Last Day For Holiday Catalogue Thursday
Cardmaking With Collage Curios and Soda Pop Tops

New Stampin' Up Seasonal Catalogue Out Today

Seasonal catalogueFebruary 1st - Official launch day in Australia for the Stampin' Up New Seasonal Catalogue

More lovely goodies to browse through.  Gorgeous projects throughout as well to inspire a bit of time at the craft table. 

Click here to view it online:   Online Catalogue

Phone or email if you'd like me to pop one in the post for you.  So much nicer browsing through the real thing.  And handy for post it noting!

And Saleabration is on til March 22nd so you get to choose from 19 freebies.  One for each $100 of products ordered.  Decisions decisions .

I do love that beautiful journal on the front cover. 


Here's a card featuring just two of the gorgeous new embellishment options - the ribbon trim (pg 5) and the large rhinestone jewels (pg 8.)


This card layout has been floating about all over the place so I'm not sure who to credit but thank you. 

A chomp out of the shimmery white cardstock (embossed with the fancy fan embossing folder) showcases the DSP underneath.  I've used the Saleabration freebie - Sycamore Street Designer Series Patterned Paper on this one.   A couple of little punches and the jewel to finish.


And here's one of my new favourites - I just love this ribbon trim.  The beautiful soft flowers sit on lovely netting - so easy to just stick it down onto your project.  Snip off one or a whole bunch.  I popped some little rhinestones in the centres to coordinate with the flower centre jewel. 


Some of the products I've used on this card include:

Flower Trim:   Page 5 -  $11.95

Fancy Fan embossing folder

Main catalogue: Pg 189, $13.95

Blossom Punch

Main catalogue: Pg 185, $29.95

Sycamore Street DSP (Patterned Paper)

Free with $100 purchase


Have a fabulous weekend.

Cheers, Sue




I am really impressed with that card, I think I will try something similar, thanks for sharing and I do love that paper xxx


What a gorgeous card, Sue. Love the way you've chopped a partial blossom out of your textured card. Finishing with a strip of the sweet little flowers is perfect .

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