Welcome to the first of this year's Ink & Share Scrapbook Blog Hop's.
I've been missing in action from these hops for a little while and am really keen to get back into my "Scrapping"
For this month we have been granted "Artistic Licenese" which means that as long as we use anything that's in the ANY of the current Catalogue's we're keeping within the rules....
With the release of new papers in both the NEW Mini and the Sale A Bration catalogue's we have so much gorgeousness to choose from!!
You may have joined me from Colleen's blog or perhaps you are starting you journey here with me, I hope that you like our creations and the they give you inspiration as you hop around the world.
For my layout I have used the Lily Pad Impressions Designer Series Paper, as soon as I saw these papers I just knew I had to have them!! Along with the reversible stamp set and and coordinating dies from this years SALE A BRATION offerings.
The reason I so was going to get this collection was they reminded me of the mass of Lily Pads whilst we were on holiday in Beijing.
I stamped some of the Lily pads in Blushing Bride and Old Olive on coordinated cardstock, I then used the coordinating dies to cut them out and another in Blackberry Bliss. Before arranging them along the side of my designer series paper.
Did you notice that I also stamped off some of the Lily's and Pads on my base card stock?
All thats left for me to add is my title using the Hand-Lettered Prose Dies, which I have left at home........... isnt it always the way you forget to pack something you really need to use!!
I hope you liked the scrapbook page I've shared with you - supplies used to created this, can be ordered via my Online store here and don't forget to use this months Hostess code which can be found in the side bar.
and if your unsure of how SALE A BRATION works then click here.
Don't forget to leave me a comment below, before you continue hoping on over to see what Shirley has created using this months theme.
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Pretty, PRetty .... oh so pretty :-)
That's awesome you had a story and photo to match this product suite!
Wow Sue the DSP is just right for the photo love it
Lovely Sue - the picture coordinates perfectly and I love the subtle stamping on the background! Thanks for sharing
Really pretty x
This is very pretty, love it Sue x
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