Hello crafters! I'm so excited that you are here to participate in our July IDEAS Blog Hop today. We are featuring projects that
highlight the amazing suites in the 2021-2022 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog. Six of the ten suites are showcased in this month's bundle!
Here is a graphic that shows a snippet of one of each demonstrator's projects:
I chose the Hand-Penned Suite. I love the line art images that can be colored in using a variety of mediums, ink, pencils, chalks, or Blends, and using a variety of techniques. The Dies, they cut out the flowers and leaves, so no fussy cutting is needed. The Designer Series Paper is gorgeous with its soft colors, flowers on one side, and patterns on the other; it can be used with more than this suite. The pretty Genial Gems, with the gold running through them, finish the suite off nicely.
So, while, my actual tutorial designs are secret and exclusively shared in the bundle, I do have another project to share with you. It was made using the same products as my bundle projects.
Hope you like it my bonus project!
This month's bundle is over 40 pages of amazing creative ideas, and includes designs by 10 global demonstrators. That is a minimum of 20 projects as each designer features at least one card and one 3D
project, some include multiple projects.
Would you like a copy of the tutorials
for these projects for your personal use, or even to use in your classes?
Contact your member demonstrator or me. There are three options to
acquire the IDEAS tutorial bundle from me:
1. Place a $35
order online with my host code, click here.
2. It is free
for all of my team members, join here.
3. Purchase it
for $15 USD. (PayPal or Venmo, accepted)
Once you have received the tutorials, please remember not to
share or distribute the printed or electronic copies of these bundles. We have
worked hard to provide these exclusive projects for your use. If you know
someone that would like to purchase the bundle, please direct them to me to
obtain their copy. Thanks for your support!
Now click on
the arrow to see MaryKate's peachy project!