Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop – Coordination Product

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A very warm welcome to the very first Artisan Design Team Blog Hop for 2020! I am SO thrilled and thankful to have been selected to be a part of the team for 2020! I’ll be back early next week with a proper introduction to the whole team (who are totally amazing!), but for today we are sharing some inspiration using the Coordination Product Release. Sale-A-Bration is HERE! From the 3rd Jan to the 31st March you can earn yourself a whole load of FREE items in one of 3 ways – Shop, Host or Join! In ADDITION to all the amazing products within the NEW Mini Catalogue, and the Sale-A-Bration items you can earn for FREE, you can also purchase Coordinating items to make your crafting even easier!

Coordination Product Release: Pre-order: 3 January–3 February 2020

These Coordination Products are available to Demonstrators during the pre-order period (3rd Jan to 3rd Feb). This is an exclusive, limited-time collection of products that has everything you need to let you celebrate your creativity. This selection of products coordinate with stamps from Sale-A-Bration and the Jan-Jun Mini Catalogue, and the Designer Series Paper Coordinates with Punches – so cool! This is a limited time offer. (Or while supplies last) so be sure to get your  Coordination Product Release products today! Ordering • Don’t forget as demonstrators you have exclusive, early access to the Coordination Product Release. • Preorders are limited to one per demonstrator. • Customers will be able to purchase Coordination Product Release products on February 4th, 2020. The product I am sharing with you today is the Special Day Dies, which coordinate perfectly with the Special Someone Stamp Set. This stamp set is available in the Mini Catalogue (pg 36) These dies not only have the outlines of all the stamps but extra coordinating dies such as the grass edging and the speech bubble.

To create the two Racoons facing each other I have used the mirroring technique in the Stamparatus. The grass was cut out of Granny Apple Green and then I added some extra ink (in the same colour) with the dauber to add depth. On my second card – these flowers were so quick and easy to cut out using the dies. Some of the flower dies coordinate with the stamps, but there is also a set of 4 grouped together which I have added to the grass, as well as this card below.

The background to this card is using the new Coastal Weave embossing folder, is creates such a lovely background and would compliment nearly any stamp set you have.

If you would like to see all of these products being used, then make sure you hop on around to all of the NEW Artisan Design Team 2020 and check out their blogs and what they have in store for you.

So now, for the first time this year, I am sending you on over to the lovely Helene den Breejen  who is using the Sending Flowers Dies…

If you live in the UK, I would love you to choose me as your demonstrator. If you would like to purchase any of these products you can click on the Shop Now button or by clicking on any of the images below. Alternatively you can also contact me by email. Please be sure to use the monthly code and I’ll send a little something out to you the following month to say Thank You!

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Artisan Design Team – Blog Roll

Caroline van de Straaten
Emma Goddard >> You are currently HERE
Helene den Breejen
Jan Clothier
Lauren Alarid
Leah Fedynak
Manuela Geiswinkler
Marine Wiplier
Martha Groger
Martin Stone
Narelle Farrugia
Nina Waldschmidt
Rochelle Blok
Stesha Bloodhart
Tammy Wilson
Zsuzsanna Balazs

    Comments

    1. Emma, the use of the bright, strong colours really makes these cards pop! They’re so appealing!

    2. These are the bomb! Love what you did with them. Lots of inspiration!

    3. It is always such a treat to visit your blog, and today was no exception! You are so VERY talented my dear. You do create such beautiful pieces of art, and then take the time to share them with all of us. This blog hop was so incredible – many, many thanks, and congratulations for being chosen once again for the Artisan Team!!! Bravo, and well deserved!!

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