Thursday, July 14, 2022

July Blog Hop

Welcome to another Stampers Anonymous Team Blog Hop! You can make the complete circuit and see all the lovely creations by following the links at the end of each post.

For July our brief was to use products from the new Mini Catalogue. With so many lovely products in this catalogue to choose from, the hardest part was choosing which ones to focus on! Here's what I made:

I'm loving the Splendid Day Suite at the moment. The delicate stamped and die-cut designs and soft colours in the Designer Series Paper make such elegant cards. The papers also have gorgeous metallic patterns on one side too.

For this card, I decided to use the Fresh Freesia paper in the background. I stamped some of the leaves in Soft Sea Foam, and cut out some of the dies in Fresh Freesia and Rich Razzleberry.

For my sentiment, I stamped it on a 1" strip of Basic White and punched each corner with the new Very Best Trio Punch. By varying the width of your cardstock, you can get different looks with this punch. To make the perfect frame, I used a 1.5" strip of Rich Razzleberry. 

I think the Soft Sea Foam Seam Binding Ribbon adds the perfect delicate touch to this card. I also popped on a few Iridescent Rhinestones for some sparkle. 

Well, that’s it from me. Thanks for stopping by! Click on the button below to move to the next stop:

If you happen to lose your way here’s a list of all the participants:
1. Nikki Stalker
2. Melissa Gifford
3. Sharon Wilson
4. Kylie Page
5. Marelle Taylor (you are here!)
6. Elizabeth Yager


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  1. Such an elegant card yet again Marelle. I love this suite of products and love how you have used it.

  2. This is absolutely gorgeous, Marelle! And now I'm kicking myself that I don't own this suite so I can't CASE it! It's beautiful!

  3. Gorgeous. I'm still yet to play with this set as I was away for the online event.

  4. Gorgeous card Marelle, and I love that you have used the trio punch, I haven’t seen that used before.



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