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Guest Stampin' Up! Blogger Ros Davidson showcasing Fabulous Flamingo

This week I am having a few days family time, so I have asked a couple of my long term Art With Heart team members to be guest bloggers. 

Today we have Ros Davidson, who celebrated her 10 year anniversary with my team and Stampin' Up! in September 2017. Ros is my longest serving team member and is a fabulous friend, as well as being super creative at both memory keeping and card making.  Ros has been running Stampin' Up! classes for many years in Skye (south east suburb of Melbourne). If you live close by, check out the fabulous range of classes Ros offers.

Make sure you also head over to Ros's blog to check out her amazing creations!

Here's Ros's guest post:

Hi, I’m Ros Davidson and while Claire is off enjoying some family time I have jumped at the chance to guest blog for you today. I am sharing a fabulous flamingo card which I really enjoyed making and had a go at making a stepped up version also. 

Using the palm tree leaf stamp from fabulous flamingo, I created my own designer series paper stamping in tranquil tide, emerald envy and lemon lime twist onto whisper white cardstock.

Stampin Up Fabulous Flamingo

The basic version of the card works great for many occasions as no sentiment has been added. I can see it as a new baby girl card, for you card, happy birthday card and much more.

Stampin Up Fabulous Flamingo card by Ros Davidson Melbourne Australia

The stepped up version has gold embossing for a touch of added class along with a birthday sentiment and metallic enamel shapes.

Stampin Up Fabulous Flamingo card by Ros Davidson Melbourne Australia

I’ve carried the hand stamped designer series paper inside the card and finished it off with stamps from confetti celebration stamp set. 

Stampin Up Fabulous Flamingo card by Ros Davidson Melbourne Australia

Thanks Claire for the chance to share my creations with your readers.





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I love the last card you shared with the fern looking stamps in different blues/greens! I can't wait to try it! Thank you!

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