Welcome to our February Creativity Abounds Blog Hop. We are a group of very keen Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrators from all around the world that are coming together to share our creative ideas with you. We are happy that you can join us and hope that we can Inspire you to make creations of your own.
If you live in Australia and shop with me you will receive this tutorial bundle FREE! The theme of this tutorial bundle is Hydrangea Hill. Here is a sneak peek of the images that are featured in the tutorial bundle this month.
To offer additional inspiration, we have all created an additional project to share with you in this hop. My project is a little box which is sized to fit a bottle of Tombow liquid glue. This is the perfect gift for a paper crafter, and the packaging will bring as much joy as the contents!!
The video below will show you how to make the box.
You may be starting here or have come from someone else’s blog – either way there is a list at the end of this post to help you move around all the different blogs and get many amazing ideas. We all have our country listed – so if you are looking for a demonstrator in your country, these demonstrators would love to look after you with your Stampin’ Up!® shopping or if you would like to join our Stampin’ Up!® teams.
Welcome to our Paper Crafting Blog Hop featuring talented Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators. Fellow demonstrators from all over the globe including the USA, United Kingdom and Australia are participating. We have a wide array of fun projects and design styles to share with you! Our theme this month is “Gift Packaging”. You may have arrived from Shirley Merker’s blog. She always has such great packaging ideas!
My project is a quick and cute gift pouch. The only supplies that you need are DSP, ribbon and adhesive. Watch the video below for directions to make them. I did the brown one in the video, although my picture has the tie tied properly. I am sorry that I had stopped recording, because it was so funny with my husband with a tie around his neck showing me how to tie the knot, and me trying to replicate it with the ribbon!
Click on the button below to stay in Australia and hop over to Annette’s blog to see what she has chosen to share with us.
Thanks for hopping with us. If you get lost along the way here is the complete list of hop stops.
All the supplies used can be ordered through my online store . If you are in Australia and do not already have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would be happy to help you with your stamping needs. Ready to enjoy the demonstrator discount? Being in social isolation is a great time to sign up, contact me for more information to join my team.
Welcome to this month’s Blogging Friends Blog Hop. The Theme for this month is “Anything but a card”. I have decorated a mini pizza box. You could be forgiven for thinking that I only have 2 stamp sets. It seems that every time I start creating there are a couple that jump into my hand and won’t leave! This box used the Poinsettia Petals bundle again.
It is really difficult to get a photo of shiny paper. This is using the silver foil sheets. (It looks a bit gold in some places, but in the paper it is definitely silver). Below is the front of the box
Thanks for dropping by my blog. I hope that you have fun hopping along to day. Be sure to leave a comment as we all love to know if you enjoy our projects.
If you live in Australia and don’t have a demonstrator, I would love to help you with your stamping needs. Feel free to contact me, or visit my online store.
Welcome to our monthly Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators Blog Hop, in which demonstrators from around the world share their latest projects. This month’s theme is ‘Gift Wrapping’. You might have arrived here from Shirley’s blog. Doesn’t she always have a gorgeous project to share with us?
My project is super easy, uses very few supplies, and with minimal effort, you have a gorgeous gift bag!
All that you need is a bit of card stock for the base and handles, half a sheet of DSP for the bag, some ribbon, scraps to make a tag, adhesive and something to score with. Choose the DSP to suit your occasion and your gift is all wrapped.
All the supplies used can be ordered through my online store . If you are in Australia and do not already have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I would be happy to help you with your stamping needs. Ready to enjoy the demonstrator discount? Contact me for more information to join my team.