fabulous shops,  we found one that had everything from one off pieces of clothes to food, the most fantastic homemade scones, oh gosh pear and vanilla scones  they melted in our mouths...  Then it was back to blighty and down to business  Stampin Up business, we had training with my upline Natalie and there were 32 of us, and our country manager  Paula Gorry came along..  I was asked to do some projects using the new papers arriving in July in our new Stampin Up catalogue called Soho Subway...  but those I will show you on Tuesday as we are having a Stampin Stars BLOG HOP, showcasing new products Today I would like to show you my swaps that I made, I used some new colours that we have out in July, new in ours and from the colour refresh.  I also used a stamp set that I earned for free called Happy Day..  I used Stampin up's midnight muse, Summer Starfruit, Raspberry Ripple Strawberry Slush (new in colour) and Smokey Slate (colour refresh), Old Olive and Early Expresso,  stamp the medallion image from Stampin Up's Happy Day set a real cute image makes for fabulous backgrounds. And then I stamped a tag from another new set coming our way in July called Label and punched it out using a matching punch that also coming. Teamed with ribbon and linen thread I thought they made a great card.The happy days was stamped on Naturals Ivory cards stock..


The one below contained Chocolate, I made 3 of these, I wrapped the cardstock around the chocolate and made the belly band to secure it together.... 


Please do Pop back tomorrow I will share a gorgeous card using Stampin Up's Summer Silhouettes stamp set this set has to be a favourite at the moment....

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