Yesterday I promised another project that I made using products from Stampin’ Up!’s 2018 Sale-a-Bration Brochures. And so I did, using the very same products as I did yesterday!
This is another of the sheets from the FREE Springtime Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper set. There are two features that make this a “specialty” set. The first are the beautiful foil accents throughout this set – three foil colors: Gold, Rose Gold, and Silver. The second is the heavy weight of this “paper.” It’s cardstock weight, and can make gorgeous 3-D projects such as boxes.
For this card, I CASEd (Copy and Share with Everyone) a design by fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, Carol Read. I thought it was a great idea to cut a piece of the Designer Paper leaving openings between the strips to show off the foil in the background. I first cut the strips then colored in each sheet with a different color. For this I used the Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Markers (which will again be available when the upcoming Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog is published), from right to left: Light Pool Party; Dark Pool Party; Light Bermuda Bay; and Dark Bermuda Bay. Those go together in this kind of a design just beautifully. But you can also use regular water-based Stampin’ Write Markers, too!
The second FREE Sale-a-Bration Product that I used today is, again, the same as for yesterday’s project. It’s one of the three ribbons in the Shimmer Ribbon Pack, this one a 1/8″ Bermuda Bay Ribbon. I tied my last two pieces of this ribbon around this card. I’m so sorry to see it go. But it’s still available! So far I have received no notices of Stampin’ Up! being low on any of the Sale-a-Bration products. But it’s going to happen sooner than later as there are just 3 more days to order these fun free products!
If you have questions about Sale-a-Bration or any of the products in any Stampin’ Up! Catalog, just let me know. My e-mail address and phone number are up to the right under my name. I’m in Hawaii, so we’re quite a bit earlier than most of my United States Mainland friends who are reading this. So, if you’re going to call, you might want to wait until I’ve had my first cup of coffee, which is about 10 am Pacific Time or 1 pm Eastern Time.