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Stamping with Shimmer Paint: Stampin' Up! Everything Rosy Product Medley

Today I have a couple of cards for you featuring stamping with the Rose Gold shimmer paint in the Stampin' Up! May 2019 Everything is Rosy product medley. This gorgeous medley of products is STILL available to purchase but ONLY until the end of May, or until it's sold out, whichever comes first.

Find the Everything is Rosy Medley HERE in the online store.

Last week I showed you several cards and a scrapbook page using the Everything is Rosy dies, die cuts and Designer Paper. We also used the stamps with ink and embossing.  Today, I want to show you two cards I have made using some stamping with the shimmer paint which is included in the medley.

Stampin Up Everything is Rosy 2019 card including stampin with rose gold shimmer paint. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator Melbourne Australia

For my first card, I have stamped onto the Pretty Peacock (a new 2019 InColour) cardstock using the small leaf stamp in the Everything is Rosy stamp set. I like the effect this creates with various shades of the Pretty Peacock showing through. The process of stamping with the shimmer paint is super easy. I just paint the stamp with the paint using one of my Aquapainters, and stamp! To clean the paint of the stamp I used a baby wipe and rinsed straight away in running water. I rinsed my Aquapainter under running water too. It was super easy. 

I have used Rococo Rose as my pink this time (another new 2019 InColour) to soften the colours. The rose gold shimmer paint actually coordinates really well with Rococo Rose. I have added some of the shimmer paint onto the die cut flowers and die cut some leaf branches in rose gold to coordinate.

Stampin Up Everything is Rosy 2019 card including stampin with rose gold shimmer paint. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator Melbourne Australia

In this next card, I have stamped the two different leaf images onto my Shimmery White cardstock layer. It's so hard to really pick up how beautiful the stamped shimmer paint looks in real life. You will see in this image I have 'stamped off' with some of the images. This was just stamping again straight after the first stamping.

Stampin Up Everything is Rosy 2019 card including stampin with rose gold shimmer paint. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator Melbourne Australia

I have used Pretty Peacock and Rococo Rose, two of the new 2019-2021 InColours again . You will also spot some other new products coming on June 4th with the new 2016 Annual Catalogue. I have used the Stitched Nested Labels (finding this shape really versatile and great for layering), the Woven Threads Designer Series Paper (which coordinates with ALL the new InColours), and the new GORGEOUS scalloped linen ribbon which comes in all the 5 new InColours. 

Stampin Up Everything is Rosy 2019 card including stampin with rose gold shimmer paint. Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator Melbourne Australia

I hope you like today's cards. If you like the Everything is Rosy product medley, don't forgot to grab it it in the online store, as it's only available in May, or while stocks last, whichever comes first.

See you back here tomorrow night for our team Colour Creations blog hop.

Claire

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Brenda Just

Beautiful cards Claire, canโ€™t wait to ink mine,๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

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