July 29, 2014

My Convention Swaps for our Team!

Hi Everyone! What a wonderful time I had at convention! The Stampin' Up! team that I belong to that is all related to each other.....Uplines, Downlines, Sidelines....that we call ourselves "Stampers For Others", all met during our Stampin' Up! Convention in Salt Lake City Utah a little over a week ago. We actually hung out with each other most of the time. There were 12 of us from the same team that attended and some of us swapped. This is the card that I swapped with everyone:


Before inking and embossing, I used my Embossing Buddy to prevent extra powder or glitter from sticking to my cardstock. Just rub across the paper before inking. I used the Perfect Peacock stamp and inked it up using White Craft Ink and sprinkled White Embossing Powder. Once I had the image set with my Heat Tool I started the layering and adorning:


I love how the Night Of Navy and Tangelo Twist look layered together along with the white. I added a little bit of bling with Rhinestone Jewels:


 
I'll post all the projects I received in exchange soon! Still trying to play catch-up!

 
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5 comments:

  1. BEAutiful! I LOve your colours and design..
    What a lovely idea swapping with everyone!
    A FAb reminder of your time together.
    Chrissyxx

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  2. Gorgeous card Debbie, the image is so detailed, you can really appreciate it with the white embossing. I love the color combination too, it makes the Peacock really stand out!! Thank you for the inspiration.

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  3. Gorgeous! How did you keep Night of Navy from bleeding through the White Craft? Could it be using White Embossing Powder also? My experience last Christmas was Cherry Cobbler bleeding through White Craft and my getting a pink JOY! Looking forward to your sharing the swaps also. Thanks!

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  4. Gorgeous - would not have thought to use that color combo but it rocks!

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