Saturday, 26 September 2015

Stampin' Creative Team Blog Hop, All about the Packaging! Stampin Up





If you've just joined me from Eimear's blog - welcome!

Hello there,
Sorry for the wait in my projects, it has been a busy busy week, I have had several promotions in my team and they have kept me busy,   and this week Blog hop for packaging, well it must have been fate, the Girls have worked very very hard for their promotions, So I had better get busy and make some congrats gifts,

Now this is a fab Hop with all things packaging, and for mine , where I have been  a busy lizzy I have gone with the super quick option, and used Kits, I LOVE kits,

I have combined two of my fave Stampin Up Kits,   Watercolour Wishes and All Boxed up, I had no time so just grabbed these beauties and wowzers, did you know that the Watercolour Wishes card kit comes with a fabulous Sentiments Stamp set, and inks and blocks to use with them, This set is a must for those Crafters on the go!!

Anyway I shall not keep you any longer here is my creations,   



If you wish to purchase these two kits from me, Please be sure to use the Hostess Club Code for your free gift from me, and please be sure to tick the box that says yes to contact or I wont know where to send your free gift

Now hop on over to Carolines blog, just click on her name.

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List of participating blogs:
Eimear-http://stampincolour.com/stampin-creative-september-blog-hop-gift-packaging-inspiration/ 

4 comments:

  1. Shaem I'm not your downline - lucky ladies to be receiving these!

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  2. LOVE these Kim - wish I was a recipient - they're gorgeous and just show how you can take a simple card kit and step it up making it into gift packaging!!! FAB-U-LOUS darrrrling! (sorry strictly season!)

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  3. This is so clever Kim. All too often I have various elements left over from kit packs and you've shown beautifully here, just how you can use them up effectively and beautifully. I LOVE what you've done here xx

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  4. I know how little time you had but still, wow! I have Watercolor Wishes myself and love it, the sentiments are fabulous and the font is so pretty! I love how you've combined the two kits here, they work so well together 😊

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