Wednesday, 20 June 2018

June Blog Hop - Patriotic theme



I hope you are enjoying the Paper Crafting Monthly Blog Hop  - this month we are featuring projects that are patriotic to the country the demonstrator lives in. 

I'm super excited as its my first time joining in with this hop with fellow demonstrators from all over the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada, I'm sure we'll have a wide array of fun projects to share with you! 

You may have arrived from Anastasia's blog. She had a fabulous project!

As soon as the theme was announced immedetialy I knew exactly which suite from the New Annual catalogue  - Tea Room and then thought how I could make it really patriotic - well having played with Stampin' Up!s Brusho's  last weekend everything fell into place nicely.






The stamp set Time for Tea comes with  coordinating dies - Spot of Tea  framelits and if purchased together as a bundle you'll save 10%. As the Brusho's come as a set of 5 for this project I just used the Brilliant Red and Prussian Blue (more details of how I made the background can be found here)






Please add a comment and let me know what you liked about my design.

Thanks for hopping with us. Now click on the next image to zoom to Karie's blog to see what fun ideas she designed.







Sue McDonald, UK   *** You are HERE ***



All the supplies used in my design can be purchased through my online store here.*

Happy Stampin'





Don't forget to use this months Hostess code 


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If you are in Europe and do not already have a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, I would be very happy to help you with your purchases or have you join my  team (FrankieSue's Signets).  Feel free to contact me and look forward to catching up with you soon.




*if your order is more than £150 please contact me before placing your order so I may advise you how to get the most for your money.

15 comments:

Stamping the Cape said...

Wonderful use of the Brusho for your background and the teacups are a brilliant touch to your page!

Shirley Merker said...

Thanks for creating a scrapbook page. Using brusho to create a one of kind background is a great idea. Glad you could finally join us to hop!

Melaniestamps said...

Nice job, Frankie Sue! I am looking to update my scrapbooks, so I'm always looking for page layouts. I love yours!

Karie Beglau said...

Fun to see a scrapbook page. TFS

Elizabeth G said...

Great layout and use of Brusho.

Sandy Ward said...

Again, another project with the Brusho. Guess I am going to have to break mine out again and give it another go. Lovely scrapbook page -- and teacups are one of my favorite images. Very nice. Sandy W

Rhonda Waechter said...

Wow that's a great idea to use Brusho. I must stop being scared of it and just play. Lovely scrapbook page :)

Sue McDonald said...

Thanks for passing by I can see the tea cups being used a lot as my hubby does live a cream tea when we go out

Sue McDonald said...

Your welcome scrapping was my first passion before cards so when hopping I try to do a mixture of projects

Sue McDonald said...

Thanks for you lovely comment I’d love to see your layouts too

Sue McDonald said...

Thanks

Sue McDonald said...

Thanks I love how no two projects will be the same

Sue McDonald said...

Sandy, you really need to break them out

Sue McDonald said...

Rhonda, there’s nothing to be scared off- you can’t go wrong with them

Terri Stewart said...

Wow! You have inspired me to use my brushos -- they intimidate me a little :) Great project! Thanks for sharing.

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