Saturday, 31 August 2019

Ink Stamp Share Winter Catalogue Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to this months Ink. Stamp. Share blog hop.  You may of hopped from Sandra Roberts and you’re now with Linda Handford UK.   We are a  group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from different corners of the world and once a month we are given a theme and then we hope to  inspire you with our creations.  This month our theme is the new Autumn/Winter Catalogue.  I find this very exciting as I love making Christmas cards. Of course it’s not only Christmas in this catalogue, but Christmas products was what I pre-ordered.

I’ve used my favourite stamp set Playful Penguins, using the notecards and envelopes has made this a fairly simple project.  Perfect cards for children and Grandchildren to send to their friends as well as sending to grown ups!

I stamped my scarf onto Poppy Parade and Coastal Cabana Card stock, this makes your scarf ready to go with no colouring required, although I did fussy cut and pop them up on mini dimensionals.

Ice Stampin Glitter was a must have on my shopping list as I love a Christmas card with glitter, paired up with the Shimmery Crystal Effects glue worked really well, although I also tried with Multipurpose glue, this still works but was a bit sticky.

Even though this is a simple card I’ve  made a quick video below.

3” x 4 1/2”.  
7.6 cm x 11.4cm
Cardstock Poppy Parade and Coastal Cabana
4 5/8” x 3 1/8”.      
8 cm x 11.8cm

Please hop along with everyone in this great blog hop the lovely Liz Yuille is next.

Product List
Playful Penguins Cling Stamp Set
Seasonal Layers Dies
Stitched Rectangle Dies
Brights 6" X 6" (15.2 X 15.2 Cm) Designer Series Paper
Whisper White A4 Card Stock
Whisper White Note Cards & Envelopes
Card Stock A4 Coastal Cabana
Poppy Parade A4 Cardstock
Coastal Cabana Classic Stampin' Pad
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad
Ice Stampin' Glitter
Shimmery Crystal Effects
Stampin' Dimensionals


  1. reminds me of the movie - Happy Feet! great cards

  2. Love your penquin card and video. Beautifully designed. Thanks for inspiration. I couldn't believe the quality of the stamped image for these penquins, they literally jump off the page.