Thursday, April 27, 2017

Be Inspired Design Team Blog Hop


Thank you for joining us this week for the Be Inspired Design Team Blog Hop! You are either starting here or have come from the amazing Allison Okamitsu's blog. This week we are highlighting our favourite season. I LOVE Spring here in Melbourne, Australia. We get pretty hot summers and spring is that wonderful time when the flowers are blooming and it hasn't got too hot yet. It is a wonderful time.

I have a hashtag that you may have heard of - #loveitchopit. I have used this hashtag to help those that have a tendency to hoard the stunning Stampin' Up!® designer series paper. Do you think your paper is too precious to cut? Do you let it stack up and retire?? It is time to take DRASTIC MEASURES and Love it Chop it!!

When I get my 12 x 12" Designer Series Paper I get that guillotine out and I chop that baby up because I love my paper and want others to see it and appreciate it too. And you know what? When I chop it - I can buy MORE! I have given my self permission. So love your paper - chop your paper....

You can get 72 cards from just ONE PACK of 12" x 12" paper. What do 72 cards look like??
Like THIS!!

This is BRAND new paper that is coming up in our Annual Catalogue on the 1st June 2017.



These are my customer cards for those that place an order with me here in Australia and use the host code UBTS9YJ6. My customers love getting their handmade card with a gift each month.


The Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper comes with a Cardstock Pack - I used two of these packs to make the 72 cards. So all you need is one pack of Designer Series Paper - 2 packs of the Cardstock packs - a sentiment and you have 72 cards coming your way!!

Here in Australia that works out to 65c per card!! Woo hoo! Winning!

The paper is cut the paper at 10cm x 14.4cm. In imperial measurements that would be 4" x 5.25" for your card front. Both measurements will get you 72 card fronts. #loveitchopit.


Thank you so much for supporting our amazing design team - I am thrilled and still pinching myself that I get to hop with these incredibly talented demonstrators. Next up is the super talented Katy Harrison  Enjoy the hop! Don't miss one blog.


Blog Hop List

Louise Sharp
Brian King
Allison Okamitsu
Kylie Bertucci
Katy Harrison
Maike Ulbrich
Carolynn Sander
Kimberly Van Diepen
Nadine Hößrich
Sarah Berry


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9 comments :

  1. Such great cards and a wonderful showcase of these beautiful papers, Kylie! Love it!

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  2. Such beautiful cards! I've heard of a one sheet wonder, but this is a one pack wonder!

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    1. That's a great name for it - one pack wonder!! Thanks for coming by Candy.

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  3. So glad I checked out the blog hop, your cards are gorgeous, and your use of DSP is BRILLIANT!!

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    1. Thanks Char. Such a great way to make sure we use our paper packs.

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  4. Kylie, this is amazing! I had no idea you could get so many lovely and different cards from one pack of paper. I hate admitting it, but I am always hesitant to cut into fhe beautiful SU papers. I am staring at a sealed pack from a few years ago, as I write this - almost like it's admonishing me to cut it up. I will do it, eventually. Thanks for the great inspiration.

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  5. Thanks Kylie, this whole concept has opened my eyes and has put an end to my DSP hoarding. I've got my card making mojo back and finally have cards not only for customers but for friends and family. :)

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  6. Thanks for sharing this!! Great way to use the paper. I fall in the hoarder category myself. I love the DSP paper. I will have to start cutting it up and using it since so many of mine are retiring!!

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