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??
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.
How cute is this little pouch? It’s so simple and is made out of a 6×6" sheet of designer paper!
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.
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.
I paired up Rose Red and Chocolate Chip for this card. I used Doodle That and Whimsical Alphabet Lower, along with Everyday Flexible Phrases.
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!
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"
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!
This set is called Eat Cake, and of course I used more glitter…
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.
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.
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: