Merry Patterns - Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop

01 September 2017

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 - isn't her project simply gorgeous?! At the bottom of the page please hit the next button to move around and see all the beautiful projects.

Between the 1st September and 31st October Stampin' Up! have a fabulous host promotion. If you host a workshop or spend $450AUD (before shipping and handling) you will qualify and earn this stamp set for free! 

The Artisan Design Team have created so many gorgeous projects using this new set and I know you will want to get your hands it after seeing them all! When I was creating this card I was wondering if Australia had much of a deer population - it's not something we are 'known' for down under (unlike the kangaroo) - however driving up a mountain range last week my son spotted one and apparently deer enjoy this area as much as we do - who knew?! (clearly not me - lol!!)

It really seems crazy that it's September and the first day of Spring here in Australia. Creating for Christmas doesn't seem right, but it really is just around the corner - *sigh* - at least the best part is the NEW Holiday Catalogue is live to customers and it's packed with so many new holiday goodies!

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:


  1. I'm back in love again!
    Very Stunning!
    The idea with the "wood" I must take with me ;)

  2. That was a good question about the deer - we have so many here where I live I just assume they are all over. Thanks for sharing your creation!

  3. So clean and simple Louise! I love the deer cut out of the wood DSP and then paired with the gingham DSP. Just perfect!

  4. Gorgeous card, Louise! Did you snip that!?! Amazing!

  5. LOVE the wood grain deer with the plaid!!

  6. Oh it's so sweet! This would go very well as home decoration here in Alsace (where the red is the regional color). Thank you Louise for sharing!

  7. I love your projects 😍 This card is so cute!