Hello!  It’s time for another  NC Demos Blog Hop.  

This month has been super busy around here… I am leaving next week to go to another super fun Stampin’ Up! Onstage Live event.  This time it is here in the US, in Salt Lake City.  And although I am not traveling to some exciting place around the world to meet with my global Stampin’ Up! friends, we all still get to be together.

This time, a few demos from Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Germany are coming to America to join the party.  So I get to ‘host’ some good friends and hang out again with them in SLC.  It is almost surreal that we have all met and will hang out again next week.  What a gift that is.

And for all that Fun and Fellowship, I am so THANKFUL!

But in the meantime, there is some stamping and playing to do!!!

Stampin’ Up! is ready to introduce a new line of alcohol markers starting Nov. 1st.  As demos, we got to purchase the assortment early and get used to them so we can show them to you guys.

There is also a stamp set, Color Me Happy, that will be available while supplies last that is perfect for using with these babies.

My last blog post (earlier today!) had 2 cards made with stamps from this set.

But I was still going!  lol

Here are 2 MORE quick little cards using this set, the new Blends markers, and the Whole Lot of Lovely DSP.

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The DSP with the little blue flowers is the back side of the piece with the pink ‘dots’.

I am partying on DSP lately with the sale this month of buy 3, get 1 free sale… hurry and get yours!  Sale end on Halloween!  Nothing adds that easy colorful interest faster than a little shot of our wonderful DSP.

These are super quick cards, easy with this fun stamp set and the Blends alcohol markers.  Since I knew I was going to cut out those blue flowers on the left card… no need to be that neat with my coloring even.

I colored outside the lines… on purpose!  I never do that.  Highlighted with the dark Pool Party marker, and then I colored outside the lines AGAIN as I went over the whole flower with the lighter shade to blend with a circular stroke.  All that wild coloring wore me out.  LOL

But I did muster the strength to add some Wink of Stella to the ‘celebrate’ card background and add the cute little black rhinestones to both cards to add a bit my sparkle.

If you want to see the other cards I made using this set, just scroll down.

Now on to the other talented demos from our NC in this blog hop.  See you next month!

October Blog Hoppers

Tamra Davis You are here!
Jo Anne Hewins
Tracie Evans Langley
Laurie Meier
Sue Stapp
Frances Wagner

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