Social Stamping – Pansies

June was a busy month for classes, my monthly card classes at home as well as Social Stamping at Taste of Dalyellup. I am taking a break during the month of July to rest and recharge my batteries. Social Stamping will start up again Term 3 from Monday 2 August.

If you are unsure if Social Stamping is for you, why not come along and give it a try? Bring a friend or two and enjoy a cuppa while making one or two gorgeous greeting cards. The choice is yours! I would love to see you from 2 August.

Last month, one of the cards we made was using the Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper. I used a layout from the catalogue to copy for this card while changing it slightly. I loved how this card turned out!

CASED card from the Annual 2021-2022 Catalogue

I used a piece of Soft Succulent card stock for the base of my card, this colour sure is becoming a favourite of mine. I am already onto my second pack! We used a blending brush with a mask from the Plenty of Patterns Decorative Masks set. The masks are a great useful tool in your craft room. You can use them to create awesome backgrounds with ink or embossing paste. Definitely worth a try if you haven’t tried them before.

I love the addition of the square vellum doilies for an added layer, they’re super light and thin so they add another layer easily without any extra bulk. The pansies and leaves have been die cut directly from the Designer Series Paper, I must say I do love it when the dies match the DSP! How super sweet are those little bumblebee embellishments?! Easily adhered to your card with a glue dots.

I am looking forward to my break from running classes in July, to recharge my batteries and to prepare for a busy term 3.

Until then I hope you all keep warm and I will see you in August!

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