Welcome to yet another wonderful ESAD blog hop!
I am so lucky to be in this group of talented demonstrators (friends) and I hope that you enjoy all our projects using new products from the 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue
You have either started with myself or come from my lovely friend Sharni's project
To be honest I really haven't had much time to create at the moment. I have been doing work placement in aged care and I must say those lovely people are so underpaid for what they do.
They are amazing!
I whipped up something simple but with a favourite new product from the Annual Catalogue.
Here it is the new Bloom Where You're Planted Designer Series paper (the whole bundle is gorgeous!)
Such a super simple card pretty much just using the papers (fussy cut of course!) and one stamp from the Artistically Inked Set!
- Stamps: Artistically Inked
- Ink: Evening Evergreen
- Card: Basic White, Evening Evergreen and Bloom Where You're Planted DSP
- Tools: None
- Embellishments: - Dimensionals, Linen Thread and 2021-2023 In-colour Jewells
Next up is the lovely Narelle Fasulo
For a list of everyone in the hop see below
2. Nicole Wilson - YOU ARE HERE!
5. Sue Vine
6. Tanya Rees
9. Teresa Leggo
10. Tracy Held
11. Delys Cram
12. Kelly Kent
13. Rebecca Scurr
14. Denise Buetler
Really pretty card.ReplyDelete
This Designer Series Paper is an absolute favourite of mine (well, the whole Suite really) and I love what you've done with it. Another gorgeous card, Nic xReplyDelete
Gorgeous card , NicReplyDelete
I love this card Nicole, the dsp is amazing and needs little added to it to create a really wow card xReplyDelete
This is so classy Nic. I love that Stampin' Up! products can help us make 'minimum effort, maximum effect' cards. Love this. And you know this is my favourite suite! xReplyDelete
What a fabulous card! Such a fab idea to use the DSP for all of it! - no stamping! (except the sentiment). Thanks for the inspiration. xReplyDelete
Gorgeous - I might just need to have a closer look at that DSP!ReplyDelete
Oh I got the paper too and love what you have done with it! Gorgeous cardReplyDelete
Isn't that DSP just so lovely!! Such a great ccard.ReplyDelete