April All Stars Tutorial Bundle Blog Hop – Bloom by Bloom Spectrum Card

 

 

Bloom by Bloom Spectrum Card

All Star Tutorial Bundle Design Team

Here’s a look at the current All Star Tutorial Bundle Design Team. I’m humbled to be part of such an incredible group of amazing women and have them as Part of My Story!.
2019 All Star Design Team
 
The team is ready to help you create beautiful handmade projects featuring Stampin’ Up! products. We have a Tutorial Bundle and a Blog Hop for you.

All Star Tutorial Bundle  

Our Design team has created a bundle of 12 tutorials using Stampin’ Up! products. 
This month the bundle contains tutorials for traditional style cards, 3D packaging, fancy fold cards, and paper crafting techniques! It’s full of fabulous projects you don’t want to miss out on. Here’s a Sneak Peak of what you will receive in the bundle.
 
 
 
The Tutorial Bundles are based on currently available supplies from Stampin’ Up! and will have both metric and imperial (inches) measurements. So no matter where you live in the world, you can purchase these tutorials and use them to create great projects!
 
The Tutorial Bundle is $NZ21 – or place an order over $NZ50 this month with me to receive this month’s tutorial for free. See the details at the end of the post to find out how you can get this exclusive bundle of tutorials.

All Star Tutorial Bundle Design Team Blog Hop

 
Remember, the projects in the Blog Hop are not the same projects as in our tutorial – the projects in the Tutorial Bundle are exclusive and not shown anywhere else.
 

I’m excited to share a card I’ve made for a very special event I’m attending tomorrow – the Stamp Out Cancer Event in Victoria, Australia.

Some Background:

This fundraising event is a day of crafting organised by the wonderful Pam Jorgensen, a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator based in Dimboola, and some of her amazing Team – the PJ Stampers. I met Pam at a Stampin’ Up! Event – On Stage – and we became friends.

The Stamp Out Cancer Day raises funds towards a local Cancer Treatment Centre. As my original career was as a Radiation Therapist, and then as lecturer training Radiation Therapists, cancer care is close to my heart. Having somewhere close to home for patients to receive care makes a huge difference for their treatments.

So you may be able imagine my delight for Pam when she was awarded the “Heart of Stampin’ Up!”for the Stamp Out Cancer Event! I decided a crafty day in Australia for such a worthy cause was needed and booked this trip last year. I’ve been looking forward to seeing Pam and her team, and crafting with them and their guests, and contributing to the fundraising while doing so!

Of course, when Pam asked if I’d present I was only too happy to pitch in. And, when Pam said “Can you use the Spectrum Ink Pads?” I was even more delighted. I’ve had a couple since the 2018-2019 Annual Catalogue came out in June last year – and hadn’t even inked them up to use, so this was the perfect opportunity. So thanks Pam!

My April Blog Hop Project

Bloom to Bloom spectrum card.

Many of the elements on the card come from the Happiness Blooms Product Suite – including the suite colours of Pineapple Punch, Night of Navy, Calypso Choral, Lovely Lipstick and Call Me Clover.

The Spectrum Pads come uninked, and you choose what colours you’d like in them. I’ve used the Pineapple Punch, Night of Navy, Calypso Choral, Lovely Lipstick and Call Me Clover Re-Inker bottles to add colour to each of the individual ink pads which make up the Spectrum Ink Pad.

I’ve then used this inked Spectrum Ink Pad to create the colour block behind the Large flower image. I stamped the Ink Pad onto a large clear block (E Block ), spritzed it with water and then stamped this directly onto Watercolour Paper.

Once, completely dry, I dropped a few droplets of water onto the paper to form the “splodges”.

Bloom to Bloom

I stamped the large flower head and stem images from the Bloom to Bloom stamp set in Night of Navy. I used the Stamparatus to stamp several times in order to get a really dark image.

Taking a piece of Lovely Lipstick cardstock I ran it through the Big Shot with the Dot to Dot Texture Embossing Folder and then attached the watercolour paper  this to a Night of Navy Card Base

With the “de-bossed” side up, I’ve attached the stamped watercolour paper and then tied some Calypso Choral ribbon around both before attaching these to one if the Night of Navy Memories & More Card bases.

I’ve popped on the versatile “for You” sentiment, and added some enamel dots.

The offset layout is carried through to the inside of the card along with the flower – which is inked with the Spectrum Ink Pad.


The Memories & More Card bases are a lighter card stock than our usual card stock. I usually add a mat to the inside as well as the outside of the card as this provides the strength in the card base that I prefer.

I had such fun with the Spectrum Ink Pads as I was making several samples for my presentation and am so looking forward to sharing them with the crafty peeps tomorrow.
Thanks again Pam for helping my use goodies my Stampin’ Up! stash!!!

And here is a sneak peek of my tutorial project. 
 

 
 
 
Now, it’s time to enjoy the other fabulous creations by the All Star Design Team.

 

Please visit each of the incredible All Star Designers:

 

 

 
 How to get the Tutorial Bundle

There are three ways you can receive the February 2019 All Star Tutorial Bundle:

SHOP WITH ME

If you live in New Zealand, you can shop with me, and as part of my customer loyalty rewards program, you will receive this month’s tutorial Bundle absolutely FREE  with an order of $50 or more with me during February.
That can be as simple as placing an order in my New Zealand Online Stop and using the current hostess code – see the top right for the current code. Your order will be delivered directly to your door. 
Or contact me by email: jackie@creativejax.co.nz

BUY THE TUTORIAL BUNDLE

 

Purchase the April Tutorial Bundle for $NZ21

All currencies accepted, PayPal will do the conversion for you.  



 

BE a thINK CREATIVE TEAM MEMBER

If you are in my New Zealand Team of Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators, you’ll be receiving all of the tutorial bundles for FREE!
Keep an eye out in your inbox!
If you’d like to be part of my thINK Creative Team, I’d love to have you join us. 
Read about join HERE or email me: jackie@creativejax.co.nz
 
 
 
Thank you for stopping by.
 

REMEMBER

  • If you live in New Zealand and would like a copy of the new catalogue, please contact me.
  • If you live in New Zealand and would like a demonstrator to order through – I’d love to have you join my group of crafty customers. Let’s journey together! – Shop Now or contact me

Shop with me

  • If you live in New Zealand and would like to know more about becoming a demonstrator – Check out the info HERE.  I’d love to have you join my thINK Creative Team! 
Join my Stampin' Up! Team

Until next time

Jackie Noble | creativeJax

As always – if you wish to know anything more about info in this post, or to get a catalogue, or to join my thINK Creative Team, or to buy any of the items mentioned in the post – please contact me. 

Or you can shop 24/7 at my online Stampin’ Up! shop – the table below shows you what products I used. Just click on each to see more information.

 

 

Please do use the hostess code to support creativeJax if you are ordering online!  

Entering the Hostess code combines the value of online orders – which assists me to offer events and thank you’s for my customers and support charities such as Ronald MacDonald House and local events where I donate product and/or classes.

The current Hostess Code can be found at the top right of my webpage.

If your order is over $300, please

do not use this code

as You become the hostess and get the Rewards!

If you would like to find out about joining my Stampin’ Up! Team (thINK Creative) –

Please do get in touch – I would love to chat with you about that.

 

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