Saturday, 29 February 2020

Ink.Stamp.Share Blog Hop February - Mini Catalogue...


Good afternoon ladies and welcome to the Ink.Stamp.Share February Blog Hop.  Today we are highlighting items from the Mini Catalogue.

We have the most beautiful stamp sets and co-ordinating products available in the Mini Catalogue but the suite I have chosen to highlight today is the Peaceful Poppies Suite.  There are two stamp sets, two sets of dies and lots of lovely co-ordinating products in this suite.

You may have joined me from Rochelle or starting the hop here but it is lovely to have you and I hope you enjoy the projects we are bringing to you today.

I have made a project which I have been making for years, long before I joined Stampin' Up! 9 years ago, but one that never fails and highlights the beautiful poppy Designer Series Paper perfectly.

Here is my project...



This is a card holder which has sections inside to hold a selection of greetings cards.  Each month is separated by a perpetual calendar so you never have to miss a birthday again.  The pocket on the front is to store stamps and has a magnetic closure.  It also includes a pen underneath the pocket so everything is to hand.  

I hope you like my project and I am now going to pass you on to Stacey who I am sure has something beautiful to share with you. 

I love to hear from you so if you have time would love to read your thoughts.

Happy Craftin!

Jo
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UPDATED: YOU CAN NOW FIND THE TUTORIAL IN THE TUTORIAL'S SECTION HERE

https://www.staceymarsh.co.uk/2020/02/ink-stamp-share-mini-catalogue-blog-hop.html
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17 comments:

  1. What a clever project Jo. Would you have a tutorial for this please?

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    1. I rewrote the instructions a couple of years ago so I do have an electronic copy somewhere I will try and locate it for you x

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    2. It's a great project! I would also love to learn how to make one.

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  2. I just love this, would make a simply fantastic gift - would love to know how you made it and where you get the perpetual calendar from. thank you so much for sharing with us

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    1. I am trying to locate the instructions. The calendar part I typed up in word or excel.

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  3. Love this Jo, such a brilliant idea. would love to know how you made it :-)

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  4. Fabulous idea Jo, and love these papers. Perfect.

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  5. Mom says cleverly awesome! Wonderful organization!

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  6. I ALWAYS love this project! love the poppies!

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  7. Love the Project Jo, Hope you have my birthday in your calendar.........

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  8. This project is beautiful and practical! I'd love to make a few for birthday gifts. Any chance you would share the instructions?

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  9. Wow, Jo!! Your project is gorgeous! Great use of the DSP.

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