Ink . Stamp. Share ScrapBook Blog Hop ~ August

Welcome to the  Ink & Share Scrapbook blog hop,  we are  group of international Stampin UP! demonstrators sharing our ideas and creativity with you.

You will have either arrived from Gez’s post or starting here ~ either way WELCOME.  This month are theme is MONOCHROMATIC

Like the last couple of months I have chosen to use a 8 x 6 page, I really enjoyed making that size, sometimes a 12 x 12 page can be a little overwhelming so this size makes a great alternative…………………… plus I was able to use the Basic Black 6 x 8 Album with the coordinating Photo Pocket Pages again.

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See Ya Later….. Stampin Up’s Sale-a-bration

Sale-a-bration started on January 28th and runs thru March 31st.  You get to choose any of the exclusive products with each $50 purchase thru me.  I have spent a little time this weekend working on some cards using the products from the Sale-a-bration catalog and am sharing them over the next few posts.  The first products I have chosen is the stamp set ‘ SEE YA LATER’ and the embossing folder ‘DECORATIVE DOTS’ Continue reading

Gatefold ‘Sale-a-bration’ Card

It’s that time of year when Stampin’ Up has a party and everyone can earn FREE gifts!!!  These range from stamp sets, embellishments, embossing folder and  punches…… if you haven’t yet seen the brochure – contact me now for your free copy 🙂

I have used some of the free products in the  gatefold card on the right of this picture.  The designer series paper is called Sweet Sorbet (133521) the stamp set is Petal Parade (133599) and the cute little bow is from the Sweet Sorbet accessory pack (133522) Continue reading

Blueberry Pie ~ party favors

I always think blue, silver and white as New Year colors ~ not exclusively though, as I also have a Christmas tree decorated with ornaments in those colors.

I wanted to make some party favours for New Year and decided to use an idea of Connie Stewart’s from Simply Simple Stamping to make them in the shape of a slice of pie,and since I was using different shades of blue I have dubbed it ‘blueberry pie’  Continue reading