Onstage Telford 2019

Hello, I’m finally recovered from the whirlwind weekend that was Onstage. This was my second time going to a Stampin’ Up! event and I loved every minute of it, especially seeing the stunning new catalogue that’s coming in June. We were very lucky to be given some of the new products to play with at the event and even better got to bring some of them home. One of the items we received was the mosaic mood dsp which is a lovely mix of Mediterranean inspired colours with both patterns and images.20190415_182158 If you have followed my blog for a while you might have seen I’ve been following #loveitchopit so with that in mind I have made this dsp case insert to store the new  paper in. I hope you enjoy! I will be back with more sneak peaks of the new catalogue tomorrow.

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Blog swappers

 

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Today’s post is a little different as I will be showcasing some of my favourite projects from my fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. I have chosen some of my favourites from their blogs and hope you will join me monthly to see projects. I am also hoping to CASE some of these projects putting my own spin on them later in the week.

Today’s first project is from my upline Karen Varley at Donemark Papercrafts I love this cute note book using the animal outings dsp and one of my favourite colours lemon lime twist im so disappointed that this will be retiring next month.

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Click here for more details of Karen’s project

The next project I picked is from Linda Parker  from Papercraft with crafty

I love the rainbow effect of the emboss resist technique it makes the simple stamping really jump off the page definitely something I will be trying out this week.

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Find instructions for Linda’s project here

Today’s final project is from Christine Bettany from Christine’s crafting   I really struggle with masculine cards so loved this idea that features my favourite Stampin’ up! colour crushed curry, It a love or hate colour and I definitely love it.

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I hope you enjoyed our first blog swappers post look out for the next instalment next month xx

Blog Swappers Project Share

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Today’s post is a little different as I will be showcasing some of my favourite projects from my fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. I have chosen some of my favourites from their blogs and hope you will join me weekly to see projects. I am also hoping to CASE some of these projects putting my own spin on them later in the week.

 

Today’s first project is from my upline Karen Varley at Donemark Papercrafts I love this stamp set its one of my favourites and really like Karen’s use of the babywipe technique.

karenClick here for more details of Karen’s project

 

The next project I picked is from Linda Parker  from Papercraft with crafty

I love the watercolour effect on this project im not a fussy floral person so this stamp wouldn’t usually appeal however seeing it used like this makes me think it might be worth adding to my wishlist.

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Find instructions for Linda’s project here

Today’s final project is from Christine Bettany from Christine’s crafting    I really love this colours in this project and the background die is gorgeous.

christine click here to see Christine’s card

 

I hope you enjoyed our first blog swappers post look out for the next instalment next week xx

Love this little fella

Todays post is continuing with the saleabration theme as there are only a matter of days left to claim your freebies I really wasn’t sure about frogs, I’m still lusting after last years pandas but then I saw some cards made with the set and totally changed my mind I love the slightly whimsical set and think it’s definitely one for my stash of silly cards.

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First steps love it chop it

Today’s post is using a stamp set I loved as soon as I saw it the first steps set is gorgeous and I’ve seen loads of fab ideas on Pinterest so I went simple, I thought the twinkle twinkle dsp was a perfect partner I made my bases from 1/2 sheet of A4 then cut my dsp to 14.4 x 10cms as it gives the perfect border. I hope you love it as much as I do.

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Big Shot

£102.00

Mothers day


Today’s card shows off some more gorgeous dsp, the wonderful floral romance papers. This particular dsp isnt paper but printed vellum which I love. The stamp set is a hostess exclusive set, it reminds me slightly of art deco images a little bit Charles Rennie  Mackintosh. I hope you like it as much as I do. There is only 2 weeks left of saleabration so make sure you take full advantage of the fab freebies you can get with a £45  spend.

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Big Shot

£102.00

Painted seasons make your own dsp

So today I’ve been playing with making my own dsp I love how subtle the card is and think the colours compliment each other perfectly the stamp set is limited edition and only available as a saleabration freebie through out March. 20190307_1950186385222312580851992.jpg

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Big Shot

£102.00