Monday, 21 March 2016

#Picture Perfect Doodling Training Swaps, #Stampin' Up!

Hello There,

Yesterday  I went to my Upline's Team Training, and as always at a Stampin Up! Event we swap creations , Mine was a card, and I had to make 27 of them.

I wanted to use the Beautiful often overlooked Picture Perfect Stamp Set,   This is a seriously fab Stamp Set, That can be used to give both a traditional and Modern twist look, …

 Last week I went to meet up with two fab friends I met through Stampin up, and we did a periscope video on making a card using this set, and Elaine aka Papercraft Button went home and made a few more designs and made them look contemporary with doodling on them , I thought they looked fab.

 So used this technique on my card, I wanted to make it clean looking with a pop of colour so used the 6x6 DSP pad called Go Wild, and chose to work with the Black n White design, and popped it with Costal Cabana…

The inks use on the 3 step flower was, 1, Soft Sky, 2, Pool Party, 3, Costal Cabana, the leaves i did just 2 steps and those colours were 1, Pear Pizzaz, 2, Cucumber Crush.

The sentiment was from the One Big Meaning Stamp Set….


  1. Another fantastic design and I was lucky enough to receive one of these yesterday, always love your ideas as they always provide me with inspiration, so yet another stamp set for my ever growing wish list.

  2. Lovely swap Kim and you have now convinced me that I need that thank you set after all. Glad you had a good day with crafting buddies. See you soon. Zx

  3. absolutely stunning, the combo of white/black with bermuda bay! What a great idea to use doodling on your card. Will give it a try at myself :-) Xx


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