Good Afternoon! Welcome to another Freshly Brewed Projects Blog Hop with the Latte Girls! Today we are sharing projects made with the Feels Like Frost Suite.
Build a Scene
If you are a regular viewer of my Weekly Facebook Live Videos you’ll know I love stamp sets I can use to Build a Scene. We have many stamp sets you can use to build a scene with. Today I’ve chosen to use Snow Front however, there’s no snow in sight!
Today, on my Facebook Live Stampin’ Time Out Video, I created this sweet spring themed card. After all, it is Spring here! Although some days you wouldnt know it. Some days it can be a little more like Summer than Spring with temperatures in the high 30’s (100F for my Northern Hemisphere friends) and too many Bush Fires to count.
This card was rather easy to do and fits with the simple stamping movement that Stampin’ Up! promote. It was rather fun to do online with my friends. As you can see I’ve also stamped the envelope so it matches my card.
You can view the Stampin’ Time Out with Leonie video here …
As you can see it’s rather easy to make and doesnt take too long.
Here’s a few more samples of my Build a Scene cards …
They were fun and easy to make. That Snow Front Stamp Set is rather a versatile stamp set isnt it?
I hope you like this technique and take some time for yourself and try it! I’d love to see what you make.
Let’s go hopping …
I do hope you enjoyed all the Inspiration in today’s Blog Hop. Remember to leave a comment so the girls know you stopped by.
There are so many different stamp sets you could use to build your scene. Here’s a few to get you thinking …
- Snow Front
- Still Scenes
- Star Gazing
- Winter Woods
- Nature’s Beauty
- A Good Man
- Sailing Home
- Rooted in Nature
- Beautiful Bouquet
- Colourful Seasons
the list could literally go on forever!
Would you like to Host a “Build a Scene” party or private class? Contact me today to book it in and I’ll bring everything we’ll need for a little creative fun! If you are interested in doing this as an Online Class please let me know and I’ll organise one!
Thanks for stopping by …