Artisan Design Team Blog Hop – Sale-A-Bration Coordination

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Welcome to another Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team blog hop, we are showcasing the AMAZING new Sale-A-Bration (SAB) coordination items which will go live tomorrow – March 1st!

So what is the Sale-A-Bration Coordination promotion?

Stampin’ Up! is just the BEST at coordination and they have knocked it out of the park with this selection of coordinating product! They all coordinate with current Sale-A-Bration items. There are 4 Framelits, the Story Label Punch and the More Than Words Stamp Set… These are all available now for demonstrator pre-order and customer can purchase these from 1st March until the end of March. If you would like to join up you can add any of these items to your starter kit – Contact me for more details at emma@coastalcrafter.com 

Check out inspiration from Emma Goddard Artisan Design Team Member 2019 using the Sale-A-Bration Coordination Products. Available for Pre-Order in Feb and for everyone to purchase 1st March-31st March. Can't wait? You can add these to your demonstrator starter kit.

I have have the pleasure of working with the beautiful Lasting Lily Stamp Set and coordinating Lily Framelits Dies. I took my inspiration from searching up Lilies on the Pinterest and found so many amazing photos with a dark/black background I really wanted to recreate the pop of beautiful colour on the dark background & these dies enable you to achieve this.

I have firstly inked (making sure the ink pad is not juicy!) in Mango Melody and before I have stamped I have touched the edge of the stamp very lightly into the Poppy Parade Ink pad. The next step was to add even more texture with the watercolour pencils (Calypso Coral and Real Red) I have very lightly added some pencil lines to make them look more sketched.

All the leaves and stems are stamped in Granny Apple Green and then I have layered this together into a bouquet of lilies.

For this version I have stamped in Rich Razzleberry and then coloured over with the Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry and Daffodil Delight watercolour pencils.

We have been very lucky with some gorgeous very early spring sunshine over the last week or so and thought I would take the opportunity to capture these Lilies in the situ in the garden sun!

I hope you feel inspired to give this technique a go & would love to hear how you got on. I am now sending you on over to my friend and amazing Jackie Aitken who I know has some fabulous inspirations for you. Be sure to hop on around to see all the amazing projects from the Artisan Design Team – Enjoy the hop! 

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!

Blog Roll Artisan Design Team 2019

Angela Meiritz-Reid
Ashley Van Camp
Aurelie Fabre
Emma Goddard  << You are HERE
Jackie Aitken
Jennifer Picard
Kaylee van Es
Lauren Alarid
Maike Beimler
Manuela Geiswinkler
Mikaela Titheridge
Narella Farrugia
Rochelle Blok
Stesha Bloodhart
Sylwia Schreck
Tanya Rees

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    2. Emma these lillies are stunning. I love how you’ve used the combo of ink and watercolour pencils. Amazing

    3. Zwei wunderschöne Karten – gerade der Kontrast zum Schwarz macht so einiges her! Liebe Grüße Maike

    4. And you caught that ball outside the ballpark and ran with it, Emma!!!! These cards are absolutely STUNNING and inspiring as always. I can’t wait to try these coloring techniques myself. xx

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        You are just the sweetest!!! thank you for your kind words Angie, so glad you are feeling inspired by them. Can’t wait to see what you make – Hugs xo

    5. Absolutely stunning! I love the texture of the different embossing folders background accented with black sequence

    6. Very lovely. So real looking and vibrant. Love the.

      Colors and your use of watercolor pencils. Your choices iO

      Of embossing folders and sequins.

    7. Oh wow Emma! The contrast of the beautiful colours against the black is stunning! Love the way you’ve added extra detail with the water colour pencils! Fabulous idea! Thanks for sharing! Rochelle xo

    8. Oh my…how striking! Absolutely amazing creations, Emma. I totally adore the bright colours against the textured black backgrounds.

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