Michelle Last

Moving Cards from Stampin’ Up!

I created a moving card using the You Move Me stamp set from Stampin’ Up! for this weeks Global Design Project challenge.  When I first saw this stamp set in the catalogue I was a little perplexed by the striped images but when I saw a demo of how the card worked I was absolutely blown away.

Click here> I have a video on my Instagram account where you can see it moving.

You Move Me from Stampin' Up!

How I made the Moving Card

I used our mini treat bag thinlits die and then die cut the horizontal lines using the die from Move Me Thinlits.

I stamped the pretty flowers and leaves and die cut them using the You Move Me bundle.

The greeting on the front is heat embossed in gold and from the One Big Meaning Stamp set.

The butterfly lined image is stamped twice in two colours, Melon Mambo and Blushing Bride and finally I added the beautiful ombre ribbon to made a loop to slide the insert in and out.

You Move Me Bundle from Stampin Up

This week at the Global Design Project we have a sketch challenge.  We would love you to join in this week and enter your own project into the sketch challenge.   Let’s pop on over to the Global Design Project blog to see what the other design team members have made using the same sketch.

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Painted Petals from Stampin’ Up!

I made todays card for the Stamping&Blogging Sketch Challenge using the Painted Petals stamp set from the Spring & Summer Seasonal catalogue.  I really do love this stamp set and will keep everything crossed that it carries over into the new Annual Catalogue which launches on 2nd June.
Painted-Petals-Sketch-Challenge card

Instead of making a card I made a mini treat bag using the treat bag thinlit die and made a card to fit inside.  Here is the sketch which inspired me…
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Let’s pop on over to the other design team members to see what they have made using the same sketch…

Sandi MacIver -USA/Canada

Amy Koenders – USA

Lee Conrey – USA

Claire Daly – Australia

Caroline van der Straaten – Netherlands

Marine Wiplier – France

Shelagh Freemantle – Canada

Kerstin Kreis – Germany

Patrice Halliday – Larsen – New Zealand

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Pinkies Stampin’ Up! Spring & Summer Catalogue Blog Hop

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Thank you for joining us on another Pinkies Blog Hop! We’re showcasing lots of gorgeous projects using products from the new Stampin’ Up!® Spring/Summer Catalogue. Simply use the buttons at the end of each post to keep hopping!

If you have arrived here from Sandie’s blog, welcome and thanks for stopping by. I hope that the new products in the Spring & Summer seasonal catalogue are inspiring you to get crafting.  There are so many gorgeous new products it was difficult to know what to use!  If you want to see the new products simply click the catalogue cover on the right hand side bar to see a pdf copy.  And if you would like a paper copy just let me know, I would be happy to post one out to you.

I reached for the beautiful stamp set call Indescribable Gift which has Easter sentiments included in the set.  I decided to use the image only this time as it is perfect to colour.

Indescribable-Gift from Stampin Up

I stamped the image on the very vanilla cardstock and coloured it with my new Pink Pirouette blendabilities.  I added some grunge using crumb cake ink and the stamp from Gorgeous grunge and the sentiment is from the aptly named Bravo….

Indescribable-gift card and treat bagI also made a treat bag with the new Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies and the kraft cardstock.  I stamped it and embossed it with clear embossing powder and then coloured it with white kraft ink and pink and green ink refills mixed together and an aqua painter.

The card is designed to fit inside the treat bag and I made a little tag using the Tag Talk stamp set and matching label bracket punch. I also needed some grunging too to make it match in.
Indescribable-gift card and treat bag

During the blog hop you will be seeing lots of new products, please take the time to hop around and see what all the lovely Pinkies have made.  If you decide to place an order simply click the images at the bottom of my post to be taken direct to my online shop.

So now its time to pop on over to Catherine’s blog to see what she has made.

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Have a great Day everyone!

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