Good Afternoon and welcome to another Freshly Brewed Projects Blog Hop! This week we are celebrating the new Catalogue … or as I like to call it – Freshly Brewed Catalogue!
Happy New .. Freshly Brewed Catalogue
I love it when it’s the start of a New Catalogue and nothing beats a new Annual Catalogue! Now I know I say this every time but honestly … this is the best Catalogue yet … and I know you are going to love it too!
It’s full of stamp sets, papers and tools to suit every style and level of crafter! Whether you are a seasoned crafter or just new to the world of all things Stampin’ Up! or maybe you prefer eclectic and grunge to the cute style or flowers. There is literally something for everyone in this catalogue!
For today’s project I opted to use the gorgeous Celebrate Sunflowers Stamp Set to create this sweet card ..
Check out this gorgeous stamp set …
I love the bold images in this Stamp Set and the sentiments are lovely too! Great for all sorts of cards.
For today’s card I wanted to keep it simple and show that you dont need all the dies and bling to make a nice card. So if you are on a limited budget you can still make pretty cards!
To create my flower panel I’ve just stamped the large Sunflower randomly in Crushed Curry Ink. I then took a Stampin Sponge and using the Crushed Curry just sponged between the flowers. It gives a lovely textured look and quick and easy to do!
My sentiment is stamped is Early Espresso Ink and cut out with a frame from the Tasteful Labels Dies. I’ve finished my card off with the divine Faux Suede Trim. This ribbon is gorgeous as it truly feels soft like suede!
I’ve also opted to pop an insert inside my card …
I do hope you like Sunflower Card. They are such bright and cheerful flowers!
Let’s go hopping …
Now it’s time to see what my friends have made for you today using products from the Freshly Brewed Annual Catalogue …
Thanks so much for joining us on today’s Blog Hop and hope you found some items to add to your Wish List.
Thanks for stopping by …
A beautiful card, the sunflower is gorgeous.
Lovely project, Leonie. Thanks for sharing