Monday, 28 May 2018

Catalogue launch projects - sneak peek

It’s another sunny Bank Holiday here in Derbyshire and today I have the some of the projects from my catalogue launch party to show you.

We used the hostess stamp set, Hand Delivered to make one of these two projects...

The above card uses the new colours Highland Heather (a lovely, delicate lilac), Gorgeous Grape (a perfectly co-ordinating purple) and the barely-there Soft Sea Foam.

The alternative uses new colours, too; Poppy Parade (U-turn alert! This is becoming a firm favourite), Granny Apple Green (my favourite new colour) and, again the delicate Soft Sea Foam.

The second card was a variation on the OnStage Make & Take using the absolute must-have Delightfully Detailed laser-cut Designer Series Paper...

Please do put this paper on your first new catalogue order as it’s really gorgeous and so versatile. Here we’ve just used a panel on top of the perfectly sized new note cards - which come with beautiful watercoloured effects in returning colours Mint Macaron and Blackberry Bliss.

But there’s so much more you can do with this paper, too, and I will be exploring some of the options in future projects.


1 comment:

  1. The Detailed laser-cut Designer Series Paper... Is this only going to work with the 4 X 6 cards?

    Sounds like you need the to have the frame around the laser cut and this would not work with the 4 1/4 X 5 1/2 card size.

    It is very pretty, I see where you can fussy cut it to use on smaller cards.


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