Stampin’ Up! Onstage 2018

Stampin’ Up! holds events a couple of times in the year in April and November usually.  In a couple of days I will be heading off to Birmingham to join in the fun at #OnStage2018 and also will be celebrating Stampin’ Up! reaching their 30th anniversary.  How cool is that, 30 years of creating beautiful things for crafters.  I am getting ready and finally settling down and making some swaps.  I had planned these last week but events got overtaken with being ill and a poorly rabbit.  I made a start, taking my Stamparatus into the day job and managed to get some stamping done. Yay for the Stamparatus!

Having stamped up the images onto whisper white cardstock (trimmed to 3×3″), I finished my topper by going around the edges with my scissors to rough them up a bit.  I then edged them with some wink of stella.  A 30th anniversary needs some sparkle!

Stampin' Up! #Onstage2018

For my card base I used some of the lovely daffodil delight cardstock.   I decided to go around the edges as well on the daffodil delight and also on the sentiment to give it a bit more of a ‘pop’.

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A little close up so you can see the glittery edge!

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Now for the rest of the getting ready for the weekend!

Supplies:

Cardstock: whisper white & daffodil delight.  Stamparatus.  Ink: balmy blue, highland heather, crumb cake & tuxedo black.  Stamps: Love what you do.  Wink of Stella.  Trimmer.  Glue. Dimensionals.

 

You can buy Stampin’ Up! papercraft supplies through my online shop if you are in the UK, Netherlands, France, Germany, or Austria. You can also join my Stampin’ Up!® team if you live in these countries.

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