Kylie’s Demonstrator training Blog Hop July 2019

Welcome to my IndigoStampin blog. My name is Angela & I’m a Stampin Up© Independent Demonstrator in Brisbane, Australia.

On this blog hop you are joining myself & many other demonstrators from around the world, who love to make cards and offer their customers and followers lots of inspiration for their own papercraft creations!

I am very excited to share my projects for the upcoming product based cardmaking class, Daisy Lane!! I have cased and adapted ideas from the catalogue and other demonstrators to come up with these projects. Here is the details of this lovely stamp set:

For my first card I have used the Daisy Lane stamp set and the larger Daisy punch to make this Highland Heather coloured daisy. Although it is the focus, encircling the flower is the delicate fern stamp in this set, stamped in Mossy Meadow and then stamped off once using this same colour. This set is found in the current Annual catalogue & is a new red rubber Cling set.

My next card is designed for stamping only, just in case you don’t yet have the co-ordinating punch or want 3D flowers 😉 I’ve chosen Mossy Meadow again and then Melon Mambo for the daisies with a little daffodil delight on my dauber in the centre.

The inside of the card needs a daisy too, don’t you think?

This next card is an uses the new in-colour, Rose Rococo as the focus. This beautiful gingham paper is from the Designer Series Paper, 6×6 pack. A few carefully choosen sequins from the Woven Threads Sequin Assortment finsih this simple, but effective card.

The last card is a case from the catalogue, something I really enjoy doing to get me familiar with the crafting elements of a suite or set.

Melon Mambo daisies with the outrageous Perennial Essence Floral Centers to finish the flowers really star in this card. I’ve curled up the edges of the crumb cake cardstock and added all of the layers on a new in-colour Seaside Spray cardbase. A little bit of ribbon finishes this lovely card off.

Thanks so much for visiting my blog, hope you enjoyed my cards.

Anyone living in Brisbane is very welcome to contact me (soon!) if you’d like to attend this card class. You will make 8 cards (plus another one that is a Birthday card), enjoy a lovely afternoon tea and some crafty company 🙂 It will be held:

Sunday 14th July 2019 1-3pm at Springfield Lakes

Contact me today

Happy crafting, Angela

Links to current products that I used on this project are listed at the very bottom of this blog post.


If you are in Australia and need a demonstrator, then you can order your supplies in my online store here.

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18 Replies to “Kylie’s Demonstrator training Blog Hop July 2019”

  1. What a great selection of cards Angela I just love daisies and especially love the ones you have created in Melon Mambo with daffodil delight in the centre! Thank you for taking part in our Demonstrator Training blog Hop this month!

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