Sunday, January 29, 2023

January Share It Sunday Blog Hop

Hello stampers,
     I've joined another blog hop with demonstrators around the world, today there is no theme just whatever we are currently working on & want to share. I thought I'd not only share a new stamp set but also a new alphabet die set from the new mini catalog.
     I wasn't really ever a fan of Soft Sea Foam until this past week where I've used it on 3 different cards, it may be a new favorite of mine. I started this card with a layer of Basic White Cardstock & ran it through to die cut using 2 different dies- Stitched Rectangles & the new Alphabet A La Mode (*TIP* line the dies on grid paper or to a ruler then use washi tape or post-it note tape to stick the dies together in one fell swoop) this was then backed by Soft Sea Foam Cardstock that was also die-cut using Stitched Rectangle Dies. For the stamped Basic White Cardstock layer, I used the Lighting The Way Stamp Set by placing all 3 fireflies on one block & then kept turning the block so they weren't moving in the same direction using Highland Heather Ink, then came back to stamp the tail or the lighted part with So Saffron Ink, then backed it with a Soft Sea Foam Cardstock base. I stamped one of the sentiments with Highland Heather Ink then fussy cut it out & popped it up with Mini Stampin' Dimensionals over the Hello die-cut. I also cut out 3 additional small fireflies using the Lighting The Way Dies which were also popped up using Mini Stampin' Dimensionals.

Paper Measurements-
  • Soft Sea Foam Cardstock:
    • Base – 4 1/4 x 5 1/2
    • Layer- 2 1/2 x 3 3/4
  • Basic White Cardstock:
    • Layer – 4 x 5 1/4
    • Layer- 2 x 3 1/2
    • Scrap
Follow the links below, to see what inspiring ideas the other demonstrators came up with for this blog hop.
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1 comment:

  1. Such a sweet card, Terri! The color palette is lovely. Thanks for the inspiration.


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