Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Sweet Soiree Product Sweet - Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop

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 Welcome to February's Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop.  I am excited that we are sharing projects featuring the Sweet Soiree Product Suite-my favorite suite of products in our Occasions Catalog.

I've shared quite a few projects from this suite that I created for my Onstage Live presentation last November,but haven't shared this yet!  The products in this suite are gorgeous and I'm sure you 'll enjoy this blog hop!


For today's project, I used the Sweet Soiree Memories  & More card pack - which is free with a $50 order during Saleabration.  The good news is by purchasing the Cake Soiree' bundle (stamp set and coordinating framelits) you'll save 10%, and will qualify for a Saleabration freebie!




I created a set of 3 x 3 notes - and packaged them in a cello bag.  The base of the notes are 3" x 6", scored at 3".

I used different word stamps from the Cake Soiree stamp set for the cards, and added some rhinestones for some sparkle. 

I used the cake framelit and cut out the cake shape from the pre-printed Memories and More cards - the photo below shows the Memories and More card before I cut it - and after when I placed it on my 3 x 3 card.



The Sweet Soiree Decorative masks and sponge daubers added detail to the cakes.




I added some of the patterned cards on the back of the little envelope flaps to dress them up a bit.

I packaged the little notes in a cello bag and added a tag, and a sprig of flowers from the wonderful Sweet Soiree Embellishment kit, and tied it up with a Berry Burst bow. Don't miss this embellishment kit! It is awesome! See it HERE




Here is a fancy card I created with this suite earlier - click here to see details!






Scroll down to the bottom of this post, to find a list of all the products used in my notecard/pouch project with clickable links to shop in my store!

And now it's time to visit  Carol Payne's blog.  Click on the image to see what she's created! 

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Or hop back to Sharon Burkert's blog to see her creation! 


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Here are the products used for today's project with clickable links to my online store.  I'd bee grateful for your purchase!




Thanks for hopping with us!

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1 comment:

  1. Your cards are simply elegant -- you'll never tire of seeing these!

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