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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Stampers Anonymous Blog Hop - French Style!


Welcome to our Stampers Anonymous SU blog tour! Tonight we are delighted to show you projects using products that were available to us in our demo sneak peek from the

2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalogue.

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You may have just come from Sharon's blog, but if you are starting here, don’t worry … you can make the complete tour just by following the links at the end of each post.

There are 14 stops along the way and we hope you will visit each one to see the wonderful creations we have to show you! Please feel free to leave some comment love along the way …

At the end of each post there will be a link to take you to the next stop on the tour.

So grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy!

At first when I said I'd join the Blog Hop,
I thought I'd make a few things specially.

Then I ran out of time ... I've been so busy...
... oh well ... I'll just have to show the one card I made with the new Artistic Etchings set ...
... which I love ...


... but then I thought about what I've been busy doing...

... getting ready for my catalogue launch ...

... and for a French night our church is holding ....

Hang on!!

That Artistic Etchings set has barely left my hot little hands
since it arrived on my doorstep a few weeks back!

So ... instead of just one card (above)
you can also see some of the other things I've been making!

For my launch I've been using Melon Mambo, Basic Black and Very Vanilla.
A great combo!
And I love the Newsprint DSP ... will be buying more of that set ...

Pillowboxes for my guests (these contain cute paperclips):

Little booklets with a stamped cover:


Decorated takeaway boxes to put all those goodies in
(boxes from a $2 shop but I would get a Big Shot die next time and make a box from cardstock, I had so much trouble with the plastic boxes splitting)


and my personal favourite - cupcakes!


Love these and will definitely use this idea again!

But hey, what's not to love about a cupcake???

For our French night that our church is running, we've plain brown lunch bags elegant with the Eiffel Tower image and the Very Vintage wheel, (sorry, no photo)

decorated chocolate coins:


and I took candles from "plain church candle" to "very French candles" in a matter of minutes


(using the tissue paper method).

For the French night we've been using a colour theme of
Chocolate Chip, Sahara Sand and Regal Rose.

I hope you've enjoyed seeing what I've made with this gorgeous set - and hope that you are inspired to get it for yourself!

Now you’re off to enjoy the wonderful creations of Juliette Thanks for stopping by!

If you happen to lose your way here’s a list of all participants.

1. Fiona Harvey (me!) http://fionastamps.blogspot.com

2. Juliette Chapman http://juleskraftikrafts.blogspot.com

3. Kerry Bunting http://www.kbpapercraft.blogspot.com

4. Kirrily Matthews http://kirrilymatthews.blogspot.com

5. Lorna Casha http://www.lornacasha.blogspot.com

6. Marelle Taylor http://www.marelletaylor.com

7. Meighan Wheller http://meighanwheller.blogspot.com

8. Melissa Gillis http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/wishflowerstudios/blog

9. Michelle Marchant http://michellemarch.blogspot.com

10. Nikki Stalker http://www.nicolestalker.com.au/blog

11. Sally Williams http://www.sallycancraft.com

12. Sam Coppack http://samcoppack.blogspot.com

13. Sandy Quail http://www.scrappyhabits.com

14. Sharon Wilson http://shaz.argyle.com.au/blog/index.php

10 comments:

Lorna Casha said...

I love all your French projects Fiona. Great colours too!

Sam Coppack said...

I love the french theme! I think I need this set too now! Gorgeous colour combo!

Kez said...

Wowser Fiona! All fantastic and how lucky are we that you had those other projects at the same time? Sympatico! These are all terrific and another reason to love this set.

Kirrily said...

I just love the Pillow boxes and the candles - so gorgeous and I want to eat one of the cupcakes! Lucky church folk!

Stamp On It said...

Wow you have been busy and like what Kirrily said "Lucky church folk indeed".I hope everyone loved your efforts. They are fantastic.

AGohl said...

Ooohhh... One of my favorite color combos is hot pink and black! All of these projects look absolutely fantastic!

tooznie said...

These are fabulous! Now i know how to use my set. i'll be back!!

Juliette Chapman said...

These are fabulous Fiona. Too clever.

Lynda said...

Wow Fiona...way to let your imagination run away with a theme!! So tre chic and very cool. LURVE the candles...and even the cupcakes....which I shd prob stay away fm!! Love the way everything has been colour co-ordinated!!

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