Saturday, 24 August 2019

"Nature's Beauty" Sneak Peek with Sponge Flip Background Technique - VIDEO!

Hi Friends! Today I've got a sneak peek for you! The cards I'm sharing use a brand new stamp set called "Nature's Beauty", from our 2019-2020 Holiday Catalogue (available Sept 4th). I just LOVE this stamp set and the best part is $4 of every sale goes toward Mental Health Organizations! This beautiful stamp set is ideal for all seasons and occasions and for today's demonstration I paired it with the "Itty Bitty Greetings" stamp set.

  • Inks: So Saffron, Pumpkin Pie, Real Red & Balmy Blue (with Stampin' Sponges)
  • Additional stamp set: Sailing Home (for the birds)

  • Inks: Daffodil Delight, Garden Green & Night of Navy (with Stampin' Sponges)

  • Inks: Daffodil Delight, Garden Green & Night of Navy (with Sponge Brayer)

  • Inks: Merry Merlot & Mossy Meadow (with Sponge Brayer)
  • Inks: Crumb Cake, Soft Suede & Early Espresso (with Sponge Brayer)
  • Additional Technique: spritzed background with water and ran through Big Shot with Pinewood Planks embossing folder.

  • Inks: Pool Party, Balmy Blue, Blueberry Bushel (with Sponge Brayer)
  • Additional stamp set: Colorful Seasons
  • Additional Technique: before cutting background, snowflake stamps inked with Versamark and embossed in white. Background piece cut into four pieces, instead of two. 

Product List

*Nature' Beauty (cling mount) #150528 available Sept 4
*Ice Stampin' Glitter #150445 available Sept 4

If you live in CANADA and wish to purchase Stampin' Up! products, please visit my online store here.  Your order helps support me, and my Stampin' Up! business, so I am truly GRATEFUL when you shop at my store - THANK YOU! xx


  1. Your background is gorgeous Tina. Im on my phone so I cant access the video. Ill watch it later. Happy Monday. Hugs!

  2. Hi Tina:
    Beautiful...I LOVE this set and your cards are amazing!!! I'm so passionate about animals and working with animal stamp sets.
    I've followed you for a long time and just never commented. I even remember when your yard was full of frozen water. Yikes! I felt so bad for you!
    I'm going to forward your blog post to my Niece.
    Thanks so much for always sharing with us! You're amazing!