Luv 2 Stamp Group Easter Blog Hop
Welcome to the Luv 2 Stamp Group’s 2022 Blog Hop! We are excited to share projects with you again this year. We hope to inspire you to create beautiful new projects. Each month we will have a different theme based on the next month’s celebrations using Stampin’ Up! products.
Once you are done with each post, scroll down to the bottom and you will see a list of Blog Hop participants, you can click on their name to go to their post, or you can click the next button to go to the next post in line. Happy crafting! This month’s theme is Easter.
Happy Easter! I love Stampin' Up!'s cute little rabbit. I wanted to use the technique of embossing on vellum and thought this would be perfect for Easter. I also wanted to use the current In Colors before some of the materials I had in those colors retired. I love how these projects turned out!
-Easter Friends Stamp Set
-Dragonfly Garden Stamp Set
-Tasteful Labels Dies
-White Embossing Powder
-Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
-Ivory Stampin' Blend
-Light Crumb Cake Stampin' Blend
-Petal Pink Stampin' Blend
-In Color Cardstock for Base (8-1/2"x5-1/2" scored at 4-1/4")
-In Color Vellum for Card Front embossed (4"x5-1/4")
-Label cut from In Color DSP
-Insert Decor from In Color DSP (3/4"x3-3/4")
-Happy Easter stamped on In Color Cardstock and fussy cut
-In Color Bow
-Envelope Flap Decor (5-3/4"x2-1/4")
-Rabbit stamped and colored
Blog Hop Participants:
Hats Off to Adventure
Have I told you I like to adventure? I think I might have mentioned it once or twice or maybe all the time. I was on spring break this week and I did not go on any adventures, so I had decided to adventure through crafting. I can't believe this bundle is retiring soon! It is so unique and versatile. I had to create with it before it is officially retired. I was inspired by the Stampin' Up! mug you'll see in my last picture for the colors.
-Hats Off Bundle
-Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
-Mossy Meadow Card Base (8-1/2"x5-1/2") scored at 4-1/4"
-Vellum Layering Designs (5-1/4"x 4")
-Basic White Insert (5-1/4" x 4")
-Insert Decor using Beauty of the Earth DSP (5-1/4" x 3/4")
-Front Stamped Layered Piece (5-1/4" x 3")
-Tasteful Label Die Cut
-Hat Stamped and Die Cut on DSP
-2 Evening Evergreen Trees Die Cut using Majestic Mountain Dies
-Hat Decor Stamped and Die Cut on DSP
-Envelope Decor using DSP (5-3/4"x2-1/4")
-Basic White Envelope Stamped
I had to add a photo I took in Pagosa Springs. The morning was filled with fog which made for the perfect sun rays across these beautiful trees.
Ocean At Night
The strength of the ocean and you is inspiring! I love this bundle, soooo much! I wanted to do something a bit different and decided to make a night card. I used Pacific Point as the base and added color using blending brushes.
Rich Sunflower Card
-Card Base (5-1/2"x8-1/2")
-Card Front Left DSP (1-1/4"x5-1/4")
-Card Front Right DSP (3"x5-1/4")
-Envelope Flap DSP (5-3/4"x2-1/4")
-Card Insert Decor (3/4"x5-1/4")
-2 Leaf bases DSP
-2 Leaf Outlines DSP
-Card Insert (5-1/4"x4")
-Sunflower Base DSP
-Sunflower Outline DSP
-Sunflower Center DSP
Step 10: Try not to get distracted by adorable Sirius
You Truly Inspire Me
I had to use the Beauty of the Earth Suite this week. I have had it almost a year now and I have only made 1 project with it. I can't let it just sit on the shelf, in needs to be highlighted. I had not used the blue sky paper from this pack and I was determined to design a card using it. I love how easily this card came together. The Suite Collection made it beautiful! I love how every product coordinates so well.
-Crumb Cake Card Base (5-1/2"x8-1/2")
-Beauty of the Earth DSP Background (4"x4-1/2")
-Beauty of the Earth DSP Insert Decor (4"x1-1/2")
-Very Vanilla Insert (4"x5-1/4")
-Beauty of the Earth DSP Envelope Flap (5-3/4"x2-1/4")
-2 Birds Die Cut
-Tree Die Cut from DSP
-Leaves Die Cut from DSP
-Crumb Cake Ground (~1" hand ripped)
Happiness Is Homemade
I just ordered the Stampin' Up! "What's Cookin' Bundle," and I absolutely LOVE it! The little kitchen tools are sooo cute! Here is my first design using the set. One of my favorite techniques is to use a shape over and over again in the background, which is what I did here with the cutting board.
Steps to create this card:
No Stamping Required
This week has been very busy at work so it has been tough to find the time to craft. I decided yesterday to play with the Heart & Home Memories & More Cards, Envelopes, and Card Pack. I always buy the Memories & More Cards every time they have new ones, but I never use them! 😬 I'm not quite sure why I don't use them more often. It took me about an hour to use up all of the cards and card pack to create beautiful designs!
I started out by spreading out all of the cards so that I could see them at the same time. This made it easier for me to create with. I used the bumblebee trinkets to match the envelopes. There were only a few cards I had leftover because I ran out of card bases. The best part of this whole experience was not having to really design a new card. These coordinate so well with each other, the cards almost design themselves!
I saw many demos use the Sale-a-bration DSP to quickly make cards with very little prep and the cards still looked gorgeous! I decided to use other DSPs in the same manner. I went through my stack and picked 4 different papers to use this simple stamping method on.
-Card base (8-1/2"x5-1/2")
-DSP Front (5-1/4"x4")
-Envelope Flap (5-3/4"x2-1/4")
-Card Decor (4"x3/4")
I laid out the DSP card fronts and picked out sentiments that fit the space as well as the theme of the DSP. I also wanted a variety of sentiments so that these cards can be used for different occassions.
Basic Tools & Supplies:
Hello, my name is Danielle D. Diaz and I am an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in New Mexico. I look forward to creating with you using my favorite products from Stampin' Up!
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