Thank you so much for joining us today for our Crazy Crafters Blog hop! We have just returned from Onstage 2016 and OH MY GOODNESS! That new catalogue is AMAZING! Want to see it? Here you go....
I am so mean!! We aren't to show anyone the front cover for a few more days.... but if you want to see all my updates from the Onstage Event you can subscribe here to see more! Displays, samples, new product - oh my you are going to be DROOLING! This is a fantastic catalogue.
We have some incredible projects to show you today. What we are MOST excited about is having the incredibly famous and talented Brian King hopping along with us we are all going to be CASEing (Copy and Selectively Editing) one of Brian's cards of our choice. You will be able to use the list at the end of this post to go around my whole team and Brian.
Brian is not only an international well known and star stamper - but such a gorgeous person. He is one of the designers with me on the Global Design Project and is such a hard worker! He is very giving and generous of his time and commenting. He comments on demonstrators blogs with no prompting and with such attention to detail. Such a GEM and great person to work along with.
I have been very fortunate to go on two Stampin' Up!® incentive trips with Brian and he makes you laugh till your stomach hurts, if Brian decide to change careers - he could take up comedy. I would pay to see his show. Here is a photo of us having fun in Hawaii together! Louise Sharp from NSW and Sharon Myers are in this picture too. Photo-bombers.....
Here is the card of Brian's that I picked to case today!
What I love about Brian's card
The things that jump out and inspire me with Brian's card is the fantastic way he has used that corner garden stamp set in the background. I love the layers and that stunning big sentiment.
Brian's cards resonate with me as I feel I have a very similar style to him - I love clean and layered cards.
Let's see my take on Brian's card -
As you can see I mixed up the sentiment and the Paper - I still however used that gorgeous corner garden stamp set in the background.
The sentiment came from the Another thank you stamp set. I love how striking and bold it is. The heart was a chance of the embellishment that Brian used and I added the Itty Bitty Accents epoxy stickers on top I love how they co-ordinate with the itty bitty punches and give it such a great layer of shine.
Thank you so much for joining me today - remember that you are currently at my blog Kylie Bertucci - check the list below to see who is next up in this amazing blog hop. You won't want to miss one of my teams blogs as we are going to inspire you with the help of Brian.
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