Stampin Up Holiday Catalog 2019 Paper Share

Have you seen some of the new designer series paper in the Annual and Holiday catalog?  I will say one thing – we have some gorgeous paper!  Would you like to play with the designer series paper but not sure if you want a full package?  How about that beautiful Seaside Spray Metallic ribbon?  It is so soft and ties easily.  Would you like some of that to go with your paper?  My Stampin’ Up Holiday Catalog 2019 Paper Share that will get you some of the designer series paper and that fabulous ribbon!

For the share you will get

* 1/4 package of the Wrapped in Plaid designer series paper ~ don’t think of this paper just for Christmas! I have some fun ideas for this great paper that I will be sharing in future projects

This great plaid paper isn't just for Christmas. Think about masculine cards and even wood creatures. You can get this paper through my Stampin Up Holiday Catalog 2019 Paper Share.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* 1/4 package of Let It Snow designer series paper ~ got to get ready for those Winter cards!

Winter will be here before you know it. If you love making snowman card you need this paper. Check out my Stampin Up Holiday Catalog 2019 Paper Share.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* 1/4 package of Feels Like Frost designer series paper ~ I have started a series using this paper with other stamp sets to show you how you can use this stunning paper year round!

Have you seen my posts using this paper year round? This paper is perfect to use with what you already own. Get some of this paper from my Stampin Up Holiday Catalog 2019 Paper Share.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* 1/4 package of the Brightly Gleaming designer series paper ~ this paper is absolutely gorgeous and has copper accents in it.  This paper will make beautiful Fall Cards!

Looking for some great paper for Fall cards? This paper has copper accents which is perfect for thos cards. You can get some of this paper in my Stampin Up Holiday Catalog 2019 Paper Share.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* 2 1/2 yards of the Seaside Spray metallic ribbon – as I mentioned above, it ties so beautifully and the photo just does not do it justice!

Do you love soft pretty ribbon as much as I do? This ribbon is so gorgeous and ties nicely. If you want some of this ribbon to play with join my Stampin Up Holiday Catalog 2019 Paper Share.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you wanted to test drive all of the above, it would cost you over $65 delivered to your door for full packages of all of the above. But with this paper share $30 –    which includes $8 priority shipping –  you will get the items listed above. What a great way to check out in person the hottest papers from the Holiday Catalog – you can then pick the one(s) you love the most and get the full package for even more crafting mileage!

Are you excited about these choices? Can’t wait to get your hand on these stunning papers?  Simple email me at [email protected] with “I Want In on The Paper Share!” in the subject line and I will forward you the PayPal button. Orders will be placed in batches of four participants.  Don’t miss out on your chance to play with this new paper and ribbon!  Order today!

 

Stampin’ Up One Color First Frost

Hello Everyone ~ Stampin’ Up One Color First Frost creation shows how to pretty a card can be using just one color.

I did it!  I got the book finished and I got my table runner finished.  I did not get the runner finished until the end of the day and did not have good daylight for a picture.  I will post the photo tomorrow.  I have 2 appointments today so in between them I will work on some cards for the blog.  If I get a couple made I can cross them off my list.  The next few days I have several appointments so I will steal a few minutes here and there to make my cards.  I will get things crossed off my list a little at a time.

Today’s creation is another One Color Wonder.  For my card I show how to use several of the images in a set to create your own patterned paper to use as an element.  Here is the video for my Stampin’ Up One Color First Frost.

 

 

 

Here is the photo of the card so you can see all the elements.

A feminine Stampin' Up One Color First Frost is the share today. Get all the details so you can make your version.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This stamp set is so versatile. See how I used them for my Stampin' Up One Color First Frost creation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out this other One Color Wonder idea that also uses Watercoloring.  Want to see some other ideas using the same stamp set?  Check out the Clean and Simple First Frost or the Stampin’ Up First Frost Friend idea.

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation

 

Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  I am so excited to show you my table runner tomorrow.  It is so cute!  Have a Wonderful Wednesday and what other color would the Stampin’ Up One Color First Frost look great with this layout?

