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Monday, July 27, 2015

Stampin' Up! Australia - My 500th blog post!!!

Hi

A significant blog post for me today....my 500th blog post!! YAY!

When I started this blog some 6 years ago, I never thought I would become a regular blogger, let alone a Stampin' Up! demonstrator. I do love this little hobby of mine and I'm so glad to be able to share it with those who drop in to see my little projects. xxx

So, it's Monday which means an Artful Stampers Blog Hop! Welcome from Anna's blog!

These colours stumped me a little bit but I took my cues from Old Olive and Watermelon Wonder and thought I would make a Christmas card to add to my stash for the end of the year.



I used Wondrous Wreath for all the stamped images and the In Color Envelope paper for the Tip Top Taupe background. The pearl on the bow is from the new Metal Rimmed Pearls embellishment pack. 

Here are the colours for the challenge...


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Card recipe
Stamp - Wondrous Wreath
Ink - Old Olive, Island Indigo, Watermelon Wonder, Tip Top Taupe
Cardstock - Thick Whisper White Cardstock, Whisper White CS, Tip Top Taupe CS, 
In Color Envelope Paper
Accessories - Metal Rimmed Pearls
Tools - Envelope Punch Board (for envelope), Stampin' Trimmer, Big Shot, Wondrous Wreath Framelit Die, Stampin' Dimensionals, SNAIL, Stampin' Sponges. 


Cheers








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5 comments:

  1. lovely card, love the stripes too.

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  2. These colours work so well on your Christmas card Alison, I love the addition of the metal rimmed pearl.

    Congratulations on your 500th post.

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  3. Would never have thought to use these colours for a Christmas card! Love it!

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