Saturday, February 2, 2019

Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop | Sale-a-bration Coordination

Hello there stamping friends! Welcome to the Stampin' Up! Sale-a-Bration Coordination Artisan Design Team Blog Hop. 
We are showing you today the products on offer for the Sale-a-bration Coordination Promotion. For a limited time now (1st - 28th February 2019)  demonstrators can pre-order these exclusive products now before they go live 1st March for customers to order. So grab yours now so you can start planning your Sale-a-Bration Coordination Classes.

The Sale-A-Bration Coordination promotion features brand new products that coordinate perfectly with select Sale-A-Bration items. These products are only available for a limited time. 

Have you seen the amazing Distinktive Sale-a-bration stamp set Lasting Lily? How stunning is this stamp set? It really helps you with the moments you can't put into words. Spend $180 (not including P&H) on any Stampin' Up! products, and you can get this amazing set for FREE!

I'm showing you today some amazing products to to with this amazing stamp set. Well, now with the Sale-a-bration Coordination promotion there is now a set of Framelits Dies, Lily Framelits Dies (150071) to go with this beautiful stamp set. All I can say is YAY, YAY, YAY! No more fussy cutting!! 

The Framelits Dies Set consists of 7 dies, 5 to go with the Lily images and then two shapes to outline some of the sentiments.
For my projects today, I really wanted to convey a more serious look to my cards starting with a Basic Gray card base. I also wanted to let those Lillies to be the 'hero' to my cards thus eliminating a lot of the 'fluff and stuff' that I usually add to my cards. There is still a little bit of ribbon and trim. Just enough to go with the CAS classic look.

I really think starting with the Basic Gray base as opposed to white or another colour has really given the lily images a whole different look and creates a stunning contrast. If you are having trouble getting a good stamped image of the Distinktive type stamps, try to use an ink pad that is 'juicy'. The more juicy your ink pad is the more 'bubbles' you'll get on the stamp and it will make it so much harder to get that beautiful Distinktive stamped image. 

Imagine how much more easier it would be if you were making lots of cards using the Lasting Lily Stamp Set and then just cutting them out with the Lily Framelits Dies rather than fussy cutting. Winning in my book! 

The second card uses a similar layout but I've just changed the orientation of the card for a different look. How beautiful do the sentiments look die cut using the two shapes from the Framelits Die set rather than just straight cutting them with your trimmer and creating a banner end on them. Really adds to the whole beautiful and stunning look of the Lasting Lily Stamp Set and the Lily Framelits Dies.

These dies really make it easy for any type of crafter - beginner, casual and avid. A few quick stamped images and then being able to quickly die cut them out, put all together on a card front and you've got yourself a beautifully created card. Perfect to achieve for any beginner. The casual and avid crafters can then step it up from there adding ribbon. trim and embellishments to add more accents and texture. 

How stunning would these lilies look stamped 'en mass' and then put in a frame or made into a home decor piece? Super easy to do now with the Lily Framelits Dies.

Make sure you as a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator you get these exclusive dies on your preorder NOW! The sooner you get these fabulous products in your hands the sooner you'll be able to make beautiful samples and cards. 

Just a reminder to the Stampin' Up! Customers, you'll be able to get your hands on these Lily Framelits Dies from March 1st. But if you as a customer, can't wait and want these products NOW, how about you join my team and you can put them in your starter kit. Just ask me how you can join TODAY!

I do hope that I've given you some inspiration with these fabulous products to create some stunningly simple but beautiful cards.

Now on to the amazing Stesha Bloodhart and her 'hoppy' creations!
Thanks so much for stopping by! 
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  1. Your creations constantly WOW me, I am such a huge fan of your work! I love these cards, simple but PERFECT!

  2. Rochelle, these are incredibly noble cards!
    Love, Love, Love!
    Meny hugs!

  3. Stunning Rochelle. I have to admit I love all the "fluff and stuff" you add to you projects but in this case those few little touches of detail really make those lillies shine

  4. These are gorgeous works of art! Wow so pretty!

  5. Adorable.. Love your stylish card!
    Greetings Manuela

  6. This card is stunning just gorgeous it virtually jumped off the page at me, you know one of those kind of cards. card stock choice is amazing.


  7. Super stunning as always, Rochelle. Totally loving the colour palette you chose to use with the Lillies xOx

  8. Beautiful!! Did you use the embossing mat for the rectangle dies?

    1. Thank you Lynn! No I dodn't use the embossing mat. I just die cut the recttangle and then inlaid the inner rectangle piece back in. Thank you for commenting on my blog and I hope my response helps. Have a fabulous day! Rochelle xo


  9. Oh Rochelle! I was hoping that one of us uses the whole thing in a more serious tone! And the use of Rectangles is great, I love your creations!

  10. WOW! Love these so much, the soft colours against the grey is just SO beautiful xo

  11. Beautiful cards--I love how you used the stitched rectangle framelits, a beautiful detail!

  12. Gorgeous cards Rochelle, love your background choice x


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