 

 

 

Brightly Gleaming and Christmas Pines

Hello Everyone ~ I paired some dies with a busy designer series paper in my Brightly Gleaming and Christmas Pines creation.

I only have 25 pages left in my book.  I did not get it finished before the meeting last night but that is okay as I will finish it today.  I also did not get my table runner completed.  I totally forgot I had a Christmas Stamp-a-stack I had to prep for.  I am all set up for that today so after they are finished I will go back to the table runner.  I have the binding all ready to attach and I have most of the stitching in the ditch done.  I just have to remember how to stitch the binding on the corners.  Thanks heavens I have a you tube video to refer to.

I only have a few patterns of the Brightly Gleaming designer series paper left to share with you.  Today I used the green holly pattern. This is a very busy pattern and I wasn’t certain what I was going to do with this one.  I did not have any set that I thought I could use with it as I wanted to show you another idea beside adding a sentiment.  That meant I had to #ShopYourCraftStash to use an idea with a retired stamp set and dies.  The Christmas Pines stamp set has the great pine cones in it and the Pretty Pines dies has the pine needles.  I stamped the 2 pine cones using Crumb Cake and Soft Suede.  The coordinating dies were uses to cut them out.  Mossy Meadow card stock was used to cut out the pine needles.  Cherry Cobbler card stock was used for the berry sprigs.  The designer series paper was cut smaller than the normal panel used on a card front.  The ribbon was a #ShopYourCraftStash pick as I love this retired quilted ribbon.  It was attached to the upper part of the designer series paper and then the panel was added to a Crumb Cake card base.  The pine needles, berry sprigs, and pine cones were then layered in the lower right hand corner.  Here is the completed Brightly Gleaming and Christmas Pines creation.

This is a great holiday card. It has an unusual color combo but a great old fashioned look. Check out this Brightly Gleaming and Christmas Pines creation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This spray is paired with some glitzy designer series paper. Don't miss the Brightly Gleaming and Christmas Pines creation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is another idea using these dies with another designer series paper with my Stampin’ Up Christmas Feels Like Frost.  The Brightly Gleaming Snow is another idea using this great designer series paper.  Check them out.

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation

 

Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  I interviewed one dog sitter yesterday and I have another one today.  I am hoping to find one as I will need one when I get back from California.  Have a Terrific Tuesday and what did you think of my Brightly Gleaming and Christmas Pines creation?

 

 

 

Brightly Gleaming Stars

Happy Monday Everyone ~ I did some #ShopYourCraftStash for today’s Brightly Gleaming Stars creation.

Despite sleeping in some I was able to do quite a bit of reading yesterday as well as make all my cards and videos for the blog this week.  I did not get to work on my table runner as I had hoped so today I will read the rest of the book and work on the table runner.  I am hoping to get the table runner finished today but we will see.  I don’t have any plans to go anywhere so I will have a lot of time to work on it.  If I get it finished, I will work on one of Micheala’s baby blankets.  I have my book club meeting tonight so I loose that time for working on anything.  I will get it done slowly but surely.

I am continuing to use the Brightly Gleaming designer series paper for my card this week.  Today I am using the Night of Navy and Mossy Meadow star paper.  I went looking in my craft stash to see what I had I could use.  I found a Sparkle embossing folder that retired last year as well as some Star dies that retired several years ago.  I used a panel of Very Vanilla and the Sparkle embossing folder to emboss it.  I took a strip of the Brightly Gleaming dsp and mounted it onto a piece of Night of Navy card stock that was a little wider.  The card base is Mossy Meadow so the Very Vanilla embossed panel was added using Tear & Tape.  The Star strip was added to the upper portion of the card base using Tear & Tape.  Using the 2 smallest Star dies and Night of Navy card stock and Copper Foil paper the stars were die cut.  The stars were attached to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.  Here is my #ShopeYourCraftStash Brightly Gleamins Satrs creation.

