Saturday, 3 March 2018

Stampin' Up! Colour Challenge Blog Hop - Global Stamping Friends


Hello and welcome back to another Global Stamping Friends Blog Hop. We have 19 Hoppers with us today - you may have hopped here all the way from Amanda's Blog in Canada.

We have a colour challenge for you - Early Espresso, Island Indigo and my favourite Lemon lime Twist.




Is it now I admit these ink pads sat on my table all week with me trying to decide what to do with them! Well my pre-reserved Stamparatus arrived on Thursday so I have been experimenting with these inks and my new 'toy'.


I am in love with the whole thing but the hinge - wow love how it hops and I can't wait to see what I come up with when I'm away scrapping with it next week! My car front I wanted the ink stamped off so rather than waste it I have a solid - well darker version of the Lemon Lime Twist and Island Indigo for later use. I just slipped another piece on top of my front without a magnet but butted up against the other one stamped then moved it to stamp again on my card.

Well short and sweet from me this time - till next time please hop on over to see what Angelique has to share with us - I love her stuff!
 
 
https://stempelkeuken.blogspot.com.au/2018/03/gsf-bloghop-colour-challenge.html
 
March 2018 GSF Hop Participants
1.    Jan Musselman 
2.    Karie Beglau 
3.    Libby Dyson
4.    LIsa Ann Bernard 
5.    Anastasia Radloff 
6.    Tricia Butts 
7.    Amanda Bates 
8.    Mary Ann Kay Rossiter
9.    Claudia Perry
10.  Jenn Curtis Charles 
11.  Amanda Farlinger 
12.  Courtenay Heuston  You are Here
13.  AngéliqueStempelkeuken
14.  Kimberley Anne Morris
15.  Marieke Bart 
16.  Georgia Missy Aubrey-Gaydos
17.  Amber Thompson
18.  Sarah Mcdermott

Goodie List - you will need adhesives, a trimmer, snips and either a positioning tool or acrylic blocks to recreate this card.
Courtenay
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13 comments:

  1. Love the card and the fact you used the stamparatus was brilliant. Colours work so well on it. Thank you for taking part.

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  2. I love the copper trim accent, and what a great idea to use the Stamparatus to help create your background! I haven't played much with my Stamparatus much yet, so thanks for sharing your idea :-D

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    1. pull it out its heaps of fun - I love that copper trim

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  3. Great Stamparatus project... and fabulous Eclectic Expressions Card.... love it!

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    1. I had to remove my typo, LOL. Great example on the use of the hinged stamping technique. The Happy Birthday font was the reason I chose the set too.

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  5. Great card Courtenay. Love how you have incorporated the colours. Thanks for the inspiration

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  6. Hi from the UK. Wow I love your card. Love the idea of stamping off the bright colours to leave a muted colour for the actual card. All in all i LOVE the card. 😀.

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  7. Great card. I have been trying to convince Kylie she "needs" this set! lol

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  8. I love the subtle color you used in the hinge-step image. Very pretty.

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  9. I love how you used the Stamparatus with this such a lovely card and you basically made two at once!! Amazing product!

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  10. Wonderful card. I had the inks sitting out for a few days as well!

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