Monday, 27 January 2014

Petite Petals aperture card

Good Morning and welcome to my blog today! This time tomorrow I will be saying YAY it's Sale-A-Bration!!!! This weekend has been a busy one for me, filled with work and some play too!!! On Friday night I held my Stamp a Stack for 14 lovely ladies using all new products from the Spring/Summer ans SAB brochures, which went down very well with lots of ladies ordering to get their class free. On Saturday I ran our Team Training Day for 24 ladies in our Jems, making projects, sharing inspiration and making a plan of attack for our SAB period!!! Then yesterday I had an amazing time at the Strictly Live Tour with my son Evan. Its the first time he has been and we were only 5 rows from the front, so so close to the dancers! I could inspect their footwork and everything! The Leeds arena was brilliant and the layout there for Strictly was a lot smaller so it was much more intimate! A really busy weekend and the whole time I was fighting the dreaded lurgy that I have! I can barely speak now!
 So onto the craft, as that's why you visited? Today I am sharing a Stamp a Stack card from Friday. I think this was one of the most popular ones from Friday evening. It uses the new Petite Petals stamp set and punch and another new stamp set, Perfect Pennants, for the sentiment. I used the Baroque embossing folder from the Annual Catalogue to emboss the front and create a little interest. 
 The colours we used were Baked Brown Sugar, Crisp Cantaloupe, Strawberry Slush and Pistachio Pudding.
Can you see the little leaves peeking out? These were made by punching a flower out and then cutting 2 petals out from the flower - 2 in 1 use for your flower punch!!!!!

I do hope you like this card and remember all the new products will be available to purchase from my Online Store tomorrow. I know a lot of my lovely ladies are telling me they have their lists ready!!
Until tomorrow
Julie
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1 comment:

Boni said...

I love this card! Everything about it. Great tip for the leaves. Thanks for sharing! :)