This would be a great congratulations card! I did some #ShopYourCraftStash for this idea using the Sparkle embossing folder and Stars dies. Check out the details for my Brightly Gleaming Stars creation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A retired embossing folder was used to decorate the inside of the card and envelope. Don't miss how I used this folder to create the Brightly Gleamins Stars creation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I used the Sparkle embossing folder for this idea also.  Don’t miss this idea where I used the embossing folder to emboss on the card front.  A couple of great ideas for this embossing folder.

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation

 

Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  I am excited to get my Halloween table runner finished.  I will share it with you when it is done.  Have a Marvelous Monday and wouldn’t the Brightly Gleaming Stars creation make a great masculine birthday card?

 

 

 

Clean and Simple Daisy Lane Bundle

Hello Everyone ~ I used some of the Brightly Gleaming dsp for my Clean and Simple Daisy Lane Bundle creation.

I am so glad I do not have anything going on today.  I will be sleeping in and then I will be spending time in my studio working on this week’s cards and videos.  I will also take some time to work on my Halloween table runner to see if I can get it almost finished today.  I still need to read some also.  I did read quite a bit yesterday but still need to finish it.  Sounds like a busy day but nothing is stressful.  Hopefully I will get a bunch finished.

I have my 10 Minute Creation for you today.  I am still using the Brightly Gleaming dsp and I wanted to use it for an All Occasion card.  Here is the video for this Clean and Simple Daisy Lane Bundle creation.

 

 

 

So you can see the embossing on this card, here is the photo.

This is a pretty clean and simple card. Check out the video for this Clean and Simple Daisy Lane Bundle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This cute daisy makes a perfect element for the Clean and Simple Daisy Lane Bundle. Check out the video.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out these other ideas using the Daisy Lane bundle.  This one uses the retired daisy designer series paper.  I love this one that uses the new Seaside Spray card stock.  And how about this great card that uses the great Buffalo Check background?

 

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation

 

Brightly Gleaming #ShopYourCraftStash

Hello Stampers ~ I used new paper with a retired set for my Brightly Gleaming #ShopYourCraftStash creation.

I spent yesterday morning cleaning my floors and then sewing in the afternoon.  I managed to get two things crossed off my list and another one well on it’s way.  Today we are going to Mumfest in the morning and I have a friend coming to visit and see the house this afternoon.  After that I will spend some time reading my book and working on Michaela’s baby blankets.  I am behind in both of those.  The book is the most important as the book club is meeting on Monday evening and I still have 137 pages to finish before the meeting.  I can do it as long as I have the time.

I am enjoying the #ShopYourCraftStash series and I hope you are also.  I love being able to use my retired product.  I also love combining a new product with a retired one as it allows me to play with new things.  For today’s card I combined the new Brightly Gleaming designer series paper with a retired stamp set.  I began with a Night of Navy card base and embossed the front of the card base using the Subtle embossing folder.  A piece of the Brightly Gleaming dsp was attached to the card front using Tear & Tape.  The sentiment comes from Timeless Tidings  and was stamped onto a scrap of Very Vanilla using Night of Navy ink.  The layering ovals were used to cut it out.  A scrap of Copper Foil was used and a larger layering oval was cut out.  The two ovals were layered using Tear & Tape.  To finish the card the sentiment was attached to the card front using dimensionals.  Here is the completed Brightly Gleaming #ShopYourCraftStash creation.

Allowing beautiful paper to take center stage on a card is a great way to create a clean and simple card. The Brightly Gleaming #ShopYourCraftStash card allows the copper accented paper to be front and center on a quick card.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Navy tree goes perfectly with the Brightly Gleaming #ShopYourCraftStash creation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This paper makes beautiful Christmas cards.  Here is another idea where the paper takes center stage.  Want an idea for a Fall card?  Check out the Brightly Gleaming Thinking of You creation for a great idea.

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation

 

Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  Do you like the Brightly Gleaming ideas I am sharing with you?  Have a Super Saturday and the Brightly Gleaming #ShopYourCraftStash creation is a quick and easy card where the copper accents add a WOW!