Markering

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Kissing Techniques

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Aqua Pen vs Blender Pen

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Using Sponge Daubers

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Love Story Project Life Card Collection

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from STAMPIN’ UP! BLOG – March 30

Do you struggle with how to use the Project Life cards? Do you have a collection of cards that you haven’t even opened yet?

Hopefully I can inspire you to open up your package and put it to good use! I love how versatile the Love Story Project Life Card Collection by Stampin’ Up! (item # 135308) is! These cards are in shades of white, gray, and black.

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For my projects today, I chose to use the white and gray cards for a softer look. This collection of cards allows you to bring whatever color palette you want to your projects. I decided to create a collection of cards that could either be used in a Project Life Photo Pocket Page (item # 135294)—or on cards or tags. Project Life cards aren’t just for memory keeping!

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How did I get started with my collection? First, I chose a color palette to add to these cards: Calypso Coral, Daffodil Delight, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pool Party, Pink Pirouette, and Pear Pizzazz. These colors just make me smile.

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After I decided on my color palette, I pulled out coordinating Color Collections Designer Series Paper Stacks. I used a combination of Subtles (item # 130135), Brights (item # 130134), and 2013–2015 In Colors (item # 130136). These Designer Series Paper Stacks are a go-to product for me. I absolutely LOVE them! I use them all the time on my projects! Then I grabbed a few of my favorite stamps, accessories, and my Aqua Painter (item # 103954) to get started.

Let’s take a closer look at the details on my Love Story Project Life Cards . . .

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After creating this collection of cards, I definitely had a few favorites. I bet you have a few favorites, too!  These are mine.

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Now that I have this collection of cards, I’m ready to create whenever I feel inspired – whether it’s a Project Life page, a card, or a pretty tag for a gift.
SU Blog - Sagert - Photo 6I hope you feel inspired today to put your hands to paper and create!

Courtesy of Sarah Sagert – 2014–2015 Artisan Design Team – Stampin’ Up! Blog

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Joanne x


What’s Up Co-ordination

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What’s Up?!

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from STAMPIN’ UP! BLOG – April 1

Stampin’ Up! carries some wonderful tools.

 

Whats up punch with stamps

Punches have always been a quick way to add detail and to cut out stamped images.

Whats up watercolor

The What’s Up Punch (item # 133781) is a great example; it has stamp coordination, but it works well on its own, too. 

Whats up golden arrows
We’ve made some sample cards to show you different ways to use it. Enjoy!
Whats up punch houses

Courtesy of Jen C. and Kasia J. – Concept Artists – Stampin’ Up! Blog

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