Stamping Sunday Blog Hop – Petal Passion

Stamping Sunday Blog Hop – Petal Passion

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Petal Palette Stamp Set

It’s a Stamping Sunday kind of day! Welcome to my blog and today I am hopping with the fabulous Stamping Sunday second Sunday girls, organised by Sara Levin at The Artful Stamper.  The amazing Jenny Hall is our guest stamper today … prepare to be wowed! Jenny is one of the most amazing paper artists I know.  Check out her blog “Jenny Stamps Up” for daily inspiration and videos!

We are featuring the stamp set that seems to be everyone’s favourite from the new Stampin’ Up! 2018 Occasions Catalogue … and with good reason!  The Petal Palette stamp set and the co-ordinating Petals & More dies are amazing. They are the perfect “go to” when you are short on time and yet need a special card. To date, I am yet to create anything that I wasn’t happy with.

Today is no exception… I created this card as a Make and Take project for my Occasions Catalogue celebration this weekend.

Petal Palette Blue Roses

The rose image from the Petal Palette is amazing. No matter what you do, it always looks good. This time, I have stamped onto Shimmery White Cardstock with Archival Black Ink and coloured with Pool Party, Old Olive and Smoky Slate inks and a blender pen. I deliberately coloured with short, quick strokes leaving lots of white showing through for a watercoloured look.  The die makes the roses super easy to cut out, a real time saver!

Blue Roses Close Up

The background piece is from the Petal Passion Designer Series Paper and that gorgeous, delicate silver piece is one of the dies from the Petals & More Thinlits dies, adhered to a Smoky Slate banner shape. Add some Silver Metallic thread and a sentiment and your’e done!  Quick, simple and stunning … what more could you ask for!

Multi coloured Mini Note Cards

This next project was also quick and easy and would make a lovely small gift. The Mini Pizza Boxes make great little mini note card holders (and it helps that Stampin’ Up! make super cute little square envelopes that fit inside the Mini Pizza Box perfectly).   The envelopes are 7.6cm x 7.6cm (3″ x 3″).

Note Cards and Pizza Box

This is a very simple create … stamp and colour each flower spring four times, colour each set of flowers a different colour and die cut with the co-ordinating die from the Petals & More Thinlits Dies.

Mini Pizza Box Note Card Holder

The Mini Pizza box comes pre-cut and scored, flat packed ready to assemble, no glue required. The top of the box is the same layout as the note card fronts, utilising paper from the Petal Passion Designer Series paper and a square Stitched Shape Framelit. I have used the Organza Ribbon that comes in the Petal Passion product suite to tie the box together.

Mini Note Cards

I coloured the flowers with a blender pen and inks, and the greetings are all from the Petal Palette stamp set, stamped in Old Olive.  If you are wondering what happened to the fourth flower I mentioned, I adhered it inside the note card (but neglected to photograph it).

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As you can probably tell, I am having a ball playing around with the Petal Palette Stamp Set and the whole range of Petal Passion products.

If you would like more inspiration right in your inbox, I have joined the  Stamping Sunday girls in creating a fabulous tutorial bundle for February which features six step by step projects featuring either the Petal Palette Stamp Set or alternative uses for the kits in the Occasions Catalogue.
My team members are receiving this tutorial for FREE. For more information about joining my team click here.
My customers are receiving this tutorial for FREE with a purchase of $50 or more in February. Click here to go to my online shop.
And if you already have a demonstrator you purchase from, you can still purchase the tutorial bundle from me for AU$12.00 … email me at … payment is by Paypal or direct deposit.

The six tutorials by Kelly Kent, Sara Levin, Denita Wright-Smee, Danielle Bennenk, Kim Oliver and myself include lots of step by step photos, full measurements in both imperial and metric and supply lists … you will be creating in no time.

Next up in the hop today is Mikaela Titheridge from the United Kingdom. Her blog is The Crafty Oink Pen .. how cute is that name! 🙂

And here are the full list of blog participants.  Have fun and we would love it if you would leave comments and let us know you are out there! 🙂

As if this hop AND the tutorial bundle isn’t enough inspiration to get in and use the Petal Palette Stamp set and suite of products, here are some links to other posts where I have used these products.

January Scrapbook Sunday Blog Hop

Kylie’s International Blog Highlight January 2018

Scrapbook Sunday Blog Hop – December

And if you do purchase the Petal Palette bundle from me before end of February, you will receive an Online Class featuring the Petal Palette bundle in 6 PDF tutorials and a video for each project, for FREE. Click here for more details.

Combine that with Sale-A-Bration free items, and there is a lot of FREE going around this month.

And if you are in Australia and would like to purchase any of the products to create the projects featured in my post today, click on any of the thumbnail images below and you will go directly to my Stampin’ Up! online store.  I certainly appreciate your support.  Don’t forget to use the rewards code for February to receive an extra little gift from me at the end of the month.
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  • Oh Cheryll, I do so love your cute little box of cards. How gorgeous are these?!! Beautiful projects.Thank you for sharing ….. and I’m pleased my business name has made you smile. Our home was built on the land of a former Pig Farm, hence the oINK Pen xx

    • Hey Mikaela, thanks for stopping by … I love your business name! Such fun and great that it also has a back story! xxx

  • Cheryll, you’ve created two beautiful projects! Coloring the die cut border on the rose cluster gives it an entirely different look. I think I’ll have to play with that idea. And your wonderful set of mini notes cards… I love the way you’ve used the same layout yet made each card an individual.

    • Thank you so much for the opportunity of being on this fabulous design team Sara! Yes, colouring the die cut edges is something I like to do. It looks good in light blue as well, but I went with smoky slate to match the banner shape. Or did I make the banner shape to match the coloured die cut edge? I can’t remember! Whatever, it came out quite well! 🙂 xxx