Hello and welcome to my final post for the Stampers Showcase Blog Hop for 2020!
It is always such a fun and creative hop with the lovely design crew from the Stampers Showcase Blog Hop. They are all very talented and lovely folk!
This month we are showcasing Sale-a-Bration pre-order products! There are so many fun items to create with from Sale-a-Bration 2021. The Sale-a-Bration period starts on 5 January until 28 February 2021. The catalogue has many coordinating products with new products featured in the Mini Catalogue that also starts in January 2021.
I decided to create some cards with the stunning Paper Blooms Designer Series Paper! This paper is beautiful and coordinates with the Pretty Perennials Bundle that is available when the new Mini Catalogue goes live.
The floral images in the Paper Blooms DSP are beautiful I started to fussy cut some of them and use them as the main image for my card. I kept cutting and decided that I would make two cards with a small amount of the paper. The card above also features a stamp set with sentiments called Heal Your Heart available as a Sale-a-Bration item. The font in this sentiment stamp set is so pretty.
I created this second card with the extra images I fussy cut. The sentiment from this card is from another Sale-a-Bration stamp set called Darling Donkeys. Both cards are made with the items listed below along with the Paper Blooms Designer Series Paper, Heal Your Heart stamp set and the Darling Donkeys stamp set. You really could use any stamp set that you have on hand for the sentiments.
I have kept the products used to a minimum to show that you don't always need a lot of items. This would work well if you are travelling, babysitting or wish to take your creativity with you wherever you may go!
Thank you for visiting my blog post today. I want to wish you all the best for 2021. Something that has kept me busy and content to stay home this year is creating cards. I posted 74 Christmas cards this year as I had the time to spend making them. Next year I would like to start making them earlier and perhaps post more. There is nothing like going to the mail box and finding a handmade card in there. I received many handmade cards this year and was delighted to open each one of them.
Make sure that you head over to Jo Blackman's blog post by clicking on the next button. She is sure to have something amazing to inspire you! Then hop around to have a look at all the fun creations form the design team.
Wow, kudos to you for fussy cutting all those flowers! I think the large pink one is my favorite!ReplyDelete
Really cute cards. I do like fussy cutting from time to time, too.ReplyDelete
Pretty cards Leoni. This paper is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Love both of these cards. Very niceReplyDelete
Lovely cards Leonie, can't wait to try out this dsp xReplyDelete
Such beautiful cards! Well done!ReplyDelete
what a beautiful cardReplyDelete
That's a lot of fussy cutting, but your cards look beautiful! Lovely job.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous way to use the DSP - love both projects!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, thank you for sharing xReplyDelete