First Frost Bundle
Hello and welcome to the September Tutorial Bundle Design Team blog hop!
We are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators who prepare 12 tutorials each month and collate them into one fabulous tutorial bundle. Here is a little Sneak Peek of this month’s tutorials.
This month the bundle contains tutorials for:-
– adorable gift bag projects
– a superb accordian mini album
– a great tutorial specifically for the Stamparatus
– Christmas and regular card projects.
– step by step instructions with loads of pics.
The Tutorial Bundles are based on currently available supplies from Stampin’ Up! and have both metric and imperial (inches) measurements. So no matter where you live in the world, you can purchase the tutorial and will be able to create the projects.
All currencies accepted. Paypal will do the conversion for you.
We are kicking off the release of the October Tutorial Bundle with a blog hop to showcase each of the designers. Be sure to visit everyone’s blog for a little taste of the quality and variety in this tutorial bundle.
My project today uses the same products as the one in my tutorial, however it is a different project to that in the tutorial bundle. It is a slightly different way to use the same set. Remember this is not the project in the tutorial. The projects in the Tutorial Bundle are exclusive and you won’t see them anywhere else.
First Frost Bundle
The First Frost bundle is one of the stand outs of the Holiday catalogue. The stamp set is floral, it is beautiful, it fits many occasions and the greetings are lovely. The stamp set and dies are bundled together at a 10% discounted price. What more could you want? Here is a sneak peek of my tutorial project.
My project for the blog hop today features the same floral images but in a totally different way. It seems that everything I create with this set, I totally love. It is very difficult to go wrong with it.
The little 3d flowers were so easy to create. I stamped the flowers in both sizes with Melon Mambo ink onto Flirty Flamingo cardstock.
Stamp the flower multiple times, die cut them, spritz the back of them (so the ink doesn’t run), scrunch the flowers up, straighten them out and “round” them with a very special floral rounding tool (aka the top of the Multipurpose Liquid Glue).
I punched holes with the handheld circle punch and then attached four flowers together with a white Basic Brad.
A combination of stamped and die cut leaves complete the bouquet. The background is embossing paste coloured up with Bermuda Bay ink and applied through the diamond stencil from Party Patterns Decorative Masks.
The greeting is from Abstract Impressions and has been embossed with Lovely Lipstick embossing powder from the 2018-2020 In Color Embossing Powders.
This is a special card and I have made it for a very special person in my life. Obviously, it is not going to fit in a regular envelope, so I will pop it in a Clear Acetate Box.
The projects in the October tutorial bundle are fantastic and you don’t want to miss this one.
Here is the list of all the designer’s blogs, check them all out for more great ideas to go along with the tutorial bundle.
The good news is that if you are in Australia and purchase from me using the current hostess code in my online shop, you will earn the monthly tutorial bundle absolutely FREE.
If you are part of my Inks and Whimsy team, you will be receiving the tutorial bundle for FREE.
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