Welcome to May’s Alaska Achievers Blog Hop where demonstrators
world, who earned the Alaska incentive trip will share fun projects
using the Share What You Love suite. My name is Sherry Roth, from Canada
and I am happy to share with you a fun project that I’ve created using the Love What You Do stamp set and the Stamparatus.
A few weeks ago I held a Stamparatus class sharing three of my favourite ways to use this wonderful new stamp positioning tool. The more I use it, the more I’m realizing just how versatile this tool is. If you’d like to check out the projects we made you can see them here, here and here.
I’ve used the template I created in this video and the same technique to create today’s card using a few of the images from the Love What You Do stamp set. Note: the Stamparatus, which was used for this technique, is not available to order until June 1st, 2018. If you’d like to be notified when it’s available, please let me know, I can add you to my list.
My card measures 4-1/4″ x 4-1/4″. Square cards make me happy! The metal rose embellishment is from the Share What You Love Artisan Embellishment kit. These roses are so beautiful. The twine is the Grapefruit Grove twine from the Nature’s Twine package. I’ve included a full list of supplies at the bottom of this post.
The Share What You Love suite will be available in the new catalogue, which goes live on June 1st but it is available in three different bundle options as an early release in May. Each bundle option includes free product, with the Gotta Have It All bundle being the sweetest deal. You can find all the details here. Plus I’m throwing in TWO free classes (a gift class and a scrapbook class) if you purchase the Gotta Have It All bundle from me. All the details are on my events page.
Before I sign off, I thought I’d share a few other samples I’ve created as I was playing around with this technique.
This wreath was created using one of the snowflake images from the Colorful Seasons stamp set. I added it to the top of one of the mini pizza boxes. I love mint macaron and tranquil tide together. I think that’s my favorite monochromatic color scheme at the moment!
This sample uses images from the Detailed with Love stamp set (available June 1st). I haven’t decided what I’m going to make with it just yet. But do love how it turned out. Because I chose to use red and green, it looks Christmasy but you could easily switch up the colors and it wouldn’t be Christmasy at all.
Thanks for joining me today on the blog hop! There are many more stops
full of inspiration, be sure to check them out. You are currently
visiting Sherry Roth at Stamped Treasures.
Have a creative day!
& tax) and I’ll send you a sampling of all the new cardstock colors!
Thank You Card Supply List:
Note: Some of these items are only available to order as part of a bundle until the new catalogue goes live on June 1st. Others, like the twine and the Stamparatus will not be available to order until June 1st.