Hello and welcome to the Stamping with Friends Blog Hop. We are a group of Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from around the world who love to share our passion for paper crafting with you. The Design Team Members will be showcasing products from the Sept-Dec 2023 Mini Catalog.
Today I will showcase the Rocking Horse Bundle. When I saw this bundle in the catalog, I thought of the rocking horses my kids had when they were younger (way younger..lol). I just knew I had to get it.
Did you know that the A Walk In The Forest Designer Series Paper is part of Stampin’ Up! Craft for a Cause? For every paper sold, Stampin’ Up! will donate $3 to a variety of charities throughout the global community. This year they are supporting Marine Toys for Tots in the United States and Salvation Army in Canada.
Thick Basic White card stock is used for the base. Using Multipurpose Liquid Glue, I adhered a sheet of designer series paper from the A Walk In The Forest Designer Series Paper to Garden Green card stock.
I stamped the rocking horse, gift packages, drum, and trumpet in Memento Black Ink on a scrap of Basic White card stock and die-cut using the dies. I colored all the images using various Stampin’ Blends. For the horse, I used Copper Clay and Deep Medium. The blanket in Azure Afternoon. I feel like an artist when I color using the Blends, how about you? I die-cut the saddle in Crushed Curry and the base of the rocking horse in Azure Afternoon.
Popped up all the images using Stampin’ Dimensionals. The Merry Christmas sentiment is from the Beary Cute Photopolymer Stamp Set.
Another card idea I have (which I didn’t have time to make this week), is a baby card. When I do make that card, I will update my post.
I do hope you were inspired by my product selection for the Sept-Dec 2023 Mini Catalog blog hop. To continue along the blog hop, click on Next Blog to see what Vickie has created for us today.
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Until next time