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I have a sick girl at home today, so as she has been watching a DVD or two, I have been sorting through all my stamp sets, some are as old as 5 years!
Here are some pics for your viewing delight, to see how stamping crazy I really am! LOL! 🙂 The ones on the left are Retired! The ones on the right are Current and the bottom photo, is them all together! But in saying that Im sure I have some floating around somewhere else!
Now that they are sorted I will be listing a few on ebay and facebook! 🙂
Hope you are having a great day!
Hi there. Thanks so much for stopping by! I enjoyed last weeks SSDC so much, I thought I would join in this week also! 🙂 Thanks for all the comment love from the SSD team! 🙂 It is much appreciated!
Thanksgiving is not something we celebrate in Australia, but funnily enough, I have been mindful this week of all that I have to be thankful for! Hamish (10) and Cait (7) are such a wonderful blessing in my life!
So here is the fabulous sketch, and my entry, its not quite true to the challenge, but you get the gist! Why dont you become a ‘Follower” on facebook, or Google Skipping Stones Design and join in, link your creation and go in the draw to win some new stamps! 🙂
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Yesterday Hamish and his best friend Maya, put up our Christmas tree! I said that they could put it up and Caitlin could decorate it.
Last night the kids and I got to work, I got my scrap cardstock box out and got Cait to choose some colours, she chose Pretty in Pink and Orchard Opulence, Baja Breeze and Pretty in Pink, where I stuck with my all time favourite colour combo of Old Olive and Real Red.
The Stocking punch will be available in 6 days, from the new Summer Mini. The embossing folders I used were Perfectly Paisley from Cuttlebug and Perfect Polka Dots from Sizzix and Stampin Up.
Hamish got the Big Shot out and started creating different shapes! 🙂
Here are Cait and my Stockings 🙂
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My good friend Robyn Clarke, put me onto the Skipping Stones Design blog a few months ago. This is the first chance Ive had to play along!
This is their latest challenge and my entry. I still had Field Flowers out, on my work table, so I just had to use it 🙂 I hope to play with some other sets over the weekend!
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As I mentioned in yesterdays post, I could imagine lots of different colour combos for Field Flowers. I couldnt help but have a little play! 🙂
The first card is Pretty in Pink with Regal Rose, the second card is Daffodil Delight with Tangerine Tango, the third is Pool Party with Island Indigo. Which one is your favourite colour combo?
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Last night I sat down and played with Field Flowers, I really like this set, I can see that it is going to get used lots! There are so many different colour possibilities!
I hope you have a great day!
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Day 2 has not been as productive as I would have liked, but Ive tidied my ribbon box chaos into some sort of order and a friend has came round for a cuppa.
The family came back a few hours earlier than Id expected, Id only just ate lunch and sat down to begin stamping, when they came home, so after tales of marshmallows on the fire and the orange moon and climbing trees and rides on the tube behind the boat etc, I began stamping.
I love Field Flowers, it was on my wish list as soon as I saw the new catalouge in September! Ive only just managaed to buy it from my launch. I wanted to keep the card pretty basic, but looking at them now, I think, perhaps they are a little too basic!
While looking thru some of my cardstock, I came across a new packet of Naturals Ivory, so I had to open that! I scrunched my First Edition DSP and sponged the edges.
I hope you like, I look forward to playing with this set alot more in the future! But for now, I better go get into my togs/swimmers and jump in the pool with the kids, as its a beautiful day here in Brisbane!