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Sunday, 28 March 2010

Mini Catalogue Blog Hop

Good Morning all and welcome to the very exciting Stampin Up mini blog hop!!!

If you are following the blog hop, you will have joined me from the lovely Vannessa's blog (yes it really does have two N's!!!)

Now, on to my creations which were created somewhat nervously, as I have never done a blog hop before.

For the scrapbook page of my daughter Rosarie (pictured a couple of years ago when she made her first communion) I used a new stamp set available from the mini called Vintage Vogue.

What cardstock to use was an easy choice, as I basically used my favourites Basic Black, Pink Passion and Whisper White.

For the stamped detail I used Co-ordinating inks in Basic Black and Pink Passion.

I kept further embellishment simple using pearls from the Pretties kit (which I've had for ages and been waiting for an opportunity to use!!)

To finish it off I used the eyelet border punch to create a fancy edge.

I used the same colour scheme and stamp set for my second project of a decorated bag. (Inside is a small gift for a friend at work who is leaving next week but shh -  it's a surprise don't tell!!!)

It was very quick and easy to do. Once I had cut the flowers out, all that was left to do was embelish  with vintage brads, beautiful Basic Black striped ribbon, linen thread and a bulldog clip from the clips assortment.

I hope you liked my projects, they only showcase a tiny fraction of what is available in the new Stampin Up mini catalogue. If you would like to see more projects using new supplies, please check back every night this week as I have been busy making lots of things to show you.

In the meantime please stop by to see what interesting things Linda has made to share with you.

Thanks for stopping by

Deborah xx

20 comments:

  1. I love that picture of rosarie! and the bag looks great - I think I need more of that ribbon!

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  2. Thats a gorgeous LO Deborah, I love the colours you've used and I love the decorated bag its yummy :O)

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  3. Love the layout - more ideas for Vintage Vogue.

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  4. Stunning layout and the bag is very pretty. I love V. Vogue.

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  5. Can see that Vintage Vogue is going to be a great set for scrappin as well as cards. Beautiful layout.

    Sara xx

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  6. Love your projects, but my favourate has to be the scrapbook page! Jan

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  7. These are gorgeous, the layout is lush, those colours are just so striking, and I know the lady from work who is leaving is just gonna love that bag...

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  8. Really gorgeous projects, I especially love your scrapbook LO :)

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  9. Wow fab projects your scrappage is stunning!!! Thanks for sharing. Hugs Ali x

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  10. Gorgeous LO- I lurve the bag too- I have a thing for brown bags!!

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  11. gorgeous layout and beautifully decorated bag
    Hugs
    Victoria
    x

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  12. These are both gorgeous - I love the bag! And thanks for remembering my name does have 2 n's - still surprises me how many people at work still don't remember yet I've been there 5 years and it's on my name badge!!

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  13. Love your projects using Vintage Vogue :)

    Thanks for sharing.

    Alex x

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  14. Gorgeous layout Deborah, your daughter is very pretty!
    Love the bag too, i must get some of those :)

    Carol xxx

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  15. Beautiful projects, how lovely is that treat bag and very quick like you said, and the scrapbook is DIVINE! hugs xx

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