Kylie’s Demonstrator Blog Hop for November

Welcome back Stampers! I am participating in Kylie’s Demonstrator Blog Hop this afternoon. This hop originates in Australia which means it is afternoon for us. 

It is always stamping time somewhere.

This hop includes stampers from around the world. Because of this you will see tons of variety and hopefully be inspired to create your own lovely cards.

Let’s get hopping.

My card today uses First Frost from the Holiday Ca

talog. I used some non-traditional holiday colors, but I love it anyway. This set is beautiful and multi-purpose. It can be used for several different occasions and that always makes a good stamping investment.

Look at all the detail of these stamps. Such pretty colors and images.

 

Thanks for stopping by today. Make sure you hop on to the next stamper. Follow the links and leave a comment here or there. Everyone loves comments!

 

 
I always enjoy hearing from you! Please leave me your questions or comments about the project for today.

Happy Stamping!
Ginny

For your shopping convenience I have listed the supplies for these projects at the bottom of this post.

If you need any stamping supplies, I’d be very happy to be your Demonstrator. Just click on the Shop Now button to go directly to my online store or drop me an email: ginnyharrell@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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3rd Annual Breast Cancer Blog Hop

Welcome to the 3rd Annual Breast Cancer Blog Hop!

We are featuring all the lovely “Pinks” Stampin’ Up! provides us. We have so many pinks to choose from, the best thing is they all go together so well.

Did you know we have a new pink glimmer paper in the Annual Catalog??? Rose Glimmer paper is a true pink. I decided to use the Rose Glimmer paper on two pink projects.

First up:

A friendship card.

This sweet card would cheer up someone who is going through chemo or is a caregiver for someone who is undergoing treatment. We can’t forget those caregivers.

Botanical Bliss

Botanical Bliss stamps and dies were used to create this card. After die cutting the leaves and I decided to use the negative piece as a stencil. Sponging the  leaves on the barn wood background created dimension on the card. 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and for the past few years I have participated in a Pretty in Pink Fundraiser. These ladies do an amazing job of decorating, providing inspirational speakers, fabulous food and wonderful craft booths. I didn’t get many pictures, but you can see from the tables that they really go all out decorating!

Check out these candy boxes I created for my booth. The pattern came from The Paper Pixie (Julie DiMatteo). Thanks Julie for such clear directions.

I used Powder Pink card stock and the Rose Glimmer Paper. Of course, some yummy chocolate is inside the box.

Make sure you continue on with the Blog Hop. Amazing creations are ahead.

Thanks for stopping by today.
Happy Stamping!

Ginny



For your shopping convenience I have listed the supplies for these projects at the bottom of this post.

If you need any stamping supplies, I’d be very happy to be your Demonstrator. Just click on the Shop Now button to go directly to my online store or drop me an email: ginnyharrell@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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His Light for Klyie’s Demonstrator Training Blog Hop

Hello Friends. I am taking a Business Class with Kylie Bertucci this Stampin’ Up year. One of the perks of this class is the opportunity to participate in an International Blog Hop. You will absolutely want to click on every blog link for some amazing inspiration.

Let’s get hopping!

I chose a stamp set I have not seen used much-yet. I know it will become popular once folks see the lovely cards and projects they can create. Another plus is the cards are simple and stunning.

“His Light” has 4 beautiful script verses. You can use these as a focal point of your card or as the sentiment for cards with other images. I always say you can never have enough words!

I chose to use the large Rejoice as my main focal point.

Combining the gorgeous Joyous Noel Designer Series Paper made this card shine.

Have you noticed all the copper products we have in our catalogs this year? Copper is a very on-trend right now in the fashion world and in card crafting. Here are just a few copper products we are currently carrying.

Copper Products

You may not be able to see the copper shine of the Rejoice. To get this effect without using embossing powder I used the new Copper Shimmer Paint and dabbed it directly on the stamp. It makes a nice shiny sentiment but you don’t have to use your heat gun. I also think the subtle shine is perfect for this card. Use your stamparatus and stamp multiples. You will be impressed with the way if looks. To clean my stamp I used a Shammy and a dry paint brush to get all leftover ink from the corners and edges.

Now it is time for you to check out all the other blogs.  Grab a cup of coffee or a cool drink and enjoy yourself. Leave a comment or two. Everyone loves comments.

Happy Stamping!

Thanks for stopping by today.

Ginny

 

For your shopping convenience I have listed the supplies for these projects at the bottom of this post.

If you need any stamping supplies, I’d be very happy to be your Demonstrator. Just click on the Shop Now button to go directly to my online store or drop me an email: ginnyharrell@gmail.com if you have any questions.

All orders placed with this Host Code will receive a gift from me.

 

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Stamparatus

$49.00