Hello and welcome to my blog and to another Stampin’ For Christmas Blog Hop.  This is where a group of Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators get together and showcase our Christmas projects.  You may have hopped over to me from Kate or perhaps you came direct to me, so put your feet up with a cuppa and enjoy the hop!

 I have used the beautiful Snowflake Wishes Stamp Set (158267) along with the Stamparatus (148187) stamping platform, creating a pretty stamped background. The Small Grid Sheet (149621) is perfect for making a wreath template which I have used with many different stamps to create amazing patterns.  Please see my YouTube tutorial which you will find further down this post. The colours I have used are Evening Evergreen Card (155575), and Ink (155576), Real Red Card (106578) and Ink (147084) and Smoky Slate Ink (147113) and Card (149165). I have also used Basic White Card (159228).

The sentiment was punched out using the Double Oval Punch (1542420) and the snowflakes were die cut with So Many Snowflake Dies (153560).  Evening Evergreen Open Weave Ribbon (155573) and finally Rhinestones (144220) to finish off. 


I hope that you like my card  and if you would like to find out how I made a similar card, then please click on the graphic below.  I hope it gives you inspiration if you have not tried it before. Now it is time for you to hop over to Nina’s Blog for more inspiration but before you leave please leave a comment as I do like to read feedback. 

May Blog Hop Roll Call

Kim Price

Narelle Fasulo

Laura Mackie 

Sara Sayers

Gina Connor

Kate Bolt

Jacqui Lawrence

Nina King Mc Millian

Annette Elias

If you would like any information with regards to the supplies I have used, online orders, classes, hosting a party,  I would love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator. Take advantage of the EXTRA HOSTESS REWARDS on individual or collective orders totalling £200 until 14th June. If you have a large wish list from the New Annual Catalogue the perhaps you would like to join my team  with the best  JOINING offer I have ever seen!

Keep Well, Keep Safe and Keep Crafting!