Alrighty! Let's celebrate the good stuff. It's time for another Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team blog hop. I look forward to this monthly hop and eagerly await to see what the other designers have created. This month we are featuring the Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set and Picture Perfect Party Papers. Note >>>> if needed the Google translate button is available on the right. >>>>
The Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set is a MUST have. Are you familiar with it yet? I was instantly drawn to the font, sentiments and 2-step bow in this set. I used the bow on all three projects! There are so many fun elements to help build backgrounds, candles, and other fun birthday scenes. I decided to create a matching gift ensemble that includes a birthday card, a small gift bag & tag, and a piece of framed decor.
This 'Celebrate the Good Stuff' birthday card uses Pool Party and Bermuda Bay inks to create the stamped bow images. The Organza Ribbon (originally white) has been stained with a Daffodil Delight Stampin' Blend to color match with the confetti.
I love this fun and simple confetti background. It was created using the small triangle scatter stamp in my favorite colors!
This Celebrate decor piece is a 5x7" photo frame with the handmade paper art laid on top of the glass. It serves two functions:
1. It's super cute (IMO) and let's everyone know it's your birthday.
2. It is also the gift once you easily remove the paper decoration from the frame.
Note: this basic white picture frame was purchased at Target for under $5.00.
The Picture Perfect Party Papers (say that 4x fast. whoa! major P alliteration) are super fun with photorealistic designs on the A sides and graphic pattern designs on the B sides. I've always been drawn to the B-sides in music so I figured I'd showcase the some of the B-sides of this paper on the treat bag.
The treat bag was created using the Gift Bag Punch Board. Since the papers are 6"x6" you'll need to attached two pieces together before scoring and assembling. The 3D bow was also created using the designer series papers.
Thank for visiting. Remember the Artisan Design Team hops monthly (occasionally more). So check in often. Next up is the super talented Connie from Constantly Stamping. I can wait to see what she and the rest of the Artisan designers have created with these products.
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