Saturday, 16 May 2020

Ink.Stamp.Share Special Blog Hop...


Good afternoon and welcome to the Ink.Stamp.Share Special Blog Hop.  We are running an additional monthly hop to try and keep morale up and to enable demonstrators to showcase their amazing talents.  There is no theme, literally anything goes provided current products are used.

We have a brand new catalogue about to launch in a couple of weeks so hopefully you will see some sneak peeks along the way.  Sadly my order has yet to arrive so I am sharing with you a project I made for my last in-person class before we entered lockdown here in the UK.  
This was very popular with my ladies and many have gone on to make more to give away as gifts.  Here is my project, this is a perpetual calendar using the beautiful Peaceful Poppies DSP.  The paper will be discontinued in a couple of weeks so get yours fast but thankfully the stamps and dies are staying with us, yay!





The back of the calendar is made using grey board so it is very sturdy and the inside is made in a concertina fashion so it pulls open.  Each of the pages is also decorated and is held together with a belly band.

I hope you like my project.  I have sneaked the instructions into the tutorial section so perhaps you will give it a go!

 I am now going to pass you on to Gez who I am sure has something lovely to share with you today.

Don't forget, if you would like a copy of the brand new Annual Catalogue, please get in touch.

Keep safe,

Jo
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12 comments:

  1. Love the idea of a perpetual calendar Jo

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  2. that is a great idea and will work with any of the decorative papers - thanks for sharing

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  3. Seriously Cute Project Mrs B as always, cant wait til we can have a proper craft eve together, Stay safe

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  4. Beautiful project idea. Love this pretty paper.

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  5. How do I get the instructions? It’s a beautiful project. Thank u!

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    1. Go to the tutorial section in this blog x

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  6. WOW, JO stunning as always - will def be casing this

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  7. This is gorgeous Jo, I will definitely have a try at making a perpetual calendar. TFS xx

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  8. I love this project, fab idea for keeping track of birthdays, I am terrible at forgetting them ...might need one of these in my life! lol

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  9. What a fun idea! That perpetual calendar is so beautiful! TFS!

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