February Stamping to Share Demo Swaps Part Two
Linda was reaching for Spring when she created this card with the Stampin' Up! hostess set called Bloom with Hope. The centers of her flowers sparkle with dots of Dazzling Details. The flowers are anchored with Washi tape. I must admit we are all longing for spring in MN!
Sue's card had us all gaping in amazement! She promised to demo the technique for us at our March Meeting and I have every intention of teaching my club members how to recreate it for their March Technique card!! It is called the Bokeh Technique. Looks like a lot of fun! Sue used the sentiment from the stamp set called Painted Petals.
Mary's card makes the best of gorgeous light and airy layer. She started with a sheet of Painted Blooms designer series paper and then followed this up by the Hexagon Hive Die. The beautiful Butterflies Thinlit Die Cut is the perfect touch to this card. She accented it with basic pearls colored with her Blendabilities marker. The sentiment is from the Sale-a-bration set called Simply Wonderful punched with the Decorative Label Punch.
Dawn's card uses the stamp set called Love is Kindness and I just LOVE the way she stamped it twice. From the scrap she used a heart punch to take out the sentiment. After sponging it, she layered it over her main image. So cool!! Another unique touch on this card is that Dawn only colored the blooms and left the foliage plain. It's actually very striking! The lace is from the Venetian Trim found in our annual catalog.
Diana used the Sale-a-bration ser called Best Day Ever to create this cute card featuring a tag as its main image. I love the sweet detail of the hand cut flowers that she made to accent the tag and to tie in with the tone on tone stamping along the bottom. The designer series paper, the ribbon and the button are also Sale-a-bration items that you can receive as your gift from Stampi' Up! with every $50 product increment that you purchase.
This is the card I shared in our demo swap. If you would like more details about it, I have an entire post on it along with the how to video. Just click on One Design - Three Different Stamp Sets to see all the information on it. I used the stamp set called Big on You.