Monday, August 20, 2018

Stamp Review Crew...Varied Vases!

 Stamp Review Crew

Good Morning!

Its time for another Stamp Review Crew blog hop. For this one we are showcasing the the super cute "Varied Vases" bundle.

I had lots of fun making this cute little gift card and envelope set using the Whisper White narrow note cards and envelopes that come in a pack of 20. These are great for making quick little gift cards for when you only want something small.
The dsp is a retired one called Petals & paisley and the colours are just gorgeous and work beautifully with some of the returning colours in the Stampin Up! colour refresh. The ones l've used are Mint Macaron-Delightful Dijon & Cajun Craze....I love being able to use up my abundance of dsp!
I have so much unloved dsp, that needs to be used and the Varied Vases bundle is just perfect for all of those scrappy pieces we tend to hoard...well l do anyway :0)

Have you just arrived from my lovely and talented friend Kelly Kent and her beautiful project? If not you can follow the hop loop to complete the circle. 
The SRC crew have no doubt created some amazing projects, so make sure you click on the "Next" banner below for loads of inspiration.

  Now you are off to be inspired by the lovely Ann Schach and her fabulous Varied Vases project.


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


  1. The punch is so great! I love how you've created such interesting vases with the DSP. So smart!

  2. Your sweet mix of pattern and color is delightful! pretty card!

  3. So pretty! And such a great way to use pretty paper :)

  4. Love the idea to use up the scraps with the punched vases, Nikki. A truly lovely card.

  5. Beautiful, Nikki! I love how you used these gorgeous patterns to create the vases. The colors are striking against the white!

  6. Love the patterned vases! great idea. Lovely card!

  7. Those patterned vases are adorable Nikki. Love them. X

  8. Nikki - I love this design. And using the punch on DSP is a great idea. I may just have to CASE this design! Thanks for sharing!