Journey to Silver Elite Blog Hop

  Welcome to another Silver to Silver Elite Blog Hop. Here is my project using products from the 2021 August-December Mini Catalog/Sale-a-bration Catalogue.  Tealight Holder Double Window Card Another tealight holder card – this time with a double window created with the Cloche Die. Like my previous post for the tealight easel card, this is a card and gift in one. I mailed out a dozen of these in the regular Basic White Medium Envelopes ( 159236) as part of a swap with just a regular postage stamp and I plan to make some for special people on my Christmas card list. It looks a little complicated, but it is easy if you follow the steps.   Tealight Holder Double Window Card Supplies:   Stamp Set(s): ·          Stamp set from Classic Cloche Bundle (156786) ·          Stars from Peaceful Deer Stamp Set (156891)   Card Stock: ·          Vellum Cardstock (101856) ·          Basic White Cardstock 8.5”x11” (159276) ·          Basic Black 12”x12” Glitter Paper (153518) ·          Red and Gr
Reflected in Nature Bookbinding Card All images © Stampin’ Up! ® Created By: Xenia Stanford, Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator. COUNTRY: Canada. Blog: Supplies:   ●        Stamp Set(s): Reflected in Nature ( 156437   ●        Card Stock: Basic White (159276)   Designer Series Paper: Peaceful Place 12" X 12" Designer Series Paper ( 156394)  Silver Foil 12" X 12" Specialty Pack (156457)   Stamp Pad(s) and Ink(s): Basic Gray Classic Stampin' Pad ( 149165) Balmy Blue Classic Stampin' Pad ( 147105)   ●        Dies and Embossing Folder(s):   ●        Embellishments: Wink Of Stella Glitter Brush ( 141897 ) 1-1/2" (3.8 Cm) Metallic Mesh Ribbon ( 153550) Black 3/8" (1 Cm) Glittered Organdy Ribbon (147897) Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels ( 150457)   ●        Tools: Trimmer/scoring tool; a Stamparatus or blocks a,
Image Friday, July 30, 2021 Special Blog Hop Highlighting a Fun Fold! Welcome to the Silver to Silver Elite Stampin' Up! Demonstrators Blog Hop for August 2021. We are from various parts of the world and many talented people have contributed their designs and tutorials to help each other showcase Stampin' Up products and highlight our businesses but mainly to bring you fun and creative projects to make yourself. If you came through from the previous link, you will find me with the X name bringing up the end of the train - the caboose! I hope you enjoyed the other projects and I am eager to share mine. My name is Xenia Stanford, the creative designer and owner at Heritage Stamp Arts. I am a passionate scrapbooker, card maker and fun fold diva! I am an independent demonstrator with Stampin' Up! I live in Canada. I created and designed this project myself using Stampin’ Up! products but Stamp