Saturday, 1 October 2011

New Stampin up Catalogue 2011/2012 ILWS blog hop

Well what do you think of the new catty, fantablous isnt it.. well I have some loveliness for you, One is my Swap card with some talented ILWS Stampin up Demo's and one is my make n take card that we did at one of my workshop, My demo swap is a ramped up version of the make n take card, Using one of the Stunning Hostess sets called Simply soft available with your Hostess spends!

You may have pop by via Pat my fabulously creative downline and extremly funny friend blog HERE what fabulousness there dont you think...

I am entering my cards in this weeks Colour Throwdown.. You can see the challenge HERE

For the make and take, we made a small card a lovely size I think, we used three stamp sets, The hostess set, French Foliage (ohhh so glad this carried over) I think there might have been a mutany in our hands if it didn't and the sentiment and oval from Notably Ornate!and the gorgeous new border punch too!! What do you think??

And here is the ramped up version that I have done for my Swaps!, I do hope the girls like it! They had to wait for mine, as we had an emergency in the Fee house this week, Paul is so very poorly and has now been admitted to hosptial.....

For this card I used the middle step card design from Splitcoast stampers and adjusted the measurements slghtly on the edges, I think I have done myself proud, I really love it, I used ink pads amd marker pens, new colours mixed with old, Calypso Coral, Lucky Limeade Poppy Parade and Early Expresso in replacement of Choc Chip in the challenge, I am sure Those talented bunch wont mind one bit!! Oh and a touch of crumbcake love it!

Oh and what do you think of this months special offer Stampin up are giving, Buy the starteer kit and get in colour ink pads and a selection of matching cardstock worth £27/28 absolutely FREE!! Now that does make the kit and absolute bargain...

If you are thinking of signing up please do get in touch for a NO PRESSURE chat, I would be absolutely delighted to have you on board... You will also get a welcome to my team kit from me too!

Now dont forget to continue on the blog hop to Caroline HERE and her fabulous creations...


  1. I find your blog to be very inspirational. I love S U. Can I ask you to please consider popping on the Subscribe to Posts by e-mail gadget? This would make it easier for myself and the many others like me [ who have bad memories ] to follow your blog and may even increase sales for you.Please let me know if you add it then I can subscribe and will miss nothing. Many thanks. xx

  2. Yes Kim - your swap card is a breath-taker-awayer too!!! You are right to be proud of this one... I just LOVE your card......

    Really hope Paul recovers very soon and that hospital is not a long affair.

  3. Oh my goodness, I love the card that you made for your swap. It is stunning!

  4. lovely cards- love the middle step card.x

  5. Very pretty! I like the torn piece of paper exposing the print! Thanks for playing in the Color Throwdown challenge with us this week!

  6. OOOh Kim - can I CASE? That is such a beautiful combination of stamps. I have that hostess set on it's way, (well in picking LOL), and can't wait to play with it. X

  7. Lovely card Kim....cant wait to get one LOL

  8. What a gorgeous card.

    Hugs Riet.xx

  9. Lovely cards... great colour combo too :) x

  10. Lovely card thank you so much for taking part in the blog hop x x

  11. Love your projects. Colours are wonderful. Tracey X

  12. super card - love this stamp set - I tried to follow the blog hope but when I arrived at Carolines blog I couldn't find a link to the next blog!! best wishes Lesley x

  13. Kim have followed your link to the next blog - Caroline but couldn't a link on her blog to continue hopping best wishes Lesley x

  14. Beeeooootiful, Kim!!!

    Now I need this stamp set..

    Pleased to hear Paul is home.. hope he's fully better soon as poss.

    Love Sarah xxx


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