Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Thailand Achievers Blog Hop October - Inspired by Nature



Thank you for joining us for our FIRST Thailand Achievers Blog Hop for the year! We are a group of demonstrators from around the world who have earned the prestigious reward of the Stampin' Up!® Trip that they give to top performing Stampin' Up!® Demonstrators. We have a fantastic blog hop for you today. Our theme this month is "Inspired by Nature" as we thought it would be a perfect start looking forward to our Thailand Trip.


I am so happy to have been able to use these gorgeous stamp sets. The touches of texture stamp set I have used with Early Espresso on the Sahara Sand cardstock and I love it! The Birthday Blooms stamp set I stamped on the whisper white and cut it out so that there were layers of leaves and the gorgeous bloom. I watercolored just the leaves in Cucumber Crush and Garden Green. I love how part of the Early Espresso bled into the leaves too.


The sentiment is from the Hostess Stamp set - Gift of Love. It is so elegant and perfect for the card I made. Plus it is Polymer and I LOVE sentiments that are polymer - just makes life so much easier.

Thanks for joining us today - Remember currently you are on my blog - Kylie Bertucci. Check out the list below to see who is next in the line up and don't miss a blog as I am sure there will be lots of beautiful designs featuring nature.

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7 comments :

  1. Wow! Very beautiful! I love your card!

    I am looking forward seeing you in Thailand :)

    xx
    Jeanette

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  2. I love your use of soft neutral tones on your card, Kylie! Beautiful as always! xoxo Georgia

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  3. Wow! I love your flower combo and especially your all neutral palette! Lovely!

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  4. Your card is absolute amazing! I love the nature look! Thank you for the organisation from this lovely Blog Hop!

    xoxo Anja

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  5. Gorgeous use of neutrals. And yet, even with neutral tones, you still manage to get that wow-factor "pop" onto the card. Love it Kylie! Enjoy the rest of your day and God Bless, ~Cynthia <><

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