Saturday, 12 October 2019

STAMPIN' UP! CORPORATE BLOG - LET IT SNOW MINI ALBUM

Hello and welcome to my blog! Today I'm excited to be featured on the Stampin' Up! Corporate Blog sharing the mini album I created using the Let It Snow Specialty Designer Series Paper (#150393). I love creating mini albums, they make great gifts and can be created for any occasion. This little Christmas album is ready to add a photograph or two and snippets of Christmas 2019.
The Let It Snow Specialty Designer Series Paper (#150393) and the Stitched Nested Labels Dies (#149638) combined to form the base for my album. I die cut four of the largest labels in Whisper White Cardstock (#106549) and eight in the Let It Snow Specialty Designer Series Paper which I adhered to each side of the Whisper White labels. Then the fun of decorating it began!
The front has the “Tis the Season” die cut in Real Red Cardstock (#106578) from the Jolly Season Dies (#150648) and is coated with Shimmery Crystal Effects (#150892) to give it a lovely sparkling shine. I added three snowflakes from the Trio of Tags (#150667) and popped a Coastal Cabana Rhinestone from the Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels (#150457) in the centres – aren’t they cute? A bow in Whisper White Solid Bakers Twine (#124262) is tied around a strip of the striped Let It Snow Specialty Designer Series Paper.
A Silver Glimmer Paper (#146960) wreath from the All-Around Wreath Dies (#150641) has been made a little smaller, to fit on the page, by cutting a section out and gluing it back together! I added Rhinestone Basic Jewels (#144220) coloured with the Dark Real Red Stampin’ Blends (#147934) and stars from the Follow Your Art Embellishment Kit (#149491). The sentiment is from the Holly Jolly Christmas Stamp Set (#150471) and is stamped using the Real Red Classic Stampin’ Pad (#147084).

Smaller labels have been die cut and layered up with a piece of Real Red 1” (2.5cm) Ruched Ribbon (#150435), another little star from the Follow Your Art Embellishment Kit and “love” from the Well Written Dies (#148534).


I made pockets to pop the wish list and gifts in and edged them using the scallop die from the Stitched Be Mine Dies (#148527). A piece of Real Red 1/8” (3.2mm) Curly Ribbon (#150426) is attached to one tag and a heart and paper clip from the Follow Your Art Embellishment Kit is attached to the other. The words “wish list” and “gifts” is made up with individual letters from the Well Written Dies and layered on Let It Snow Specialty DSP and Whisper White Cardstock cut using the Stitched Rectangle Dies (#148551). I’ve added a Baker’s Twine bow, die cut snowflakes and sequins. How cute are the Snowflake Sequins (#150443)?

I love this little “Express Your Elf” tag from the Tags Tags Tags Bundle (#153042)! Again, I’ve used the Coastal Cabana Rhinestones from the Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels, an arrow from the Follow Your Art Embellishment Kit and popped them on a piece of Whisper White Cardstock die cut from the Rectangle Stitched Dies.
I’ve used more of the gorgeous Snowflake Sequins, two hearts from the Follow Your Art Embellishment Kit tied with a Whisper White Baker’s Twine bow, Vellum Cardstock (#106584) leaves from the All-Around Wreath Dies, “thanks” from the Well Written Dies and the sentiment stamped in Real Red ink.
The numbers for “2019” are from the Make a Difference Stamp Set (#146676) and Believe is from the Holly Jolly Christmas Stamp Set. I used the die from the Trio of Tags (#150667) but omitted the hole at the top.
I tied pieces of Real Red Ruched Ribbon, Curly Ribbon, 5/8” (1.6cm) Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon (#146912), Whisper White Solid Baker’s Twine and a couple of gold Jingle Bells (#149598) around the ring holding the album together.
I hope my project has inspired you to create a little mini Christmas album of your own. All the gorgeous co-ordinating products in both the 2019 Holiday Catalogue and Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalogue made creating this album fun and easy!
And if you have any questions please pop them in the comments and I'll get back to you. Thanks x

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