by Stacey Marsh Independent UK Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, October 03, 2022

A very happy hello to you all wherever you are in the world, and something brand new for me today.  I was thrilled to be approached by a group of Demonstrators to join this Color Fusers Monthly Blog Hop and I'm excited to share my project with you today. 

I absolutely love a colour challenge as I do tend to use the same colours in my projects!

The premise of the Color Fusers Blog Hop is to make a project based around a set of colours, and this month, I won't lie, was a set of colors that were not my typical go-to colours. But, that said, I am really pleased with my finished project and has inspired me to use these colours more often!  

I really enjoy making projects that coordinate, and for this project, I have made a matching card and gift tag that I have added to one of the new Peekaboo Treat Bags filled with some sweeties!

I have kept the design super simple with a white card base, and a layer of the Layering Vellum and used the Watercolour Pencils to colour in the images from the Full of Love Stamp Set.  

I love how the Bermuda Bay colour really pops against the others, especially by keeping the use of colour to a minimum.  I've added depth with a Stampin' Dimensional between the card base and the flowers.  

For the gift tag, I have used the Celebration Tags Dies and added a layer of the vellum from the card design.  I have layered a selection of the flowers underneath a tag finished with some Black and White Gingham Ribbon.  

Because I really liked how the card turned out, I created another one using the other image from the Full of Love Stamp Set, and this time used the Layering Vellum with the white text!  Which one do you prefer????

If you don't feel inspired by this colour combination, this is one of those designs that would work with any colours of your choice!

To recreate my project, you will find a full product list further down this post which you can purchase from my online store HERE.  

Now that you have read about my project, you can move forward to Bonnie O'Neill in the USA by clicking the image below!

I'm often asked what tools do I use...well here are the basic tools that I simply couldn't craft without!  

Everyone who shops with me will receive a handmade card to keep or share.  However, when shopping online, enter the Online Shopping Code below to receive a thank you gift from me next month

If your order totals more than £150 please do not enter the Shopping Code. You will be entitled to Stampin' Rewards on your order meaning that you can add additional items to your order for FREE. I will still send you a thank you gift at the end of the month, mini card kit and, of course, a thank you card designed by me!

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We have a BRAND NEW Annual Catalogue!!
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Shop the July to December Mini Catalogue

Available until the end of December 2022, this catalogue will see us through all occasions in the last six months of this year including Fall, Halloween, Christmas and more seasonal occasions.

Click the image below to see what's available and start working on that wish list!

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Thanks so much for reading today's blog post, I hope you come back soon.

Have a great day!

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