Good Luck! Black Card

Showcasing the new In Colours from Stampin’ Up! again, but this time on black for a change.

My friend had a job interview coming up and I wanted to give her a little boost and show I was thinking of her.

This stamp set is called ‘Believe You Can’ – apt! It’s only available as freebie unless you’re a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. If you’re thinking of having a little shopping spree then you might as well join me and get a sweet discount on the starter pack.

From 1 July until 31 August, there is an additional £25 to put towards bonus products in the Starter Kit. So that’s pay £99 and choose £155 worth of products. Then, you’d receive an £8 coupon code the following month. Freebies and more bang for your buck. It’s what seduced me this time last year anyway 🙂

So back to the card! I used…wait for it… Stampin’ Blends! my new faves. Using only new In Colours: Seaside Spray, Rococo Rose, Purple Posy and Pretty Peacock.

The main image has some sneaky extra flowers poking out (which I fussycut) and then matted onto black and Rococo Rose layers made with the Stitched Nested Labels dies. These fit beautifully with the stamped image.

I added some Wink of Stella onto the ‘GOOD LUCK’ sentiment. This is so quick and easy and gives a beautiful sparkle and shine. I’ve added a little video to show the sparkle in full action!

A band of ribbon and some strategically placed matching sequins finishes it off. Matchy matchy!

All of the supplies used for this card can be found below. If you’d like to know more about Stampin’ Up! and taking advantage of the bonus offer, please get in touch via the Contact page or social media.

Thanks for reading,
Sam xx

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