Ink. Stamp. Share Blog Hop – March 2020 – Let’s Hear It For The Boys

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Hello and welcome to March’s Ink. Stamp. Share Blog Hop. First of all I would ;like to touch on the uncertain situation we find ourselves at the moment. I hope you are all well and safe. Here in the UK we are on lockdown which I know many of us will find hard but with our love of crafting will see us through this difficult time . So this month’s theme is ‘ Let’s hear it for the boys’, You may have joined me from Gez;s blog or you may have joined direct to me. So sit back and enjoy the hop.

One of the new trends at the moment is called the Scrappy Stripe Technique and the talented Bruno Bertucci demonstrated how to use strips of Designer Series Paper (or card) to create a great background.

To create the background cut strips of paper at slight angles then glue onto a mat card with a slight gap in between. Then just trim off the excess paper. The paper started off as a 6×6 inch square.

I have used the Country Club Designer Paper from the Jan-June 2020 mini catalogue. This paper has a golf theme on one side and plaids on the reverse so even if you don’t like golf or don’t know of anyone who does, you can still use the papers. The strips of paper were glued onto a black mat layer (9.8 x 14.2 cm) and then the excess paper was then trimmed. This was then glued to a black base card.

I have stamped the sentiments in Garden Green and Poppy Parade Ink onto white card.

I have also used the new up and coming Ornate Thanks stamps and Ornate Layers Dies which will be available to customers on 1st April! This beautiful suite will also carry over in to the new Annual Catalogue.

The mini Paper Trimmer from the starter kit is fantastic for cutting paper strips. The awesome Sale a Bration offer (which includes the paper trimmer, 48 sheets of DSP and another stamp set of your choice) is only avail able until 31st March 2020. Contact me for more details on how to join my team.

I hope that you have enjoyed my card and I have inspired to try this great technique. I have listed the products I have used today further down. Now it’s time to hop to Laura and her fab project. Don’t forget to leave a comment before you leave.

Roll Call

Laura Mackie

Sue McDonald

Sharon Dalton

Rebecca-Jo Unwin

Jo Blackman

Rochelle Laird-Smith

Sue Allen

Cindy Mitchell-Clark

Anastasia Radloff

Sandra Roberts

Jill Chapman

Gez Carpenter

Jacqui Lawrence You are here

PRODUCTS I USED TODAY

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.
The Ornate Carden Suite can be purchased as a complete suite or as individual items.
The complete set would be a fabulous starter kit addition.

If you would like any information with regards to the supplies I have used, online orders, classes, hosting a party, group demonstrations or perhaps you would like to join Stampin’ Up!, then please contact me. I would love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

***Don’t forget that Sale-A-Bration ends on the 31st March which means for every £45 order you can choose an exclusive product for FREE! but be quick not many days left now!  Also there is a fantastic joining offer which you can view in the blog post below or contact me for further details or sign up HERE!***

For more information with regards to classes or parties please contact me. To order from the comfort of your home you can visit my ONLINE SHOP HERE For orders up to £149 please apply March’s Hostess Code ZYGHHNFP  Orders of £150+ will receive your own hostess rewards!
If your order is £99 ask me how you get receive discounts.

Happy Crafting!

 

16 thoughts on “Ink. Stamp. Share Blog Hop – March 2020 – Let’s Hear It For The Boys

  1. Fab card Jacqui, seen loads of them around this past week but unable to stop and find out how……now I know thanks

    • Thank you Sue, this was my first attempt. I looking forward to trying with other papers xx

  2. such a great way to make your paper go a loooonnngggg way or to use up the scraps I cannot bear to throw away! thanks for sharing

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