The Floral Essence stamp set is a very pretty stamp set in the 2019-2020 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue.
Hello and welcome to the July All Star 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 are the designers for February to July 2019.
Here is a little sneak peek of the tutorials for this month.
Such a variety of projects this month … there is a little bit of something for everyone.
– My favourite is the card by Emma Goddard … it is just sooooo yummy!!!!
– As always, great packaging ideas from Erica, Sam and Tina.
– Dena is using Pigment Sprinkles and Kylie features the Press’n’Seal technique.
– Great for all level of crafter, there are step by step instructions with loads of pics.
The Tutorial Bundles are based on currently available and upcoming 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.
Tutorial Bundle – July 2019
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We are kicking off the release of the July 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.
Floral Essence Stamp Set
I have used the Floral Essence stamp set (available in the new 2019-2020 Stampin’ Up! catalogue) for my tutorial this month and created an easy floral card. Here is a little sneak peek.
The card featured on my blog today highlights the large floral image in this set and uses very bright colours … a very different card to my project tutorial.
Floral Essence …
This card is inspired by Connie Collins card featured on the Global Design Project this week… and the best thing is that is is created using left over bits and pieces from creating my actual Global Design Project challenge card this week.
I have pretty much followed Connie’s layout and theme, just changed up colours and used a different colouring technique for the flowers. I have used the new and exciting Pigment Sprinkles to create some backgrounds on which to stamp the floral images. The Pigment Sprinkles are deliciously bright, fun to work with and a whole lot of inky, messy amazingness.
Design Details …
- To create the backgrounds for the flowers, I used Shimmery White Paper, spritzed well with water and “sprinkled” various toning colours into the wetness. One colour way is Gorgeous Grape, Melon Mambo and Mango Melody. And the other is Mango Melody and Daffodil Delight. Once the backgrounds are totally dry, stamp the large open flower with Memento Black ink and then fussy cut.
- The background behind the checked frame is the new Fluid 100 Watercolor Paper coloured with a liquid watercolour created with the Pigment Sprinkles.
- The leaves are punched with the Leaf Punch, from another Pigment Sprinkle background.
- For the stamping, I found it best to use the Stamparatus so I could stamp each image twice for a good depth of black, especially with the greeting on the watercolour paper.
Here is the list of all the designer’s blogs, check them all out for more great examples of the Tutorial Bundle Design Team’s work.
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