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Friday, 5 December 2014

It's nearly SALE-A-BRATION time...



OMG are you gonna love Sale-a-Bration this year.  For those who have no idea what I am talking about, Sale-a-Bration is Stampin' Up!'s biggest promotion of the year when you can receive free products (we all love a freebie right?) and it all begins on 6 January 2015, when we all have those post Christmas blues and need a good promotion to cheer us up.  I can assure you that you will not be disappointed!

I was very privileged to be asked by Stampin' Up! to produce a display table for the recent Sale-a-Bration Tour which visited seven destinations throughout the UK.  Not only was it a great privilege and honour but I also got to get my hands on a brand new product before anyone else, now that was super exciting.

So although it is still a month away, I am now in a position to share a few of the projects I made for the display table.  It is with a stamp set called Lotus Blossom and is a two step, in fact three step stamp set.

Here they are on the table...


And here are a few close ups...




 






 

I cannot wait to be able to show you the whole catalogue but hope you enjoy these snippets until then!

Jo
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13 comments:

  1. Beautiful samples! I love all of them. Can't wait to ink up this stamp set.

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  2. Gorgeous! I particularly like the fourth close up. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Beautiful projects Jo. Particularly as I had a close up and personal view! Thank you so much for inspiring us all during the SAB tour.... Great job!

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    1. Yay were you at Huntingdon or another one?

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  4. Just beautiful. Can you please share the colors of inks you used on the Crumb Cake one? Thanks for your help.

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    1. It was a while ago now but I stamped the solid one in white craft ink, the middle layer was either pink pirouette or blushing bride, I think probably the latter and then strawberry slush.

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  5. I just got this stamp set and love this inspiration!

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  6. These are all just gorgeous. I'm especially drawn to the next to the last one with the Window Frames Framelits. Could you please share the colors used?

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    1. Hi thank you for your comments I believe I used So Saffron and Strawberry Slush but I am almost certain I 'stamped' off before stamping these ones!

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  7. Gorgeous! Where did you get the pink glimmer paper for the first close up? Thanks, Jennifer

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    1. Hi, I sprayed the dazzling diamonds glimmer paper with an alcohol/strawberry slush mixture x

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