Monday, February 20, 2017

Stamp Review Crew...Lift Me Up!

 Stamp Review Crew

Welcome to a new edition of Stamp Review Crew. For this one we are showcasing lots of fab projects created with the "Lift Me Up" product bundle.
You may have just arrived from the fab blog of Rochelle Blok and her inspiring Lift Me Up project. If so, you can keep happily hopping by clicking the "Next" banner below or you can start at the "Stamp Review Crew" blog by clicking the banner above.

My first project is very quick and simple to create and works perfectly for an upcoming masculine birthday. 
I have incorporated the lovely free "Carried Away"  SAB dsp and used the colours from that as the starting point.
Watermelon Wonder, Mint Macaron, Smoky Slate, Peekaboo peach and Night of Navy.


My second card uses only one stamp image and that is the cute heart from this set. It reminds me of those sweet candy hearts we could get as kids...Anyway, this is just a simple V-day card, but it could be used for other occasions too.

Now you are off to be inspired by Bruno Bertucci.

 Rochelle           Bruno

Thanks for stopping by!
All supplies used are Stampin Up!


  1. Both lovely Nikki - love your candy hearts. I remember those!!! Kelly x

  2. Love both of your cards Nikki! The layers of the balloons and vellum clouds are gorgeous but I so love the repeated love stamp running down the side of the card! Simple yet so effective. Rochelle xo

  3. Love your bright balloons! And your heart card is sweet as can be!

  4. Like them both! I love that layered look with the vellum clouds perfect touch. Little heart card is so cute.

  5. Love your vellum clouds and how you used the DSP like water!

  6. Absolutely fabulous cards, Nikki! I love the vellum clouds and designer paper water of the first one...and the clean and simple perfection of the second. Such inspiration!

  7. Both cards are so great! I really need to start design the inside of my cards. I love the second 'Love You' card, shows so much set versatility.

  8. A couple of fun cards, Nikki! I love all the layers and the offset of the strip of DSP on the bottom on your first card.

  9. Great cards Nikki! Thanks for sharing the inside too, I always forget about the insides.