Sunday, 28 May 2017

Stamping Sunday Blog Hop - Wood Textures Suite

Hi Crafters!

Welcome to the Stamping Sunday Blog Hop – Wood Textures Suite hop! The Stamping Sunday Blog Hop takes place the second and fourth Sunday of each month & the team of international demonstrators share designs with a focus on one product or product suite. I'm very honored to be this hop's Guest Hopper!

This hop, we are using products from the Wood Textures Suite which will be available in the new Stampin’ Up! Catalog coming June 1. Please contact me if you live in Australia & you need a catalog!

Here are my two projects that I've created with the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper (DSP).


First up, I've made a card with Wisteria Wonder & Tranquil Tide cardstock & I've used the Softly Falling embossing folder for the top layer of Wisteria Wonder. Then I've cut out a bunch of the flowers from the Delightful Daisy DSP & arranged them around underneath my Wood Textures & Smokey Slate layer with the Daffodil Delight double stitch ribbon underneath.

I got my top layer by using the Lovely Words Thinlit Dies & the Stitched Shapes Framelit Dies. You can see what I did with the other part of the hugs die cut here.


On the inside I have layered a piece of Whisper White cardstock with another of the little flower pieces I fussy cut from the Delightful Daisy DSP. I've also gone around the edge with the Tranquil Tide Stampin Write Marker, then I've stamped the sentiments from the Lovely Inside & Out stamp set in Pool Party & Wisteria Wonder. Then I've added the little flower in Night of Navy from the Bloomin' Love stamp set. I've also added a couple of extra dots to the flowers & around the D in 'friend' with the Night of Navy Stampin Write Marker.


Next up I have the cute little matching hexagon box which I've made with the Window Box Thinlit Dies & all the same products as I've used for the card above.


And here is a side view of the hexagon box.


Thank you for stopping by my blog! I hope you've enjoyed the goodies I've showed you today & that you continue to go around the rest of the blog hop - all the projects are fabulous & you don't want to miss any! xx





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13 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Thanks for showing us how to incorporate the Wood Textures paper into feminine projects. And thanks for being a guest hopper with us this week!!

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  2. Beautiful set! I love the combination of wood and flowers!

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  3. I was so excited to see your name on this blog hop Jessie! Love your projects, your fussy cutting of those flowers is impressive! :) All worth it in the result though! xxxx

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  4. very pretty Jessie, love the hand drawn frame.

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  5. Oh, Jessie! Such beautiful projects inside & out & in between. Congratulations on being our Guest Designer. You rock! D xox

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  6. I'm loving your projects, Jessie! Thank you so much for hopping with us this month.

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  7. Your projects look so wonderful! Love the combination with the Daisy suite.. Thank you for joining us this week! x

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  8. Wow - your fussy cutting skills are amazing!

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  9. Beautiful use of those designer papers. The little window box is perfectly embellished and I love your card! :)

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  10. Wood & flowers - such a great contrast! Great projects Jessie! Kelly x

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  11. so clever to use the wood rings as the circle background! And the little box is absolutely adorable. Incorporating the daisy suite makes it look so feminine and beautiful!

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