Monday, 4 December 2017

Merriest Christmas Wishes! Watercolour Christmas Stamp Set Stampin Up #onestampset5ways

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kim Fee

Merriest Christmas Wishes!   Watercolour Christmas 

 #onestampset5ways   Project 1

Hello there, this is the 1st of the One stamp set 5 ways series this week, and this one is a super simple one, The focus is all about the sentiment, LOVE this font and I feel it needs to take centre stage don't you.
The colourways was dictated by the papers so love the headache of thinking what colours go with what taken away, and of course the colours make for modern  pretty Christmas card.


 The patterned paper is from the Quilted Christmas Patterned Paper stack.  A strip of Blushing Bride Cardstock adhered on top, then I tied some Bakers Twine around it, fixed it to the card blank, and then add the sentiment using dimensionals, and sprinkled some sequins that give the card that little glitzy feel, I am loving the sequins at the minute, there are loads in that pack it's never ending!!

If you would love to purchase any of the items I have used, I would love to be your demonstrator, so be sure to use the current months online hostess club code and I will pop you something lovely in the post!!


Items used:
Watercolour Christmas Stamp Set
Quilted Christmas Patterned Paper
Stitched Framelits
Cardstock:
Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Garden Green.
Ink:
Garden Green
Embellishments:
White Bakers Twine,
Assorted Iridescent Sequins.

DECEMBER HOSTESS CLUB CODE
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HOSTESS CLUB CODE, ANYONE CAN JOIN.
If you are from the U.K and wish to purchase any of the products I have used I would love you to purchase them through me, If you do decide to please be sure to use the Current Hostess Club Code (Please see photo below) in order for me to send you a Thank You product gift from Me.
Click on this link to go straight to my online shop.
http://www2.stampinup.com/ECWeb/default.aspx?dbwsdemoid=5000739

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