Happy Thursday! As I mentioned a couple of days ago I will soon not be an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and as a result this will be my last Project Share Project post. I have been honoured to be a member of this lovely group. These talented ladies inspire me so much that I will continue to stalk their blogs and YouTube channels and I may randomly share their creations with you now and again.
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I simply had to show you this amazing project from Gez at http://www.nigezza.co.uk. She made this for a blog hop we took part in at the weekend to say goodbye to some retiring products…
One photo does not do this project any justice at all, so you really need to read Gez’s blog to get the full details of this mini album. Please click here to read the blog and watch her video tuturial too. It’s awesome!!
The rest of the projects I’ve chosen to share with you are sneak peeks of what’s to come in the new Stampin’ Up! catalogue.
The first one is from Jill at http://www.paperdaisycrafting.co.uk and shows you all of the new 2019-2021 In Colors…
Aren’t they all gorgeous? And Jill has done a fabulous job of displaying them perfectly for her lucky customers. This is so handy for keeping your place in your lovely new catalogue too! Please click here to read Jill’s blog to find out more.
Verity from http://www.inkybutterfly.wordpress.com has used 2 of the new colours and a new stamp set to create this beautiful card…
I absolutely love that she’s used Terracotta Tile ink as part of the tile pattern on her card. Please click here to read Verity’s blog and find out how she created this stunning design.
The lovely Helzie from http://www.slimmandstylish.com is counting down to the new catalogue launch with this card using one of my new favourite suites…
How lovely are these colours together? You can tell that Helzie loves her Stampin’ Blends as she’s got the shading perfect on her card. Please click here to visit Helzie’s blog to find out more about this card and her countdown.
I hope you’ve been as inspired by these projects from these lovely and talented ladies as I’ve been. If you have, then please leave them a like or a comment on their blogs to let them know.