Happy September everyone! Thanks for dropping by my blog today.
Happy Spring to everyone over in my part of the world. It’s funny because as you read today’s post which has an Autumnal feel – it’s not very reminiscent of ‘spring’.
I just couldn’t help myself!
This month the Stamping Society team are featuring seasonal projects and my favourite season of all time is actually Autumn so I just had to use one of the new bundles to my stash – Fond of Autumn. I wanted to bring out these beautiful Autumn colours and play with some fun watercolour techniques.
So join us this month as we are featuring a load of fun projects!
Scroll down to see more about the tutorial that you can either PURCHASE or earn for FREE, with six tutorials in total from the Stamping Society team.
What is Stamping Society?
It’s a monthly tutorial bundle from different designers all over the world and each month we do a blog/Instagram hop featuring a beautiful project. You can watch the video from each of us making the project and if you wish you can purchase the tutorial bundle where you will get detailed written instructions, measurements and a supply list.
You can also earn this tutorial FREE simply by shopping with any of the Stamping Society team or by joining Stampin’ Up! as a member of our team.
See the bottom of this post for more information on that.
The lovely designers on the team are:
Ashley Fifer: Canada
Angela Meiritz-Reid: New Zealand
Charlet Mallett: USA
Danielle Bennenk: Netherlands
Jo Blackman – United Kingdom
Let’s have a look at todays’ fun project…
I had so much fun with the project this month. I was really inspired by the large floral arrangement from the Fond of Autumn Stamp Set and I really wanted to play with some watercolour. I decided to heat emboss on some Fluid 100 Watercolour Paper. This makes it so much easy to watercolour as it helps create a ‘wall’ to make it easier to stay in the lines. I used Copper embossing powder to add a little bit to the fall theme.
I have broken out some beautiful reds/oranges/yellows to play with some fall colours.
Here’s a little look a little bit of my colour palette…
Here is a close up look at my finished card.
I have pulled out a colour that I do not use very often and that is Very Vanilla. I loved the brown/creamy tones with the Autumnal colours. I used a Blending Brush with some Crumb cake to soften and age the edges.
I have then added some strips of the beautiful Brushed Metallic Cardstock in the darkest colour to the middle in varying widths for some added interest.
You can see a video tutorial of how I have made the card here:
I loved playing with these products.
Here is a little look at the inside of the finished card.
It wouldn’t be a fun card without a fun inside.
I have replicated a bit of the outside into the inside with some more stamping in Crushed Curry, a little sentiment and some more of that gorgeous Brushed Metallic Cardstock.
I had so much fun playing with this seasonal theme.
What season is your favourite?
Do you want to check out what the rest of the team has been up to? You can also check it out on Instagram here.
HOW TO GET THE TUTORIAL
1. Sign up as a demonstrator and join my team of Sassy Stampers and you will automatically get these tutorials for FREE each month. Join my team here.
2. By placing an order of $35 or more with me in the month of August. Shop my store here.
3. Buy the tutorial online from me wherever you are in the world for $9.75. You can buy the tutorial here.
You can see a sneak peek of the tutorials here:
Well there we have it, another month and another project at Stamping Society.
I hope that you got some inspiration & be sure to check out all the other blogs/Instagram posts.
Crafty hugs! xx
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