Stamp Review Crew – Jar of Love

Stamp Review Crew - Jar of Love

Are you ready for a blockbuster week of inspiration???

It starts today with another Stamp Review Crew starring the Jar of Love stamp set (and it’s best friend the Everyday Jars framelits!).


This bundle is a favourite of mine and I’ve already had a lot of fun with it.

Mason jars have been ‘on trend’ for a number of years now and they lend themselves beautifully to cards & projects.  As you’ll see today, there are oh-so-many things you can put in jars!

The stamp set is ready to go with flowers, fish, fireflies and more!

But, for something different, I thought I’d show you some ideas that combine the jars with other sets from the Annual Catalogue.

So, this is Jar of Love & Friends!

Featuring Feather Together, Seaside Shore and Live, Love Grow stamp sets.

Stamp Review Crew - Jar of Love & Friends. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com.


JAR OF LOVE + FEATHER TOGETHER

This card turns the smallest jar into a little ink well and uses the feather from Feather Together as a quill pen to create some gentlemanly birthday wishes.

Stamp Review Crew - Jar of Love + Feather Together. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com


JAR OF LOVE + SEASIDE SHORE

This card uses the largest jar to keep a shaker jar full of shells – with some glitter to jazz it up!

Stamp Review Crew - Jar of Love + Seaside Shore. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com


JAR OF LOVE + LIVE, LOVE, GROW

And the final card turns the medium size jar into a vintage mason jar in solid colours – Bermuda Bay, Whisper White & Smoky Slate – with beautiful Live, Love, Grow foliage poking out the top!

Stamp Review Crew - Jar of Love + Live Love Grow. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com


Each card was such fun to make and hopefully I’ve been able to add some applications for the stamp set to your reportoire.

Next stop on this international blog hop – and it’s a big one today {popular set!!!} – is another Aussie – Rochelle Blok.  Rochelle’s style is amazing, so I know you’ll love what she makes with Jar of Love.

As it happens, I’m in the middle of an Australian stretch, so the blog before me (if you want to go backwards) is Nikki Spencer – also very clever and inspiring!!!

Jar of Love Prev    Jar of Love Next

If you get lost at any point of the hop, just click on the banner at the top of this blog post and it will take you to the main list (*** this might not be live until later on Monday).

Thanks for joining me today!  Check back in frequently this week – I’m promising lots and hoping to deliver!!!

Kelly Kent - mypaperacraftjourney.com


Product List – Feather Together

Black Stampin' Emboss Powder

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Heat Tool

$50.00

 

Product List – Seaside Shore

Heat Tool

$50.00

Glue Dots

$8.00

Product List – Live, Love, Grow

Heat Tool

$50.00

CASEing the Catty #87 Artistic Expressions

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Can you believe it’s the end of the weekend already???  But, that means it’s time for another CASEing the Catty blog hop.

Every Sunday night at 7pm (AEST), the CTC Crew will share lots of great ideas with you from the latest Stampin’ Up! Catalogue. They will either directly CASE (Copy and Share Everything) or use a sketch/layout, colour combo, embellishment, to name a few examples, as a springboard for their own creations.


This week, the Crew are sharing ideas inspired by the Artistic Expressions section of the Annual Catalogue (pages 92-157).  This section is huge, so we’re going to see lots of amazing designs.

Images (c) Stampin' Up! 2016

I am showcasing the layouts you see in this picture from page 129, but using other stamp sets from the catalogue.  I also changed up the colour combinations.

Images (c) Stampin' Up! 2016

For my CASE of the top photo I used the hostess stamp set “Gift of Love” (page 201).

CASEing the Catty #87 Artistic Expressions. Gift of Love Hostess stamp set. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com.


And for the bottom photo I used the Wetlands stamp set from page 133.  I just love this stamp set – it’s easily one of my all-time favourites.

Doesn’t it look stunning against the water scene from the Serene Scenery DSP???

CASEing the Catty #87 Artistic Expressions. Wetands stamp set & Serene Scenery DSP. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com.

I know we all love Pinterest, but the samples in your catalogue are a fabulous way to make the most of your Stampin’ Up! purchases!  We are lucky to have such a great publication at our finger tips!!!

Next up to share their creative genius is Julia Quinn or you can hop backwards to Deb Speijers and her fabulous catalogue inspired creations.

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Every month CTC welcomes your catalogue inspired project.

Click on the photo below to take you to the July challenge link up.

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And that’s all from me on this chilly Sunday night!  Thanks for visiting & enjoy the rest of the hop!

Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com.

Product List – Gift of Love

Product List – Wetlands

Simply Stunning – Serene Scenery DSP!

Have you placed a new catalogue order yet?  Was the Serene Scenery Designer Series Paper Stack in it???

It’s stunning!!!

You really have to see this DSP in person to appreciate how stunning the designs are, but this video does a pretty good job of sharing it’s beauty:

Although I love the reverse side, the photographic images are the highlight of this pack.  I’m saving a couple of them for some ideas I have.

This is a card I made to welcome my newest recruit using three of the photographic designs.

I normally put ‘hello’ on the front of my welcome cards (logically) but thought sunshine worked well with these images.  Sunshine is happiness to me… and happiness is Stampin’ Up!

Sunshine card using Serene Scenery DSP. Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com.


Welcome to Joanne, who has decided that this month’s offer was too much for her to resist!  Who doesn’t want 2 stamp sets for {FREE}!?!

Is your wishlist $169 (plus some…)?  Would you like to try out being a demonstrator and getting a 20% discount on all the products you buy or sell?  Do you believe me when I say joining Stampin’ Up! is a great, risk-free opportnity?

If you answered yes to these questions, then it sounds like now is the right time for you to join Stampin’ Up!  Join in June and for $169 your starter kit contains your choice of $235 of products, two free stamp sets (of any value), a bundle of catalogues, order forms & other useful resources and free shipping!  That’s over $400 of value – and a great deal.

I can answer any more questions you have – just email me.

If you want to read more about it, or you’re ready to sign up – click here!

Team Papercraft is growing and we’d love to include you!

Kelly x


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