Welcome to the Monday Montage blog hop! Every other Monday, my friends and I share inspiring projects. Be sure to visit all 10 stops…..you don't want to miss anything!
While many of my stamping buddies were at the Annual Stampin' UP! convention in Salt Lake City, I was at home having classes and watching the convention sessions during the live streaming sessions. This first project is a stepped-up version of a card featured in the current Stampin' Success magazine for demonstrators. We made the basic version at our monthly meeting on Sunday.
This card features the Watercolor Wings stamp set. I love how versatile this set can be! There is even a matching set of Framelits. Colors used were Crushed Curry, Tangelo Twist, and Soft Suede.
The next project is a Project Life by Stampin' UP page that we did as a Make and Take on Saturday's scrapbooking class.
I love this smaller-sized page and find it a lot less intimidating than 12" x 12" layouts. I chose Smoky Slate Designer Series Paper from the Neutrals collection to fill the 4"x6" slot and 3"x4" slot. We heat embossed the "Congrats" from the Bravo stamp set, then added a few Bermuda Bay splatters from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set.
To create the shaker element, I placed 2 pieces of window sheet together and adhered three of the sides with Washi Tape wrapped around the edges. I filled the shaker with sequins, then sealed the final edge with the Washi Tape. As a final step, I stamped "Woo-Hoo" from the Bravo stamp set with the White Stazon ink pad.
As I was watching the live streaming on Saturday, one of the presenters was demonstrating the White Stazon pad on a project. She mentioned that there was a little piece of plastic included in the package to spread the ink on the pad.
*****Insert a flurry of curse words here*****
I realized that as I had been preparing this project for my class that I threw this little spreader in the trash. UGH!!! So off I went to dig through the trash…..I found it! I hope you can learn from my mistake.
Be sure to visit all 10 stops on the hop. Click next to see what the Wonderful Wendy has created or click back to check out Kreative Kaitlyn.