Monday 25 February 2013

WHW #90 - Stationery

Well, funny enough it's raining AGAIN!
I have finally got the chance that I needed to create my own stationery. I have followed the tutorial by Cindy Coutts over at Inspired by Stamping.
This was really fun and I found how easy it was to mass produce. And when you are into CAS like I am, it makes it even easier. I really wanted to achieve a nice elegant set of paper and envelopes.
I must warn you, though, that the photography is terrible for this project! I apologise in advance.
Here is one set that I have made -

The cardstock is my Naturals White and Patterns DSP from Stampin Up.
I have used a sentiment from Paper Smooches and the swirl is from my Inspired by Stamping set called Elegant Christmas Sentiments.

Here is the stationery folded out -

The envelope -

The stamp on the front is from my Apothecary Set and was perfect for writing the address on!

I have used a circle stamp from a set by Inspired by Stamping called Halloween Tags
The 'Kylie' stamp is one that says a lot more but I just used a marker to ink up my name

And her is the little set that I made -

The second writing paper has the word "Friends" which is a stamp by Inspired by Stamping and is from my Elegant Sentiments set

Thank you Cindy for the wonderful tutorial - well done! I am going to be making more of these as I write to my little neices interstate and they will LOVE these!

Thanks for looking xx


  1. This is just lovely. Think I might make a little set myself. x

  2. This is beautiful - would make a lovely gift too - Jacqueline xx

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  4. Elegantly beautiful stationery, Kylie xx

  5. Beautiful stationery ... what a great idea! Loll xx

  6. Oh how divine Kylie. This is something that is so special, you are so talented and make it look so easy x

  7. What a pretty set of stationery!

  8. Very cool Kylie. I love this idea.

  9. This is so beautiful Kylie! I love what you did! Hugs, J


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