It has been freezing here the past 2 days. I am glad the temperature will be going up over the next few days. I spent some time yesterday working on my scrapbook pages for my class later this month. I have it all designed but would love to find some bunny tracks to stamp on them. No one I know has this stamp. Sounds like a good one for a company to make.
Today is our Product Focus blog hop. This week we are using one of the new Sale-abration releases. Stampin' Up released 3 new Sale-abration items - 2 stamp sets and a package of glimmer paper. I do not have the stamp sets so I had to use the glimmer paper.
Since all I had was the glimmer paper I went looking for a sketch. I found one I could use at Paper Craft Crew challenges.
I began by cutting some of the Mint Macaron glimmer paper for the vertical strip. This was attached to a layer of Whisper White. I had some Old Olive baker's twine that took on the Mint Macaron color when I wrapped it around so I use that. Next I cut a strip of the Sweet Sugarplum glimmer paper and notched the end. I used tear & tape to attach it to my card base. A piece of Mint Macaron was cut and stamped with my sentiment. The end of this was notched and I used glue dots to attach to the card base. Using the Wild About Flowers stamp set I stamped the stems and flowers. The Layering Circles were used to cut them out. This was mounted onto a piece of Rich Razzleberry that was cut using the Stitched Shapes framelits. The 2 circles were layered and added to the card layer using dimensionals. A bow made with the retired Sweet Sugarplum glimmer ribbon was added using glue dots. To finish off the card, some enamel dots were added. This layer was added to a Rich Razzleberry card base. My creation was complete!
inside of card and envelope
Stampin' Up supplies used for my creation
Thanks for visiting me today. I will be finalizing my blog posts and packing for my trip tomorrow. I am anxious to get away for a few days. Have a Great Day and it will be fun to check out the other ideas for our Product Focus.