Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Stampin' Techniques

Someday my life will get back to normal, but until it does, I want to still share stamping inspiration with you. So, I found this awesome video on the Stampin' Up! website. The presenter is Sara Douglass, Stampin' Up! CEO.


The cards using the hostess set Pun Intended are cute and show a fun idea to get non-traditional sized cards, but wait 'til you see what comes after that. There are so many ideas using the sets below that they'll keep you busy for quite awhile.

For example, see color combinations to use with two step stamping images. Although they're shown with Baby Bear, these color combos would work well with other sets. Plus so much more!

Check out the video, then leave a comment below telling me which tip, technique, or project is your favorite. If you get this post via email, you will have to go to my blog to leave a comment. All comments are appreciated.

Here are the sets showcased in the video:
Pun Intended Hostess 141804   
Baby Bear Photopolymer 141859
This set is available on it's own
or as part of a bundle:
Sweet Cupcake Stamp Set   141498

Sweet Cupcake Photopolymer Bundle
 Sweet Cupcake Bundle  142232 
Stamps plus
Cupcake Cutouts Framelits



Labeler Photopolymer 141936


All items featured in the video can be ordered through my Online Store. If your order isn't part of a party or over $150 (because then you get the Stampin' Rewards for yourself), please use hostess code BWH24ZES and receive a thank you gift from me.

2 comments:

Karen O'Connell said...

Sue, Thanks for sharing! I really liked the Pun set, and the idea of cutting an envelope in half and finishing with washi tape to make a small notecard. These would make nice gift enclosures.

Sue Root said...

Karen, the puns appeal to me, too. Good idea about using as a gift enclosure. I thought the frosting on the cupcake was cool. I feel like I'd have to be making several to make it worth the effort, but I loved the idea. Thanks for commenting.

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