Be Inspired Blog Hop


Welcome to the very first Be Inspired Design Team Blog Hop. I know you are going to love it! We have a mixture of amazingly talented Stampin' Up! papercrafters from around the world and every two weeks we will showcase our work with the intention for you to 'Be Inspired' and I have no doubt the team will do just that! 

You may have just arrived here from my good friend Sarah Berry from the UK. If you are starting here please make sure you hit the next button at the bottom of this post and hop all the way around. 

The theme for this hop is Sale-A-Bration and I have used both the lovely Inside The Lines Designer Series Paper and the Designer Tee stamp set to create a clean and simple floral card. 

The paper really does all the work here! I coloured some of the flowers and leaves from the paper using Stampin' Write Markers and hand cut using paper snips and the 'squinting with tongue out ' technique - you know the one! lol  I am absolutely loving the Stitched Shapes Framelits as I feel they give a nice finish to the cardstock without having to add another layer.

Next up for you to 'Be Inspired' by is my beautiful, loving and brilliant friend Brian King from the US. He has the cutest Tasty Truck project that I know you will want to CASE (Copy and Selectively Edit) - I know I will be!



Q: What is Sale-A-Bration?
A: If you are possibly new to Stampin' Up! you may not know the Sale-A-Brations is only the biggest and best promotion during the Stampin' Up! year.  You can earn free products for every AU$90 on any current product.

If you live in Australia you can SHOP NOW and spend over AU$90 to earn your free products and enjoy CASEing the wonderful Be Inspired Design Team.

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18 comments:

  1. This is GORGEOUS, Louise! I love that you kept the paper black and white. What a brilliant card! Thanks for organizing this hop! <3

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  2. This ia awesome!!! Such a beautiful card

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  3. Ooh, that is so cool! I love the black and white background with just a splash of some color to draw attention to your sentiment! Using the t-shirt sayings outside ofa t-shirt shows just how versatile they can be! Awesome!

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  4. So pretty! Love just the hint of color against the b/w!

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  5. Oh my Louise! I love how pretty this is! I also love the fact that you can make a pretty card with this paper (without having to colour in the whole sheet of DSP). So Stunning, yet practical! Thank you again! <3

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  6. Love the pop of colour against the background Louise! Soooo pretty xx

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  7. Oh my, this is just amazing- can I case it? Mind blowing.y beautiful x

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    1. Ive cased it, and linked the post to here, but mine is no where as amazing as yours x lol

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  8. What a great card idea - I have a few folks who will appreciate this . My fussy cutting technique is quite similar to yours!!

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  9. Such a great idea on how to use this paper! Your watercolouring is amazing & I love the green & pink combo on the border xx

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  10. Gorgeous card Lou- I hope to see maybe some of this type of DSP in the annual catty!

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  11. I have to giggle that we chose the same thing to showcase today. May I say great minds think alike? Your card is absolutely STUNNING.

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  12. Wow Louise! This took my breath away! (As always!!!)

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  13. Everything you make makes my heart skip a beat. I love this.

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  14. i use the same cuttung technique too. I love how simple and elegant you project looks! Keep up the good work Louise!

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