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Positive Inkers January Blog Hop - January to June Mini/Sale-a-Bration...

Happy New Year and welcome to my first post for 2021.  I hope you are all well and are keeping safe.

I think it is safe to say that we are all largely glad to see the back of 2020 but there is hope that 2021 will be a better year for us all.

Spring is on its way and with it comes the brand new Spring/Summer catalogue together with the ever popular Sale-a-Bration promotion, both of which are just days away!

So today the hop is all about new goodies!  You may have joined me from Anne-Marie or starting the hop with me here.

I have chosen to share with you a card I have made using the Hydrangea Hill Suite.  It is quite difficult to photograph as I have used the beautiful Mercury Glass Designer Acetate across the centre which is so beautiful in real life but reflects the light badly when trying to photograph!

Hydrangea Hill

I drew a faint pencil line 3cm from the top and bottom edge of my card as a guide and stamped the hydrangea cluster in Memento Tuxedo black ink.  I then used one of the shaded background stamps inked in Balmy Blue with a little Rococo Rose added on top.  I then used a Stampin' Marker to colour in the leaves.

I love the empowering sentiment in this stamp set "To an Incredible Woman", I know lots of incredible women that this sentiment is perfect for and I believe that each one of them is "...capable of amazing things"!!!

I hope you like my project today, Sandy is up next who I know will have something beautiful to share with you.

Happy Stampin'


Roll Call

Maheswari Raja-Guru – Australia

Elly Rijnvis – Netherlands 

Kate Bolt – UK

Karen Bird-Day – USA

Anne Marie Hile – USA

Jo Blackman – UK - YOU ARE HERE





  1. Gorgeous card Jo! Just beautiful! I love the tiny flowers!

  2. I LOVE this card!! It's simply stunning!

  3. Jo, this is gorgeous! I love the tiny delicate flowers and that acetate really adds such gorgeous detail. Here I thought I didn't need it, sheesh. You just convinced me otherwise. Ha!