Friday, April 19, 2019

Global Stamping Friends Extraordinary Blog Hop - New and Carrying Over

Welcome to the April 2019 EXTRAORDINARY Edition of the Global Stamping Friends Blog Hop, featuring our upcoming NEW and Carrying Over Products! You'll see projects from around the world--but I'm in Colorado Springs, Colorado. (Note: I can only sell to customers in the US, so any prices are in USD)

We generally hop the first Friday of each month, but this is an Extra-Ordinary hop! For this hop, I featured the Abstract Impressions Stamp Set, which WILL be carrying over into the NEW Stampin' Up! 2019-2020 Annual Catalog...debuting June 4th. {you'll find all Product Purchase Links below the Blog Roll near the bottom of the post!}

You can see the two stamps I used from the Abstract Impressions Stamp Set, sitting on each side of the Bunny Treat Cup. These are made with some 4oz espresso sample cups/lids that I bought online a while back, but I show the Stampin' Up! Sweet Cups in my tutorial video below, and they look like they will work just fine also. However, the Sweet Cups are RETIRING and available only while supplies make sure you SHOP NOW to get yours!

The Gingham Gala 6"x6" Designer Series Paper is also RETIRING, as well as the Powder Pink Cardstock I used for the nose and inside of the ears, and the Powder Pink Ink Pad I used to ink up my Sponge Dauber to make the rosy little cheeks.

Other supplies you'll want to buy right away that I used on this project that are RETIRING are the 3/4" Circle Punch, as well as the 1-1/4" Circle Punch. If you don't already have all the punches in the Last-Chance Products section of My Online Store, just get them now...seriously. You can use them for SOOOOO many awesome punch art projects, you will be kicking yourself later when you see something you want to recreate once the RETIRING punches are no longer available. I speak from experience.

I made a tutorial video for this project the other day on My Facebook Business Page, and you can go directly to the video by clicking the picture below. These Bunny Treat Cups are SUPER easy to make, and they are not just for Easter! There is a 'Thank You' saying in the stamp set that looks adorable if you stamp it on a Balmy Blue Cardstock banner which you adhere to a skewer that you cut to about 4-1/2" long, and then poke the skewer through the lid of the Sweet Cups. (I just stuck the banner/skewer down in the sippy hole on the espresso cup lid I used for my sample)

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Stampin' Supplies: Abstract Impressions stamp set, Gingham Gala 6"x6" Designer Series Paper - RETIRING, Balmy Blue Cardstock, Whisper White Cardstock, Basic Black Cardstock, Powder Pink Cardstock - RETIRING, StazOn Jet Black ink pad, Powder Pink ink pad - RETIRING (with Sponge Dauber for rosy cheeks), Whisper White Baker's Twine, SNAIL Adhesive, 1-1/4" Circle Punch - RETIRING, 1" Circle Punch, 3/4" Circle Punch - RETIRING, Mini Stampin' Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots, Paper Snips, Simply Shammy (for cleaning photopolymer stamps).
{see Product Purchase Links below the Blog Roll}

Click the Next arrow below to see Lisa' NEW and Carrying Over creations!
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~Kimberley Morris Colorado Springs, CO
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  1. So cute it...

  2. That little guy is so adorable! I want to make these for all the kids coming over on Easter!

  3. What a very clever idea Kimberley & a great use of this stamp set. TFS

  4. What a creative idea! You made a bunny without any bunny stamps! Great job!


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