Monday, August 12, 2019

Kylie 's Demonstrator Training Blog Hop August 2019

Thanks So Much for stopping by!

For those who are stopping for the first time, 
my name is Annette Ball I am an independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Canada 

Welcome to our Demonstrator Training Blog Hop!  I am so thrilled to be a part of Kylie's Demonstrator Training Group.   I am Excited to share my card with you today.

As I work on some swaps that have a looming deadline I realized I hadn't shared some that I made in the past.  I used the Floral Essence Bundle.  So easy when the bundle comes with a punch!! 



Step 1 Stamp wit Blackberry Bliss, Sponge Dauber with Blushing Bride and punch out a whole bunch!! Each flower is 3 punched pieces.  I layered then with Tombow liquid Glue and arranged them in a box then sprayed them with Frost Shimmer Paint.


I Punched out a ton of leaves from one piece of the Old Olive Vellum from the Perennial Essence Vellum Cardstock...I hope this stays around for a long time!!  I fold each leaf and stuck it to a glue dot ready to be added to my card.

And in True assembly line fashion I put all the dimensionals on the sentiment labels in advance too!

Unbelievably I did not take a final picture of my finished card!! For shame!!  So this group shot will have to suffice!!  I also used the Gorgeous Perennial Essence Designer Series Paper.  Did I say Gorgeous..uh Yeah..you need it in your life!! And the new Very Vanilla Scalloped Lace Trim..another MUST HAVE from this Annual Catalogue!!


In the centre of each flower I put a little pool of Fine Tip Glue....and am so EXCITED to replicate this with the Crystal Effects that is returning in the Holiday catalogue..and it Sparkles!!!

I Hope you Love my card as much as I enjoyed making it!!

Please Hop along and check out all the Gorgeous cards.  No Next Button..just pick a name!!

https://www.kyliebertucci.com/2019/07/kylies-demonstrator-training-blog-hop.html


9 comments:

  1. Mass production at its finest. I love it. The use of the fine tip glue looks great

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  2. What a beautiful, serene yet vibrant card! TFS!
    Chris in Calgary, Canada

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  3. Love the Perennial Essence DSP! And your production line is awesome! Beautiful cards! I wish I was in your swap!

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  4. Absolutely love your assembly line process for creating these gorgeous multiples! Love the cards!!! :)

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  5. Beautiful card and sentiment Annette! Thank you for taking part in our Demonstrator Training Blog Hop this month.

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