GSF -2020-2022 In Colours
Last Blog Hop of the week goes to…Global Stamping Friends! Amazing demonstrators from around the world join in this hop to showcase their creative side every 1st Friday of the month!
This month we are showcasing the new 2020-2022 In Colors! They are marvelous and bright! I have been using them quite a bit! Here are 2 cards we made for my Hostess Club last week! Since my stamps were still in a tub at the time we used the sentiments from the Covid19 Giveback download. Those are not going out of style anytime soon! Yippee!
Here are my 2 cards…I even caught the sun shining in my Creation Studio, so the colors don’t get anymore real than that! 🙂
I did 2 new techniques for these cards. The one on the right is the new craze called Scrappy Strips…that was fun and simple! Easier than I thought it was going to be! And the one on the left is stamping with rubber bands wrapped around a D block! That was cool! I have a tutorial available for anyone who leaves a comment or emails me at firstname.lastname@example.org and asks for it! 🙂
Now it is time to hop on over to Tricia Butts blog and see what she created for this In Color hop!
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Blog Hop Roll Call
- Whisper White Thick Cardstock
- rubber bands and a D block
- 2020-2022 In Color items DSP (Designer Series Paper), Enamel Dots, Ink pads, Misty Moonlight ribbon
- Paper Trimmer
- Heart Punch Pack – the plain heart for the sentiment and the looped heart for the DSP behind it
- Tailored Tag punch – I love this punch!!
- Dimensionals – under sentiment – YOU CAN GET THESE FREE WITH AN ORDER THIS MONTH!
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Here is a sneak peek at July’s Paper Pumpkin kit! How fun it looks!
ABOUT THE JULY KIT
Kit contains enough supplies to create nine postcards and coordinating envelopes, as well as nine die-cut tealight bags.
Coordinating Colors: Blackberry Bliss, Calypso Coral, Costal Cabana, Night of Navy
***The Paper Pumpkin kit does not require the add-on to create completed projects. ***
ABOUT THE SUMMER NIGHTS ADD-ON
Summer Nights Add-On
Contains 24 preprinted card bases and coordinating envelopes.
***The Summer Nights Add-On is not required to complete the Paper Pumpkin kit projects.***
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[…] 3. June Olsen […]
Great cards, June which showcase the 2020 – 2022 In Colors perfectly. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, Libby! Always a pleasure to hop along with this talented group!
June, both of your cards are so cute! I love how both techniques show off our new In Colors. Thanks for Sharing!
Thank you, Janny! I’ve fallen in love with these colors!
Awesome cards, June. I especially love the rubber band technique as I haven’t tried that one yet. Thanks for sharing x
Thank you, Rachel! You should try it…way easier than I thought it would be!
Fun cards! Love these techniques and cards
Thank you, Amanda!
Wonderful card designs. Love the fun backgrounds. So cheerful.
Thank you, Tricia. I thought I would miss the bright out-going colors, but I ‘m loving these.
Such bright and cheery cards! I love the rubber band stamping – I have done that with a brayer, but never thought of just using a clear block. Thanks for sharing that fun idea 😀
Thank you! A brayer? Hmmm, haven’t seen that. Trying to imagine if it still rolls or not. May have to play with that!