Welcome to our second Blog Hop which focuses on products from the Spring & Summer 2017 Catalogue.
What did you think of Tanya’s offering? Gorgeous huh?
My projects are all made using the Basket Bunch Bundle, which is a great set which can be used all year round, not just at Easter.
This Bundle includes a Set of 29 Photopolymer Stamps and 22 Dies for £42.25 – a saving of 10% when you buy he two together.
Here are three designs I came up with for the hop – I’ll be adding some more designs between now and Easter for added inspiration.
I hope my designs have helped to whet your appetite for this Bundle.
If you started with Michelle, then you’ve come to the end of the tour – if not, then your next stop on the hop is with Michelle Bryant xxx
PS – if you would like to make these cards for yourself, take a look at my 24/7 Stampin’ UP! shop. If making your own is not your thing, then you can buy these and many other cards and gift packages through my Studio@316 Facebook Page.
Hi guys – oops!! It’s been a LOOONG time since I last posted! But I’m back!
So – welcome to our first Crafty Inklings Blog Hop. We are a group of fellow Stampin’ Up Demonstrators from Norfolk, Suffolk and some of our wider teams, a bit further afield !
You have probably joined me from Jacqui Lawrence’s Blog – did you love her projects? If you’ve jumped straight in with my blog, then Let me tell you a bit about it.
Today we are sharing projects we have made from the Spring / Summer and Sale-A-Bration Catalogues. If you haven’t seen them, you really do need to have a look at your Demonstrator’s website – if you haven’t got a Demonstrator, then please feel free to take a look at mine 😉
I want to show you the gorgeous Sending Love Suite. It’s not just for Valentine’s Day!
I think I’ve managed to use every stamp from the Sealed With Love stamp set plus every die from the Love Notes Framelits Dies – I’ve even slipped in a little of each design from the Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack and the Sending Love Glassine Sheets. Imagine each one of those squares on a 4″ x 4″ card – they would make lovely little notelets – add in a box and you have a beautiful gift set.
Here are a few other ideas to prompt your mojo! I made the Cards with two inserts – one for Valentine’s Day and one plain – each with Tear and Tape Adhesive on the back so either one can be stuck in by the customer.
Thanks for dropping in 😉. I’d love to know what you think of my frame and cards, so please feel free to leave some love in the comments 😘
It’s now time to visit Rebecca Davis
See you again soon