Saturday, 28 February 2015

Strawberry Slush, Island Indigo and Sahara Sand meets

Stampin Creative Blog Hop, ....

I joined the Stampin Creative  team led by my lovely Team Member Louise Sims, this is a monthly Stampin Up Independent Demonstrator Blog Hop and as I said in my last post I am aiming to join in some challenge blogs and February's challenge is a great sketch from Louise, I love the fact we have all interpreted the sketch in different ways...

Thank you for popping over from the lovely Pip  over at Queen pip cardsHERE, and when you are done with my projects please do follow on the hop to the lovely emma over at Coastal crafter
  HERE


I have used the Painted Petals set as I am trying to make lots of creations using this set for an All Day crafting events being held on Saturday the 4th and 25th April in Orpington ,  I want to have a variety of items on display as this set is its main focal....


I wanted to make a home decor item, and saw some fab box frames in Poundland see below



If you would like to come to an All day crafting event please check out my website on the side bar for more details or contact myself on simplyfairies@yahoo.com  for more details
I would just love you to come join in the fun.....


7 comments:

  1. Love your projects as always,Kim, so delicate

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  2. Fabulous, love the sentiment! Creative Blessings, Tracy x

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  3. Gorgeous Kim - you are a total inspiration with this set - I WILL be casing from you, because I LOVE your style! I also love the fact your colour way is more muted that Eimear's - so we can see both the bold & the bashful for this set - just lovely!

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  4. Very pretty and love those colors!

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  5. All Gorgeous!! but I really love the box frame - would make a great gift :)

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  6. I absolutely love these Kim. Some beautiful creations in soft, delicate colours … Stunning x

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