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SUDSOL Blog Tour

I love SUDSOL. It is a community of demonstrators that share creative projects and business information so you can get the most out of your business. Thanks to this group for sharing their ideas! Here are some of the things I have learned from them and twisted for my card designs.

Don’t you just love the coordination of Stampin’ Up! products… For this blog tour I used the Delicate Doily stamp set with Flirtatous Designer Series Paper (DSP).

Here’s a card with no stamping. Basically, it is Flirtatous DSP, button, and hemp. I love the pumpkin and Melon Mambo color combination.

This is a standard card using the new Lace Ribbon Border punch (122362), Whisper White and Wisteria Wonder cardstock.

This is a standard card using a layering to help bring out pop the colors of this card. Can you guess what colors are used?

This is a stair-step card using a little ribbon, the new Lace Ribbon Border punch (122362), Doirly Triple Layer punch (122465), Wisteria Wonder (122922), and Flirtatous DSP (122360). This is a gate-fold card using Melon Mambo cardstock, Whisper White cardstock, Flirtatous DSP, Scallop Die (113468), Word Window punch (119857), and Modern Label punch (119849).

You have an opportunity to try SUDSOL for two weeks free. Might I suggest you try it? You will not believe all of the information available to you.

The Blog tour starts here


SUDSOL Blog Tour - May 17th

The stamp set I choose for my SUDSOL contribution comes from mutliple demonstrator ideas via a mystery card.

Here’s the story of my contribution. Periodically, I get together with a few demo friends (Julie Link, Kelly Kleven, Lisa Wellman, and Kim Glover). Whenever we get together we each bring a shoebox swaps plus someone is responsible for a mystery card.

What is a mystery card? Well, we take turns. If it is your turn to be the mystery card master you decide on the paper, ink, punches, embellishments, and stamp set to be used. You create your version of a card and keep it hidden. As each person creates their card with the material their design is hidden. Once everyone is done the mystery card master places all the samples out for voting to begin. The winner receives a prize.

Whenever I am the mystery card master I use SUDSOL pattern library or ideas from other demos from the gallery for my card.

Here’s the samples.

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Welcome to my blog – Roxie’s Stamping Room! I am very happy to show you some Occassion Mini projects and share my experience about SUDSOL.

SUDSOL has been an asset to me as a demo. This group is great if you want a source to share ideas and help pick you up when you are feeling down. In addition, they are a great resource with your business questions plus there are many, many patterns and layouts for cards, scrapbooks, and 3-D items.

Your membership with SUDSOL means you will always a have a fellow demo to help you out. If you would like to try it you can…. you can for two weeks FREE, yes I said FREE! All you need to do is click on the link

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The first project is using the stamp set ** Mother of Mine ** I thought it turned out well. All I needed was some paper, markers, stamp, and paper cutter. How easy can it be?

Here’s the actual supply list:

Stamp set: Mother of Mine
Cardstock: Real Red, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Real Red Pattern DSP
Ink/Markers: Real Red, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake
Accessories: Small Heart Punch, Bitty Buttons,

Project 2 uses the stamp set Plane & Simple. I love this set! I now have another option for the men I know besides the standard nature, animal, or standard blah option!

Here’s the actual supply list:

Stamp set: Plane & Simple
Cardstock: Early Espresso, Crumb Cake,
Ink: Early Espresso

Project 3 uses the stamp set Be My Valentine. This one stamp is a great option for those who want to start stamping but do not want a whole stamp set! Don’t you just love a card that shimmers!?!?!

Here’s the actual supply list:

Stamp set: Be My Valentine
Cardstock: Black, Real Red, Real Red Pattern DSP, Whisper White,
Ink: Basic Black, Versamark
Accessories: Irridescent Ice,

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