in , , , , , , , , by Stacey Marsh Independent UK Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, September 10, 2018
Hi all,

The Stampin’ Up! catalogues aren’t just full of product, they are a great source of inspiration! They showcase each product with a project so that you can het a feel for what it would look like in action. When I get a new stamp set or product, I like to make a few different projects to get a feel for the product and also show you how you can get the most out of it.

This stamp set is really easy to make lots of different samples as the images are a good size and perfect for male, female, children, adults and even those tricky teenagers!

For this one, I chose to use the candle images, some bright orange and black which I think really makes this card POP! 
The candles have been stamped using the two-step stamping technique which means I have stamped the candle outline, and then a separate stamp to fill in the image. 
If you have spare DSP this is a great technique for using up those strips that you just can’t bear to part with. 

The sentiment has been inked using a sponge dauber so that I could add two colours to get the effect that you see. This can also be done using Stampin’ Write Markers, and is a great way to compliment the colour combination you have used on your project.

- Standard A6 card base
- DSP measuring 2.5” x 5.75”

Products Used
- Blow out the Candles Stamp Set
- Layering Squares Thinlits Dies
- Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad
- Grapefruit Grove Classic Stampin’ Pad
- 1/2” Black Satin Ribbon
- Stampin’ Daubers
- Paper Snips
- Stampin’ Dimensionals

To order any of these products used, please visit my online shop.  If your order is over £25 remember to use the hostess code for September.
All customers who order using this code will receive a gift from me in October. If your order totals more than £150 (plus P&P) please don’t use this code as you can chose your own rewards to add to your order,  you will still get a gift from me!

Tune in tomorrow for my third card using this stamp set, and my favourite of the 3 designs I have put together!

Have a great day
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