Monday, 19 January 2015

Sale-A-Bration Blog Hop

Good evening everyone and welcome to another of our team blog hops.  This one will be projects using product you can earn FREE from the sale-a-bration catalogue and then next Monday we'll have another hop using products from the Occasions Catalogue.

For my project I have repurposed a cheap notebook I had by covering it with designer series paper and using the flowers from the gorgeous Lotus Blossom stamp set.

As always please leave us comments as you go along - we love to hear what you think!.  If you've been following the blog hop you will have come from Alicia's blog .  Your next stop is Bernie's page.  If you get 'lost' there is a list of all the blogs at the bottom of this post.
When you're ready click next to hop on over to Bernie's blog and I hope you enjoy all the fantastic projects our team have created.  Don't forget to stop by at 8pm next Monday (26th) for the Occasions Catalogue Hop.

Paper: Park Lane Designer Series paper, Whisper White cardstock
Ink: Strawberry Slush, Calypso Coral, Crisp Cantaloupe, Old Olive, Garden Green
Stamps: Lotus Blossom
Other: Venetian Crochet Trim, Artisan Label punch, notebook (non Stampin' Up!)
In case you lose your way - here is the list of those of us participating in the hop:

4, Bernie Collins

5. Jacque Williams 

6. Rachael Knight

7. Paula Reid

8. Sally Williams

9. Delys Cram

10. Lisa Bullock

11 Heather Stewart

12. Ria Kaire

13. Sharon de Vos

14. Kathe Oldham



  1. LOve your Notebook Kathryn Thanks for sharing

  2. Love the Strawberry Slush contrast on the Park Lane DSP :)

  3. Great project Kathryn. Great colour combo. I love what you have done:)

  4. Thank you for sharing. Your notebook is lovely especially with the fussing cutting.

  5. Nice work Kathryn. I bet it was a bit of work adding the cardstock around the wire and making it look so neat and tidy! You have more patience than me, with that and the fussy cutting.

  6. Love the use of the Venetian Crochet Trim, sew cute!

  7. That's lovely Kathryn! I like how you have fussy-cut the lotus flowers - that is one of my favourite techniques :)

  8. Well done - your notebook looks great. I still haven't got round to using this set but after seeing all the lovely creations it might just get out of its case!

  9. Your project has inspired me to pretty up my workbook for this year. Pretty : )