Here they are…

We had our monthly demonstrator meeting last night, so I can finally show you all the samples I prepared for it! I was creating samples using the Hodgepodge Hardware and Sweet Shop Ribbon Originals from Stampin’ Up! I used lots of the new Palette O’ Prints designer paper too! Check out my Stampin’ Up! website to contact me & book your event for May and get your own set of Palette O’ Prints paper! Can you tell I was creating these during those long rainy days last week and I needed to see some flowers??


Img_3718_2 This is the case that the Hodgepodge Hardware comes in. I covered it in designer paper from the Spring Mini, chipboard and ribbon. I also coated the hardware in Rose Red craft ink and embossed it to coordinate it.

Img_3720_2 How cute is this little pouch? It’s so simple and is made out of a 6×6" sheet of designer paper!

Img_3716_2 Here’s another version of the purse Donna shared with me. My favorite color is purple, and I just love the argyle print designer paper from the Palette O’ Prints for this.

Img_3721_2 The set I used for this card is called "All Through the Year" and I hadn’t used it much until this point…I think I’ll be using it more often now. The next card below uses it too.


Img_3713_2 I paired up Rose Red and Chocolate Chip for this card. I used Doodle That and Whimsical Alphabet Lower, along with Everyday Flexible Phrases.

Img_3722_2 I used the oval punch to make the flower petals and I squished the hodgepodge buckle into white craft ink and embossed with light blue embossing powder. I love the finish it created!

Img_3724_2 I used Bugs & Kisses for this card. Can you see the sparkle on the dragonfly wings? I also punched out the oval in the front of the card…the worm is actually on the inside, with the words "Worm Wishes on Your Bug Day"

Img_3725_2 One of my favorite old standby sets for creating pretty cards is In full Bloom…boy am I hoping it’s not on that retiring list May 1st!

Img_3728_2 This set is called Eat Cake, and of course I used more glitter…

Img_3731_2 I used the corner rounder to create the scalloped edge on the main image here…don’t you just love SU! punches? The sets used here are Simply Said and Wonderful Words.

Img_3732_2 I used the widest ribbon from Sweet Shop for this card, along with the sets Looks Like Spring & Sincere Salutations. The ribbon really makes the card.

Img_3733_2 I finally used my Doodle Alphabet from the Spring Mini for this bookmark!

The swap card theme for our meeting was Father’s Day cards, here’s mine:



One thought on “Here they are…

  1. Hi! I just found your blog. You have some really awesome projects on here! I especially love what you did with the hodgepodge hardware tin. Very pretty! I love your projects with the Palette O’ Prints too. I can’t wait to get mine!

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