STAMP ‘N HOP – Casing the Annual Catalogue

Hello and Welcome !

I’m back again today with our talented group of Global Demonstrators, bringing you this months ‘Stamp & Hop’

For todays ‘Blog Hop’ we are all sharing our individual C.A.S.E. projects from the Annual Catalogue. If you have just joined me from Narelle’s Blog or as one of my followers, a big warm English welcome to you. Today I will be showcasing Winter Woods stamp set #151359, featured at top of page 71 and has carried over from the Autumn Winter catalogue so with us for another 12-months.

Supplies gathered and heat embossing completed

First I prepared a Basic Black base card #121688, a mat layer of Mint Macron card #138344 and a piece of Watercolour paper #149612. The gorgeous feathery trees were stamped with Versamark ink pad #102283, sprinkled with Black Embossing Powder #146956 and set with a Heat Tool #129054.

I then punched the centre of the Watercolour embossed layer using the Tailored Tag #145667.

Once all layers were assembled, I punched another watercolour piece to fill the gap and then replaced the embossed trees in the centre on 3D Stampin’ Dimensionals #104430.

The greeting was stamped and heat embossed onto a scrap of Watercolour card, trimmed and then attached to centre of card using Mini 3D Dimensionals #144108.

I hope that you have enjoyed what I had to share with you today. Can you see my next card using this stamp set being a lovely Christmas card with some added Stampin’ Glitter ? Pop back again soon and see what I came up with.

July Participants

  1. Michelle Bryant (UK)
  2. Libby Dyson – Australia
  3. Vicky Wright – Australia
  4. Annette Ball – Canada
  5. Rebecca-Jo Unwin- Australia
  6. Jenn Charles – USA
  7. Linda Handford – UK
  8. Mo Rootes – UK
  9. Anastasia Radloff – USA
  10. Narelle Fasulo – Australia
  11. Sandra Roberts – UK
  12. Sue Allen – Australia
  13. Susan Simpson – UK
  14. Terry Montgomery – Canada

Enjoy the rest of your hop around the globe but before you do, I would love you to leave me a quick comment before hop to Sue‘s Blog to see what they have to share with you today.  

Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you back here soon.

Products used today

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18 Comments

  1. Lovely cards. I had never thought of using a punch to create a raised section, bit like the eclipse technique. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

    • Love this set but only purchased in the roll over period so pleased it held over to Annual Catalogue.

    • Sadly I only used the plain Black Embossing Powder. Due to the Customs issues with liquids and powders in Europe, we still haven’t been able to order the Shimmer ones 🙁

    • Definitely Michelle, you probably saw my Noble Peacock card previously created using that punch. Very handy. x

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