Wednesday, 28 February 2018

His and Hers Eclectic Expressions GDP #127 Sale-a-bration Stampin' Up!.

Eclectic Expressions GDP #127 Sale-a-bration Stampin' Up!.

Going Eclectic with His and Hers Eclectic Expressions making a super quick fun card...

Todays card is for the Global Design Challenge blog Challenge #127 HERE and the theme this week is Sale-a-bration, So anything sale-a-bration goes!!  

When I first saw the Eclectic Expressions set, I could not wait to get my hands on it, I love all things Grungey backgroundy (Is that even a word?). I love the modern feel to this stamp set. This set is free with a £45 purchase in my shop, and is a Level 1 Free item.

I started with Lemon Lime Twist and Basic Black colour way with a pop of Berry Burst and loved it, and then thought about making another colour and reached for the Bermuda Bay with the same colours, and loved it more..  I love the clean simple effect the images give to these cards.

Couple the design with the Celebrate you Thinlits also free but with a Level 2 (£90) purchase which will be in the next Annual Catalogue cut in Black to make to pop!


If you would to purchase the item used for today's project in my online shop please use the Hostess code below when making your order.


FEBRUARY HOSTESS CLUB CODE
 WV9ZN4KM


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 that will be posted to you beginning of March.
Click on this link to go straight to my online shop.
http://www2.stampinup.com/ECWeb/default.aspx?dbwsdemoid=5000739 

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