Saturday, 26 December 2015

Stampin' Creative Blog Hop Sneak Peek

Hello, I hope you all enjoyed a lovely Christmas day with family, friends, loved ones.
Whether you've hopped here from Emma's blog (and probably been blown away by her creativity!) or just stopped by - welcome!
Thank you for joining us in this months Stampin' Creative Blog hop which features a sneak peek from the upcoming Spring/Summer 2016 catalogue.
There are so many new goodies to choose from and my first instinct was to opt for my favourite suite in the whole catalogue which is called Going Places. However, I've decided to step outside my comfort zone and go floral. The stamps, DSP and dies I've used remind me of the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. 

This is a picture of the place that inspired my card (courtesy of "Cloud Forest, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore - 20120617-05" by Allie Caulfield. - Flickr: 2012-06-17 06-30 Singapore 408 Gardens by the Bay.. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Commons. )- the cloud forest. In a man made temperature controlled zone there is a 115 foot waterfall surrounded by climbing plants and ferns.
So, here is my card, a tipi card....



I love tipi cards, they're such fun to make. If you'd like to sneak peek at the supplies I used, they are listed further down. At the foot is a list of blogs participating, just in case you're lost!
The next blog in this hop is Louise's, where you're sure to sneak peek something special, to hop to Louise just click here
Products used:
Botanical Gardens DSP
Botanical Gardens Cardstock
Botanical Blooms Stamp set
Botanical Builder Framelits.
Want to see these products in the new catalogue? Contact me for your copy. 
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Stampin' Creative Blog Hop List

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    1. Thanks Nikki, wonder where I got the idea from? Lol!x

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  2. Fab card. Lovely and very different.

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  3. Really gorgeous Lesley, what a brilliant idea to use a real world inspiration to create a beautiful card like this. Love it!

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  4. Oh Lesley, I absolutely love the Inspiration behind your card creation. Such a clever interpretation of it. I love it …. It was well worth stepping outside your comfort zone for this month, Thank you x

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  5. What a great card! Mental note to add this shape to my repertoire - and love your real-life inspiration too

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  6. Thanks! It's fun and easy, go for it! xx

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