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World of Good Product Suite

June 4, 2020

Yesterday, on my Facebook Live, I shared some cards I made using the World of Good Product Suite.  This product suite can be found on pages 24-26 of your 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue, which is now available for you to purchase from.  Yay!  I like to start with a beginners card when I start using a new product, it kind of gets my thought processes working to get creative, so the first card uses a Whisper White Note Card.  I stamped the ink well image from the Beautiful World stamp set onto the front of the Note Card using Mossy Meadow ink.  I stamped the feather image using Crumb Cake ink and the greeting using Early Espresso ink.   I also decorated the envelope by stamping the feather image twice onto the lower left hand corner using Crumb Cake ink.  Simple but pretty.

To create my slightly stepped up version for the Casual Stamper, I stamped the inkwell image from the Beautiful World stamp set onto scrap Whisper white card using Mossy Meadow ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating World Map Die.  I stamped the feather image from the same stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Crumb Cake ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating World Map Die.  I attached the two images to Whisper White card before stamping the greeting from the Beautiful World stamp set using Early Espresso ink.  The Whisper White panel is attached to Cinnamon Cider card (one of the new in-colours) and then scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.  To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped another greeting from the Beautiful World stamp set using Early Espresso ink and also the feather image using Crumb Cake ink.  A couple of more steps but still pretty simple and easy for someone to re-create.

The third card is created with the Avid Stamper in mind, someone like me who just has to have it all.  I must admit that Stampin’ Up! has made that super easy by giving us an item number to order everything in the product suite!  This time, I embossed Whisper White card using the Old World Paper 3D Embossing Folder.  I attached a piece of the World of Good Specialty Designer Series Paper across the bottom of the embossed card.  This Designer Series Paper is simply gorgeous with the addition of Brass foiling l to some of the papers including the one I have used. I wrapped the top of the Designer Series Paper with the Early Espresso 1/4″ Faux Suede Trim (also part of the Product Suite) and tied a knot.  The Whisper White panel is attached to scored and folded Cinnamon Cider card.  I cut an oval from Whisper White card and a scalloped oval from Cinnamon Cider card using the Layering Ovals Dies.  I attached the Whisper White oval to the scalloped oval and then the card front using dimensionals.  I stamped the inkwell image from the Beautiful World stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Mossy Meadow ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating World Map Die.  I stamped the feather image from the same stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Crumb Cake ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating World Map Die.  I attached the feather to the Whisper White oval and the inkwell over the top of the end of the feather using a dimensional.  I stamped the greeting from the Beautiful World stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Early Espresso ink.  I fussy cut the greeting and attached it to the card front using dimensionals where necessary.  To decorate the inside of the card, I attached a piece of the same World of Good Specialty Designer Series Paper across the bottom of Whisper White card.  I wrapped the top of the Designer Series Paper using the Early Espresso 1/4″ Faux Suede Trim before attaching the panel to the inside of the card.

So there you have it, my three versions – Beginner, Casual and Avid Stamper – all beginning with the same basic images.  I am getting quite a collection of Note Cards which I am thinking need to be packaged up and given as a gift to someone special.

Let me know what you think of this gorgeous Product Suite.

Bye for now,

Kris

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