Annual 2018-2019, Designer Series Paper, Occasions CATALOG 2019

Oh Lemon!

Hello Stampers! I am so happy it’s April! I am excited that the sun is out more. It’s starting to warm up some. Then the really exciting part is Stampin’ Up!’s OnStage!! I can’t wait to see the annual catalog that will be coming out in June.

Demonstrators get a chance to get product in their hands so we can better share how to use them, why we love them and new techniques!

Now with a new catalog comes the retired list which will be sad but awesome because there may be some good deals to be had on its you forgot you loved and wanted! The list will not be available until later April or early May (I’m not sure of the exact date) but I will try to show case some Annual stamp sets that I have missed using myself!

Today’s card uses the Lemon Zest stamp and punch! I have always loved this set! What got me to bring it back out is partly Springtime. At Walmart they had some home decor pieces that inspired me. Two I saw on a YouTube video and one I saw in person.

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I decided to use Crumb Cake as my card base to mimic the wood tone. Then I used some left over Butterfly Botanical DSP from Sale-A-Bration! You could also use our Buffalo Check background stamp to create your own paper.

Handmade card created by Britney Vanderlaan of Hope Paper Creation using Stampin' Up! products! Check out my blog for more details!

I also used some Daffodil Delight card stock. I just used a small strip of it. I layered it under the Buffalo plaid DSP. I die cut a large circle using the Stitches Shapes framelit dies out of Whisper White. I layered it behind the buffalo plaid. Adhereing the three layers down with liquid glue.

Handmade card created by Britney Vanderlaan of Hope Paper Creation using Stampin' Up! products! Check out my blog for more details!

I stamped the lemon and the slice in Daffodil Delight onto Whisper White then punched the lemon out. I hand cut the slice in a circle then in half. I stamped the leaf in Memento black ink and punched it out.

I adhered the leaf and lemon down with liquid glue. The slice is adhered down with Stampin’ Dimensionals. I used Wink of Stella on the lemon and slice. I added texture using the Fine Tip Glue Pen to just the slice.

Handmade card created by Britney Vanderlaan of Hope Paper Creation using Stampin' Up! products! Check out my blog for more details!

Next I stamped the sentiment in Memento black onto some Crumb Cake card stock. I then just hand cut the words out. I then adhered them down with Stampin’ Dimensionals, minis included.

I like the handmade feel cutting the words out gives. If you don’t you can always leave it as one block.

Thank you for stopping by! I hope you are excited for April to be here. Make sure to schedule in some creative time this week so help relieve your stress!

The Occasions catalog is still available until the end of May. What holidays do you want to create for in the next month or two?

 

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Have a great Tuesday!

Keep Stampin’

Britney Vanderlaan

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