Saturday, 19 July 2014

An Amazing Birthday! Pinkies Blog Hop

Pinkies Annual Catalogue Blog Hop 2014
  
Thank you for joining us on another Pinkies Blog Hop! We're showcasing lots of gorgeous projects using products from the new Stampin' Up!® Annual Catalogue.
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The title of this post is actually the name of a brand new stamp set called Amazing Birthday! I had to do some birthday cards for orders last week, so I opted to use a new set which could be used for both masculine and feminine birthdays.

Here is one of the finished cards which was for one of my nephews. I used our Stampin' Write Marker pens to directly ink the stamp in different colours: Lost Lagoon, Real Red and Old Olive. The background paper is from a small paper stack (£6.25 for 48 sheets) called Moonlight.
An Amazing Birthday Pinklies Blog Hop 2014

This stamp set features 7 stamps as you can see below - 3 circular ones which you can easily punch out and layer with our circular punches, plus a fantastic striped banner and the Happy Happy Happy.... message which looks rather like old 'Dymo' tape in design. I used this for the inner of the card. Two of our lovely Candy Dots finish off the main design.


An Amazing Birthday Pinklies Blog Hop 2014
An Amazing Birthday Pinklies Blog Hop 2014
Here is the inside of the card
My final card is the same basic card, but with a feminine twist by choice of colours, background paper and the addition of some matching ribbon.
An Amazing Birthday Pinklies Blog Hop 2014
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26 comments:

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    1. Thank you Anne-Marie. and thanks for visiting. x

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  2. Love, love, love it!
    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Best wishes,
    Angélique

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    1. Ah, thank you so much Angelique. Jenny.

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    1. Thank you Chantal - really appreciate your lovely comment.

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  4. Love the cards. And the stamp set!
    Eveline.

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  5. You have made some super cards, with a lovely stamp set... I believe you have made my wish list longer....

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    1. Thanks so much and thanks for visiting.

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  6. I'm just drawn to the card with the flower DSP - Yummy! xxx

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    1. Thanks Paula - its amazing how different it looks.

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  7. Great way how you dit the multi coloring on the stamp. Perfect backgrounds with all the cards.

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    1. Hi Hetty. Thanks for your comment. I used our Stamp' N Write marker pens to ink up the stamp, as these are pens and can be used to highlight different parts of the stamp in different colours, this method can also be used for omitting any parts of the stamp you don't want.

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  8. What a amazing cards, love this set ;)

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    1. Thanks Janneke - so many lovely sets to choose from though :)

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  9. These are lovely Jenny :) I love the girly one! :)
    Lizy xx

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  10. Great cards Jenny - had totally overlooked this stamp set! Another one to add to my wish list.... Nx

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