Saturday, 6 September 2014

Autumn/Winter Seasonal Catalogue

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!® Seasonal Catalogue.
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I am really enjoying our Seasonal Catalogue, which takes us through from Autumn through to Valentines, stopping at Halloween and Christmas on the way!
The stamp set I have chosen to focus on is 'For All Things'
It uses a lovely 'sketchy' design both for the background scribbles and the images themselves. I have used it so much recently, but here are a few of my favourite ones. I have inked up the square background scribble with a subtle colour, then stamped the stems image on top. In the photos below I have used Wisteria Wonder and Elegant Eggplant (left) and Pistachio Pudding and Elegant Eggplant (right)
In the next two photos, I have combined the set with another new stamp set called Endless Wishes - it comes in photopolymer, which means that the stamp is completely clear (no foam mount and no red rubber) - perfect for aligning directly onto your card. I stamped the scribbles in Pool Party - for the card on the left I extended the blocks right the way down the card, and then added the snowflakes and sentiments in Night of Navy.

Finally, to show the versatility of the set, I stamped the block twice in Daffodil Delight and then stamped the image and greeting from Love and Sympathy. It makes a really quick but effective card.
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25 comments:

  1. Lovely projects Jen, I was hanging back from buying this set as I thought it learnt itself towards thanksgiving but you have shown me I can use it for so many occasions, thank you x

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    1. Pleasure Michelle - has become one of my all time favourites now - along with Lovely as a Tree of course.

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  2. Ok now i really need to have this stamp set too ;-)

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  3. Gorgeous Jenny - especially the yellow and green one! This is a beauty of a set and really versatile as you have shown! Vicky x

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  4. Beautiful cards, simple and classy!

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  5. I didn’t pay any attention to this set as it looked really autumnal. Now I see what you have done I have changed my mind. Your cards look so classy with a simplistic elegance to them. Thank you so much for sharing and giving inspiration.

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    1. Thank you Linda - I do wonder if my cards are too simple sometimes, but I prefer doing cards that my card class ladies can recreate at home. x

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  6. Beautiful Cards! I love this style. Thanks for showing!

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  7. What a lovely show of cards with this set.

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  8. I'd missed how useful that watercolour swash would be!

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    1. Thank you Catherine - it seems to get in all ym cards at the moment. Rather like Work of Art did earlier in the year!

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  9. Great cards Jenny - love that you've shown how you can use the stamp set for so many other occasions x

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  10. Jenny, these are all gorgeous projects. Thanks for so much inspiration :) x

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    1. Thanks Em, your comments always appreciated.

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  11. Jenny these are fab cards - I had totally overlooked this set. Will have to revisit - thanks for enabling!!!! Nx

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  12. Great cards - love the use of these stamp sets!

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  13. Lovely cards dear Jenny! Very usable and case-able for workshops, classes or events.
    You made me look at that scribbles stamp which I hadn't noticed before.
    Thank you for sharing!
    x Caro

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