The past two-ish weeks I have been beside myself with excitement for this blog post, I had this idea of doing a collaboration showcasing Everything is Rosy with another Stampin’ Up! team. I wrote down a few names of friends I have made over the years through Stampin’ Up! the top of my list was THE Michelle Last, I adore this lady plus mum and I joke when there is a UK OnStage Live we are going and we want to be unofficial Pinkies which is Michelle‘s team name as we already have friends (waving to Lynne and Nicky). If you are a demonstrator you know events are much better with friends. Anyway, my excitement has me waffling! I reached out to Michelle and she said YES. All the details were nutted out and now we are hopping from Australia to the UK and Netherlands as this group of 13 Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators share our Everything is Rosy creations.
I made this card for a friend who is having a little bit of the birthday blues, she is turning one of ‘those’ big numbers and just wants to find in a corner over celebrating all her fabulousness.
This greeting is just perfect for her “Don’t let worry spoil your happy” She has nothing to worry about, it is just a number… I can say that because she is older than me and will never read this post, I hope.
Did you see that new ribbon I have used? For my regular readers, you will start seeing a lot more of it on my cards. It is coming in the new Annual Catalogue out June 4th. I personally believe Rococo Rose and Seaside Spray are in the Everything is Rosy papers, with Night of Navy and Melon Mambo.
Inside the card. I am going to make this girl happy to celebrate.
Little know fact, I love gift wrapping more than cardmaking! I don’t know why, even at Christmas I offer to wrap other peoples gifts. So I HAD to package her little gift, in a cute fashion. I have taken one of the Copper Tea Tins and added a belly band of paper, which this is the design of paper that has the Seaside Spray in the strips.
The perfect pair.
Much like INKspired Artists with The Pinkies? yes
NOW, it is time to hop, jump, leap over to the UK to the amazingly talented Martin Stone