Happy Birthday Trio (Party Puffins)

by Kylie

Hi everyone, recently I attended an online Stampin’ Up!® event called OnStage. Before the global pandemic, these events were always fun to attend in person. Stampin’ Up!® always strives to make the Demonstrator only events fun and informative. At these events we get to see new products unveiled, with hints and tips to create awesome projects with them; there are business tips too and we also get to network with other demonstrators. It’s fun! Stampin’ Up!® encouraged us to create cards to “swap” virtually. This basically meant creating a card which we then displayed for other people to see during small Zoom networking sessions and we talked about how and why we created the card. I ended up making three cards because…well, who can stop at one?

My cards feature the new Puffin Party stamp set which is so fun! To create my card I also used the new Designer Series Paper pack called Pattern Party. This paper is only available to customers who meet certain buying criteria but it is definitely such a cool pack! It has fun colourful patterns on one side and lovely black and white designs on the other (and you know how much I love black and white papers!).

Here’s the first card…

Here’s the second card…

Here’s the third card…

You might be wondering why I made three cards that are ostensibly the same? I wanted to illustrate that by changing your colour combinations, you can easily change your audience. For example, I felt the Misty Moonlight card was potentially more of a masculine card. The bright Poppy Parade card could be more suited to a juvenile whereas the Pool Party/Flirty Flamingo card, with a few Rhinestones, could potentially be considered more of a feminine card.

No matter how you look at these cards, I’m sure you will agree the Party Puffins are so very cute! I know you are going to enjoy creating with them as much as I did!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope you have a great day!

Happy Stamping, Kylie

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