Today I’ve got a couple Blessings of Home cards to share with you. This isn’t the project I intended to share with you today but I just found out the product I did plan on showcasing today has been delayed so I’ll save it for another day.
The Blessings of Home bundle is one from the upcoming January to June 2022 Mini Catalogue. At the moment it is only available to demonstrators. January 4th it will be available to customers. However, if you love the product and don’t want to wait, you can include it as part of your starter kit during the preorder period!
Purchasing the starter kit always the best deal. You get to choose $165 in product (from the annual, mini and/or preorder catalogues) and only pay $135 (no shipping & no GST). If this is right for you, you can join my Canadian team here. We’d love to have you!
On to todays projects…
Sometimes sets like this can be intimidating because your mind may automatically think that it needs to be coloured. So I really wanted to highlight a couple of ways to use the set where you didn’t need to spend a lot of time colouring.
The first card is simply stamped with no added detail, apart from a bit of splattering and distressing around the edges.
The second card was stamped in cinnamon cider but then I used my wink of Stella to just highlight the centre of each of the flowers. It adds a bit of shine to the flowers.
I used same colours and techniques on both cards but ended up with two very different cards. You can catch the Facebook live replay below. In it I make a couple changes to each of the cards and share a few more projects created with the Blessings of Home bundle.
Have a creative weekend!
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In addition to the items listed below, I also used the following items that will be available to customers beginning January 4th, 2022: Blessings of Home Bundle; Heart & Home DSP and Brushed Brass Butterflies