I've so far made a card using the gorgeously cute frog stamp set which I can see being as popular as last year's pandas. I used Lemon Lime twist ink and cardstock and cut an aperture into the top self stamped layer, which I also stamped with some Rich Razzleberry butterflies.
Next I made this so simple and very basic hand bag style gift bag which again had me going for the greens and whites... I didn't even spot the theme until I'd finished all three projects. I made this using one of the gorgeous designs from the freebie butterfly papers and made a fancy closure using a die I bought in the summer from Ebay. I added a touch of the gorgeous freebie ribbon and that just finished everything off nicely for me. Oh by the way, the little sentiment on the top of the box uses mirror foil which I get in my nails (obsessed with Primark £1 nail kits) which is perfect for little die cuts or backing small sentiments.
Finally I made a very simple yet beautiful mini album using the papers again and also more of that amazing ribbon. I finished it off with a sentiment using the tag topper punch and added an old school die cut butterfly using retired Butterfly Thinlits from Stampin' Up! I used Extra Thick Whisper White cardstock for this one.
All three projects have tutorial videos for more information which are accessed by clicking on the photos or by finding your way to my channel using this LINK.
If you're fancying some freebies go along and grab yourself some by investing in some Stampin' Up! goodies from any catalogue, so the current annual catalogue or the special seasonal catalogue and you also chalk up rewards for spending on the Clearance Rack. If you want to shop with me my hostess code for January is up on the top left of my blog, just enter that and you may also get a couple of freebies in the post. You can access my online Stampin' Up! store by clicking HERE or on the shop with me image at the side of this post.
Thanks for popping in and although it is unlike me to do a hard sell, I just really think these freebies are worth grabbing while you can, they really are gorgeous.
Have a great weekend!