Friday, 12 October 2018

Stamp N Hop October Blog Hop Jump Start to Christmas




Hello and Welcome to October's Stamp 'N Hop Blog Hop.  We are a group of Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who come together once a month. 

You may of hopped along from a fellow UK Demo, Sue McDonald, thanks Sue!  or maybe your starting here? Either way you will find loads of inspiration this month.

This October we are working on the theme Christmas Jump Start!

I've made several different cards all with the same feel to them.




After finishing my cards I decided the snowman from Seasonal Chums would look great at the front of the fence, so I added him on dimensionals to my Blueberry Bushel card.

I love this DSP from the Annual Catalogue, it looks just like snow!





You can add different elements to your card's, snowflakes or maybe the tree branch from Seasonal layers




Loads of our colours work well for Christmas.




A quick tutorial video






Don't forget to hop along with everyone!  Pia Gerhardt is next, her work is always worth a look.



  1. Vicky Wright - Australia
  2. Karen Pearmain (UK)
  3. Sandra Roberts (UK)
  4. Laura Mackie
  5. Eva Pottsova - Crafting with Angels (UK)
  6. Anastasia Radloff (USA) -
  7. Sue McDonald (UK) -
  8. Linda Handford UK You Are Here
  9. Pia Gerhardt (DE)
  10. Mo Rootes
  11. Jo Blackman
  12. Cheryl Taylor -
  13. Jenna Watkins - Australia
  14. Tracy Marie Lewis - Stuff N Thingz - US -
  15. Mikaela Titheridge (UK) -






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11 comments:

  1. Linda thanks for sharing your fun cards. Great use of the DSP & Dies. TFS

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  2. Love the idea of using the spotty dsp as a snowy background. Thank you for another idea of how to use those dies too!

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  3. Ha! that DSP does look like snow, I love how you use it for backgrounds on your cards. I like your photos too, with a fresh holly! did you get it from your garden or did you have to go for a hunt?

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    1. Thanks Eva, I have holly in my garden so no hunting! Love this dsp.

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  4. These cards are adorable Linda, loving all the spotty dsp with the cute houses x

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  5. great set of cards, love the DSP. TFS

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  6. Great idea - very nice cards. TFS

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  7. great use of of all those dies - the different DSP looks lovely. TFS

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