Everyday enchantment mini album …

The Everyday Enchantment designer series papers from Stampin’ Up are so beautiful and they are back by popular demand during July, only while stocks last …

I used a piece of the floral pattern and some very vanilla die cut tags to make this mini album …

I stamped using the mixed bunch stamp set from the summer mini catalogue randomly around the edges of each tag in certainly celery, bashful blue and real red inks,

and added scraps of the designer series paper as embellisments.

Stampin’ Up’s motto is “love what you do and share what you love” so that’s exactly what I did … I made up some make-and-take packs for my friends so they can make one too!


Papercraft supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: cardstock: bashful blue, very vanilla; stamp sets: mixed bunch, just believe; inks: real red, bashful blue, certainly celery; accessories: everyday enchantment dsp, brad, stampin’ dimensionals, tombow multi glue, sticky strip, pear pizzazz seam binding ribbon, labels framelits, two tags die, blossom party die, big shot machine, stamp-a-majig.


Thanks for dropping by today


2 Comments to “Everyday enchantment mini album …”

  1. I love this little album Gill – so pretty and I especially like the way you have picked out the colours and stamped the die cut tags – it’s very effective and so perfectly co-ordinated ! Have a great week – Jane x

  2. All your recent projects are lovely Gill and this one is no exception! Not had a chance to visit recently due to my Dad being ill but managed to have a quick catch up tonight.
    Margaret x

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