Thursday, 11 February 2016

Wildflower Fields with Party Pop-Up birthday card




These fabulous dies proved really popular at at party I did last week. The ladies loved how you can not only create fun accents and tags, but spectacular pop-up inserts.  They particularly loved the way I took some of the tiny die-cut elements in Old Olive and inserted them into the Whisper White, but I can’t take any of the glory for that idea as I saw it on Shelli Gardner’s blog.  Using the Big Shot Die Brush almost exclusively with these dies means the box is full of little bits like this, so I try not to throw them away.  I’ve even used some of the minuscule stars on the inside of the card. Anyone who knows how frustrated I get with fiddly things will appreciate my efforts all the more!


Another product I was showcasing was the fabulous Wildflower Fields DSP, which is FREE with a £45 order during Sale-a-Bration. I love the colours in this paper, and the designs are a lovely mix of delicate florals and geometrics. 

What was most unusual about this Stampin’ Up!® party was that were was absolutely no stamping involved. I think that was a first for me!





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