Thursday, May 10, 2018

OSAT Blog Hop On The Red Carpet

Hello!  It's that time again.....time for another One Stamp At A Time Blog Hop!  Can you believe it?  It's already the second Thursday in May!  Wow this year is flying by!   This month's theme "On The Red Carpet" can be interpreted different ways as you may have already noticed if you've already been hopping!  If you are starting with me, I hope you'll take the time to hop along and check out all of the cool inspiration!  For me On The Red Carpet means the Stars of the Show are coming out and I really believe the new Stampin' Up! Share What You Love Suite is one of the Stars of the Show!  So..... that being said, that is the suite I'm sharing with you today!

My cards and project today were made for my Mother-In-Law for Mother's Day.  She loves my cards and mentioned a few weeks ago that she needed some thank you cards so I thought this adorable little clutch and card set would really be appreciated.  I added velvet ribbon handles to my clutch but my inspiration came from a Pinterest post by Jan Farring at Jan's Stamping Creations.  For her awesome tutorial click here!  She has detailed instructions and pictures for making the clutch.



I have two cards and two envelopes on each of the two inside pockets of the purse.  If I hadn't used so much dimension and had fewer layers I'm sure I could have fit three or even four on each side!


I love when you have Designer Series Paper that really is the star of your card!  You really don't have to add too much stamping!  Here's a look of each of the four cards, all made with the same sheet of two-sided DSP.  It is such gorgeous paper!





I used the Share What You Love Cardstock Pack and chose Mint Macaron and Rich Razzleberry colors since they matched the DSP so beautifully!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Up next is my good friend and partner in crime Andrea Tracy-Tucker!  Just click her name on the Blog Roll and you'll be there!

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1 comment:

  1. Loving ALL of these gorgeous projects, Tina :-)

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