Sip Sip Hooray is going to be one of my favourites from the new Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalogue.
Hello and welcome to the September 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. I am thrilled to be included in this very talented group of ladies. Here are the designers for August 2019 through January 2020.
Here is a little sneak peek of the tutorials for this month.
Another amazing bundle of projects this month … there is something here to suit everyone.
– Get an early start on your Holiday card making … there are some great card ideas here.
– If Halloween is on your radar, then there is a great packaging idea from Erica and a stunning card from Alison.
– Jacque features a gorgeous journal and as always, there are wonderful packaging projects.
– 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 – September 2019
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We are kicking off the release of the September 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.
Sip Sip Hooray Bundle
The Sip Sip Hooray Bundle includes the Sip Sip Hooray Photopolymer Stamp Set and the Sip & Celebrate Dies. I have used this bundle for my tutorial this month and created a card for an Avid crafter. Here is a little sneak peek.
The card featured on my blog today is different to the tutorial bundle project (they are exclusive to the tutorial)… today I have used the fabulous Basic Pattern Decorative Masks with the Sip Sip Hooray stamps, and totally different colours!
Basic Pattern Decorative Masks …
I squealed when I saw there were new masks in the brand new Holiday Catalogue. Yaay! I use my masks quite a bit and it is so exciting to have new designs.
The background for this card features Embossing Paste coloured with Ink Refills (Pretty Peacock, Bermuda Bay and Coastal Cabana), and then applied over the mask in an ombre fashion. The texture paste blends quite nicely where the colours overlap. I used Coastal Cabana as the base card …. imagine the different effects you could create simply by using a different coloured base card!!! In fact you don’t have to image, I have gone a little crazy with this technique, if you scroll to the end of the post.
I have featured the champagne glass from the Sip Sip Hooray stamps, keeping it nice and simple to contrast with the busy background piece.
Design Details …
- The glass is stamped in black ink and the “champagne” stamped with the co-ordinating stamp from the set. I have used Blushing Bride for the champagne, stamped off twice to achieve a delicate, yet flavoursome drop! The die set includes dies to cut out all the glasses.
- I elected to decorate my glass with some mint and a strawberry. While there are dies in the set to cut out both these images, I elected to fussy cut in this instance.
- The Sip Sip Hooray greeting is my favourite! It is two different stamps, so one is stamped in black on Mint Macaron card and the “Hooray” is white embossed onto Rococo Rose card to reinforce the pink in the champagne. I love the pop of contrast here.
- And lastly, a scattering of pinkish sequins completes the whole “bubbly” thing going on!
So then I tried some other options …. This card below is cased from the catalogue, but using the Embossing Paste background. The ink refill colours used here are Pretty Peacock, Bermuda Bay and Mint Macaron, on Pretty Peacock card. And I have used the martini glass instead of champagne. And still those Woven Threads sequins are just the perfect added touch.
And then, I got a little carried away with this whole coloured embossing paste thing!
For another example of how to used this Coloured Embossing Paste technique, check out this blog post and facebook live.
But, anyway, I digress ….. 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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