Friday, 27 January 2012

Lots of swaps to share

A couple of weeks ago I took part in a Mini Catalogue swap with some of the lovely ladies on the In Love With Stamping web-site. There were 20 of us but we decided to split into groups of 10, so I made 11 swaps (remembering to keep one for myself and also sending one to Pat who organised the swap as a Thank You since she was not in my group) and received 9 in return.

Here are photos of the 10 from my group (including mine). I have split the cards into groups depending on the stamp set used. I have set this up so that if you click on people's names you will be taken to their blogs.

The cards in this first photo were made using the Create a Cupcake stamp set and matching builder punch. The top card with the cute button was made by Tara Chaplin , the cute handbag (yes a handbag from a cup cake punch) was made by Sandra Roberts and the lovely sparkley cup cake was made by Jo Blackman.

The next set of cards were made using the Charming stamp set. The top one was made by Donna Keene and the bottom one by Leanne Weaver.

The next lovely card was made using the My Friend stamp set and some of the Pocketful of Posies Designer Series Paper by Natalie O'Shea. Natalie is my Stampin' Up! Grandma and I will be working closely with her in February at the Make It Show that is to be held in Farnborough. I will be posting more exciting news about this in the next few days.

This last group was made using the Spiced Paisley stamp set and also the Spice Cake Designer Paper.  Starting at the top and going clockwise we have one made by Elaine Smith, next with the butterfly is the one from Ally Fiddy, the bottom card was made by Clare Gayford and last but not least the one on the left was made by me.

I hope you have enjoyed having a look at the swaps I received.  They are gorgeous and I now have lots of ideas and inspiration for future projects.

If you get a chance, please check back in the next few days to see some more Sale-a-Bration samples.

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