Friday, November 16, 2018

Healing Hugs - Stamp 'N Hop Blog Hop

Hello and welcome, perhaps again, to Stamp 'N Hop blog hop. Every month a group of Stampin' Up!® demonstrators from all around the globe are getting together and working on the same theme projects. This month theme is CASEing the annual Stampin' Up! catalogue. 

CASE stands for Copy And Share Everything or Copy And Selectively Edit. It means you can replicate a project you like or you can copy just an element of it and put your own twist on it. In any case, always credit appropriately the source of your inspiration.


I've chosen to CASE a card I saw in the annual catalogue on the top of the page number 110 that features the Healing Hugs stamp set found on the same page. Healing Hugs is a beautiful set that has a couple of distINKtive stamps. These stamps lay down the ink at different opacities giving the finished image more depth.

I used a different colour for the main image and changed the orientation of the card. I also used more leaves and instead of sequins, I decorated the card with glitter enamel dots.



This is a quick and simple card. To simplify it even further the heat embossing can be replaced by just stamping so even if you don't have a heat gun and an embossing powder you can still have a go at making this gorgeous project.

Supplies (click on any image to SHOP online):

I hope you enjoyed my card and that it might inspire you to play with some rubber stamps on your own.  But before you do that just make sure you will hop to another blog to see more, inspiring projects. Either click on the image below to see what talented Anastasia Radloff created or choose a crafter by name from the list below. 

Rebecca-Jo Unwin - Karen Pearmain - Sandra Roberts - Jenn Charles - Eva Pottsova (YOU ARE HERE) - Anastasia Radloff - Linda Handford - Sue McDonald - Pia Gerhardt - Susan Simpson - Karen Watts - Mo Rootes - Cheryl Taylor - Jenna Watkins - Jo Blackman - Jacqui Lawrence - Laura Mackie - Tracy Marie Lewis - Vicky Wright - Andre Gordon

10 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful card Eva, I really like these distinktive stamps. I do not have Highland Heather but think its on my list now!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. I prefer Gorgeous Grape but I thought that was too dark for this project. Highland Heather is a beautiful colour.

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  2. Gorgeous Eva. I love your colours & how you turned it landscape. TFS

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  3. Beautiful card Eva and the perfect colour. I don't have any distINKtive stamps yet, looks like I need to buy one now - your card has inspired me

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  4. Eva I love your card and my favourite colour.x Jacqui Lx

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  5. This is a wonderful project, love your version of it!

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  6. Such a beautiful card Eva, love it.

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  7. This is such a pretty card Eva, I love the flower in purple, gorgeous

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  8. What a beautiful card, I keep looking at this set, think it may have to be on my next order, thank you for sharing x

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