Thursday, June 8, 2017

Catalogue launch make & takes


Three make & takes were made during the catalogue launch party. I decided to focus on three of the new bundles - Daisy Delight (my favourite!), Happy Birthday Gorgeous and Eastern Beauty. On each project we used the new in colours - Berry Burst, Leon Lime Twist, Tranquil Tide, Powder Pink and Fresh Fig.

This is the card made with the Delightful Daisy bundle. The colours used were Berry burst and Tranquil Tide. I added white bakers twine and a gold faceted gem in the middle of the daisy - cards need a bit of bling!

This card uses the Happy Birthday Gorgeous bundle and all of the in colours! The background was created by stamping multiple stamps in different colours around the edge of the white cardstock. It is very easy to make your own Designer Series Paper  (DSP)if you don't have one suitable for your projects. The ribbon is amazing - it holds it's shape well and not too slippery to work with. The ribbon is available in all five in colours.

Eastern Beauty was used to make this card. I used the coordinating DSP . The sentiment has the ombre look. This is easy to achieve by inking the stamp in the lightest colour first (in this sample I used Lemon Lime Twist) and then sponging the darker colour (Tranquil Tide) on part of the sentiment using a sponge dauber, then stamp. The medallion was made using a selection of the Eastern Medallion framelits.

Please note that these cards were inspired by very talented ladies but I am sorry that I cannot remember who they were to give them credit.


List of products used:

Whisper White cardstock
Very Vanilla cardstock
Berry Burst cardstock
Fresh Fig cardstock
tranquil Tide cardstock
Lemon Lime Twist cardstock
Colour Theory Designer Series Paper (DSP)
Eastern Beauty DSP

Berry Burst ink pad
Tranquil Tide ink pad
Fresh Fig ink pad
Powder Pink ink pad
Lemon Lime Twist ink pad

Basic rhinestones
Fresh Fig ribbon
Gold Faceted gems

Eastern Medallion Framelits
Happy Birthday Gorgeous framelits
Big Shot

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