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Autumn/Winter Mini Blog Hop + Blog Candy!!


Welcome to our Stampers Anonymous SU Autumn/Winter Mini blog tour! There are some fantastic new products released in this catalogue tomorrow (April 1st) and we're going to share some of them with you in our creations.

You may have just come from Robyn Irving's blog, but if you are starting here, don’t worry … you can make the complete circuit just by following the links at the end of each post. There are 14 stops along the way, including one guest stamper, and we hope you will visit each one to see the wonderful creations we have to show you!

At the end of each post there will be a link to take you to the next stop on the tour.

We are offering 2 lucky visitors the opportunity to win some ‘Blog Candy’ this time around. There are a few things you must do to be eligible and they are:

1. You must leave a comment on every blog in the tour. Please also leave your full name with the comment.

2. After leaving your comments, you need to email Kerry and inform her you have done so and would like to be in the running for the blog candy.

Entry is open till midnight April 5th. Demonstrators are welcome to participate.

**Blog candy is available to residents in Australia only.

So grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy the tour.

After much deliberation (and making many many projects) I've decided to just show just one. This is because this is such a large and detailed project - and it took my so long to make. It's a double tri-shutter card with a vintage theme. I've made it into a mini-album to showcase some of the photos we took in Europe last year on holidays. I used - Soft Suede (ink, cardstock and ribbon), Autumn Traditions DSP and the stamp set Vintage Vogue - all from the new mini along with some Very Vanilla cardstock. In keeping with the vintage feel I was going for I printed all my photos is sepia and sponged around the edges with Soft Suede ink to give them an aged feel. Finally to photograph the project I placed it on a dark brown backdrop and lower light than normal. Hopefully this gives it a nice aged feel.





Well, that’s all from me. I hope you left your comment to be in with a chance at the ‘Blog Candy’. Now you’re off to enjoy the wonderful creations of Kerry Bunting.

Thanks for stopping by!

If you happen to lose your way here’s a list of all participants.

1. Juliette Chapman http://juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com

2. Sue Dean http://www.addictedstampers.com.au

3. Meighan Wheller http://meighanwheller.blogspot.com

4. Chary Belfield http://charybelfield.wordpress.com

5. Nikki Stalker http://www.nicolestalker.com.au/blog

6. Sharon Wilson http://shaz.argyle.com.au/blog/index.php

7. Kirrily Matthews http://kirrilymatthews.blogspot.com

8. Rob Irving http://www.stampingitout.com

9. Sally Williams http://www.sallycancraft.com

10. Kerry Bunting http://www.kbpapercraft.blogspot.com

11. Fiona Harvey http://fionastamps.blogspot.com

12. Teneale Williams http://www.tenealewilliams.com.au

13. Liam Pucher http://www.inspirestampin.blogspot.com

14. Marelle Taylor http://www.marelletaylor.com





Comments

  1. Wow! It's stunning Kerry. Such a beautiful keepsake too.

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  2. Sorry - Sally!! Oops!

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  3. Wow Wow Wow! I love the Vintage feel of this. It's just gorgeous

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  4. wow - beyond Awesome! Love it!

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  5. Just stunning and a huge amount of work - thanks for sharing!

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  6. Patricia Gowlett31 March 2010 at 21:51

    My goodness what a beautiful card. I love the colours, the stamp set, everything. You are a very creative lady. Well done. Definately putting you in my favourites list!

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  7. Wow Sally!! That is amazing!! I think I might give it a go, with pics of the kids for a Christmas Cards with a difference!

    Are there any tutorials out there or is it just two tri shutters joined together?

    Cheers

    Caroline

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  8. Thanks all. I love making it. Vintage Vogue is my new favourite.
    @Caroline - I'm planning on running this as my project class in May. It's an adjusted version of two tri-shutter cards. I'm hoping to put up tutorials in a newsletter in the month after classes too so stay tuned and sign up for that when you see me blog about it :-)

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  9. Love the trishutter album. It is a treasure. Fantastic work for a last minute thing. Truly inspirational.

    liam

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  10. Really nice work. VV is such a versatile set, love it.

