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Share What You Love – Try It Tuesday

Whew, I have managed to catch up with myself after getting the girls back to school – it was fun to spend time with them over the holidays and we had some really fun adventures, but it’s also good to get back to routine 🙂

I went LIVE on Facebook yesterday to share a quick & pretty card using the newly released Share What You Love Suite!  This gorgeous suite has been designed especially to mark Stampin’ Up!’s 30th anniversary and so it features touches of pearl that add a lovely touch to the wonderful images and sentiments!

I layered up the colours on the flower image for a subtle tone on tone look – a combination of Fresh Fig and Rich Razzleberry, sometimes stamping off on scrap paper and sometimes stamping with the full intensity of colour.  I also got to use a brand new inkpad for the first time – the lovely Mint Macaron, so happy to have that colour returning.

You can’t see it in the images but the Designer Series Paper in the background and the doily both feature a gorgeous pearlised finish that is just stunning – you will see it in the video.  The card is then topped off with the lovely soft Rich Razzleberry 1/4″ Velvet Ribbon and the Share What You Love Artisan Pearls (I can see myself using a TON of these!)

Check out the video to see how to create this card yourself!

Stamps: Love What You Do
Cardstock: Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper
Ink: Fresh Fig, Rich Razzleberry, Mint Macaron, Crumb Cake
Other: Pearlized Doilies, Rich Razzleberry 1/4″ Velvet Ribbon, Share What You Love Artisan Pearls


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