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Saturday, 4 June 2016

Stampin' Stars 2016 Blog Hop

Morning everyone! Well the last week has gone by very quickly and it's Saturday already. In my last post I mentioned that I was taking part in a blog hop and today is the day. There is a complete list of those taking part at the bottom of my post. Welcome if you have joined me from another blog!

Today's card has been made using products from the brand new catalogue that launched on the 1st June. If you haven't got your copy yet just drop me an email and I'll get one in the post to you.

Stampin' Up! Painters Pallete

There are several new product suites in this years catalogue but the one I absolutely love is the Playful Pallete suite. I'm not usually one for lots of bright colours, I tend to stick to blues or purples but I have just fallen in love with this years in colours. They go so well together and in this product suite they are just shown off perfectly.

For today's card I have used the playful pallete washi tape pack to create this simple yet effective card. I simply cut some whisper white card stock and wrapped the washi tape over the top of it. As it's sticky by nature and easy to tear it was really simple to do. There is also a purple roll within the pack but I decided I use far too much purple and so chose Peekaboo Peach as my main colour. Here is a close up of the lovely colours. The photo doesn't show the lovely shine that the washi tape has given to the card.

Stampin' Up! Painters Pallete


Also within this product suite there is a paper stack which co ordinates with the tape, stamp set and card stock. I'm going to have great fun playing around with this set!

I hope you've enjoyed reading my brief post today and that you might pop back again soon. To carry on with the hop (either backwards to Helen Winstone - Craft Bunnies or forwards to Katie Jones - Deep Blue Crafting) use the buttons below, or alternatively there is a full list of participants with links to their blogs at the bottom of the post.



Everyone who is taking part in today's blog hop!

Cary Buckgham & Gill Moore - 2 Big Girls Crafting
Mandy Sullivan - Stamp with Paper Panda
Helen Winstone - Craft Bunnies
Cat Herrington - Wiggle Craft - You are here
Katie Jones - Deep Blue Crafting
Fiona Stanton - Fi’s Papercraft
Sarah McDermott - Papercraft Artistry
Sara Sayers - Crafty Little Minx
Jay & Barry - Mitosucrafts
Karen Ripley - Sunny Stampin
Fiona Harris - Stamping with Fiona
Fiona Whitten - Oakfield Crafts

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13 comments:

  1. Great project using washi tape; something that seems to sit in my craft drawer and never comes out! But seeing your card you've made it look really effective so might need to dig some out to try it!

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    1. Thanks Sarah, I still have some unopened from years ago but I've decided I must use it as it's so pretty!

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  2. Lovely Cat, I am another one who rarely uses Washi Tape but your project has made it worth getting and using ! x

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  3. The washie tape has worked really well, must try this technique. Lovely card

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  4. I love your use of washi tape and it goes really well with the stamped easel. I love that you have got the Peekaboo Peach to 'pop'. FionaH

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  5. What a fab card. Can't believe I'm saying this as I hate Poo Peach! LOL! Great use of the washi tape and like that this type of card can also be made with DSP.

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  6. Great way to showcase washi tape Cat! Great one for a make and take too me thinks. Thanks for sharing 😊 x

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  7. Washi tape wonder! Fabulous card and fabulous use of the washi tape.

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  8. Lovely card and use of washi tapes.

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  9. Great idea, not sure I would have the patience to do it, though I do have a fair bit of washi tape in my craft stash... I will haave to get some out and have a play! x

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  10. Love washi tape and using it to make a card front is a great idea. x

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  11. Really love this use of washi tape, simple but effective!

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  12. I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it Smile I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post.

    Handcrafted Products & Masterpiece

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