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Stamping Sunday Blog Hop Myths and Magic

  


Welcome to another Stamping Sunday Blog Hop :) This month the Stamping Sunday Design Team are showcasing the super cool Stampin' Up! Myths & Magic Suite from the Spring/Summer Occasions Catalogue. As always we have some wonderful projects to show you so make sure you check out all the blogs taking part!




You are currently at the blog of Lea Denton in the UK (just in case you get lost!) and when you get to the bottom of the photos you'll find the links to the other Design Team members taking part this month.






I wasn't really too bothered about this suite when I first saw it. I mean, yes it's cute but as a hardcore Harry Potter fan it didn't 'feel' right - yep, dumb I know! Anyway, as it was part of our Design Team Hop this month I went ahead and got it and OMG I AM A TOTAL CONVERT! This has GOT to be one of the best Stampin' Up! suite EVER! As you can probably tell, once I got started I couldn't put it down. Just goes to show, even if you don't like something initially you can soon learn to love it :)


As you can see, I ended up with two fancy fold cards - the first is a flip fold card that the wonderful Amanda Bates taught me how to make and the second, a super cool castle card for a very special little niece of mine.


Of course, being my niece she loves everything Harry Potter and also ADORES unicorns and mermaids so this one is kind of a double whammy for her :)


  

How cool are these little boxes! So easy to do... just run a Clear Tiny Treat Box through your Big Shot in either the Seaside Embossing Folder or the Brick Wall Embossing Folder. Line them with the Myths & Magic Paper of your choice and secure with a ribbon to get a really cute gift box to match your cards.


Thank you once again for visiting me today. Make sure you click the name after mine in the list to carry on through the hop.


I hope you enjoyed my post today. If you would like to make this project, simply click the links throughout the page to go straight to my ONLINE SHOP to purchase your crafting supplies. Please do remember that if your order is less than £150 to use this month’s Hostess Code which you will find at the top right of my blog below the tab navigation bar and at the bottom of each post.  At the end of each month I add up all the Hostess Codes that have been used, convert them to Stampin’ Rewards and divide this between everyone that has ordered for that month….. which means….. YOU will receive a little something lovely through the post at the beginning of the following month but ONLY if you've used the Hostess Code.  If your order is over £150 please don't use the code to make sure all the Stampin’ Rewards come directly to you (only individual orders in excess of £150 qualify for Stampin’ Rewards). Unsure what to do or need help ordering?  Click HERE or give me a shout and I'll help you out :)   I love to hear what you think of my projects so please feel free to leave me a message in the comments section below.

Until next time......


  Happy crafting with love from
       Lea xx

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7 comments

  1. Wow Lea, you made so amazing projects! Your cards are grandiose! To emboss the cleare tiny treat boxes is a greate Idea too!
    xoxo Anja

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  2. Amazing Lea! Your niece is going to adore these cards!! I just can't quit scrolling back and taking in more of the details.

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  3. Wow Lea, just love love these, I have this set not had chance to play. Any chance of a tutorial on the castle card its just fabulous. I like the other card too, so maybe another tutorial for that. havent seen to many of your videos of late so would be magic if you could. xx

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  4. So many beautiful projects! Can't choose which one I love most... Great job! xx

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  5. Seriously wow! The castle is incredible! I love how you stamped the vines to create that realistic look, and of course the griffyndor colours on the knight :)

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  6. Hi Lea, I'm just looking and looking! The castle and the cards are fantastic, I love it :)

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  7. Hi Lea. Your creations are amazing. I had to scroll at least 4 times to see all your beautiful details. I am so happy you bought the Suite. D xox

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