Friday, 16 November 2018

Stamp and hop, blog hop. Casing the annual catalogue


Welcome to the November Stamp'n Hop. This months theme is casing the annual catalogue.
Thanks to Susan for her lovely makes.

I still have a long list of what I want to order from the annual catalogue so joining this hop was brilliant for me. This arrived on my desk a week ago.
 I love a punch that matches a stamp set and I love 3d so I have cased from pg 47.






































I had to do a christmas one.


I have kept this one very simple, just christmas green and red. and I have stamped and punched to make them look like mini poinsettia. I have to admit I am not very good at keeping these plants alive long after Christmas!






Now its time to hop over to Mo's page to see what she has made.

17 comments:

  1. This is a lovely Christmas picture. It's really changed the look using the Christmas red and green. Great Christmas project.

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  2. Oh, Karen, what a beautiful project! It makes me to want to try a frame as well. thank you for the inspiration. I love your photo arrangement too.

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    1. Thank you, having the space to have a light box helps with setting pictures up. k x

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  3. That's it, off to Ikea tomorrow to get some box frames! This is gorgeous

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    1. I could give you loads of frames. I am shutting my studio to move house, I didn't realise how many frames I had! k x

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  4. Lovely Karen, such a great idea for Christmas x Jacqui L

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  5. this is a great gift idea! love the Christmas colors:)

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  6. I cased the same project. But i love your Christmas version - really pretty.

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    1. I love yours too and I have some of those frames you used. k x

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  7. I absolutely love this project, using the stamps and punch for poinsettia flowers is a genius idea

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  8. I too also go out and buy a Poinsettia plant/flower each Xmas but not this year I for once have managed to keep mine alive so maybe this will be your year as well Karen. Fantastic job on the project I love it and hope to copy as well
    Danielle

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  9. I love how you have turned this into a Christmas home décor piece, great idea, thank you for sharing x

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