Saturday, 3 December 2016

Jems December Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the final Jem's blog hop of this year.
This month it's all about revisiting a favourite project or product from the year
 so I thought I would revisit a post, one of my favourite 'less is more' cards.

The number of years stamp set is so useful for those special birthdays and anniversaries!

I think wreaths are so versatile, suitable for many occasions and so simple to create,
especially with the foliage and petite flowers in the Number of years stamp set.

 I diecut a small circle using a post it note to create a mask.
Then simply stamped the foliage and flowers randomly to create a wreath

The little sentiment is from the cute Balloon celebration stamp set.

Thank you for popping by today, and don't forget to check out Tracy's blog
 by clicking on the photo below for more inspiration.



  1. Stunning Katy as always! Congratulations on your Artisan news I am looking forward to seeing all your makes, a big year ahead for you....

  2. Love your card Katie especially the way you've used the other stamps in the set to create the wreath. Easy to overlook these little stamps & just use the numbers. Thanks for taking part & good luck with your Artisan year.x

  3. So pleased for you doing the artisan year, it all sounds so exciting, look forward to seeing what you make for that. k x

  4. Congrats on joining the Artisan team, well deserved! Your card is beautiful, love it. xx

  5. Katy I loved this back when you made it and still love it now and you know how much I LOVE that you are on the Artisan team!

  6. A gorgeous design and can't wait to follow your Artisan adventures x

  7. Great card and well done on the Artisan team, can't wait to see your makes xx

  8. Wow, very clever use of the stamps x

  9. Great card Katy...and congratulations again and looking forward to seeing your lovely 2017 Artisan makes

  10. Love this card and I like how its been mounted on brown card aswell, lovely rustic look

  11. Lovely card, looking forward to seeing your Artisan makes in 2017


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