Thank you for joining me today as I am once again playing along with the March Stamp ‘N Hop blog hop.
We are a group of SU! Demos from all over the world sharing their love of Stampin’ Up! You are able to join us if you like, but we do ask that you are a current SU! Demo & that you use current SU! products.
I’m first cab off the rank, so to speak but you may have come from Cheryl’s blog where I am sure you enjoyed her lovely creation.
This month is all about “Easter”. This is the perfect time to get a head start on your Easter projects.
My card today is one I had created when I first received my pre-order (yes, it has been sitting on my desk for that long) waiting for me to decide what to do with it.
You may notice that there are no butterflies in the Bloom by Bloom Stamp Set but as I always stamp onto scrap paper first, I saw a few little butterflies popping out from the scrap paper & had to try them. Love it when you get multiple uses from our stamps, don’t you?
If you click on the link above the photo, you will be able to download a free tutorial to create your own version. The tutorial includes a list of products used, measurements (metric & imperial).
To see more inspiration, be sure to visit all the other blogs in the hop – click on the Next arrow or there is a Roll Call below the arrow in case you get lost.
I am sharing with you a card we created sometime ago in one of our Friday classes using the Stamparatus. The class was actually divided into 2 groups with each group creating a different card. At the end of the class both groups had created the 2 cards.
Today we are back for the 2nd half of the 12 Days of Christmas.
It is also Day 7 of the Aussie version of the “12 Days of Christmas”.
On the seventh day of Christmas, my true love gave to me –
A Cockie in a Bottlebrush Tree,
2 flying Doctors,
3 Drovers watching
4 working dogs
5 golden Ducks
6 Boomers hopping
7 Silos filling”
My project is one we created in our Embossing Paste class a few weeks ago. Do you recognize it? I’ve cased it from Page 21 of the Annual Catalogue. You may also recognize a similar project I shared with you on Day 1 when I created a card.
If you click on the link below, you will be able to download a free tutorial to create your own project. The tutorial includes both a list of products used to create your project plus measurements (metric & imperial).