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Hello and welcome to my blog. I'm an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator in the UK and love sharing my passion for paper crafting and Stampin' Up! products. Thank you for visiting I hope to see you again soon. Zoe x

Thursday 30 March 2017

Moving Along with the Times - Into the Woods

Stampin' Up! Swirly Scribbles just right for adding detail to Serene Scenery Designer Series Papers for the our Team A challenge at Moving Along with the Times (MAWTT).  Our theme is 'Into the Woods'.

I absolutely adore these designer papers that are not only designs but also some sheets are actual images and the pack of 48 sheets comes in 6" x 6" and is not to be missed.  It is very stroke-able but as you get 4 sheets of each double sided design you can use at least one of each side and still have one to stroke.  I know dear readers you are just like me and want to keep it just to look at and with this pack you can.

You can stamp a sentiment on the 'bokeh' printed part of the design and mine is from Stampin' Up! Butterfly Basics and the golden butterflies are die cut from gold foil card with the Sunshine Wishes dies.  You can make mini flowers with part of the Tree Builder punch and gently push on the middle of each flower on a piercing mat with a stylus to create some texture and then just add a pearl or similar in the middle of each.  My flowers are whisper white and daffodil delight and the final extra is my choice of bling with gold thread and gold enamel shapes.

Join at MAWTT for our challenge and check out the other DT for more inspiration.

P.S.   Sale-a-bration at Stampin' Up! 2017  finishes tomorrow. Shop now for those last minute free gifts with purchase.


Janice said...

What an interesting and effective card! Love this one Zoe - I like unusual! Jx

Wendy L said...

I agree, the paper is lovely, great card Zoe, thank you, xxxx

cuilliesocks said...

Absolutely stunning card Zoe, love it all, the background paper is beautiful SO Is the design, Kate x

Emma said...

Beautiful card, Zoe - you're right, the paper is so beautiful. I always hate using papers so having quite a few of each would make it so much easier to use them :) The foil card butterflies are amazing and look so effective! Xx