    Patrice Easton

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  11. "Life happens. Love helps."... ** swoon **
    Karen Anscombe

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  12. The soft suede adds that lovely touch, such a beautiful keepsake

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  13. I really love this the colours and the all the work that was loving put in.

    Suzi Reilly

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  14. What a gorgeous photo tri-fold shutter album. it is very impressive. TFS

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  15. This is stunning, Sally - I love how you tied the beautiful colours together, so elegant.

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  16. What a great idea for adapting the tri shutter card. I love the colours :-)

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  17. I wasn't sure I liked the Soft Suede that much but WOW this is stunning. Thanks for this it is beautiful.

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  18. I love this! That is amazing.. :)

    ~Wendy Hawkinson
    www.gotrubberwillstamp.blogspot.com

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  19. Wow, just love the look you have strived for. You have done an amazing job with this.

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  20. This is just gorgeous, I love it.

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  21. OMGoodness how very elegant and truly beautiful. You have changed my mind about the soft suede colour as well. I want one of these albums for my pictures. This would be great for wedding photos as welll....mmmmThanks for insipiring. enjoy your Easter. Cheers Donna Zammit

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  22. Wasn't sure about the Soft Suede, now I love it.
    Stunning work, thank you.
    Tamara Conroy

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  23. I love the vintage look you have created, it is divine

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  24. This is just beautiful. Love the colors, the style, the stamps, the everything. Good job!

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  25. This is such a beutiful project!! I absolutely love the vintage look, you have done a great job!!

    Karen G.

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  26. Karen Williamson1 April 2010 at 13:14

    that is so elegant, just lovely.

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  27. wow!!! I love your shutter Album. Very nice work

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  28. Allison Brudenell1 April 2010 at 14:10

    Sally - it's incredible!! I can't WAIT for the tutorial... I would love to try to make this.
    Thanks for the lovely inspiration.

    Allison Brudenell

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  29. Sally it is just fabulous and I love the sepia factor involved with the soft suede.
    Thankyou

    Heather

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  30. Thats awesome sally.

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  31. Totally amazing! What a fantastic project and it has been perfectly done. Thank you for the inspiration.
    Linda

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  32. OMG .... what a super gorgeous vintage themed album, I just love what you have doen with this stamp set, the colours and even your pics ... so very beautiful!!!!

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  33. Mary O'Connell1 April 2010 at 20:54

    I can only imagine how much time and effort went in to make such a beautiful album. What a great memory and keepsake of your holiday overseas.

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  34. I love the vintage feel of your project - just amazing! This would be one of my favourite stamp sets too.

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  35. Beautiful Modern/Vintage project, just perfect for your European photos.Wow, what a lot of detail too.

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  36. Sally, this is just absolutely stunning! I love Soft Suede - I know its going to be my new favourit - and the whole vintage feel of your gorgeous project is just beautiful.

    Wendy Thrift

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  37. Great job! Well done

    Sam Wilson

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  38. Lovely project, Sally. The sepia photos go so well with Soft Suede and Very Vanilla. Beautifully done!

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  39. What a lovely project - great work and love the colour choice!

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  40. Absolutely beautiful! You can definately see the time, effort and love that went into making this very special item. It inspires ideas for wedding, engagement, anniversary keepsakes! Thanks for sharing!

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  41. What a lot of work you have put into this project. But wasn't it worth it .Marilyn Rae

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  42. Just love this project, love the colours and the amount of work that went into making this project. Well Done!

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  43. Hi Sally,

    What an incredible project - it is beautiful.

    Robyn Little

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  44. Sally

    I'm so impressed with your vintage tri-shutter card and the details. Wow!
    Joan Huff

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  45. I LOVE your album! I wasn't too sure about the soft suede but it looks fantastic here. Beautiful.

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  46. Hi Sally, This is the first time I've stumbled across your blog. You have some stunning cards and this double tri-shutter albumn is exceptional.

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  47. Wow!! That's all I can say Wow!!

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