Stampin’ Up! UK Bermuda Bay Afternoon Picnic

I loved the Tea for Two DSP that was in the Spring Summer catalogue, and was so delighted to find out it was moving into the new annual catalogue, but with a colour overhaul, that I just had to leap on it at the first available opportunity.

Pootles Stampin Up UK Afternoon Picnic Bermudea Bay Card (1)

And while this is a simple design from the papers, mixing it up with a little of the gingham from the Kind and Cosy stamp set really makes it scrummy and yummy.

Now, you may be wondering how I’ve got that pale spongy sort of look to the background circles. Well, when your stamp set arrives, assuming it’s a clear one, the gingham circle has an extra plain circle of rubber in the middle that you’re meant to discard. Not me though!

I simply inked it up and stamped down on to some scrap paper, then onto some Whisper White cardstock to get this effect!

Kinda sweet right?

Pootles Stampin Up UK Afternoon Picnic Bermudea Bay Card 2

And while I’m a fan of double layering stampin’ dimensionals, with this card, I triple layered some to get this properly lifted design.

I hope you like it!

Supplies used –

Naturals White Cardstock

Afternoon Picnic Designer Series Paper

Kind and Cosy Stamp Set

1 3/4″ circle Punch

2 1/2″ circle punch

Small heart punch

Stampin’ Dimensionals

Bermuda Bay Ink

Sam x

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

If you’d like to purchase or shop, please feel free to download a copy of the catalogue on the left, or email me to buy a hardcopy.

Don’t forget the current special offer for July!


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