Thank you for joining us today for our International Project Life by Stampin’ Up! Blog hop. You may be just starting here or have come from Martha Inchley. Either way you can make your way around by using the list below so that you don’t miss a blog. We have and incredible group of talented Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators who wanted to highlight Project life by Stampin’ Up!® Memory keeping. At the moment you are currently in Lancashire in the UK and you are about to go around the world to different locations.
Using the list below you will be able to hop around all our blogs and be inspired with your new products. Please feel free to love comments as we all love to hear from you.
For my part on the blog hop today I’ve chosen to use the Memories in the Making Project Life Card Collection and coordinating accessories pack. This collection is designed around the Spring and Summer months, having fun in the sun eating ice cream! This is exactly what Matthew, Adam, Tom and I did one weekend in February. We visited our local Zoo and had so much fun seeing all the animals, becoming an animal with face paint and most importantly, EATING ICE CREAM!!!!!!!!
The Memories in the Making collection is so bright and cheerful, with a real mix of patterns and colours. I’ve chosen the cards with the polka dot pattern mostly because they match Matthew and Adam’s blue coats. Doesn’t Matthew look cool with his tiger face paint on? Can you see our terrible selphies in the bottom left corner, it’s really very hard trying to get a good selphie of the both of you and a couple GIRAFFES!!!
Here are my little tigers eating their ice creams in the sun. It was a funny moment really because I was taking photos of Matthew eating because the light was shining on him beautifully, then I turned to snap some photos of Adam. His ice cream had gone altogether, and was just sat there with a cone. Tom and I didn’t buy ourselves an ice cream, because we can normally get away with licking the ice cream to stop them dripping everywhere – BUT not this time!! The boys like their ice cream and can manage a whole ’99’ AND chocolate flake. What do you call your ice cream in wafer cones where you’re from? Ours are called ‘nighty-nines’ here in the UK.
Thank you so much for joining me today – please make sure that you don’t miss one of these amazing blogs as you hop around. Next up is the amazing million dollar achiever, Patty Bennett!
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