Hello, and welcome, I am so excited to share these projects that I made with the Regency Park Suite, as this was my first post as for the Artisan Design Team this year! I must say, these really aren’t my go to colours, so I was definitely out of my comfort zone working here, but sometimes it is good to push ourselves though, don’t you think?
The Regency Park suite is actually what I call a Mega Suite, as it has two stamp sets, a punch, dies, papers, speciality papers, ribbon and embellishments. You really have a lot to play with here, and even better that it all co-ordinates!
I decided to make two cards and a hanging decoration for this post, and had so much fun stamping and punching and die cutting all the different elements. Those flowers quickly became a firm favourite too.
The Petal Park stamp set is purely images, but the sentiments and words in the Sentimental Park stamp set are fabulous, covering so many different celebrations – a sentiment for all occasions here (almost!).
For my fist card using the Regency Park suite I used the Textured Shimmer Paper as a background, then layered on a piece of the Regency Park DSP. The panels are made using the Sentimental Park dies, each one cut in white and then stuck onto Night of Navy before cutting with my scissors to create a mat.
A bit of stamping, punching and die cutting finishes off this card.
My second card also uses the Textured Shimmer Paper as a background, but this time I chose the white and blended on some Petal Park ink using my blending brushes. I love the soft effect that this gave.
Because the sentiments are so small, I decided just to use two here, as one I thought would get lost in the busyness of the card. To make the smaller ribbon bow, I simply took a length of the Night of Navy Bordered Ribbon and cut it in half lengthways, before tying my bow.
This third project using the Regency Park suite is a small hanging decoration, but you could also use this as a large gift tag, or even a funny shaped bookmark!
I drew around a coaster to make the circle, then cut it out with my scissors, before embossing it with the beautiful Cane Weave embossing folder. The flowers are heat embossed onto Fluid 100 Watercolour cardstock and then coloured with watercolour using the Stampin’ Up! Classic Ink Pads. The leaves are stamped normally though, to add some contrast.
A few of the Milky Dots gems, some white die cut flowers and a length of ribbon complete this little project.
Too see all of the other wonderful projects that the rest of the Artisan Design Team came up with (and WOW, are they amazing, and so different!) you can view the post over on the Stampin’ Up! Facebook Page, or see the preview below!
I do hope that these projects have inspired you to get creating, and of course, if you would like to purchase any of the supplies that I have used today, you can do so by clicking on the product images below or visiting my online store.
Thank you so much for stopping by today, until next time, Happy Stamping! xxProduct List
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