Friday, August 10, 2018

Delightfully Detailed Stampin' Up! Suite Designs Inky Friends Blog Hop



Welcome to the Inky Friends Suite Designs Blog Hop. We've each focused on a Suite from the Annual Catalog and tried to make it even more interesting for you!

You may have arrived from Betty's Kitty Stamp Blog in which she focused on the Animal Expedition Suite.

I chose the Delightfully Detailed Suite and wanted to display how much nicer the Delightfully Detailed Laser-Cut Specialty Paper is with the matching notecards and envelopes.  The size of the cards matches perfectly with the rectangular options in the specialty paper. This card is to celebrate an upcoming baptism.



The note card fronts and envelopes are Very Vanilla, and the Memories and More Cardpack items are Whisper White, so they stretch the use of the laser-cut specialty paper since it is Whisper White on one side and Very Vanilla on the other.

This "No Ink No Stamps" card uses a strip of the designer series paper that is the negative of the part we are supposed to use, but I liked the repeat of the "notch" look on the sentiment corners with it. I used the corner of the Everyday Label punch to make the spotted Blackberry Bliss create a matching mat for the Thanks layer.  The thanks is a die cut in the Memories and More card pack.



Now, I'm sure you'll enjoy Mary's creations with the Broadway Bound Suite on her Center Stage Stamping Blog.






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7 comments:

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Quick, Easy, and beautiful--my favorite kind of projects!

Cindy said...

I agree with Sara - that’s exactly what I was thinking! Beautifully done, Rhonda!

Mary Haugen said...

Very pretty! Love that you used the negative part of the paper. More bang for your buck!

Yapha Mason said...

Great projects, Rhonda! I love the monochrome cards!

Mickey Roberts said...

Two very different looks that are really eye-catching, Rhonda!

Betty said...

Such a creative way to pull various pieces of this suite together! Super inspiration as a jumping off point for lots of possibilities with this collection.

Tanya Boser said...

Clever user of your supplies, Rhonda! I would never guess there was no stamping on the second card :)