Friday, April 27, 2018

Stamparatus Blog Hop


Thank you for joining us today for this AMAZING Stampin' Up! Stamparatus Blog Hop. I am thrilled to be part of this hop and being able to show you one of the techniques using this new and amazing tool is very exciting for me. 

I am LOVING the Stamparatus tool - in fact,  I can't stamp without it now. It has so many amazing techniques that you can use it for to make stamping so much easier. You will think the same when you get your hands on one. Make sure you hop all the way around and see every one of these amazing Demonstrators ideas.

Here is my card that I made using the gorgeous Oh So Eclectic Stamp set and the sentiment is from All things Thanks. I have used Emerald Envy, Powder Pink and Lemon Lime Twist for my card today. An interesting combo that was inspired by paper from the new and upcoming Annual Catalogue. Emerald Envy is sadly leaving us at the end of May, so an option to swap it with would be our new In colour called Call Me Clover.




Here is a video that I made to explain how I used the Stampin' Write Markers and the Stamparatus to make this cool coloured sentiment.



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I love decorating the insides of my cards too - I just think it gives it an element of surprise and makes it even more special than it already is.




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You will be able to purchase the Stamparatus from the 1st June 2018, so make sure you add it to your shopping list. If you live in Australia you can purchase this from myself or your usual demonstrator you order through.

Next up is the amazing Linda Heller you can click on the button below 


FULL BLOG HOP LIST

Allison Okamitsu
Anja Luft
Aude Barbara
Dena Rekow
Erica Cerwin
Jacque Williams
Jose Hoogeveen
Kylie Bertucci < --------- You are Here Now
Linda Heller
Lynsay Mahon
Samantha Hammond
Tanja Kolar


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17 comments :

  1. what a way to step up a sentiment! So colorful and fun, just like you!

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  2. Oh what a fun card. Love the colors and the cool sentiment!

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  3. Fabulous Kylie! Amazing technique, so many possibilities with colouring images with the markers!! And I laughed at your comments in the video about your accent! You must have chuckled when I mentioned it earlier tonight! ;-) xxx

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  4. Such a fun card. And you explain it so easy.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Greetings from Germany
    Tanja

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  5. SO, so, so smart! That ombre effect on the stamp is a perfect technique with the Stamparatus. I can't wait to try it!

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  6. LOVE your 'sentiment situation'. You're brilliant my friend.

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  7. Kylie, your card is so much fun ! thank you for your video.

    Aude (from France)

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  8. What a nice bright card! Love it.
    Greetings from the Netherlands.

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  9. Good tip about the phone! LOL
    Love your card Kylie! You rock.

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  10. What a greate card and the sentiment looks so cool! Thank you for sharing

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  11. I love your multicoloured sentiment! What a great idea to use Markers in this way in conjunction with the Stamparatus. Clever Chick xx

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  12. It's clever and brillant Kylie ! I love the multicolourd sentiment, I love the flower background, beautiful !

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  13. Great idea! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  14. great way to create a multicolored image - cute card!

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  15. Such a great idea! Your card is so cool!

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