How would you answer that question?
I have to say my answer may change from week to week, so dont hold me to it ...
but at the moment it is definitely:
At Melbourne Convention we made 2 different cards, a scrapbook page and a 3D banner using only this one stampset and I was amazed at its versatility.
The card above is quite a simple layout but with great texture.
My favourite bit is how we stamped the flower on to Naturals Ivory cardstock and sponged it with Champagne shimmer paint. We cut the square into three panels and raised it on to the crumpled piece of Not quite navy cardstock. But the prettiest bit has to be the crumb cake seam binding ribbon, don't you love how it folds and shines! There is also a lot of spritzing of Early Espresso ink with the colour spritzer tool.
We completed a mini scrap book page using the words, background stamp, border stamp and frame.
The vintage look can be quite clean and crisp, but for some unknown reason must contain the words: No.3
Can anyone explain this to me?
Banners are all the rage atm!
Bunting I think we call it when it is strung up on a string and strung along fences, trees, party venues and every school fete. I have a photo of my project somewhere... this was the sample on the Melbourne display board.
And even more projects that the talented Stampin' up staff made with this set.
Stampset: Creative Elements (set of 8 stamps)
See it on page 89 of the new Idea Book and catalogue and also featured on the Cover page.
Clear mounted $49.95
Wood mounted $61.95