Welcome to the Stampers Anonymous SU Blog Hop! Tonight we are delighted to show you projects using products that were available to us in our demo sneak peek from the 2010-2011 Idea Book and Catalogue.
You may have just come from Juliette's blog, but if you are starting here, don’t worry … you can make the complete tour just by following the links at the end of each post. There are 14 stops along the way and we hope you will visit each one to see the wonderful creations we have to show you! Please feel free to leave some comment love along the way …
At the end of each post there will be a link to take you to the next stop on the tour.
So grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy!
Bonsoir, mes amis! I have had tons of fun with a new stamp set called Artistic Etchings.
Firstly, a scrapbook layout featuring some photos I took from the Eiffel Tower which were just perfect for this set.
The background design is a patchwork of four papers - two from the Newsprint DSP set and two I created myself with stamps, En Francais and Artisitic Etchings.
Then I got to thinking about how Paris is supposed to be the most romantic city in the world and how the Eiffel Tower would look in the sunset ... and that's how my next project evolved.
I used so saffron, tangerine tango and riding hood red in my brayering and ran a gathering thread down the middle of my taffeta ribbon to get this effect. Tres chic! Makes me think of the flouncy petticoats of the Folies Bergere!
For my next card I thought more laterally and looked at the monument as a unique and amazing piece of architecture, then acknowledged that AMAZING and UNIQUE are words we like to use to describe the special people in our lives too. So that's the theme of my card and the reason for the sentiment, which comes from Life Definitions. The layout and colours were inspired by a card by Jan Tink.
And last but not least, I was inspired by an idea from "stamperdog" at SCS to use the background stamps to become Christmas baubles. The top part (that pesky metal part that always breaks on our baubles!) is created from the crown stamp! I've used Elegant Eggplant and Certainly Celery with gold embossing and must offer my apologies for using a retiring stamp (weathered background), but nothing else suited the card so well! The sentiment is from Occasional Greetings.
Well, that's all from me. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you have enjoyed my offerings this evening. Now you are off to see the creative delights of Kirrily, so click here and enjoy the rest of the tour.
Blog Hop Links:
If you happen to lose your way here’s a list of all participants.
1. Fiona Harvey http://fionastamps.blogspot.com/
2. Juliette Chapman http://juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com/
3. Kerry Bunting (me)
4. Kirrily Matthews http://kirrilymatthews.blogspot.com/
5. Lorna Casha http://www.lornacasha.blogspot.com/
6. Marelle Taylor http://www.marelletaylor.com/
7. Meighan Wheller http://meighanwheller.blogspot.com/
8. Melissa Gillis http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/wishflowerstudios/blog
9. Michelle Marchant http://michellemarch.blogspot.com/
10. Nikki Stalker http://www.nicolestalker.com.au/blog
11. Sally Williams http://www.sallycancraft.com/
12. Sam Coppack http://samcoppack.blogspot.com/
13. Sandy Quail http://www.scrappyhabits.com/
14. Sharon Wilson http://shaz.argyle.com.au/blog/index.php