Sunday, 9 December 2018

Kre8tors Blog Hop - December



Thanks for joining me again for December's Kre8tors Blog Hop. I know that you're going to find some great inspiration from the wonderfully creative Stampin' Up! demonstrators as you follow along with us.   



You may have just visited Sharon's blog or perhaps you are starting your journey here with me. I hope you like our creations and that they give you inspiration.


This months theme is "Christmas"  so i'd like to share with you 2 cards that I've made.





This first one uses the "Merry Christmas To All" bundle from the Autumn/Winter Catalogue.  

Having cut the word "Christmas" from Cherry Cobbler card stock I then inked up half of the word with Versa Mark ink and then heat embossed it with Gold Embossing powder.









Here is my second card which also has a gift panel which holds 3 tealights. 

This second card features products from "Under the Mistletoe" suite -and also doubles as a present Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper and Mistletoe Season stamp set.







I hope you like the cards I've made for this Theme  - *supplies used to create this card can be ordered via my Online store here. 



Don't forget to leave me a comment below, before you continue hoping on over to see what Jacqueline has  created for this theme.





Happy Stampin' 
Sue


Sunday, 18 November 2018

Scrapbook Sunday Blog Hop - November


Welcome back to another Scrapbook Sunday Blog Hop with these lovely ladies - this months theme  is "Love Your Selfie" 

Hi and welcome if you have hopped on over from Jermin's Blog and a BIG Hello and welcome if your starting your journey here with me, remember to complete the circle and see all the different pages scrapped using this months theme.  


Although it's not quite a "Selfie" it is a picture of me... and like most scrapbookers we tend not to scrap pictures of ourselves.

My fun photo was taken whilst I was in Amsterdam for Onstage live 18 months ago. I had seen this layout whilst browsing for sketches to use.








As we don’t have coordinating buttons for the 2017-2019 incolor collection I made my own using a variety of circle punches and creating a whole for the white bakers twine to go through before making them glossy.

I had great fun creating this layout... it’s great for using up scraps of paper.







I  hope you like my fun page - supplies used  to created this layout can be ordered via my Online store here

Don't forget to leave me a comment below, before you continue hoping on over to  the next blog....



Thanks for passing by

Sue







Friday, 16 November 2018

Stamp 'N Hop - November



Welcome back to another blog hop with this creative group of Stampin' Up! demonstrators from around the world.                                                                                                                       


This month's theme is - Case the Annual Catalogue, there where so many lovely projects to choose from. 


You may have just visited Linda's blog or perhaps you are starting your journey here with me. 

I choose to case one of the cards on page 119  using the Petal Palette stamp set and coordinating dies  Petals & More. 

I've changed some of the colours used in the catalogue the card base from Pool Party  to Balmy Blue, Old Olive to Granny Apple Green and Calypso Coral to Poppy Parade - to give my own twist on the project. 





I hope you like our creations and that they give you inspiration to case projects and 


 - all the supplies used to make this card can be ordered via my Online store here.  

Don't forget to leave me a comment below, before you continue hoping on over to see what Pia has created.

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Colour Combo Blog Hop - November

Welcome to November's Colour Combo Blog Hop. 


You may have just visited Laura's blog or perhaps you are starting your journey here with me. I hope you like our creations and that they give  you inspiration with this months colours.



I chose an old favorite stamp set of mine - well it was one of the first stamps I bought nearly 10 years ago and is still in the Annual Catalog.


I've stamped the image in Basic grey on  crumb cake card stock and again several times on Very Vanilla.








I then decided which features of the tress I would like to make panels with and mounted them on to Soft Suede card stock.  Here's a closer look at the panel sections.
  


I hope you like my creations - all supplies used  to created this card can be ordered via my Online store here. Remember if you purchase any bundle you can save up to 10%

Don't forget to leave me a comment below, before you continue hoping on over to see what  Sandra  has created with this months Color Combo :-)





Happy Stampin'


 Sue xx


November's Roll Call


  1. Elisabeth Pirolt (AT)
  2. Tanja Klingler-Selinger Aigenmade.com (AT)-
  3. Pia Gerhardt - Scraproomboom (DE)
  4. Renée Eckhardt (AT)
  5. Tracy Marie Lewis - Stuff N Thingz (US)
  6. Laura Kate Mackie -
  7. Sue McDonald (UK) You are Here !!!!!!!!!!!
  8. Sandra Herzog (AT) -
  9. Anastasia Radloff (US) -
  10. Kimberley Morris (US) -
  11. Tricia Butts (US)
  12. Cheryl Taylor -(UK)
  13. Angélique Nederpel (NL) -


Monday, 12 November 2018

Celebrate


There are a few of us out there in the Stampin’ Up! World that do not have an upline…. Not through our own fault, it just means the person we signed up under has left – usually you would be passed on to their upline but in our cases they’ve left too.

We have group on Facebook and actively support each other and host a blog hop once a month… it’s a great family to have. As few of us where going to Onstage in Orlando we thought it would be really nice to meet up and have dinner and of course swap – it just had to be done.

I chose to make a card using Celebrate as the theme seeing as Stampin' Up! are celebrating their 30th




Be sure to pop back later to see the cards that I receive in return for these swaps.

Mean while happy Stampin'

Sue 

Remember all supplies used  to create these cards can be ordered via my Online store here.

Saturday, 10 November 2018

Time for tea............


Time for Tea
                                         
Knowing that I was going to Onstage in Orlando, in the back of my mind I knew which stamp set I wanted to use to make my general swaps with and that I’d like to share a little bit of an English Tradition of tea drinking. I set about designing my swaps.


I came up with 3 different designs



This first one has a flap that tuck in behind the tea cup which some have been stamped and embossed with the copper embossing powder



This second one is a little envelope punch board which you slip the belly band off




And this third one is a fancy fold using a length of the Tea Room Specialty Designer Series Paper. if you'd like the measurements just contact me and I'll email it out to you

Be sure to pop back later this month when I’m back to see some of the swaps that I received in return.

Mean while happy Craftin'

Sue


All Supplies used  to created these cards can be ordered via my Online store here.
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