Expressions In Ink
It’s time for another hop with the Positive Inkers Global Design Team. This month our theme is all about the fabulous new Designer Series Papers in our new 2021 – 2022 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue. We have some absolutely gorgeous ones this time. My absolute favourite is the Expressions In Ink papers that are part of the Artistically Inked Suite – I just can’t put it down!
Aren’t they beautiful?! 12 x 12″ double sided papers. They have gold metallic on them. The photograph really doesn’t do them justice.
So pretty, it’s hard to choose which to use! I have used one in pink and gold. Use the stamps and dies in the same suite to create this card. The large, pretty die cut is cut in Metallic Gold card to echo the gold running through the paper. Use the flower stamps and die cut them out to back the die-cut. Stamp them in Polished Pink and Magenta Madnesss. Stamp the smaller flowers in Pale Papaya and the leaves in Garden Green and use them in the same way. Add the small rose in Magenta Madness onto your envelope too!
This is the new Create With Friends stamp set, I couldn’t wait to play with it, so I added it to the card. I just love the big words and font! A great one to have in your stash. Stamp it in Magenta Madness, cut around it, and add it to the front of the card with adhesive. Stamp the accompanying stamp – You’re, in Evening Evergreen ink and add to the card with Dimensional Foam Pads. These papers are so beautiful, they do all the work!
I can’t wait to see what the rest of the Positive Inkers Global Design Team have come up with for the challenge.
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Our January to June Mini Catalogue is retiring! that means lots of the products inside it are retiring too and it will be your last chance to get them. There are some amazing bargains to be had. Click on the image to take a look!
lovely card with great paper Kate! love it!
Kate Bolt says
Thanks so much Elly
Jo Blackman says
Gorgeous card and a great choice of DSP, it is truly stunning x
Kate Bolt says
Thanks you Jo. I love this DSP!