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Art With Heart Stampin' Up! Team PINK October Blog Hop

Think pink

Yeah, it's Art With Heart team monthly blog hop time. This month, our lovely team member who organises the blog hop, Ros Davidson, has chosen all things PINK as our theme. This is a great theme for spring, and also breast cancer awareness month. We hope our blog hop inspires you to get creative with the various shades of pink that Stampin’ Up! offer in our collection of 53 different colours available. 

I hope chosen pink and pretty for my card tonight.

Stampin Up Petal Promenade DSP, Fourish Thinlits, stiched shapes framelits, stitched labels framelits, Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamp set. 2018 birthday card by Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia.

The pink I have chosen is POWDER PINK, which is one of the 2016-2018 In Colours. It's a lovely soft pink which although it isn't listed as a coordinating colour (two other pinks are though),coordinates beautifully with the soft colours in the Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper Pack. This paper is so beautiful and feminine. I have also used some Soft Sea Foam and Smoky Slate in there. The Framelits I have used in all of the layering are: Stitched Labels, Stitched Shapes and and the Flourish Thilits. My greeting is from Happy Birthday, Gorgeous stamp set.

Stampin Up Petal Promenade DSP, Fourish Thinlits, stiched shapes framelits, stitched labels framelits, Happy Birthday Gorgeous stamp set. 2018 birthday card by Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia.

I hope you like my pink card today. Now it's time to continue along the way of the blog hop to my lovely friend Rachel Woollard.

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If you get lost along the way, here's a full list of the blog hop participants this month. Looking to join Stampin' Up!? We would love to welcome you into our friendly team and have you join in our regular weekly and monthly blog hops.

Sharon Davern

Kate Morgan

Andrea Roberts

Tina Gillespie

Ros Davidson

Catherine Proctor

Caroline Manwaring

Rachel Palmieri

Sue Madex

Rebecca Jacovou

Alisha Watson

Claire Daly

Rachel Woollard

Monika O’Neill

June Kempster

 

Thanks for stopping by today. Have a fabulous day, and make sure you get in touch with me or any of the girls along the hop if you are interested in joining a fun and friendly Stampin' Up! team from anywhere in Australia.

Claire

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Catherine Proctor

Claire, I love your soft sea foam with the powder pink...both such soft colours that work perfectly with this gorgeous DSP!

Caroline

Oh Claire, your card is so pretty and feminine. I love the colour combination, I LOVE pink and grey together. Actually that was the colour theme for our wedding - soft pinks and silver greys and white. Love your card!

Kate Morgan

Claire, that’s a super, pretty, feminine card and wonderful colour combination. Love this dsp!

Ros Davidson

A lovely feminine and spring themed card Very soft and pretty. Thanks for taking part in the "Think Pink" blog hop.

Sue Madex

That is such pretty paper. Love your greeting element to team so well with it.

Andrea

This definitely lives up to the "pink and pretty"! I especially love the way you have layered all of your elements!

June Kempster

Such stunning DSP. The die cuts compliment it beautifully. Beautiful card.

monika o'neill

What a stunning card Claire, the DSP is one of my favourites so pretty and all the layering is just gorgeous. xx

Sharon Davern

What a gorgeously stunning card Claire, I love how you have used the die cuts over the DSP which is so beautiful.

Rachel Woollard

Lovely, lovely lovely, paper, colours and bling, just lovely!

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