Welcome to the first Art With Heart Blog Hop for 2020. This month we are featuring cards using the amazing products you can earn for free during our Sale-a-bration promotion.
Until the 31st of March for every $90 you spend on Stampin’ Up! products you will earn free products from our Sale-a-bration brochure.
Sale-a-bration also has a bonus for recruits joining during this promotion. For the joining fee of $169 you can choose your starter kit of products to the value of $235 plus Mini Paper Cutter, 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper sampler and their choice of stamp set
Hostess’ earn bonuses too! When you host a party with sales above $500 you receive this Little Ladybug set in addition to the usual Hostess benefits.
I've been lucky enough to earn this stamp set already, so I was keen to play around with it. For this card, the Stamparatus came in handy, and when there was a bug in each corner, it seemed like fun to use primary shades to colour. I used the Stamparatus for the little bugs too, but if I did this again, I would stamp around the square, as so many were covered over.
I wanted to use a wobble disc under a lady bug but the ones I had were larger than the bug, so it went under the sentiment in the middle instead.
For this next card I've included SALE-A-Bration DSP, which I brayered with Melon Mambo, Mango Melody and Coastal Cabana and where these colours meet, it creates an apricot shade, and green too.
I've included all the big bug images, and I fussy cut them after colouring. I've since received the co-ordinating dies in the post, but I couldn't wait for them to arrive.
This might make a cute birthday card for my grand-daughter as she celebrates her 7th birthday soon.
Another amazing set in the SAB catalogue is the Power Of Hope Bundle. There is a 7 piece stamp set, paired with a Stone 3-D embossing folder, which requires a spend of $180 to earn.
It seemed a happy match for the Magnolia Lane DSP. The images were each stamped onto an oval of whisper white, and coloured with Stampin' Blends.
Additionally, the lady was stamped onto one of the smaller prints of Magnolia Lane paper, and the kimono was fussy cut. It's just like making paper dolls.
The pergoda was simply stamped and coloured. I love the way the roof curves up so elegantly.
The next demonstrator to share their Sale-a-bration inspiration with you is….. Kim Hern
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