Stampin' Creative Blog Hop

Hello there, thank you for visiting today. If you’re not hopping already, today I’m taking part in the blog up coming from our UK group of demonstrators, the ‘Stampin’ Creative’ demos. You may have arrived here from Eimear at StampinColour, welcome! Simply use the buttons at the end of each post to keep hopping!

The theme for today’s blog hop is Stampin’ On Trend. We’re looking at how the products in our catalogue compare to what we’re seeing in our every day lives. From the adverts we see on tv, to the pages in magazines and also what we’re seeing on the catwalk and in our clothes stores.

Julie's Top
Image from Marks & Spencer.

Now today my inspiration for my Stampin’ On Trend comes from my first Stampin’ Party of the new catalogue year. I met some wonderful ladies at our RNLI craft party and all entry fees were being donated to the RNLI charity. I’d prepared three cards for them to make and I suddenly saw the top that Julie was wearing matching the stamp set we were using. It was so funny as I’d just been saying you’ll see these types of patterns in the shops. Here’s the top she was wearing, it’s it lovely?!

Stampin' Up! UK Demonstrator Sarah Berry makes On Trend card using Touches of Texture and Bloom & Wishes stamp sets #stampwithsarah

The colours we were using on the night, along with the stamp set I’d chosen which was Touches of Texture just coordinated with each other perfectly. So this time I’ve used Julie’s top as inspiration for today’s card. I also couldn’t resist getting open the new Blooms & Wishes stamp set too!

Stampin' Up! UK Demonstrator Sarah Berry making On Trend card using Touches of Texture and Bloom & Wishes stamp sets #stampwithsarah

That’s all from me today, thanks again for visiting. Next up on this Stampin’ On Trend hop is the gorgeous Mikaeala from The Crafty Oink Pen. Enjoy!

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  1. Very nice Sarah. I love your card. Would never have used that top as inspiration but youve cracked it – used it as inspiration but kept your card contemporary.

  2. Lovely top and an even more stunning card, perfect for summer …. when it returns! I’d never have put that colour combination together so it’s definitely worth checking out the shops!

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