Welcome to this months One Stamp at A Time Flower Power Blog Hop as I also share a couple of my Display Stamper Samples! It is the 2nd Thursday of the month which means it’s time for another OSAT Blog Hop.
One Stamp At a Time Blog Hop
This past weekend I attended OnStage in Richmond, VA. It was an amazing weekend filled with so many wonderful ideas, samples and new products. I was also excited to be selected as a Display Stamper. Today, I’m sharing two of the projects that I created for the display board. Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing additional projects that I made for OnStage.
Project #1 – You are so Beautiful Card
This card features a couple of new products. The new stamp set is called Just Add Text and features some great sayings. As the background, I’ve used the new Wood Textures Designer Series Paper Stack which features 48 sheets of 12 double-sided designs. It features photo realistic designs.
Part of the design features the new Lovely Laurel Thinlits by creating a leafy background using the NEW Lemon Lime Twist In-Color. I absolutely love the Lemon Lime Twist! Usually this wouldn’t be a color I’m attracted to but the bright, cheerful shade goes with EVERYTHING and adds a great pop of color.
Finally, the main florals are from the Falling Flowers Stamp set. You’ll see that I used the new Berry Burst and Powder Pink In-Colors. The Rhinestones are the NEW Rhinestones that will be available on June 1st.
Project #2 – Salt Resist Canvas Mixed Media
My 3D item for the Flower Power Blog Hop features a Salt Resist Canvas. The canvas was part of a crafty weekend retreat that I co-hosted and the Salt Resist was taught by my co-host, Tracie Langley. I actually had to re-do my canvas after my cat knocked over a glass of water onto the canvas. The canvas came out even better the second time.
This time I’m featuring the Layering Love Stamp Set along with the Lovely Laurel Thinlits and new In-Colors. The new In-Colors are Berry Burst, Fresh Fig, Lemon Lime Twist, Powder Pink and Tranquil Tide. The sentiment is die cut using the Layering Oval Framelits with the background die cut from Tranquil Tide.
To continue on with the next blog, you’ll want to visit Renee Ondrajka! I’m certain you’ll enjoy the projects she has to share with you! To view her blog, you can click on her name or the NEXT Button.
Sunny Stampin’ & Scrappin’!
Beautiful! Thanks for the sneek peek!
Great cards! Love those bright green leaves that you’ve left unstamped!
Wow, that salt technique is pretty neat, Pam! Though I feel your frustration when a cat knocks over something and ruins a project! Haven’t we all been there!? I don’t know how I feel about the lemon lime twist yet – I’m so not a brights girl, but it does look “toned down” with some other pretty florals here. Crystal