Flowering Foils Designer Series Paper | Sale-A-Bration


H! I’m Natalie from Stampin’ Up! Sale-a-Bration, one of our biggest sales of the year is happening right now! During
Sale-a-Bration you can get exclusive free product with your qualifying
purchase. We launched some exclusive free product at the beginning of Sale-a-Bration
and now we are releasing even more free product options to choose from. I’m
excited to show you one of the products from our second release you can choose.
It might just be my favorite. This is the Flowering Foils Specialty Designer
Series Paper. I love this! This 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper Pack includes
three each of four single sided designs. So you’ll get 12 sheets total. It has
this beautiful silver and rose gold foiling. You can see right there. It’s so
pretty. Now, not only is this paper beautiful on its own, but you can color
it and transform it into so many beautiful things. Let me show you some of
the ways you can color this paper. One of the ways you can color this is with
Stampin’ Blends. This is how this sheet looks on its own before adding color, but
I want to use the Blends to add color. So I’m using Pool Party and I like to use
the brush tip because it helps so you can kind of get in the little pieces,
little kind of crevices right there. And one of the things you always do when
you’re using Blends is keep a Color Lifter on hand because if you ever go
outside of the lines it’s really easy to just clean it right up with your Color
Lifter and then it’ll be like it never even happened.
So you just easily color on the background like this. When it is done it
looks like this on a card. This is a cute little project that can be used as a
gift card holder. This is the Whisper White Crinkle Seam Binding
Ribbon and it’s also colored with the Stampin’ Blends. For this next coloring
technique, I’m going to use our sponge daubers. I am going to sponge the
flower with Calypso Coral and Old Olive. I’m going to start with a Calypso Coral, just
right in the center of the flower. I’ll remove some of the ink and just
color around it like that. And then I’m going to use the Old Olive
for the leaves. I’m not too worried about going outside of the
lines on this because when it’s done I’m going to fussy cut it out,
so it looks like that. And then on a card it looks just like this. This sentiment
is from the Bloom and Grow stamp set in the annual catalog and this die is from
the Stitch So Sweetly dies from the January to June mini catalog. That’s just
so pretty! Another technique you can use is the
sponge brayer. On this paper I’m going to use the Granny Apple Green, Old Olive, and
Pretty Peacock. I’m using all three of them because I want to do something with
kind of an ombre effect. So I’m going to start out with our lightest color and
just go over the top. Add a little more ink Then Old Olive. Add a little bit more ink. I’m gonna do the
Pretty Peacock along the bottom and then so it blends really well, I’m going to go
back over it and blend those lines so they fade into each other a little bit
better. I’ll just keep going over it till I can blend it and get it the depth
of color that I want. So when it’s all finished it’ll look like that. And then
on a card it looks like that! This stamp set is from the So Sentimental stamp set
and this is the Stitch So Sweetly dies and they are both in the January through
June mini catalog. You can see the Flowering Foil Specialty Designer Series
Paper and the other free product you can choose from with your qualifying
Sale-a-Bration purchase by contacting your demonstrator or by visiting stampinup.com. We can’t wait to see what you create!

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