2017 has come & gone. Time to Bundle up!
It’s been a busy 2018 already! Sale-A-Bration (SAB) has begun, our biggest event of the year, and it coincides with the launch of the Spring Occasions catalog. There is so much beautiful product to see, how do you choose which to make your own? Well, let me share what I chose to start out the year with. Believe me, it was difficult to decide what to get first. My shopping list is long, and the budget is in the works to make it all happen.
I am blown away by the Sweet Soiree suite! I took the time to bundle up! The Cake Soiree stamp set & thinlit bundle is amazing. This may look like all you can do is stamp cakes, but it is so versatile, you won’t believe it till you see it. Let’s move on to the Designer Series paper…OMG! The beautiful silver foil on one side makes for an elegance you can’t imagine. The colorful print on the other side adds to the whimsey. The Ribbon is to-die-for! I ordered 3 spools of it. There is a fun embellishment kit in this suite that has fun stickers, cute tiny tassels and clothespins, washi tape, and velvet ribbon. Want some texture? We have it…Silver embossing paste & Shimmery White embossing paste work beautifully with the decorative masks. Add some more texture with Scattered Sequins Dynamic embossing folder. Top it all off with beautiful packaging for that special someone…a bit of colorful shreddie in the silver gate boxes make an amazing presentation, you can tie on the hand-made gift tag with silver bakers twine. Oh, and don’t forget the coordinating cardstock pack (Berry Burst, Marina Mist, Old Olive). So much awesomeness packed into one product suite! If you were to get this entire suite (you will want it all), you will also earn your choice of 3 first tier SAB items or 1 first tier and 1-second tier plus Hostess Rewards ($15) to use for anything else you want! Notice I didn’t say NEED…I mean, we need some things, but we WANT it all!
There is definitely a learning curve with embossing paste. I would recommend using it on a layer vs the card base. The silver embossing paste is a thinner consistency, so it will take a little longer to dry and I would use some temporary glue on the mask because it has a tendency to bleed under. You can use our multipurpose glue – -when it dries, it is still tacky, which make it repositional. just don’t leave it too long so you don’t damage your design.