Thursday, June 27, 2019

My favorite new catalogue items - Fancy Friday blog hop

Hello our Fancy Friday Followers!!! It is the last Friday in June and we are here with our latest blog hop, sharing our favorite new 2019-2020 Stampin' Up!© Annual Catalogue products!

Do you have your own copy of the cattie yet? Canadian followers can contact me and I will send one to you! You can also view a PDF version HERE, and my online store HERE.

It is not the first time that I have participated in a blog hop challenge that had me to create with my favorite products.  Choosing a favorite is always so hard! It seams so cliche but I do love almost everything. Maybe the next challenge should be to use our least favorite items?! Kind of a "make me love it" challenge! Now that would be a challenge, eh?!

For this blog hop, I chose my favorite new suite - NOBLE PEACOCK SUITE - found on page 24-26 of the catalogue (on here on my online store).

152187   $124.75 CAD

Includes: Stamp Set, Dies, Embossing Folder, Specialty Designer paper,
Foil Sheets, Ribbon & Rhinestones

All of these items are sold separately, but this year, Stampin' Up! has created suite bundles for your shopping convenience! 

Dolce Details

1. Sponge a piece of Whisper White Cardstock with a Sponge Brayer and Old Olive, Blueberry Bushel and Pretty Peacock ink.

2. Use the Detailed Peacock Dies and a die cutting machine to cut out the peacock and feather (shown below).

3. Color Whisper White Bakers Twine with an Old Olive Stampin' Blend to have colored bakers twine.

4. Flick the felt brush tip of your Old Olive Stampin' Write Marker inside the marker lid to create splatter over your project.

Up next on the Fancy Friday blog hop is my beautiful friend Jennifer Frost from Australia.

Thank-you for visiting us!
Wishing all of my fellow Canadians a wonderful Canada Day long weekend!

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