Today I’m taking part in the Pootler’s Team Annual Catalogue Blog Hop with my Stampin’ Up! team-mates where we are show casing our favourite products from the new 2017-2018 catalogue. Hopefully you’ve joined me from the lovely Fiona’s blog , if not please make sure you go back and check out her lovely project. Please take some time to visit each of our blogs today and see the wonderful creations these super talented ladies have come up with, just follow the links further down this post.
My favourite stamp set from the new catalogue is Beautiful Bouquets. Its a great floral set with some beautiful sentiments in the most gorgeous font and after playing around with it for the last couple of weeks its definitely my new favourite set.
I created three different cards for todays hop in an attempt to try and use all the different stamps in this stamp set and matching Bouquet Bunch Framelits, I had a good go but didn’t quite manage it as there are so many.
This first card features the lovely two-step tulip stamps in Berry Burst and Lemon Lime Twist which is a gorgeous colour combination. What made these cards come together really quickly was the new Multi Purpose Adhesive sheets, which turn your die-cuts into stickers making them super easy to use and the best thing is no messy glue!
My next card is a wedding card using one of my favourite sentiments and my favourite paper from the new catalogue the Bundle with Love Speciality DSP. I love the colour combination of Powder Pink, Very Vanilla and Gold (also can you spot where Blushing Bride has accidentally made an appearance….oops!)
For my final card I went full on floral and stamped and die cut loads of flowers in Fresh Fig, Berry Burst and Powder Pink and created a huge bouquet of flowers. It may be a little over the top but I love it and its works great with the Thanks – A – Bunch sentiment.
If you love florals then I think Beautiful Bouquets is definitely one to add to your stash.
Please continue on with our blog hop by following the links below. The next button will take you on to Caroline’s blog and the previous button will take you back to Fiona’s blog.