Social Stamping - Hello



Hi and welcome to the Social Stamping Blog Host. My wonderful friend Kelly Kent is hosting us. She has gathered a group of stamping friends who want to connect with each other and our online friends to share a bit of creative love at this uncertain and worrying time. You can hop from one blog post to the next to see what we have all created under the theme of Hello. If you get lost or the chain is broken you can always pop back to Kelly's main post here to continue.

Recently I saw some really lovely cards using vellum as the card base made by the fabulous Caroline van der Straaten. You can check them out here.These are actually the 1st cards that I made when I saw the idea. I loved the idea so much that I made 2 more using the latest Colour INKspiration challenge colours. You can see that post here.

Using vellum is a fun way to switch up your card making. For these I have used some of the So Very Vellum Specialty Designer Series Paper (free with qualifying orders until the end of March). The pack has 3 colours, as you can see below, and a great textures pattern on it.


On each card I have used another free product - the Tags in Bloom stamp set. It coordinates with the Label me Lovely punch (which I love!). These cards are going to be the perfect way to send a paper hello to some friends!

For this Purple Posy card I have kept it simple without fussy cutting. These cards were to be for a class that I had to cancel and I wanted to give the non fussy cutter fanciers (say that fast 3 times!) an option.


The images on each card have been coloured with Stampin' Blends. 


The sentiment on my Soft Seafoam card is from the Beautiful Friendship stamp set.


I hate to play favourites but my Pool Party version is the best one! I have fussy cut some extra flowers to add a bit of oomph. The twine is retired but added a bit of glitz.


Inside each card is a smaller Whisper White folded card where you can write a message. Forgot take a pic for you ..... ooops!


Take some time out for yourself and do something creative. We hope you find lots of inspiration as you hop around. Next up in the list is the fabulous Leonie Stuart.




Lou

Want to make some fun 3D card folds while you while away the time? 
Check out The Dimensionals March Tutorial Bundle. You will love it! You will find all of the information that you need here.


Or you may be interested in The Dimensionals February Tutorial Bundle - I must say, it's pretty fabulous! We have 4 great card folds, accompanied by step by step tutorials featuring Sale-a-Bration products. To purchase the tutorial bundle click here.


To purchase the products I've used today you can click any of the direct links in the text above or click the 'Shop Online' tab at the top of this page. Both ways will get you directly to my online store, where you are only minutes away from getting products delivered straight to you door.

Comments

  1. Wowsers, I LOVE your Style Lou, Always so Elegant <3 Love them lots <3 Cheers Shaz

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  2. I love vellum and this is a great way to use this awesome paper-thanks for sharing!

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  3. Great set of cards. They showcase the vellum beautifully.

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  4. What a clever way to use the vellum! Love your trio of cards and those sentences are spot on for the current context! Thank you for joining the #socialstamping Kelly x

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  5. Oh that vellum is so divine! Never would have thought to use the vellum like that. Thanks for inspiring me Lou. Take Care. Mandy x

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  6. Hello Lou :) this is a very pretty trio of cards. I love the idea of vellum as the card base.

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  7. Your cards are fabulous!! & what a brilliant way to use vellum! Great job...PS that stamp set is one of my favorites right now, it's so sweet...

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  8. Such a fantastic way to show off these gorgeous vellum papers. Lovely projects x

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  9. So pretty!! I love how you have used the vellum. I can't wait to get that punch in my next order.

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  10. Thank you for the tip about the white card inside - my little brain was trying to work out how to write a greeting with out it being seen from the front - and you answered! Love love love. Thankyou for the amazing inspiration. Great combo of paper and stamps.

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  11. awesome cards Lou .. how divine is that vellum?? thanks for sharing

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  12. Wonderful cards Lou, I love your use of the vellum and will definitely CASE this one x

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  13. These are so elegant and adorable Lou, I love them! x

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  14. The vellum makes these cards work! Thanks for sharing!!

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