Simply Stampin’ Challenge #63 – Royally Regal

This week’s challenge at Simply Stampin‘ is to make a project based on a Royally Regal theme.  I decided to use the Rue Des Fleurs stamp set (p16 mini) and make a vintage card.

I recently attended Australia’s Stampin’ Up! Convention (will blog more about that soon!) and have been inspired by the so many different ideas that I saw!  There was a fabulous workshop WOW by Theresa who showed us how to use snips of ribbon tied together.  Amanda from Stampin’ Up! Sydney office showed us how to make colour splotches on the paper using an aqua pen, reinker and some rubbing alcohol.  I don’t think this was the exact formula but it is what I used to make my colour splotches.  I realise now that I should have been taking more notes rather than talking with fellow demonstrators.

Here is a closer look at the gorgeous ribbon tie with the Trinket Crown (p 141 IB&C) and coloured splotches:

The card above was actually my second card for this challenge.  The first card I made used the crown from the Extreme Elements stamp set (p60 IB&C) which always makes me think teenager.  After making the card I found the crown trinket and got the vintage idea in my head…

Anyway, thought I would share my card with you:

Cheers Deb

Card Details (first card only):

  • Stamp Set/s: Rue Des Fleurs
  • Card: Crumb Cake, Cherry Cobbler, Night of Navy and Very Vanilla
  • Ink:  Crumb Cake, Night of Navy and Stampin’ Up! Marker: Cherry Cobbler & Crumb Cake. Night of Navy Re-inker
  • Accessories/Tools:  snail, dimensionals, paper cutter, bone folder, sponges, paper snips, hemp twine, Paper Piercer, Mat Pack, Aqua pen, Rubbing Alcohol (non-SU!), Crown Trinkets, Scallop Square Punch, Basic Rhinestones, tombow glue, Big Shot: Framelits, Crochet Trim: Victoria, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding, Denim Jean Ribbon: Artichoke, Designer Series Speciality Paper: First Edition.
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8 thoughts on “Simply Stampin’ Challenge #63 – Royally Regal

  1. Hi Deb. I just love your Royal Challenge and what you can do with that beautiful stamp set. You are my favorite designer. Sue

  2. These are fabulous Deb! Both cards are different in style but both fit the royally regal theme to perfection! I really love how you’ve achieved two completely different looks, elegant and vintage and a more modern contemporary card! Ruth x

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