Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Eastern Beauty Stamp Set: Crafty Hippy Christmas Party Fun

How to make a gorgeous card using the Stampin' Up! stamp set Eastern Beauty and Bermuda Bay ink

The Christmas Party...
On Monday night we had the Crafty Hippy Creative Card Making Christmas Party. It was so much fun!

We did some crafting, and (despite being adults) we had a fun Christmas Quiz, Christmas music, mince pies and even Pass-the-Parcel - hilarious!

Take a look at the hilarious pictures from the Crafty Hippy Stampin' Up! Christmas Party

We made three projects - we decorated a candle and made two cards. The girls loved their gorgeous creations and there was a lot of giggling. My terrible jokes have nothing to do with that of course...

The winner of both the Pass-the-Parcel AND the Christmas Quiz was Elaine - well done Elaine!

Thank you so much to the lovely ladies that came along. I can't wait to do it all again next year!

How to make an Eastern Beauty Greetings Card
Make our Party Project 

So one of our gorgeous projects was this beautiful card. I thought we'd avoid Christmas creations - the party was Christmassy enough, and I thought that everyone would be well organised by this point. So this gave me free reign to pick our projects.

This gorgeous card only consists of simple, one-step stamping and truth be told this is my favourite type to make really. It doesn't have to be tricky or complicated.

We used the Eastern Beauty stamp set in Basic Black, Bermuda Bay and Pool Party - the perfect combo!

We opted for the 'life is beautiful' over the 'a note for you' sentiment, because life is beautiful!

Finish off your project...
We added a gorgeous little Rhinestone in the middle of the flower - this little bit of bling was the perfect finishing touch.

The whole list of supplies you need to make this card is tiled above.

I can't wait for next year's party, and I'm about to start planning for the next Stamp Camp held in the Spring.

Feel free to CASE (copy) this card, and thanks for stopping by today,
Check out this Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in the UK, Lauren Huntley.

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