Introducing… Background Builders Classics and Sentiments Outlined

Introducing… Background Builders Classics and Sentiments Outlined

Hey!

Welcome to Day 1 of the July 2019 Release product introductions. This is the fun part where myself, my guest designer and the design team get to show you LOTS of inspiration, using all the new products leading up to  26th, July, Release Day!

Hopefully you have hopped on over from our lovely Guest Designer Keren’s blog HERE. If you missed the start of the hop and introduction to todays products, you can catch up HERE.

Today’s products are two new clear stamp set, another addition to the Background Builders collection, featuring classic designs and then a new mini clear stamp set featuring 3 fun sentiments in an outlined font.

First up I have the second card I created from the stamped colourful background using Background Builders Classics…

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I simply adhered the strip to a white card base & then adhered a panel with another of the sentiments from Sentiments Outlined. This time I have coloured the sentiment in with a black fine liner. This gives the sentiment a whole different, bolder look. I finished the card off with some of my favourite Caribbean Ocean Nuvo Drops – yum!

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I was then inspired to create this card…

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I used the ‘Celebrate in Style’ sentiment and simply repeatedly stamped it to fill a white card stock panel. I started with the sentiment that I have coloured rainbow style, and then stamping either side, above & below to create a repeated design.

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Again I used a black fine liner to colour the sentiments apart from the focal sentiment, in which I used Stampin’ Up! Stampin’ Blends. I adhered the stamped panel to my card base using foam adhesive and filled in the gaps between the sentiments with retired Stampin’ Up! Enamel Stars.

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Following the colourful rainbow feel I decided to pair the ‘Have a Wonderful Birthday’ sentiment with Mid Century Modern Florals, which is from the April/May 2019 Release.

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I started by stamping the open scalloped circle on a white card stock panel & then stamping the bursts in a rainbow of Altenew inks. I love how Gloss White Nuvo Drops change to the colour you drop them onto, like they have in the centres of the colourful bursts.

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Again I coloured the sentiment in a rainbow of Stampin’ Up! Stampin’ Blends to match the rainbow of the sentiment. I have used a Lawn Fawn rectangle die to cut and layer the sentiment panel.

Lastly I was inspired by this weeks CAS(E) this Sketch! challenge seen HERE and below and this weeks Color Throwdown challenge seen HERE and below.

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And here is how I combined both the challenges onto my card…

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The sketch was perfect for some ink blending using my TE Blender Brushes 😉 I used Altenew Pink Pearl ink and then Cloudy Night & Silver Lake for the thick stripe and scalloped stripe.

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The sentiment is stamped in Cloudy Night and then I used White Blizzard Nuvo Drops to fill in the sentiment to give a sparkly finish.

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That’s all the samples I have to share with you today, but it wouldn’t be a release without a daily blog hop full of inspiration! 

As usual my AWESOME Design Team and wonderful Guest Designer this month, Keren Baker have worked their magic with todays products, so be sure to hop along & see them. This is the order of the hop…

Keren

Bev (That’s Me!)

Carol 

Sarah P

Wiebke 

WOW!

That was a phenomenal inspirational hop, so many creative ways to use the Background Classics and Sentiments Outlined. I hope you enjoyed it and you will join us again tomorrow for another product introduction and LOTS more inspiration :)

Hugs

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Comments (11)

  • Julie B Reply

    What a fab set of cards Bev, I can see the background strip stamps being so useful in lots of different ways. The outline sentiments equally so. :)

    22nd July 2019 at 9:58 am
  • Linda Walmsley Reply

    WOW! What a fabulous set of cards Bev. These new stamps are going to be such a useful addition to everyones craft stash xx

    22nd July 2019 at 10:24 am
  • Stephanie Mortimer Reply

    I’m really liking the outline sentiments. I don’t have anything like this in my stash so this would be a great freshen up…well it is nearly my birthday after all!!

    22nd July 2019 at 10:28 am
  • Keren Baker Reply

    So many fab idea. Love the floral bursts of colour and multi sentiment stamped one! x

    22nd July 2019 at 2:25 pm
  • carol Reply

    OHMYSTARS, Bev! An array of outstanding cards that are sooooo different from one another! Talk about showcasing versatility! I’m especially taken with the ‘bursts’. In awe…once again!
    hugs~c

    22nd July 2019 at 3:11 pm
  • Jennifer Petersen Reply

    Beautiful! I love those fun outline sentiments and how easy they are to change the look! So beautiful!

    22nd July 2019 at 10:13 pm
  • Sue D Reply

    Love the card designs and colors!

    22nd July 2019 at 10:30 pm
  • Vicki Reply

    Wonderful cards and release Bev. That’s a whole lot of colouring in the sentiments! Great effect.

    23rd July 2019 at 12:47 am
  • Dee Earnshaw Reply

    wow – love all the fantastic ways of using these products – really outside the box thinking – so inspired

    24th July 2019 at 1:35 am
  • Wiebke Reply

    Great cards, Bev!

    My personal favourite of this collection of beauties is the one with the repeated “celebrate in style”. The colourful one pops out and all these little stars match perfectly to your choice of colours!

    Can’t wait until Friday when the Release goes online! Will be a busy weekend for you I guess…! 😀

    Love & hugs from Wiebke

    25th July 2019 at 2:00 am
  • Lindsey Reply

    I love love the fun, vibrant colours! Loads of crisp CAS gorgeousness! Any so typical of your work Bev. I’m also rather envious of how your Nuvo drops make perfect rounded domes! Mine never seem to do so … sigh! x

    5th August 2019 at 9:19 am

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