Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day by Angie Lisk!
July 27, 2014
Hey there! Hope you're having a nice Sunday. Recently I went to a stamp camp my downline, Angie Lisk, held. All cards today were prepared by Angie!
I love the color palette Angie chose!
Supplies we used for the above card:
Here are the supplies for the above card:
Here's the supply list. Note: Hello There set is only available when you host a party or submit an order of at least $150 (before tax & shipping). You can choose this set to spend part of your Host Dollars.
And finally, a "kinda eclectic" card:
Pistachio Pudding, Crisp Cantaloupe, Whisper White, a bit of Baked Brown Sugar, and some In Color Sequins for some "pop"!
Here's the final supply list to help you place your order in My Online Store:
That's all for now! Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!
All images ©Stampin' Up!™1990-2014
I just love these cards especiall ythe happy birthday one!!!!
I cased it for my Consider it cased week.
Excellent design and choice of colors!!!!
Posted by: Chat | October 26, 2014 at 10:07 AM
Thanks, Carolyn! I'm glad to help anyone enjoy their stamping experience as much as I can! Good thing our reach is not limited to just those in our country, we'd all be missing out on so many great ideas, wouldn't we?
Posted by: Carol Payne | August 13, 2014 at 02:59 PM
Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful creations & a big thanks for sharing the "recipe". I'm addicted to Stampin'up, I have a demonstrator here in Canada but it's so great to be able to get ideas from demonstrators all over the world.
Posted by: Carolyn Manning | August 13, 2014 at 02:47 PM
Thanks for posting my cards, Carol. There's always fun when stamping is involved! I wasn't crazy about the 2013-2015 In Colors at first but now I can't stop using them... I seem to have a Crisp Cantaloupe addiction!
Posted by: Angie Lisk | July 29, 2014 at 10:51 PM
Gorgeous cards...thank you for sharing them! Have to say that I've not been keen about the Kinda Eclectic set, but the more I see it used, the more I am liking it - the perfect example is the card you made with the sun rays over the leaves!
Posted by: Carol Carriveau | July 28, 2014 at 09:54 PM