Finishing off this series of Basics to Brilliance with the Top Of The Range example, the brilliant card I guess. To craft this, you need more supplies of course and one way you can achieve this is by joining up as a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator. There is never any pressure from Stampin' Up!® or me for you to do classes, parties etc if that is outside your comfort zone. As a hobby demonstrator, you will get 20% discount on your own purchases, and those of family and friends who purchase from you. You can read more here, and feel free to contact me for a chat, no obligation to join just because you asked. We can maybe discuss what you'd like in your starter kit, which you choose yourself from the catalogue - $235 value of product, free shipping, a bonus of $121 worth of tools, a Christmas stamp set, glue etc for July only - and you pay $169 total.
Coloured card (Berry Burst) is used for the base, then a layer of Lemon-Lime Twist. Wood Textures DSPS is a big favourite of mine, and it has gone onto back order in the States, so they must love it too! I chose one of the lighter shades, thinking it is more feminine, and easier to stamp directly onto. I repeated the previous stamping with Old Olive for the stems, Berry Burst for the flowers. The same amount of die cutting as version two, but this time the addition of an In Color Bitty Bow. Again, there are three Glitter Enamel Dots (need to order more of those!)
Which do you like best - basic, medium or brilliant? If I can help you to get your crafting started, let me know.
Let's keep on crafting
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