Beautiful Promenade - Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop

Beautiful Promenade + Beautiful Layers Thinlits by Stampin' Up! - Susan Wong for the Artisan Desgin Team


Oh I'm so excited to show you my Beautiful Promenade HIS and HERS cards this month on the Stampin' Up! Artisan blog hop. When I saw this set and looked at ways of creating with it in unexpected ways, industrial, geometric and masculine were what I had in mind. I cut out a the large geometric shape from the Beautiful Layers thinlits on some scrap Shimmery White card stock just to see what it was like and decided to use it exactly as it was. Partial and imperfect. From there the more feminine version was born. Taking colour cues from industrial interior design trends, I mixed Petal Pink and Mossy Meadow. What do you think?

Beautiful Promenade + Beautiful Layers Thinlits by Stampin' Up! - Masculine card - Susan Wong for the Artisan Desgin Team

Beautiful Promenade + Beautiful Layers Thinlits by Stampin' Up! - Susan Wong for the Artisan Desgin Team

Beautiful Promenade + Beautiful Layers Thinlits by Stampin' Up! - Susan Wong for the Artisan Desgin Team

Beautiful Promenade + Beautiful Layers Thinlits by Stampin' Up! - Susan Wong for the Artisan Desgin Team

Supplies Used:
Stamps: Beautiful Promenade
Inks: Mango Melody, Smoky Slate, Petal Pink, Mossy Meadow, Versamark
Papers: Smoky Slate, Mango Melody, Shimmery White, Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper, Basic Black, Whisper White
Tools/Accessories: Linen Thread, Silver Metallic Thread, Petal Pink Rhinestone Gems

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7 comments

  1. YES! Such a great idea to take a more masculine and geometric approach. HIS and HERS cards, genius. And how come my scraps never look this cool?

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  2. Just how does she do it! Such a subtle clean look again, I love it! I always tend to go overboard I gues, haha. These cards are amazing Susan! Just totally you!

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  3. I just love how you can make imperfection look so perfect! I would never have considered leaving the die cut bits in that geometric shape, but it works so well here. Gorgeous, love!

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  4. These are so cool Susan! Such a trendy, unique take on this stamp set.

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    1. WoW! That's a great inspiration!
      The cards look fantastic!
      Hugs from Germany
      Sylwia

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