Frosted Floral Scrapbook Page for Kylie's Demonstrator Training Group

Today I'm participating in a Blog Hop as part of my friend Kylie Bertucci's Demonstrator Training Group.  It's a fabulous group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who have joined together to inspire each other both creatively and business-wise.

I've chosen to show you a scrapbook page I made featuring the absolutely gorgeous Frosted Floral Designer Series Paper from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.  All of the papers have a soft frosted shimmer and beautiful floral patterns.  This particular pattern with the bright flowers is my most favorite.  Scrapbooking is my first papercrafting love and I definitely need to do it more often!
I cut four 4.25 x 4.25 photo mats from Blackberry Bliss Cardstock and mounted them in the center of the Designer Paper.  Then I stamped a rose from the First Frost Stamp Set in Blushing Bride ink and die cut it with the coordinating Frosted Bouquet Framelits.
The leafs & branches were die cut from other patterns of the Designer Paper, and I adhered everything together with Stampin' Dimensionals.  

I hope you enjoyed visiting my blog, Jess B Creative "Card"-iology, and will continue to check out the amazing projects of the other Blog Hop participants!

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Country Home Black Ice Tin Tile Card for the Greek Isles October 2018 Blog Hop Event

Welcome to our first Stampin' Up! Greek Isles Achievers October 2018 Blog Hop!
Our theme for October is Holiday Catalog Product, and as you know from my post last Tuesday, the Country Home stamp set is my favorite from the Holiday Catalog.

For this card I was inspired to try a simple Black Ice technique which involves embossing the new Galvanized Steel paper with the Tin Tile Embossing Folder and rubbing a JetBlack Stazon ink pad over the embossed images.  I recommend rubbing the side with with the raised floral images, otherwise you'll just highlight the lines and circles.

For the focal image I stamped the country pitcher & succulents in Memento Black ink, colored them in with my awesome Blends alcohol markers, and sponged the edge with Old Olive ink.  I finished the card with a bit of Braided Linen Trim and frayed the edges for a more rustic country look.

Thank you for joining us for this amazing hop today.  I know you are going to be inspired by what the other trip achievers have to share.  You are currently at my blog,

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Nature's Poem So Sorry Card for Kylie’s International Blog Highlight October 2018

Today I'm playing along with my friend Kylie's International Blog Highlight with Stampin' Up! demonstrators from all around the world.  The theme she has chose for this month is "Sorry."  Honestly, I hate making cards for such occasions as they are filled with such difficult emotions.  On the other hand, there's a saying that a card is a hug with a fold in the middle, and can help comfort someone in a way we are not physically able to.

I chose this soft leafy pattern of Designer Series Paper from the Nature's Poem product suite and paired it with my favorite new stamp set for difficult occasions - Kindness & Compassion.  The sentiments in this stamp set make it a must-have for every crafter's collection!

If you like my card please visit to vote for me and check out the other participants' wonderful projects.

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