Creative Inkers Holiday Blog Hop

By | August 27, 2014

Hi there and welcome to the first Creative Inkers Blog Hop 🙂

With the new Holiday Catalogue going live tomorrow we thought we’d give you a sneak peak at some of the wonderful new products that will be available.

If you’ve been following the blog hop you will have come from Narelle Hoggard’s blog or you may have just joined my page.  If you get ‘lost’ there’s a list of all the blogs at the bottom of this post.  Now on with my project:

This is the card I made for our recent team swap using the new photopolymer set – Wondrous Wreath.

This is a two step stamping set (stamp the base image first then position and stamp the overlay or adjoining stamp) and it’s so easy to stamp the second (and third) stamps with the clear photopolymer stamps – I love them.  The great thing about this set is that it has a coordinating framelit set so cutting out the wreath and the bow are easy.  The set also come with the words ‘Joy’ and ‘Noel’.  My greeting on the inside comes from the set Bright & Beautiful.

Stamp Set – Wondrous Wreath, Bright &Beautiful

Card Stock – Mossy Meadow, Whisper White, Gold Foil
DSP – Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper Stack
Ink – Old Olive, Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler
Other – Wonderful Wreath Framelits Dies, Cherry Cobbler Embossing Powder, VersaMark, Heat Tool
I hope you’ve enjoyed my card – now you’re going to head over to Heather Stewart.

31 thoughts on “Creative Inkers Holiday Blog Hop

  1. jtgkaiser

    Paula, I came across your Joy wreath card on Pinterest and tracked you back to your blog. This card shape is awesome. I would love to have measurements, if you are willing to share. Thank you. You are very clever with your cards!

  2. Judi R

    Hi Paula,
    Would love the Measurements for your Wreath Card and Festival of Trees card! Very artistic and unique!!

  3. Paula Reid

    Thanks Jackie. It's a cool layout – I've just finished recreating it using Festival of Trees and have another one using Embellished Events (HO HO HO).

  4. bev Poultney

    Cool Card Paula – like the tartan DSP, and the way you have attached the wreath to the 2 sections of your card – stunning


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