Product Spotlight - Petal Palette
Hi Stamping Friend,
Well I am late getting my blog post out for the second time this week! As many of you know, I am a competitive synchronized swimmer. What you may not know is that when I moved to Wasaga Beach, I left my synchro club - Toronto Tsunamis. Unfortunately there is no masters synchro in this area, so I have now gone back to my Toronto club. I really missed swimming last year, and am very happy to be back. Due to the distance I travel and possible weather problems for getting to practice, my coach suggested I swim as an alternate on the team, and do a solo. That way there is less chance I will let anyone down if I miss practice, and I can work on my solo here in Wasaga Beach. This weekend is our first meet of the season - in Sudbury - about a 3 1/2 hour drive north of me. I sure hope we have good weather and dry roads!! This will be the first time I am swimming a solo routine, so while I am excited, this is pushing me out of my comfort zone and I'm a little nervous too. I have had meet preparations on my mind this week, and it has distracted me from my work a bit! But fear not, I have a post for today, and will have another for Saturday and hope to be back on track (and timely) next week!
Today I want to feature the Petal Palette suite. I love this suite and the bundle within it. I have posted a couple cards using the DSP from the suite, you can see them here and here. This suite has a fantastic stamp set and Thinlit bundle as well.
I have always loved the look of stamped images being cut out and used with dimensionals, but I don’t like to do a lot of fussy cutting. Having coordinating Thinlits means I can have my cut outs without spending a lot of time fussy cutting.
This bundle is a perfect 'all inclusive' bundle. You have several greetings, a couple of background stamps and then some stamps that you can cut out with the thinlits. There are other dies to use for your design, too.
The samples in the catalogue and online store are gorgeous. The images look good whether you want to watercolor them with the aqua painter, use the Stampin’ Blends or regular markers. I have already made several different cards with this stamp set and thinlits.
Here is a couple of the cards I made with Rich Razzleberry and Pool Party. I also used some Wink of Stella on the flowers.
Give this suite a try, you won't be disappointed with the beautiful projects you can make!
Happy Stamping Hugs,