Saturday, 28 March 2015

Stampin Up Petal Potpourri and Fabulous Four , Stampin Creative Blog Hop

It's Stampin Creative blog hop time again,  and you hopefully have arrived via the lovely Eimear HERE,  and this the challenge was suggested by myself,  Masking, I have been in Masking mode for the last couple of weeks it seems,....

I have some promotions in my Team so needed some congratulation cards, I have been doing  few of these lately and I am very happy with how these ones have turned out...





  I have used the masking technique in two ways,  Masking off a section for the sentiment, and then masking for the flowers,  I stuck to two colours and a neutral to stamp on... It was going to be a busy card so didn't want to overwhelm it by too many colours and spoil the effect I was after....  The post is photo heavy as I have photographed the card step by step incase you are a newbie to card making and stamping....

The colours I have used are Rose Red and Wild Wasabi, I so enjoyed making these, and of course I have used the Envelope Punch board which is on offer at the moment in the weekly deals at £13.46 down from £17.95 just until Tuesday, below is a tally of items i have used.. 
The box was inspired by my friend and downline Linda Kasparian made at her SU Party last week...





















Hope you have enjoyed my creations, don't forget to pop along the hop to the lovely Mikaela HERE

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6 comments:

  1. What gorgeous stamps to use as presents. And I love your colour combination :)

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  2. Loving the colour combo too, gorgeous projects as always Kim.

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  3. Lovely colour combination and I love the design layout you've chosen for your masking. A beautiful project set from a beautiful stamp set x

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  4. These might make me break out the rose red, finally! I never use that colour but it's so effective on these cards Kim, well done!!!x

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  5. Gorgeous Kim as always, but you've made me realise I never think of leaving a masked gap for a sentiment - I would always normally stick one one top - this is a genius idea - thank you for always teaching me something new!

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  6. love the design layout, colour combo, gift box ... in fact everything. Gorgeous project Kim x

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