Our new challenge at Stampin' Up Only Challenges is a card sketch. I decided to use the Very Vintage Hostess Stamp Set because of the small bee image. The set also has a beautiful flourish that worked well with the sketch. Make sure to check out the link to see all of our designer's beautiful work.
This hummingbird card features Brusho watercoloring as well as traditional coloring with Stampin' Blends. If you have never tried Brusho, it is a lot of fun to work see what all those color crystals will do when sprinkled on wet watercolor paper. The vibrant colors are simply awesome.
Have you seen these cute little treat cups in the Occasions catalog? They are so quick and easy to decorate and would make great favors for birthdays, showers or weddings.
Make a birthday card featuring the Life is Grand Stamp Set and the FREE Sale-a-Bration Botanical Butterflies Designer Series Paper.
The Lovely Lattice stamp set can be earned for FREE with a $50 purchase right now during Sale-a-Bration! This large floral image is eye catching when done in a soft palette of colors.
Make a winter themed encouragement card using the Colorful Seasons Bundle and other Stampin' Up products. See other entries for the SU! Only Challenge #214.
When I was at the last OnStage, I received the Lovely Wishes Stamp Set from one of the prize patrols. Find out where I got the inspiration for this card!
The season of Spring is about here even though it doesn't feel like it outside. SUO Challenges #196 is all about Spring and it's wonderful events. Go visit their blog for some great ideas for Spring themed cards.
I designed this card so that it would fit into a standard business sized envelope for mailing. It features the Sweet Sugarplum 2016-2018 in-color, lots of gold accents, and a Very Vanilla Background.
When life gives you lemons, you should live it with zest. Also, bundle these great products and save 10%. The Lemon Zest Bundle from Stampin' UP has found a perfect mate with the Sale-a-bration Tutti-Fruitti note cards (FREE item during Sale-a-Bration with a qualifying order) and the Tutti-Fruitti DSP paper stack. Don't they all coordinate beautifully?