Technique Book – Gingham wheel & Tag It

By: Bussakorn Mpelasoka, Stampin’ Up! ® Independent Demonstrator

I have had lots of fun creating things with my new stamp sets and colours.  The project I will share with you today is my technique book which I decorated the front cover using the new ‘Gingham’ standard wheel stamp, ‘Tag It’ stamp set and the brand new In-Colours!

Technique book 1

I turn the ‘Gingham’ wheel stamp into a clear-mount stamp, which I think it would be more useful (for me). I got this idea from Mary Fish’s YouTube

Technique book 2

The five new In-Colours are strawberry slush, coastal cabana, crisp cantaloupe, bake brown sugar and pistachio pudding. They are all gorgeous and I’m sure you will be in love with them (like I & most demonstrators do). The only colour I didn’t use in this project is pistachio pudding.

Technique book 3

I want to use different colours for the stamp, but I don’t have the new In-Colour markers yet so I had to do cutting & pasting…still cute… and fun too!

Technique book 4

Stampin’ Up! donate $3 to Ronald McDonald House Charities when we buy the ‘Tag It’ stamp set, so watch out for this stamp set in the new catalogue (will go live on 2 July).

The doily is from the Seasonal Catalogue and is available right now.

I love sharing what I love to do, so if you have any questions on any projects/techniques, please do not hesitate at all to email me or text me on 0423 629 209.

If you want to order any products, you can either email me names or codes of the products you want and I will order them for you, or you can order them yourself online through my website at any time by clicking shopping online.

Thank you for visiting and ‘Happy Crafting’.

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