Hello and welcome to the Stampin’ Creative Crew August Blog Hop. You are currently visiting me – Gina Connor from Northern Ireland. The theme this month is a Non festive Autumn/ winter sneak peak. A warm welcome to our 2 guest designers this month Mary Knabe from USA and Fiona Whitten from the UK .To navigate the hop just click on any link on the list at the bottom of each blog post and it will take you to the next blog.
Non- festive Sneak Peak of the Autumn/ Winter catalogue
The new Autumn/ Winter catalogue is just bursting with beautiful new products for Autumn and Christmas. There are lots of samples to wet your creative appetite and I know you will not be disappointed!.
So for this blog hop I decided to use the gorgeous Country Home Stamp set. I didn’t only stamp on the card but the envelope and the insert! I stamped using Momento ink and then used our Blend pens to colour the image in.
I used a dauber to add a rustic touch to my card and although it is not obvious in the photograph I used the Light Pool Party blend to shade around the outside of the image- it gives the image a little depth. What do you think of the little image in the corner of the envelope? It makes the card unique – doesn’t it ?
I stamped again in the corner of the insert- it’s such a pretty image!
I used the Dark and Light Old Olive Stampin’ Blend pens, Dark and Light Soft Suede and Dark Cherry Cobbler. These pens are amazing! They give such a smooth professional finish to my colouring in.
I hope you have enjoyed visiting my blog today. There is a list of all the products that I have used in my project today at the bottom of the post, if you are a customer of mine and would like to purchase anything, just click on the image and it will take you to my online shop. Meanwhile enjoy the blog hop- I’m sure my creative crew pals have lots of beautiful projects to inspire you with!
Here is a list of the products that I used to make this card, unfortunately I am unable to show you the new products but I will add them once the catalogue goes live on the 5th September.
See you again soon