The Stamp Review Crew: Sprinkles of Life Edition

Sprinkles-of-Life-bannerIt’s time for another round of inspiration from The Stamp Review Crew. If this is your very first visit, we are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators whose mission is to do a blog hop on the first and third Mondays of each month. Our hops are unique because each of us features the same stamp set. The result is you see the versatility of the set and the amazing things you can create with it. This week we are featuring this year’s Ronald McDonald House Charities set, Sprinkles of Life. I am Stop #10 on the hop. You may have just left Stop #9: the talented Jessica Williams. Enjoy today’s hop!

IMG_2631The Stampin’ Schach Design Tips:  Sprinkles of Life Glassine Gift Bag

  • Glassine! The Mini Treat Bag Thinlits were used to create a gift bag out of Stampin’ Up!’s new Glassine Sheets.  A Soft Sky insert was made using the Polka Dot pattern from the Subtles Backgrounds Designer Series Paper Stack.  The color is softened just enough to contrast with the adorable cupcake tag.

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  • Glitter! Pink Piroutte icing was highlighted using Dazzling Details Stampin’ Glitter.  Of course, the new Tree Builder Punch coordinates with this set.  How cool is that!

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  • Sequins! Blushing Bride Sequins add the perfect touch of bling, especially when paired with Silver 1/8″ Ribbon and Metal Rimmed Pearls!

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  • Doilies! Tea Lace Paper Doilies make the perfect backdrop for the Soft Sky tag. Of course, everything looks better with pearls, so a few more Metal Rimmed Pearls were added to the edge for a touch of elegance.

I hope you enjoyed today’s little treat bag.  While I won’t be slipping edible treats into it, I will be slipping in a gift card. I think it will work fine…how about you? Won’t you let me know in today’s comment? Your comments are important to me, and I do read each and every one.  Of course, if you ever have a question about the cards I create or the techniques I use, I am only an email away.  Now hop along to Stop #11 Holly Krautkremer.  I absolutely adore Holly’s work, and I know you will, too.  If you get lost along the way, you can find a list of all the hoppers at The Stamp Review Crew.  Until next time…

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22 Comments

  1. What a beautiful way to package a gift card! I love it! The details and colors are really outstanding.

  2. Wow, Ann, such a glittery, bling-y treat bag! This is gorgeous, with all that sparkle and the wonderful color combination used. Love it!

  3. Very sweet!

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  5. Love the frosting on your cupcake, Ann! And the color palette “takes the cake!”

  6. Frilly and fun! Was SU! thinking of you when they added the Metal Rimmed Pearls to the catalog? 🙂

  7. I have the stamp set but still waiting for the punch to arrive. 🙁 Love what you did with the set. Pretty colors together.

  8. Gorgeous doesn’t begin to describe your stunning creation!

  9. Ann I just love this card and the swag of sequins is the bomb. So pretty!
    Just getting settled after a 3 week summer visit by the grandkids. I’m exhausted but I miss them already.
    hugs.

  10. Oh my gosh this is AWESOME!! I love the colors and thank you for sharing all those little tips too. The layering is just gorgeous and the glitter yummy 🙂 Beautiful job as always!

  11. Love,love, love this! Love all the prettiness and all the little elements that finished this project off! Love the glitter details on the cupcake! Very pretty! Thanks for Sharing! Rochelle xo

  12. addinktivedesigns

    Oh my!!! such cuteness and bling ‘on steroids’. LOVE this.

  13. Ann, I love, love, love your card. The colors are great and the embellishments are wonderful!

  14. Absolutely delightful! Who even cares what’s in the bag when it’s this cute 🙂

  15. Carol Carriveau

    Beautiful!

  16. jennifer reynard

    Smashing card project! Totally love the colours and embellishments that you used!!
    Jennifer, SU DEMO, Calgary, AB Canada

  17. Oh Ann, this is gorgeous! I love the colors and the bling!

  18. Wow! What a sparkly pile of deliciousness! Where do I start…I love the glittery cupcake, the doilies, the sequin trim and ribbon… all of it! What a fab creation, Ann!

  19. Oh my Ann! This is just amazing. What a work of art. There is just so much detail to take in everywhere I look. I love the ‘scrolled’ end of the banner. Very cute and I haven’t seen that anywhere before. Love your work!

  20. So very pretty, Ann, and so much detail! The frosting looks good enough to eat! : )

  21. This is gorgeous!! Love all the layering and details that you added.

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