What I Love & Happy Patterns from Stampin’ Up!

What I Love & Happy Patterns from Stampin’ Up! 

Stampin' Up! Spring/Summer 2016 Catalogue - SAB

I’m back today with a card I made using What I Love & Happy Patterns from Stampin’ Up! I usually post on a Friday but my internet connection bombed out yesterday and wasn’t back up in time to get the post out. Anyway, without further ado here it is! I hope you like it.

What I Love & Happy Patterns from Stampin' Up! Tracy May

 

I created the circle in the middle by putting a circle mask over the Happy Patterns Decorative Mask and blending Pink Pirouette, Blushing Bride and a touch of Calypso Coral. I forgot to put some tape down the full length of the side and got some ink on it, hence the strip of Dazzling Diamond Glimmer Paper. I think it’s starting to become a trademark look! Lol!

The flowers are from the fabulous What I Love Sale-a-bration set – one of my favourites!

Don’t forget that Sale-a-bration ends on 31st March. It’s a fantastic time to buy the Starter Kit!

New Stampin' Up! Catalogue and Sale-a-bration

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Let me know if you need a copy of the Spring/Summer Catalogue and Sale-a-bration brochure and I will send you one (UK, NL, DE, FR, AT only I’m afraid).

Comments

  1. The masked circle is a gorgeous backdrop to the blooms Tracy – the glittery strip is the perfect embellishment too..a great way to cover inky mistakes!

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