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Touches of Texture – Artisan Design Team Blog Hop

Another day, another Blog Hop! Ha, ha! Welcome to the first August Artisan Design Team blog hop – one in which we can share projects using anything that came in our goodie box! We are an international team of 20 Stampin’ Up! demonstrators, chosen to share our creativity with you.

For this hop, I made a card using the layout design from THIS PROJECT. Don’t be afraid to case yourself. This was a layout I loved, so I really wanted to use it again. The different stamp sets and elements means that this card has a totally different feel from the original.

Stampin' Up! - Touches of Texture - Valerie Moody; Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. X

At first glance, I didn’t feel this stamp set was for me, but once I started playing with it, it’s just fun. You get all these outline images, and then little random splatter images to use for colouring in! As someone who doesn’t colour in – this is fab!

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project. Please hop on over to Allison who will have a stunning project for you:

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Thanks for stopping by today. You can grab everything you need to make this card from my Online Store. Just click on the product image to go straight there:

What You Need To Make This Project 

Linen Thread


Back soon with more!

Crafty Hugs, Val. XX


4 responses »

  1. Wow, gorgeous card, colours and design, Val, I love it. All your creations are beautiful, lovely clean lines and not fussy 🙂

  2. Val this is so beautiful. Your work is stunning and inspirational.

  3. This is such a soft, pretty card. What stamp set is the flower from?


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