Tuesday, 13 April 2021

A Dragonfly Thank You

A Dragonfly Thank You

I just can get enough of the Gorgeous Dragonfly Garden Bundle.
And I learnt at OnTour Canada that it is the #1 seller from the January-June Mini Catalogue! 
And to think that it was my Number one pack when I saw the catalogue.  I just 💕💕💕it! 
So what’s your Favourite bundle from the mini catalogue? 
                                                                           

Here’s the bits and bobs for this card.


                                             Cutting Instructions

 Card Stock 

Misty Moonlight 5 ½” x 8 ½” Card base

Basic White 3 ½” x 4 ¾” Card inside

Basic White 1/2”x2 3/4” Sentiment

 Scrap For circle 

Designer Series Paper

Dandy Garden  4 3/4”x 3 3/8”  For the front

                                4 3/8”x 3”    For the front

                                4” x 5 1/4” for inside

Assembly Instructions

Card base

 1. Fold the card base in half and burnish with your bone folder.

 2. With your Liquid glue adhere the DSP to the front of your card

 3. Punch one  of the Dragonflies from the Dandy Garden DSP

    4.With the second largest circle, cut out with your scrape of Basic White and emboss with the Meadow Moments embossing folder.  

5. With your last piece of Basic White C/C stamp with your favourite sentiment. 

6. Adhere the circle piece onto you card front with dimensionals. 

7.Add dimensional to the backside of your butterfly and adhere the circle. Don’t forget to add a touch a wink of Stella to give it that touch of Bling.

 8.Now add your sentiment from the card using dimensional‘s and don’t forget your Ladybug. 





Inside of Card

9. Adhere the DSP inside the card using your liquid glue.

 10.   Stamp a little something onto the Basic White and adhere onto the DSP! 


Thanks so much for stopping by.

Greatly appreciated.


Cheers 🍻 

Sharon 

XOXO 




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Tuesday, 6 April 2021

Beautiful Moments Thinking of You💕

              Beautiful Moments Thinking of You. 

I find it so relaxing when I water colour. I don’t have to worry about staying in the lines or your colours run together. Cause it really doesn’t matter.
That’s the beauty of water-colouring. Nobody will ever know if you messed up. Can you see my mess up on this card? It’s where the blue is on the dress. The black ink decided to run so I added a touch of blue. And I’m thinking it turned out gorgeous! What do you think?





Here’s the bits and bobs that I used.
But by all means change it up. I would love to see your creations. Feel free to post them on Facebook.com/creatinwithsharon
When they’re completed.

Your card base is 8.5” x 5.5” scored at 4.25” and burnished. 
The DSP is 5.25” x 4”. This is adhered to the base. 
I also have a piece card stock that matches your card base and that’s 2.5”x 4.5” 
The shimmering card stock is what you’ll stamp your image on and it’s 2.25”x 4.25”.
You’ll ink up you image using Stazon ink. And then colour the image using the water colour pencils. 
Once you’re happy with the colouring adhere it to the card stock that’s matches your card base. Glue together and add dimensionals to the backside and add to you card base. 
With scraps of basic white stamped sentiment and punch out with the double oval punch. And with a scrap of Rococo Rose punch out with the larger of the double oval punch.
You want to adhere them together using dimensional’s. And add to your card. 

Hoping you enjoyed the making of this card.
Thank you so much fo stopping by.

Stay safe and healthy.

Cheers 🍻 

Sharon
XOXO 
 

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Friday, 2 April 2021

April’s Events

Monthly Inspiration 
 It's an exciting time in the creative world! The 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue Retirement List has been released, the Last Chance Sale has started, and Demonstrators around the world are drooling over their sneak-peek of the upcoming 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue! Make sure you've checked the retiring items you love off your your wish list before they are gone and while the best deals are still available. I'll be sharing some great samples featuring retiring items this month so be sure to check out what's happening. Cheers

Sharon Davies
Your Independent Stampin’UP!  Demonstrator 

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Wednesday, 31 March 2021

The Annual Catalogue Inspiration Hydrangea Hill Suite Hydrangeas represent gratitude, grace, abundance, and beauty. The Hydrangea Hill Suite makes it simple to add the beauty and grace of hydrangea flowers to your Spring projects of all kinds. The two-step style of this set makes it quick and easy to create simple stamped cards that wow. Add in the coordinating dies, paper, and embellishments from this suite and you can step it up and let your creative style bloom abundantly! Cheers

Sharon Davies
Your Independent Stampin’UP!  Demonstrator 
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SUPPLIES:

BUNDLE Hydrangea Haven stamp & dies bundle (#156251) STAMPS Hydrangea Haven Photopolymer Stamp Set (#154470) PAPER Hydrangea Hill Designer Series Paper (#154570), Hydrangea Hill Mercury Glass Designer Acetate (#154574), Basic White (#159276) INK Tuxedo Black Memento (#132708), Old Olive (# 147090), Highland Heather (#147103), Rococo Rose (#150080), Seaside Spray (#150085) TOOLS Hydrangea Dies (#154326), Stamping Sponges (#141337) or Sponge Daubers (#133773) ADHESIVES Glue Dots (#103683), Stampin’ Dimensionals (#104430), Tear & Tape Adhesive (#138995) or Stampin' SEAL+ (#149699) EMBELLISHMENTS Acetate Card Boxes (#144628), Snail Mail Twine Combo Pack (#154579)

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Tuesday, 30 March 2021

An A Line Wrapped Bouquet Card

                                                              An A Line Wrapped Bouquet 

When I first saw this card sketch I thought it was so hard to do. So I watched a few videos and I got it down pat. And it seems pretty super simple now. There’s so many ways that you could decorate this to suit any occasion. Also a good way to use up the DSP. As it  only takes a 5”x 4” piece.



Measurements…

  • Whisper White Cardstock
    • 8-1/2” x 5-1/2” scored at 4-1/4” and folded in half
    • Scrap for stamping 
  • Flowers for Every Season you’re going to need two pieces 
    • 5” x 4”

The how to’s 

  • With a ruler Mark the bottom front of the folded horizontal Whisper White card base at 2-3/4″. Mark each of the sides of the front of the card at 2-1/4”
  • With your trimmer and the scoring blade. Connect the 2-3/4″ mark to each of the upper corners. Now connect each of the 2-1/4” marks to the 2 3/4” mark. Repeat this on both sides.
  • With the Fold the outer score lines forward. Then fold the inner score lines backward to create the arrow. Use a Bone Folder to make the crease lines crisp. Use Multipurpose Liquid Glue to adhere the folded over sections of the arrow in place.
  • I would definitely watch the Live again to see how I’ve folded.
  • Mark the bottom of the Flowers for Every Season DSP  in the middle at 2-1/2” on both pieces.  Cut from this point diagonally to each of the top corners to make three triangular pieces.  You’ll use one piece of the DSP for the front to the card and only the larger of the second for the inside of the card. (check out the below photo) 
  • I didn’t like the way it looked on the inside so I thought I’d hide it by putting a piece of designer series paper to cover it.
  • Adhere these to the card.

Here’s the Stampin’Up! products I used. 
If you have any questions please let me know. 
Stay safe and healthy. 

Cheers 🍻 

Sharon 
XOXO


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