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Stampers Anonymous Blog Hop #19

Welcome to our Blog Hop #19. For this month the challenge was to create a card using these three colours. I have really, really struggled with this one!! My problem is that I personally don’t like Rich Razzleberry and Gorgeous Grape together, but the challenge is accepted! I decided to design my cards around the […]

Stampers Anonymous Blog Hop #18

Welcome to our Blog Hop #18. I began working on this blog challenge a few weeks ago while I was attending Sharon’s Virtual Stamp Camp! It was fun spending the weekend creating together, even though we weren’t together physically! The first card I came up with used Forever Blossoms. I stamped the flowers in Memento […]

Stampers Anonymous Blog Hop #17

Welcome to our Blog Hop #17. This month we had a colour challenge. With all that is going on in the world, I wanted to use some sentiments that would encourage others. My first attempt at a card used “Above the clouds” stampset and punch die from the Annual Catalogue. I stamped the clouds in […]

Stampers Anonymous Blog Hop #15

Welcome to our Blog Hop for February! We have the challenge of using these three colours in our card today. While I was doing some cross stitch this week, I was inspired by the scene I am stitching of a bird on a fence post, prompting me to buy ‘Grace’s Garden’ this week. I have […]

Stampers Anonymous Blog Hop #12

This month the Blog challenge was to use the colours Lovely Lipstick, Granny Apple Green and Night of Navy as the main card colours. We could use Whisper White or Basic Black as well.  I ended up making three very different cards! Most of my inspiration comes early in the morning when I waken up. […]

Stampers Anonymous Blog Hop #10

The challenge for this month’s blog was to use Holiday Catalogue products. I fell in love with the ‘Most Wonderful Time’ product medley when I saw it. I loved the DSP. The medley comes with stamps, paper, dies and accessories for making multiple cards.     I have started working on some cards, using  Old […]