Monday, November 30, 2009

Summer Mini Blog Hop!!!!

Welcome to the Stampers Anonymous SU blog tour! You may have just come from Kirrily Matthews blog, but if you are starting here, don't worry. You can complete the circuit just by following the links at the end of each post. There are 14 stops along the way and we hope that you will visit each one to see the fantastic creations we have to show you!!!

For our first tour we decided to showcase the beautiful new products in the Summer Mini, available to you from December 1st until March 31st 2010 (drop me a line to obtain your Summer Mini catalogue). At the end of each post there will be a link to take you to the next stop on the tour. Feel free to "share the love" and leave a comment (we love comments!!!). Sit back, relax and enjoy!!!

I have three items to show you: -

Above I have used the ever so pretty Butterfly Prints (a steel at $25.95 with 5 stamps!!!). There is also a coordinating Butterfly Punch ($30.95) that means that there was no cutting involved. Got to love that!!!

Materials used: (All Stampin' Up!)
Stamps: Butterfly Prints
Card: Only Orange, Tempting Turquoise, Pixie Pink, Certainly Celery, Whisper White
Ink: Only Orange, Tempting Turquoise, Pixie Pink.
Other: Square Scallop Punch, Butterfly Punch, Dimensionals

Next I have continued with my love affair of stamping on candles. This time on tea lights. I came across this idea on a blog called Julia Luvs 2 Stamp. I used the stamp set For Everything ($47.95). This stamp set is one that I just had to have when I saw the catalogue. To get the different colours on the tea lights I used my Stampin' Write markers. The outside of the slider box has an acetate window so that you can see the candles when closed up.

Materials Used (all Stampin' Up!)
Stamps: For Everything
Card: Tempting Turquoise, Only Orange, Pixie Pink, Whisper White
Ink: None
Other: Tempting Turquoise, Only Orange, Pixie Pink Stampin' Write Markers

This is my final offering. I have several friends having babies at the moment so thought I would use the baby rattle from Somthing Sweet. I decided to make these cards at the last minute so I have to confess that the glitter in the rattle is from my own stash not Stampin' Up! This was also my first attempt at making a shaker card but I am reasonably happy with the way they turned out.

Materials Used: Mostly Stampin' Up!
Stamps: Something Sweet
Card: (for the pink card) Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, (for the blue card) Night of Navy, Brocade Blue, Whisper White
Ink: (for the pink card) Pretty in Pink, (for the blue card), Brocade Blue,
Other: Acetate, the new 1 3/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, Eyelet Border Punch, Mat Pack, White Gel ink pen.

Well, that's all from me. Now you are off to enjoy the wonderful creations of Jennifer Adnitt . Thanks for stopping by!



Sandy @ Scrappy Habits said...

Such a great idea with the candles, thanks for sharing!

Nanette said...

The baby rattles are so cute!

Kez said...

Love the frame Juliette and the candles are so cute!

Liam said...

Love the candles. They are so cute. I really should try this at home. Thanks for sharing another great idea.


InkyArt said...

Love the candles - what a fab idea.

Marelle Taylor said...

These are fabulous Juliette. I love them all!

Nikki Stalker said...

Love your shadow box. I recently came across a post with the decorated tea lights and hopefully will get a chance to try this for a Christmas present this year....


Lorna Casha said...

Just gorgeous. Some great gift ideas.

Anonymous said...

Love the baby's rattle.

Julie Putland said...

What a wonderful idea for the baby cards. Thanks for sharing

Sue Dean said...

The candles look great and that looks like a great project. The baby rattles are so sweet.

Lynda said...

I am becoming even more partial to these b'flies every time I see them!!! Lurve the candles idea too. Well Done!!

Charmaine Black said...

I really like your candles, well done with all the wonderful work you've done, thanks for sharing. Lots of inky hugs from Charmaine :-)

Michelle said...

I love the frame Juliette, great idea for a girls room to on their wall.Loved having a look at what you made.

Andrea said...

Im glad I found your blog as I love blog hops and now Im off on yours... love what you have done with the new sets.


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