Hello! Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue Week 2
Welcome to the Hello! Annual Catalogue 2016-2017 Blog Hop! You’ll be hopping around 10 amazing Stampin’ Up!® Independent Demonstrators blogs, each with an inspirational project, featuring new catalogue products. Currently you’re visiting Sarah Berry from Lancashire, United Kingdom. Hello there! You can continue hopping my using the previous and next buttons at the end of this post. Now, let’s scroll down to see what I’ve been making.
Touch of Texture cards made at first workshop of the year
On launch day of the new Annual Catalogue I had my first craft party of the new catalogue year. There was 11 lovely ladies all together who hadn’t had a party with me before, all with different experiences of card making. I’d designed three simple cards each using a tag topper punch and the wonderful new stamp set Touches of Texture [Clear-Mount/Wood-Mount]. This is a stamp set I was given at the Stampin’ Up! Mediterranean Cruise.

Touch of Texture

The stamp set is made up of 15 stamps and includes a little dragonfly and also a bumble bee. Aren’t they cute?

Touch of Nature Hello Annual Blog Hop

Thank you for visiting today. The next stop is my lovely friend Janneke de Jong. There’s lots of inspiration to be found in this group – and you don’t want to miss it!
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FULL LIST OF DEMONSTRATORS

  1. Sarah Berry <—– You’re here! 🙂
  2. Janneke de Jong
  3. Valerie Lo
  4. Louise Sharp
  5. Caroline van der Straaten
  6. Tracy May
  7. Jacque Williams
  8. Bibiana Cameron
  9. Dena Plummer Rekow
  10. Ruth Trice

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5 Comments

  1. GORGEOUS! What a great idea to use a label on your card. Sometimes we forget about the most simple possibilities when we are in the middle of a creative process. Your designs are beautiful and fresh. Love it!
    Thank you for making this hop possible and having me hop along with you. <3 x

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