Sunday, 24 January 2010

It's Blog hopping time with ILWS.....




Hello and welcome to the In love with stamping Sale-a-bration Blog Hop, There are two loops to the Blog hop, I belong to the second one and the first one starts with Helen HERE... Well I assume you have arrived here from the fabulous Joannes Blog HERE Thankyou very much for comming, I hope you enjoy what I have made to show.

I have 7 Creations to show you!!.. Oh yes I have been a busy bee!!

In my creations I have used stamps from all the sale bration sets, as well as other stamps and embellishments, I have a few to show you, First up is a gift box and card set, the gift box is using a lauren meader template, the card is a 4 inch square, and the inspiration for the card came from the top of the box, I have used the Polka dot background and the Vintage labels set for this card, Full stash list at the bottom of post!!




For the next lot of creations I have used the Happy Moments set, as well as Whimsical words, and again the fabulous Polka dot stamp...




This next two, I have used the Whimsical words again, and yep that Polka dot stamp, do you think I might be addicted to that stamp, Mmmmm I think you may be ight..lol





And last but no means least a card that I made for a recent Swap using the Good Neighbours set, the sentiment is from the Basic Phrases set, Oh no Polka Dot!



Have you enjoyed it so far, well toodle pop for now, I shall direct you over to Wonderful Emma HERE For your next spot of hopping...

Set 1:
Stamps: Vintage Labels, Polka Dot Background.
Cardstock: Kraft, Chocolate Chip
Ribbon: Kraft Taffetta
Punches, Scallop circle, Plain ciorcle, Eyelet Border

Set 2:
Stamps:Whimsical Words, Happy Moments, Polka Dot Background.
Cardstock: More Mustard, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive.
Ink pads: Versamark
Marker pens
Brads, Buttons, both earth elemants, Grosgrain ribbon, choc chip, Regal Rose both 5/8 width, linen thread, pricking mat and tool.

Set 3:
Stamps: Whimsical words, Polka dots
Ink Pad: Versamark, Chocholate chip
Cardstock, Chocolate Chip, Sage Shadow, Whisper White
Papers: To the nines
Punches: Eyelet Border, scallop circle, plain circles
Ribbon Choc chip 5/8

Set 4
Stamps: Good Neighbours, Basic Phrases
Cardstock: Sarhara Sand, Mellow Moss, Whisper White.
Ink pads: Melow Moss, Basic Grey.
Papers: Jackpot
Taffeta ribbon Basic Grey, Eyelet Border, pricking mat and tool

33 comments:

  1. Oooooh how gorgeous are your creations... especially love the brown set... stunning

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  2. loads of inspiration thanks!

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  3. fab projects but really loving the box!

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  4. Beautiful Kim!! Thanks for taking part in the Blog Hop.

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  5. Wow you have been busy Kim, love all your creations:)

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  6. Superb! Love your projects Kim! I haven't got a favourite ... they're all gorgeous! xxx

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  7. Oh WOW everything is so FANTASTIC

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  8. Wow fabby creations Kim ,loving your coloour combo. Fabby hop too thanks for sharing. Enjoy the rest of the day.

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  9. Really lovely cards, especially the box

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  10. You have done some gorgeous projects. Love the box & matching card set.
    Jan

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  11. Wow Kim, you have been busy. Fab projects. Difficult to choose a favourite, but that little box and card are to die for.
    Carole x

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  12. These are are all stunning, especially love the box and the use of the polka dot background stamp! x

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  13. oooh these are all yummy Kim, can't pick a fav! I got that polka stamp last week and it's my new favourite, fab isn't it?
    Victoria
    x

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  14. What great projects Kim! I love the box and matching card! Fab!

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  15. very pretty. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  16. All your creations are beautiful. My favourite is the little box at the top - really pretty.

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  17. Love 'em Kim. That box is fab isn't it??? I havent got round to using my template yet. Emma xx

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  18. OMGoodness - I haven't been able to get on to your blog for soooooo long Kim, but yay!!! I'm here! No idea what the problem was (it just wouldn't load for some reason), but I'm gonna have a big old nose through all your gorgeous creations now - might go make myself a cuppa and make a night of it!!!
    Big hugs x

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  19. Wow Kim you have been busy, love all your projects but I have to say the LM box is my fav ...

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  20. Gorgeous projects Kim - I love the first one, that box is so lovely.

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  21. WOW you have been busy!! All stunning projects :o)

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  22. Go girl!!! You have been busy and I love them all!
    Hope you're doing ok kiddo.
    love & hugs,
    Jo
    x

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  23. oooh Kimmy I missed seeing your fab work, loved all your projects hunny. xxxx

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  24. Fab cards Kim, all so different.
    Hugs Sonia xx

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  25. Hi Kim, Love your colour in all the cards loved your box. Hope your Hubby is ok Sandra

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  26. Hi kim,
    so glad to see you back missed all your creations and so glad hubby is on the mend!
    love all these fab creations especially the box and matching card they are all lovelyx
    hugs
    Suzie qx

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  27. Wow, so many projects to feast on. Love em all but I think my favourite is the vintage label card and box. That's delish.

    Sara xx

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  28. You have been busy!! Gimme that polka dot stamp!! I want one!!

    Lovely stuff Kim

    Pat x

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  29. Kim I LOVE all your projects that you have done. Busy you have been!

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  30. wow how gorgeous are these,you're giving me some good ideas:)

    sue
    xx

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