Carols of Christmas - Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop

Welcome to the Artisan Design Team Blog Hop. You may have just arrived here from my amazingly talented friend Kimberly Van Diepen from the US - I just love her! At the bottom of the page please hit the next button to move around and see all the beautiful projects.

Stampin' Up! have a NEW product release called Carols of Christmas - available to both demonstrators and customers. The Carols of Christmas stamp set and coordinating Card Front Builder Thinlits Dies are available to be purchase separately or as a bundle and save 10%.

There's seems to be something elegant about a gold and white Christmas (in my opinion of course!).
I gold embossed all the stamping and added the Gold Foil frame with the Stitched Shaped Framelits -short of adding a bit of twine, I don't think it needed anything else. Simple and elegant.

Next on the hop is my lovely friend and talented papercrafter, Maike Ulbrich from Germany. I love this girl and she has a way of making things so dreamy, click the next button below:


Holly Stene
Louise Sharp - You are here
Martha Inchley
If you live in Australia I would love to be your demonstrator! You can click on any of the items below and purchase them from my ONLINE SHOP: AUGUST HOSTESS CODE: J6PE3S4H.
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8 comments:

  1. This card is beautiful. I love how just using the gold and white makes everything on the card look elegant. TFS!

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  2. Dear Louise, you always make me surprise! Your card today is again an absolute HIT! Very noble and so stunning! I'm in love!

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  3. This is just stunning Lou!!! It really is so elegant and the gold, white and Crumb cake is just a beautiful combo. I can't love this enough! Beautiful!

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  4. OMG!!! All the gold embossing!! So elegant, and so Louise :)

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  5. Beautiful, love the pops of gold.

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  6. There are items that deserve so much more comment ... I love the treatment of white gold and brown dune colors. The linen thread and its small buckle ... and the Framelit form sewing used as a frame. All details ofnt your achievements so neat and delicate. I love !

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