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Color Fusers Blog Hop for June 2019

Welcome to the Color Fusers Blog Hop for June of 2019.  You may have just come from Bonnie's blog.  What a beautiful project.  I am so excited to share my creation using Blueberry Bushel, Real Red, Gray Granite, and Basic Black.

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I decided to use the Verdant Garden stamp set and the Parcels & Petals Bundle for my card today.  It's so much fun to play with new product!  The best part is that is will be available to all of you on June 4th!  That's tomorrow!  Oh, the excitement!  Here's my card.

Color Fusers June Parcels & Petals Card by Jo Anne Hewins

Start with a card base of Basic Black that measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and folded at 4 1/4.

The Gray Granite layer is 3 3/4 x 5.  Let's do some stamping!  Using the Verdant Garden stamp set, stamp the flower looking design.  Stamp off your Blueberry Bushel ink.  Stamp randomly where you want.  Now stamp the other design in stamped off Gray Granite.  I did try to get the design around one of the flowers, but did not really worry about the rest.  I was going for random.  Using the cap of the Blueberry Bushel Stampin' Write Marker, flick some dots over this layer by rubbing it against the large end of the marker.

The Basic Black design was cut using the Perfect Parcels Dies.  I added this about a third down to the left.

The sentiment is from the Parcels & Petals stamp set and is stamped in Tuxedo Black Memento ink on a scrap of Whisper White.  It's cut out using the Perfect Parcels Dies, too.  Flick more dots on this with the Blueberry Bushel marker.  Add the sentiment with dimensionals.

Color Fusers June Parcels & Petals Close Up by Jo Anne Hewins

The flowers are stamped using the Parcels & Petals stamp set in Real Red and stamped off Blueberry Bushel.  You will need to fussy cut these.  I add the larger red with dimensionals and the other two flowers are glued down.  Add some Basic Pearls to the center of the flowers.  This card may have flowers, but it still has a bit of a masculine feel to it.

Color Fusers June Parcels & Petals Inside of Card by Jo Anne Hewins

For the inside of the card, I used Gray Granite again.   Randomly stamp the design stamps from Verdant Garden again.  The Blueberry Bushel and Gray Granite are stamped off.

The saying is stamped in Memento Black using the Stamparatus.  I wanted to make sure that it would show up on the gray.  This way I could stamp it again if needed.  Add a few more flowers.  Stamp again in Real Red and stamped off Blueberry Bushel.  Fussy cut.

Color Fusers June Parcels & Petals by Jo Anne Hewins

I'm going to love using these stamp sets.  I think you will too!  Thanks so much for joining me today.  I'm so glad you spent a little time with me.  Have a wonderful day.

Barb is next.  You will love what she has to show you!

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Melissa Kerman
Tami Hewlett
Nicolle Belesimo
Bonnie O'Neill https://wp.me/p88olS-2vj
Jo Anne Hewins
Barb Mullikin
Kelly Acheson
Melanie Hockin
Sarah Wills

 

June Tutorial 3The Stamping Around the World Tutorial for June is now available.  This month we have 13 tutorials from demonstrators from around the world!  This can be yours free with a $50 online order from me.  Please use the Host Code T4P3D7XJ.  Once I receive notice from Stampin' Up! of your order, I will email the tutorial to you.  You may also purchase this tutorial for $15 through me.  Let me know if you are interested.  Shop here.

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Tami Hewlett

Really different and pretty! Love it!

Jo Anne Hewins

Thanks so much, Tami!

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