Welcome to our Stampers Anonymous SU blog tour! Tonight we are delighted to show you projects using products that were available to us in our demo sneak peek from the 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalogue.
You may have just come from Nikki Stalker's blog, but if you are starting here, don’t worry … you can make the complete tour just by following the links at the end of each post. There are 14 stops along the way and we hope you will visit each one to see the wonderful creations we have to show you! Please feel free to leave some comment love along the way.
At the end of each post there will be a link to take you to the next stop on the tour. So grab a cuppa, and some chocolate or a cupcake (or 2) sit back and enjoy!
Here are my efforts for the blog hop. I created a gift tote bag and thank you card combo. This would be a perfect coordinated gift to give to someone special in your life. I kept it simple using 3 colours and only two stamp sets - Friends Never Fade to create my own DSP in Old Olive and Chocolate Chip on Whisper White, and Perfect Punches for the sentiment on the card. The card stock was Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze and of course Whisper White. Additionally I used 3 punches - eyelet border, scallop oval & wide oval, some silver eyelets, the big shot top note die, and some chocolate chip ribbon. I hope you like it!
Now you’re off to enjoy the wonderful creations of Sam Coppack. Thanks for stopping by!
If you happen to lose your way here’s a list of all participants. Make sure to check out each one for some inspiration!
1. Fiona Harvey
5. Lorna Casha
10. Nikki Stalker
11. Sally Williams
12. Sam Coppack
13. Sandy Quail
14. Sharon Wilson
I hope you enjoy the blog hop. Let us know what you think. Your comments really inspire and encourage us to keep on blogging :-)
If you want to see the new catalogue check back here in the morning (after 6am Sydney time) and I'll have a link updated for you. Want to get your hands on a real live hard copy? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get one to you.
Thanks for stopping by.
This is terrific Sally. I love how you've created your own DSP, it has a clean crisp look that really goes well with the stamps.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, lovely projects. Loving the colour combo ... am inspired to try something similar!ReplyDelete
Loving both items that you made. My favorite however is the tote bag.Very good idea with your own DSP.Was this your own template for the tote bag?ReplyDelete
Love the handbag - I want one in real life - you can put leather through the Big Shot right? Gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I love the tote bag! It looks so real! And the colour combo is gorgeous, not one I would have thought of!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous color combination... That is an awesome bag!ReplyDelete
Very cute tote bagReplyDelete
Sally this bag is gorgeous. I love the way you have made your own DSP and love the colours. Great jobReplyDelete
Such a delightful and striking colour combo Sally. the bag is devine and making ur own DP...clever!!ReplyDelete
Sally, I love the tote bag and matching card. Great idea.ReplyDelete
If you want to see the new catalogue check back here in the morning (after 6am Sydney time) and I'll have a link updated for you.ReplyDelete
I love the way you have made your own DSP and love the colours.ReplyDelete
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