Monday, June 6, 2016

The Stamp Review Crew | Papillon Potpourri Edition

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A big welcome to you today!! Thank you so much for stopping by to see what the  Stamp Review Crew have to show you. We are a group of International Stampin' Up! demonstrators showcasing one stamp set at a time, every first and third Monday's of the month. This hop we are using and oldie but certainly a goodie, Papillion Potpourri. 

This set as been in the Stampin' Up! collection for a little bit now but it is still an extra fabulous set. This is one of the few sets that I have left in the older style clam shell case. My collection of these cases is slowly dwindling away. And before I know it they will all be gone.

I this set is just different butterfly images with out any sentiments. Some of the images go with some of the butterfly punches in the catalogue, Elegant Buttefly and Bitty Butterfly. These punches then make it super quick and super easy to roll out a fun and fabulous card.

I've only used one of the butterfly images from the set and then teamed it up with one of the words from gthe new Thoughtful Banners set.



I started off with a light watercolour wash of Flirty Flamingo on Shimmery White cardstock. Even though the Shimmery White isn't officially a watercolour paper it still does hold a little bit of water making for a beautful water colour wash.


I've then stamped the butterfly image also with Flirty Flamingo and then punched it out with the Elegant Butterfly Punch. The punch is slightly smaller than the butterfly image but it still punches out a beautiful butterfly.

Its all layered with some punched out Glassine sheets, Metalic foil doilies, Gold Sequin Trim, Melon Mambo Thick Bakers Twine and a Mint Macaron Stamped Banner. The Glassine sheets are quite thin to use a punch with and they slightly tore around the edges. I actaully love that they aren't perfectly cut out and it just gives another element to the circles. I also scruched up the glassine circles to give them some more texture, aslo for another element.

Now on to the super fabulous Dawn Tidd. If you are hoping in reverse click on the previous blog button to head on to the wonderful, Wendy Weixler.

Remember, if you get lost along the way click on the SRC banner at the top of the page and you will be redirected to the full list of hoppers. Please also leave us some comment love as we all really delight in knowing what you think of our creations.

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Thanks so much for stopping by.

8 comments:

  1. So pretty! Love,the background wash and touches of gold!

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  2. I love what you have done with the watercolor wash and the glassine layer! So beautiful!

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  3. Soft and sweet, Rochelle! I love the watercolor wash and the layers are beautiful to set that pretty butterfly!

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  4. How pretty, Rochelle! Love the watercolor wash on Shimmery White cardstock with all the sparkly bling.

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  5. Beautiful texture and design - love it Rochelle! Kelly x

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  6. Love! So many pretty details and such lovely soft colours. Rochelle it's just beautiful! xx

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  7. Super gorgeous as always and well what can I say? You had me at pink watercolour! x

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Thank You for taking the time to comment on my creations! I really love to hear what you think and will try to respond as soon as I can! Rochelle xo