Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Blossom Punch

A few weeks ago I got together with my Stampin' Up! Upline Claire Daly to have a day of stamping.  Here is one of the projects I did with the blossom punch.  I love the blossom punch, it is so easy to use but can add so much to a project.

So simple but I think it looks gorgeous! 
Materials include Primrose Petals Cardstock, More Amore Designer Series Paper, Rhinestones, Artisan Embellishments lace ribbon, dimensionals and sticky strip and of course, the Blossom Punch!
Blossom Punch: 125603 $29.95  Order HERE


My Digital Studio is Stampin' Up's new digital resource for scrap booking, card making, party planning and more!
I must admit that I was a bit daunted by it in the beginning, but thought that since it was a FREE TRIAL that I would give it a go.  It hasn't taken me long to realise that although crafting by hand will always be my favorite, digital crafting also has a place as well.

I find it really difficult to actually get around to sorting and printing off photos, therefore have never had much around that I could use to scrapbook with.  MDS solved this problem for me as now I can create pages without first needing to print off the photo.

Here is the first scrapbook page that I have created with MDS.  This is my son Gabe who is now 5 years old, but was three in this photo.

I am also looking forward to using MDS to create a theme for my kids birthday parties.  With MDS you can create invites, cupcake wrappers, decorations for cups, straws, banners and most other things that you can think of for a party!

Here is an invitation that I made when first having a play with MDS.  I LOVE this Alice in Wonderland Tea Party theme!

So what do you think of MDS?  If you'd like to have a play around with the MDS free trial feel free to download via my web store HERE.