Love You Lots Trio of Hearts Cards for the Stampers Showcase Blog Hop January 2020

 Welcome to the Stamper's Showcase January 2020 Blog Hop!  This month of theme is "All You Need Is Love."  I love the new Pleased As Punch Designer Series Paper Stampin' Up! designed to coordinated with the Heartfelt Bundle heart punch pack.  One of the perks of being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator is getting early access to new products like this, but don't worry - it will be available for everyone to purchase on February 4th!
The soft colors and patterns of the hearts are so pretty.  I punched out a trio of the hearts and stacked them on a layer of Basic Black cardstock to make them pop.  The "Love You Lots" sentiment is also from the Heartfelt Bundle stamp set and is written in such a cute font.  
I added a trio of Epoxy Hearts to add a touch of whimsy to the card.
Thank you for visiting my blog,  I hope you enjoyed my Trio of Hearts card.  Please click on the "Next Blog" button below to visit UK Demo Kate Bolt's beautiful card.

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A Handmade Card is Like A Hug

Do you know someone who could use a card or a hug today?  #nationalhuggingday #makeacardsendacard 

On to Adventure at the Beach Card for the January 2020 Stampin' Up! Maui Trip Achievers Blog Hop

Welcome to the January 2020 Stampiin' Up! Maui Trip Achievers Blog Hop!  I'm excited that I finally got my act together to actually participate this month, lol!  I've had my eye o the On to Adventure stamp set from p.28 of the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog for quite some time, and when the Tropical Oasis Suite of products came out in the Mini Catalog I knew they were made for each other!  The crazy tourist images are just too funny!  
I've been dreaming of the beach lately and decided that this card is a vision of my husband and I in our retirement someday in the far distant future.  We both love the beach, and honestly - as much as we both hate the cold NY winters, I'm not sure why we haven't packed up and moved to the beach yet!
Using the Tropical Oasis Memories & More Card Pack made putting this card together pretty easy - that's where the "Let's Go to the Beach" panel came from.  I cut all my layers, assembled the card, then stamped my "tourists", colored them with my Stampin' Blends, and then fussy cut them with my Paper Snips and adhered them to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
Real Red cardstock 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 
Tropical Oasis Designer Series Paper 4" x 5 1/4"
Soft Suede cardstock 3 1/2" x 4 1/2"
Tropical Oasis M&M card 3" x 4"
Whisper White cardstock for stamped images 2" x 4"
Thank you for visiting our Maui Trip Achievers Blog Hop, and my blog  I hope you've been inspired by my tourists at the beach card and that you'll be adding the On to Adventure stamp set and Tropical Oasis products to your shopping list!  Be sure to check out what fun projects the other blog hop participants have created.  Click on the list below to see who is up next.

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Stampin' Up! Grapefruit Grove Lotus Blossom Card for Kylie's Demonstrator Training Program January 2020 Team Blog Hop

 Hello and welcome to my blog, Jess B Creative "Card"-iology!  Today I'm participating in a blog hop with other Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from around the world as part of our my friend Kylie's Demonstrator Training Program.

 I created this project I'm calling the Grapefruit Grove Lotus Blossom Card using the new Lovely Lily Pad Stamp Set, Lily Pad Dies, and Lily Impressions Designer Series Paper - all part of Stampin' Up!'s Free Sale A Bration offerings during January - March 2020.  The colors are so subtle and pretty!  And I love the intricacy of the die cut layered over the stamped lotus flower.

I first adhered a strip of the Lily Impressions DSP to the card base, and then popped the Pool Party cardstock panels up with Stampin' Dimensionals to allow the Lily DSP to peek through.  Then I stamped the Lotus Blossom in Grapefruit Grove ink onto Petal Pink cardstock, die cut the image, and then adhered it to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals as well.  I adhered the intricate die cut layer overtop of the flower using just a few mini glue dots.

I hope you've enjoyed visiting my blog, Jess B Creative "Card"-iology, today and will continue on to visit the blogs of the other Training Program participants to see their amazing projects too!

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