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Monday, January 26, 2015

Creative Inkers Occasions Mini 2015 Blog Hop

Welcome to the Creative Inkers Occasions mini Catalogue Bog Hop for 2015. Just click the 'next ' button at the bottom of this post and subsequent posts to hop to the next blog. It would be great if you could leave a comment before you leave my page. If you are unsure of how to do that, click here for more information.

I just love this catalogue and after you have hopped through our blogs, if it you don't already, I just know you will love it too:)

For this blog hop I have made a diary cover. This is a Cumberland diary that has a plastic sleeve cover so you can change the cover easily and the plastic protects it.

I used an idea for the Butterflies thinlits dies that I saw on Deb Valder's blog and I have used the larger of the Butterfly dies, then reinserted it like a jigsaw puzzle piece. I then heat embossed the "Something Lacy" background stamp (with white embossing powder) at the bottom and divided the cover with a strip of White Jute ribbon. I then cut a piece of the Jute ribbon down the centre, formed a bow, then frayed it out and attached it to the centre of the ribbon strip. My background cardstock is Night of Navy and the mat is Bermuda Bay (my all time favourite colour).

My next project is made with the Mini Treat Bag thinlits. I used the Typeset DSP form the main catalogue . I like the fact that this DSP is lighter in weight than other DSPs and more like parchment.

I have decorated it with a strip of DSP from the Adventure Bound DSP pack , as well as a half doily, a strip of blendy coloured White Jute ribbon and a Brushed Silver bow using the Bow Builder punch.

Now click the "next" button to see what the really talented Ria has in store for you. But don't forget to leave a comment first please:)

http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home...catalogue_blog



Or the "previous" button to go back to the lovely Lisa's blog for more inspiration.

http://wp.me/pvG5b-1kz






If you should get lost, check the blog links below for a list of participants.


Narelle Hoggard
https://handmadebynarelle.wordpress.com/2015/01/26/creative-inkers-occasions-blog-hop/

Alicia Yap
https://stampcreationswithmunchkin.wordpress.com/2015/01/26/creative-inkers-team-blog-hop-2015-occasions-catalogue-edition/

Kathryn Tyrrell
http://www.aspotofstamping.co.nz/2015/01/occasions-blog-hop.html

Bernie Collins
http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/creativeedge/blog

Jacque Williams
http://stamphappy.typepad.com/stamp_happy/2015/01/adventure-awaits-home-decor-creative-inkers-team-blog-hop.html

Rachael Knight
http://knightstamper.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/creative-inkers-occasions-blog-hop-2015.html

Paula Reid
http://yellowbearnz.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/creative-inkers-occasions-blog-hop.html

Sally Williams
http://sallystampingdelights.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/creative-inkers-occasions-blog-hop.html

Delys Cram
https://delysc.wordpress.com/2015/01/26/creative-inkers-occasions-catalogue-blog-hop/

Lisa Bullock
https://daffyscrapper.wordpress.com/2015/01/19/sale-a-bration-creative-inkers-blog-hop/

Heather Stewart
http://stamping-craft.blogspot.com/2...mini-2015.html   YOU ARE HERE

Ria Kaire
http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/qraftyqueen/blog

Sharon De Vos
http://sharonsstampingsnippets.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/creative-inkers-occasions-blog-hop.html

Kathe Oldham
http://jorjarose.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/creative-inkers-blog-hop-occasionals.html

Debbie Lamb
http://debstampinstyle.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/the-creative-inkers-occasions-blog-hop.html

Bev Poultney
http://www.stampandscrap.co.nz/blog-hop-occasions-catalogue/

16 comments:

  1. I saw this on Deb's blog today and I though I'd like to try it myself. I really liked her idea and you've and you've done a fantastic job. Simple but effective.

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  2. I like what you did with the Butterfly too! :)

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  3. interesting way to use the butterfly, i can see the jute ribbon is going to very versatile:) love the bow and the white embossing with it

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  4. That notebook is very pretty Heather. I will have to get my dies out and have a play

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  5. Beautiful work, Heather! I just ordered that jute ribbon and the Something Lacy stamp earlier today. Glad I put them in my order otherwise I'd be kicking myself now for not getting those! Thanks for inspiring us!

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  6. Beautiful work, Heather! I just ordered that jute ribbon and the Something Lacy stamp earlier today. Glad I put them in my order otherwise I'd be kicking myself now for not getting those! Thanks for inspiring us!

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  7. Gorgeous projects Heather! I love that notebook - will definitely have a play with that butterfly technique :-)

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  8. Gorgeous projects Heather. Loving what you've done with the jute ribbon on the diary.

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  9. Do love that butterfly effect - has given me inspiration for a similar project. Luvin that jute ribbon :)

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  10. Love how you show cased the butterfly. Awesome projects.

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  11. Beautiful work! Love the butterfly and a great way to use notebooks or decorate diaries to be unique. Very talented! Great blog site

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  12. Great projects Heather. The die is on my wishlist and I think I'll need to add the Jute Ribbon after seeing these. What a cool idea to colour the ribbon. Nice work :)

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  13. Love your projects Heather, especially the Mini Treat Bag.
    The "Something Lacy" stamp set is now top of my Wish/Want List!
    Thanks for sharing :-D

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  14. What a fab idea for the butterfly, and the something lacy is a must do something with stamp in my stash - your project has inspired my mojo .. TFS :-)

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  15. Thanks everyone for viewing my blog (and the Blog Hop) and giving such positive comments. I really appreciate them:)

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