Thursday, February 14, 2013

Salebration at Stilladdinktive...

I decided it was high time l joined in the fun over at Stilladdinktive challenges and this week is "Spot that Stamp Set" week. The girls have chosen to use three of the great new Stampin-Up Salebration sets that are now available.
Feeling Sentimental, Madison Avenue and Vintage Verses, all three are high on my favourites list of SAB products.
I have used 2 of the three, plus some of the lovely Sycamore street DSP that's also in there. The colours are Island Indigo, Summer Starfruit & Lucky Limeade.
The flower image from Madison Ave was perfect for adding one of my sweet In-Colour Dahlias, these were also in my Secret Santa gift from the lovely Patrice Easton and l have been waiting to use them on just the right project.......and this was it!

Pretty CAS, which seems to be the style I'm leaning towards of late. I do love the look and find the colours in this DSP more user friendly with this style...well for me anyway!
Bron and Kathy have done a great job getting Stilladdinktive up and running and the unique challenge style is great! Don't forget to pop on over and have a peek at the lovely inspiration from the DT girls.
              "Thanks for stopping by & have a great night"
All Supplies are Stampin-Up
With the exception of Kaiser Rhinestones.


  1. A great card Nikki and you make Summer Starfruit such a lovely card in this card (I might get to like it yet!).

  2. Looks great. I'm with Mae, you certainly know how to use Summer Starfruit and make it look good. That little dahlia is the perfect finish (still haven't got any for myself yet lol). x

  3. I have had a bit of trouble using the Madison Avenue stamp set, but I love what you've done with it, Nikki. Great colour combo, and the dahlia looks great in the centre of the flower.

  4. Lovin' the CAS style and the combo of colours that you chose for this SAB card. Thanks for joining us at Still AddINKtive this week.

  5. So glad you got to join us at still addINKtive, Nikki! Love the awesome colour combo & your clean styling. :)

  6. So pretty, Nikki! I love the way you've used the DSP and popped up the flower!