Happy October! Whooo’s ready for a little Sangria…? I mean Artwork of course!
This month I have gotten together with a few members of my Stampin’ Buds Team members to showcase some beautiful artwork using Close To My Heart’s yummy Sangria Paper and a couple of fun Stamp Sets!
To showcase the Sangria Paper Pack I decided to do a Single Scrapbook page…and as you can see I tried to pull out all the stops. I had a Pumpkin Spice Latte next to me and I just went to town creating! It’s even more gorgeous in person!
I used 3D Foam Tape to pop up some images. I used sparkles and lots of patterns and inks to give this layout a fun “Wow” factor. And I used both of the Stamp Sets (Packages, Boxes, & Tags and Harvest Wreath) on this page in a variety of ways from stitching to tag details and more!
Want to create this layout?
Items included in my full kit version:
- Pre Stamped (also available without pre stamping)
- Papers to create 5 Cards (1 of each design)
- Precut Cricut shapes
- The Digital copy of my Instructions sent via Email
- Cover Page
- User Agreement
- My complete Shopping List of items used
- Visual Cutting Guides
- Full Cricut Expressions/Explore Cutting guide
- General Instructions
As for this page, I think this page would look beautiful in one of Close To My Heart Frames (which I have listed in the product supply list but not showing in the artwork picture). It’s the perfect way to display a family picture around the holidays. Something they can show off and be proud of!!
Next, before I share my shopping list, I want to introduce our next blog hopper to you. Her name is Shelly Mendenhall and she is one of my newest consultants on my team. :) She is very sweet-hearted and I know that you’ll enjoy seeing what she’s done with the Sangria Paper Packet as well. Her blog is located here…
If for some reason you fall out of the blog-hop line I wanted to let you know that you can also see what the other hoppers have done…
All my Team Members are building at a rapid rate – I’m so proud of these ladies!
If you have any questions about my artwork piece, please ask me. The original layout was a Pinterest find that was created by Jana Eubank – what a fantastic artist!
Have a great day!