This is a card I made for a swap and for some reason, I really struggled to come up with the design. Ever have moments or projects like that? I must have come back to this project four or five times, trying this, discarding that, so frustrated because I wanted it to look a certain way and I couldn’t realize the vision I had. Then you have that moment, that beautiful and precious moment, the “Ah-Ha!” moment and you add something or rearrange something and all of the sudden your vision is reality and you are so thrilled. I love moments like those and they make all the frustration worth it (eventually). My point is that even though I am a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I still have projects and moments where I struggle. I wish I could say I know all there is to know about stamping and that my projects are flawless, but that would not be true. I can say that I am passionate about stamping and papercrafting, that I have loved my time with Stampin’ Up! and that I have been blessed to meet supportive, creative and fun people who enjoy the same creative outlet as I do. If you are looking for a way to be creative, no matter your skill or experience, I am here to help. I would love to be your Demonstrator and teach you and help you develop your crafting skills or cheer you on and support you as you go. If you are looking for a career opportunity, a second job or simply a hobby, you can sign up to be a Demonstrator and work with some of the most creative and generous souls you will ever meet and I will support you every step of the way. I am here to help so please don’t hesitate to contact me.
So this project also uses the Basket Bunch bundle. This bundle will only be available for certain until May 31. It might be in the new Annual Catalog and it might not be, so if you are considering ordering it, please do so before May 31. On April 10, Stampin’ Up! will release their retiring list, which lists which products in the catalogs will not be carried over into the new catalog.
Tomorrow I will have some super exciting news to share! In the meantime, here is the color palette used for this project: