Share it Sunday Blog Hop – Don’t forget about the Stars


I had forgotten about these awesome Stitched Star Dies and decided these would be great to use to showcase the Vellum backgrounds that I made and awesome to showcase in this blog hop today.

I’ve seen so many people make the vellum background using the blend markers and some squiggles but I struggle with making that look any good and some of my customers don’t have blends so wanted to showcase this technique with our ink pads.

I just love the sentiments which are from the In Your Words stamp set, which is an upcoming Host Promotion if you have sales of $500 or more you can get this stamp set for FREE.

Another version with another sentiment.

This card was made just using the stars cut from co-ordinating coloured cardstock.

This card was made for a very special friend of mine who is having a tough time at the moment and the sentiment is so fitting. The paper is the FREE sale-a-bration item that you can choose with a $90 order after 3 August 2021.

Hope you enjoyed the cards and you can check out the video here

Once again, thank you for visiting my blog today & that you have found inspiration to create your own project.

Catalogue

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Ordering

If you are interested in any of the products used and do not already have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would be happy to help you place an order, or you can click on the product links below which will take you directly to my online store.

Product List

14 thoughts on “Share it Sunday Blog Hop – Don’t forget about the Stars”

    1. Thank you Jill. There is always a long list of techniques or layouts that I want to try and then when I participate in blog hops I find many more to add to my list.

  1. I think I’m seeing stars! What a fantastic collection of cards to remind us about the wonderful Stitched Stars dies. I love your colour palette – it’s dreamy. Thanks for sharing

    1. Thanks so much. When I’m stuck for inspiration I get these colours out and it always help. I don’t think I’ve ever made a terrible card with these colours.

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