Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Musical Season from Stampin'Up Australia for your Music Loving friends!

Here's a set I loved as soon as I saw it, but I have to admit... it was a bit of a selfish purchase. As a demonstrator I am lucky to be able to purchase my products early (a month before customers can order them)... and this allows me time to play and experiment with them so that I have lots to show you by the time they are actually available. This was a selfish purchase because I didn't stop to think about whether it would be a marketable set... whether it would be popular with customers. I bought it because I liked it, pure and simple.

I've now made several cards with it, and the truth is, every card I make with this set, I love it more and more!  Im not sure you can even make a bad card with this bundle!  And as for usefulness, I've realised that its not just great for Christmas, but its good all year round for music lovers!  So you will probably see me using it a lot in the coming months, and if you love it too, then it will be available to purchase from the 1st September.  To order yours after that date, just click the SHOP NOW button on this page!

I've used a watercolour wash in the background of this card (in Pool Party ink, and a little Island Indigo) and then stamps that lovely swirly stamp across the front.  I stamped and cut the lyre and added that with Dimensionals over the top, and then cut the treble clef from Silver Foil paper with my Big Shot.  The sentiment is from the same stamp set.   A very simple card, but I think you'll agree it's quite striking.

Keep checking back and I'll be adding even more projects from our upcoming Holiday catalogue. If you are in Australia and would like one sent to you for free, please click HERE to email me and let me know.  Or if you are in driving distance of the Central Coast and would like to come along to my new Catalogue launch on the 9th September, click HERE for more details.

Happy Stamping!

Linda x


Susan Bredehoft said...

This is stunningly beautiful!

Linda Dalke said...

Thanks so much Susan!