Sunday, 15 April 2018

Stamp 'N Hop Blog Hop | Theme: Favourite Retiring Annual Catalogue Product


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Today I am participating in the Stamp 'N Hop blog hop, where every month a number of Stampin' Up! demonstrators from around the globe will be sharing projects to help inspire you in your paper crafting journey.

My name is Kirsten, and I am from Canberra, Australia. And as we Aussies like to say "G'Day" and thanks for popping by :)

This month we will be sharing projects inspired by our theme: Favourite retiring annual catalogue product.

I always find it hard to pick just one favourite of anything Stampin' Up! as I always have a few. The products retiring from the Annual Catalogue are no different..... I have a few favourites that are sadly retiring (however they are making way for some gorgeous new products).

One set that I use often, especially for the sentiments is Blooms & Wishes, so my card features this set, along with the Delightful Daisy DSP which is also retiring.

Here is my card:




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Don't forget to continue the hop all the way around to see what the very creative Stampin' Up! demonstrators participating in this months Stamp 'N Hop blog hop have come up with.

You are currently visiting me - Kirsten Aitchison, so checkout the list below to see who is next in the hop.

Up next is Tracey Gouraud. You can click on the below image to be taken to Tracey's Blog or click on the link from the participants list below.




Kayla Adams
Amy Grendel
Tracie Evans Langley
Cheryl Taylor
Linda Handford
Susan Simpson
Laurie Meier
Christina Walker
Britney Vander Laan
Lisa Kmiec
Melissa Kerman
Kirsten Aitchison            < You are HERE :)
Tracey Gouraud
Rachel Traudt
Ilka Teschke
Danielle Kassing
Mo Rootes
Kim Smith
Courtenay Heuston
Jenn Charles
Idonna Miller
Terry Montgomery
Joanne Hodge
Sandra Roberts
Laura Mackie
Mikaela Titheridge
Karen Pearmain
Tracy Lewis


You too can make this ....... 
Here is a list of the supplies and tools used:

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Blooms & Wishes (Photopolymer 141784)

Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper (144137)

Stitched Shapes Framelits (145372)
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15 comments:

  1. Love your card Kirsten, such lovely soft pastel colours and I love the pairing of Delightful Daisy dsp with the Blooms and Wishes stamp set, gorgeous

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  2. Hi Kirsten,
    I love your use of the DSP and making it a dual pairing in the way that you did.
    Sincerely,
    Tracey from Texas

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  3. So soft and lovely! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Beautiful card! I love the double stamping on the sentiment.

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  5. I like how you have the sentiment a shadow!

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  6. Not a lot of product & perfect results! Wonderful

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  7. What a pretty card. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. That pattern of DSP is my favorite, too!

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  9. I love how you used both stamping and the designer series paper in a simplistic but beautiful way! They fit perfectly together! This would be a fun card sketch!
    ~Britney Vanderlaan

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  10. Pretty card, love the DSP - TFS

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  11. Kirsten - The DSP you chose work together so well. Your card is beautiful. I especially like the double stamping of "for you". That is truly striking. -Laurie Meier

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