Saturday, 20 January 2018

InspirINK Blog Hop with Stampin' Up! Large Letters

Hi there again,

So excited today to be taking part in the InspirINK Blog Hop. This is the first time I will be participating. Our theme for this month is "Sparkle, Shimmer and Shine"


And this is the project I came up with:

Large letter dies from Stampin' Up!

I used the opportunity to break open my new pack of glimmer papers, from the new Spring Summer catalogue and decorate a kraft notebook. I love the colours of this glimmer paper - light green, turquoise and iridescent. The green is a very close match for lemon lime twist and the turquoise for Tempting Turquoise or Bermuda Bay. This paper is REALLY sparkly but not sure you can see it too well on that photo so let's try a close up.


Notebook decorated with Large Letter framelits dies from Stampin' Up!

I used the large letter framelits dies for the "L" and for the flowers - yes, I used some of the punctuation dies - the asterisk die for the flowers and the colon for the flower centres!
Glimmer paper and Large letters framelits from Stampin' Up!

I made this notebook as part of a welcome pack for my newest team member - hence the "L". I'm hoping to be able to send out a lot more of these packs over the next few weeks - the joining offer during Sale-a-bration really is too good to miss. If you had been thinking about it, now is the time to do it. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. All the details below or contact me to have a very informal, no obligation chat.

Meanwhile carry on hopping around the hop. There are some fantastic projects to see - next in line is the lovely Keren Howell - just click on her name or the button below.





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If you have looked through the new catalogue (or the Annual one) your Stampin' Up wish list is more than £99, now is the time to join! Especially during Sale-a-bration, as the Starter Kit is an even better deal that usual!
You choose £130 worth of any current goods of your choice PLUS two additional stamp sets of any value (could be up to a total of £90)!
You will pay only £99 and P&P is free. And if you decide to do nothing more, that is fine. No one will contact you or pressure you. You will just "drop" as a demonstrator" at the end of June and keep your Starter Kit. From when you join until the end of June you can place further orders and will benefit from the discount.
Contact me for more details! I'll look forward to welcoming you to my team and making you a welcome pack!


Jill xx


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19 comments:

  1. Beautiful Project Jill. I'm sure she'll love it ��

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  2. I love this idea - such a personal gift and you have made it so pretty x

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  3. Love the idea of using the punctuation marks for flowers :-)

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    1. Yes - not sure I'd ever use the asterisk otherwise!! x

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  4. Great idea Jill... very sparkly! Love that Glimmer paper
    x

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