Wednesday, 12 June 2019

CI#57 INKspired by the New Catalogue

Welcome back for another round of colourful INKspired projects. This is a gorgeous combination - but then anything with Lovely Lipstick is a winner for me!!!  I have been playing with some new stamps from the Brand New Stampin ' Up!  catalogue and was inspired by a project on page 66 using the new Petals and Parcels stamp set.
I first fell in love with the "art deco" style line image in the set, but it tuns out the floral image is just amazing. I noticed the bag first but then the multicolour stamping in the tag caught my eye and once I started stamping I just couldn't stop!!




This was a super quick card to put together once I got my layout chosen, The onlyGranny Apple ribbon I have is reversible with Coastal Cabana but I think it still works. A bright and fun card to make. At the moment I NEED quick cards in my repertoire so this perfect because it satisfied that need for creating an individual look as well as being easy to produce multiples.
I used the cross stitch straight line element from the framelits for a little touch of texture, and the sentiment is from the Darling Label set- so many great stamps in that tin.

I also used the same inspiration for some projects for my catalogue launch and for a swap. It's amazing how different it can look in different colour combinations. I'll be posting those soon.
Next this week is my fellow Qld-er Tanya

Her gorgeous card says my motto most days!

I hope you have a creative week and remember, 
"don't just post online,
 post something pretty!"

cheers, Liz

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2 comments:

  1. Oh this is glorious. I love the watercoloured look of these flowers and the stitched details are so beautiful.

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  2. Such a beauty, Elizabeth. I love the stamp set, and it's on my wish list. D x

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