stampin up demonstrator uk zoe tant
Half term progresses calmly in the TANTalizing household with my children being angels whilst on our shopping trip yesterday and today they were stars whilst one of my technique clubs visited for their class. Today's class saw us try something very simple but with fabulous effect, but that's not what I'm going to show to you just yet. Instead another club completed this emboss resist project last week. I love the combo of poppy parade, pear pizzazz and pacific point with a little night of navy satin ribbon and rhinestones for the luxury feel.
Once again Bliss caught my eye for this project and it's just fab. I shall be sorry to see it go at the end of the month. It's been a versatile and deliciously vintage set to use and I will miss Bliss! One stamp set that will stay for quite some yet is the Medallion which provided the large solid stamp that helps you to achieve exciting results for this technique. This again is versatile and can be used for those elusive male cards that we all seek.
The added butterfly was made using an embosslit from the US catalogue. It was a gift from a friend and I think it's fair to say that most uk demonstrators are wishing for such items to be in our new mini catalogue which launches on 1 April. At the very worst we hope it will make it into our new main catalogue in October. We've yet to get a sneak peak of the 'MINI' and we're all getting very excited. In the meantime I will have to use my gift and enjoy it.