Hello Hello.....It's lovely to see you again and Thank You for checking out my blog today.
For this blog I have decided to join in all the fun with the very talented creators in the
Demonstrator Training Group. This is a group of Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator like
myself you are trying to better themselves and achieve their goals.
The group is run by my upline Kylie Bertucci and her wonderful husband Bruno and there is
always something new and exciting to learn. As part of the program there is this great
blog hop to keep us motivated and blogging and of course sharing our creations.
Every month we all get together to blog a project that is all about saying "Thank You".
I enjoy making Thank You cards for my customers and friends so I always find myself
putting in that little extra effort to make them special.
Today I played with the Forever Fern Bundle as well as the Celebrate Sunflowers
Stamp Set....(details will be listed below).
I hadn't made any slimline cards for a long, long time so thought I would give one a go
for this card. I am obsessed with the Forever Fern Bundle and cannot understand why
it took me so long to get it.....the stamps create such a beautiful crisp image and they
work so well in all colour schemes.
The "Thanks a Bunch" sentiment is part of the Celebrate Sunflowers set which is
another one of my personal favourites.....Let me know what you think below.
As always I find myself having to bling everything.....What can I say I am just a blingy kind
For the cutouts on the hoop I decided to add a little pop by adding some Wink of Stella....
trust me it's a bling girls best friend for jazzing up cards and flowers etc.
As you can see it's just enough to make them a little bright zingier......I love the stuff
and always have a couple of the pens on hand.
As with any blog hop they is always plenty of other talented people playing along
so be sure to check out their beautiful creations as well.
Thank you so much for checking out my card....I sure hope you like it as much
as I do.....Now I just have to figure out who I am going to send it to.