Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Sneak Peek: Blendabilities and Bloom With Hope

I was surprised recently to be asked to provide a voucher for a customer’s birthday. That fact in itself isn’t surprising as I often provide gift vouchers – it was the fact that this particular customer was turning 50 which caused me to raise my eyebrows. 

Could it be that stamping keeps you looking young? Let’s hope so… and let’s all keep stamping as a precaution!

The card I made is a mix of the old and new. Some outgoing ribbons and dies, mixed with some brand new stamps and colours. It is definitely a “throw everything at it” card for a very special occasion and I do hope she liked it – I know she’ll have loved the contents at least! The colour combo is Blackberry Bliss (yum!) with its lighter counterpart Rich Razzleberry and fellow In Color, Hello Honey. 



  1. Yes I loved it and was totally blown away with the generosity of my friends and colleagues ..... I actually thought that you very cleverly gave me a glimpse of what I thought was going to be my new favourite colour and now I know it will be .... Blackberry Bliss, love, love, love and thanks for making/providing the great card. See you in a couple of weeks..... something else to look forward to.

  2. Happy Birthday Sue, and Blackberry Bliss is going to be a favourite of mine as well.

  3. Yes Tracey, we were talking about a decent purple weren't we? Obviously the SU gods were listening to us! ;)


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