Sunday, October 28, 2018

Stamp Review Crew: Little Twinkle

https://stampreviewcrew.blogspot.com/2018/11/first-frost.html
It's bonus hop time!! And it is not Halloween themed 😉 It is actually my daughter's birthday on Monday, and she is pregnant with her first child. Like, really pregnant, going to deliver in the next month or less! And when I saw the Little Twinkle stamp set, I immediately thought of the baby she was cooking up. So, what better time to feature this set than on my girl's birthday!

What is the Stamp Review Crew, you ask? We are an international group of Stampin' Up! demonstrators that gets together to do a blog hop on the first and third (and sometimes on a fifth) Monday of each month. For each hop we chose a single stamp set for us all to use, and then we let our creativity loose! We have a blog with all of the hops archived, so you can hop through any of the hops any time. Click here to go to the blog to see all of the hops! To go to the specific post for this hop, click here, or on the banner above.

Here is the stamp set we are featuring:

https://www.stampinup.com/ecweb/product/146452/little-twinkle-clear-mount-stamp-set?dbwsdemoid=2010774


If you are following along in order, then you have just arrived from Mary Haugen's blog. Wow, right?!

We think my newest grandbaby will be a girl, so I went with some pinks and purples for this card. Believe it or not, this is Powder Pink, Highland Heather, and Rich Razzleberry with Copper embossing.

I love all the details on the Stitched Details diecut here. This card came to together super quick!

That is all I had time to create this time. Life has been quite challenging for several months, and I have not had the time to dedicate to my crafts as much as I would like. I won't go into to it here, because it is a long and rambling story with many side-stories, but I am very much looking forward to hanging with my stamping friends in Orlando for convention in just about a week!!

Next up is the fabulous Charlet Mallett!





2 comments:

Lou said...

What a gorgeous card for your granddaughter on the way Tanya. Your watercoloured background is just delicious and goes perfectly with the copper embossing. I am so sorry not be able to catch up with the SRC peeps at Onstage in Orlando but I do hope to see you all on the film snippets at our local event - so lots of fabulous, eye catching dancing please! Sending you huge hugs - I am hoping that my telepathic messages of support and general thinking of you-ness have come through - should probably message in a standard way - anyway have been thinking of you. x

Mary Noble said...

I just love this color combos and in watercoloring is blends together soft and perfect! And the copper embossing is my favorite metallic and appreciate another wonderful idea of how to use it!!

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