Monday, 25 July 2016

Global Stampers - July 2016

I hope you had a chance to check out yesterday's projects for the Global Stampers July Blog Hop/Swap. This month we went with the theme 2016-2018 In Colors,  and I shared my Emerald Envy projects.

Today I'm sharing the projects made by the other members of the group. If you would like to find out more about each them you can click on the photo or the individuals name and this will take you to a separate window with the appropriate blog post.

Dapper Denim - Ann Lewis



I love the Touches of Texture stamp set, and the positive/negative technique is a great way to highlight the images in this set.

Flirty Flamingo - Valérie Perlin 


I don't know about you, but flamingos are all the rage here in the UK. You can't walk down the high street without seeing them in shop windows.

Valérie used the Pop of Paradise stamp set along with the Popcorn Box Thinlits Die to make a cute Thank You gift the contains some sweets.

Peekaboo Peach - Robbie Rubala


Robbie has used the May Flowers Framelits to cut out some Peekaboo Peach cardstock. The black card that the leaves and flowers are set out really make them pop.

Sweet Sugarplum - Robbie Rubala

Unfortunately, Kelly was unable to take part in the first blog swap so Robbie has been kind enough to step into her spot for this month. Hopefully Kelly will be able to join us in August.


I haven't linked the photo to Robbie's blog as she hasn't posted the photo of this cute box as yet.

All 2016-2018 In Colors - Alicia Yap


Alicia volunteered to use all five of the new In Colors and she has really gone to town with them.

Everyone has made fabulous projects and I hope you enjoy checking them out. 

Don't forget, the group will be sharing more projects on the 4th Sunday of each month so I hope you will check back then to see them. In the meantime, each of us will be posting other individual projects on our blogs, so I hope you choose to follow each of our pages.

Fiona x

PS Please scroll down to the next post to read my intro and also see my projects.

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