Welcome to this months Demonstrator Training Blog Hop! Huge shout out to Kylie and Bruno for all your magnificent training so we can help and grown our own beautiful teams! We love and adore our customers and team members and we want to spoil them! So today I have created this beautiful Thank you card to send out to our customers, new team members and supporters!

Would you like one? It is a simple as placing an order with me or Joining My Team!

This month i have created something fun and cheerful! I love pizza and I hope my customers do too! My friends sent me another three colours to give me inspiration and this is what eventuated.
Smoky Slate, Tahitian Tide & Real Red! Not 3 colours I'd choose but that is the point.

I used the masking effect to make a strip through the middle and then blend dark to light in each colour. I then used a spritzer of just water to add the water coloured look. Then use your water painters and ink pad to sprinkle colour to give it a speckled effect.

Our blends would have to be one of my favourite tools in our arsenal. They help you colour with no lines and create depth to pictures of all sorts. 

Once again thank you to all my amazing customers this month that support me on my journey. I can not wait to see your creations this month!
Head along to see what all our other demonstrators have made for their customers!

Would you like to purchase anything you have seen today? Here is my list of items below:

 Thankyou for stopping by! Happy crafting!

Head Over and see our Monthly Inspirations In Ink Tutorial
Cost $20
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I  am grateful to participate in another International blog hop this July. I always enjoying seeing creative minds create the most beautiful cards. This month is no exception, don't forget to hop along and check out everyone else's creations and vote for your top 5. 

A friend of mine gave me inspiration for these colours, Mossy Meadow, Lemon Lolly and Misty Moonlight. not an easy combination and I wanted to try something other then florals. I actually quite like my creations when they are pushed outside of my comfort zone.

I used the Water Painters to paint ink lines across white card stock and spritz with a little blue. This creates your own subtle DSP. I then stamped each image in a different colour and fussy cut around them. I know this is not everyone's cup of tea but it can be quite therapeutic for me. 

I used the left overs i had to synchronise the inside to the front. I don't often do this but I have been inspired by many demonstrators and I do agree that it finishes off the card just nicely.

As I mentioned earlier this is just one of many cards created in a Blog Hop this month, please go check out everyone else's and place your vote on your favourite Top 5! 

If you would like anything used in todays blog I have listed them below! 

Thankyou for stopping by! Happy crafting!

Head Over and see our Monthly Inspirations In Ink Tutorial
Cost $20
Want it for FREE? All orders over $50 will receive this months

  Welcome to the first monthly Blog Hop by Let’s Craft Together and thank you for joining us. We are a group of multi-cultural Stampin’ Up!® demonstrators in Australia who have developed a strong friendship though our love of stamping and our admiration of each other’s style of crafting. I am really excited to have been invited to join such a talented group. 
I know you will be inspired by our hops.

Each month one of us sets a challenge that we use for the months blog hop. This month’s challenge is a Tic Tac Toe theme which was created by Tracy Held and is shown below.

I chose Embossing, Designer Series Paper & Flowers! 

I didn't emboss with our embossing folders but I used a dies that had an embossing in it. If you look closely you can see the petals have embossing lines through them to make it more 3D and realistic. I also embossed the sentiment using out embossing powders, which I love as they give a crisp clean finish to any card!

Designer Series Paper
I decided to do a square card for something different and this allowed me to angle the designer series paper to display the front and the back of this amazing paper. I used the Earthen Elegance Paper and featured some of my favourite colours. Pretty Peacock and Moody Mauve. It is a busy paper so you can't add to much on top but the simple pansies compliment it well. 

When the Pansy Patch stamp set first came out I struggled to make pretty cards with a little unique look to them but now they are one of my go to stamps! They are so versatile and elegant and the dies cut out solid and layered options. I went with the solid option with the embossed look and blended them from middle out to create a realistic colour palate for the flower.

I really enjoyed this months challenge and cannot wait to see what everyone else has created, so be sure to hop along and check out all of the Talent we have here in Australia! 

If you would like to purchase anything I have used in this months blog please see list below.

 Thankyou for stopping by! Happy crafting!

Head Over and see our Monthly Inspirations In Ink Tutorial
Cost $20
Want it for FREE? All orders over $50 will receive this months tutorial!