Are you a Designer Series Paper Hoarder?

By | 6th January 2017

Hello everyone, well the header gives you a good idea of the topic lol! I know a lot of crafters, and particularly Stampin’ Up! demonstrators have a habit of hoarding their beautiful Designer Series Paper (DSP) and I know that I am one of them. I was full of good intentions before the Christmas catalogue went on sale that I was going to use up all my retired stash before ordering anymore – well that didn’t happen! Pinterest has a lot to answer for, products you weren’t interested in come alive on there as there are so many talented crafters out there that I ended up ordering some and then went to classes and got more…..

However when I was putting all my Christmas stuff away and getting ready for the new Spring Summer catalogue and Saleabration (on sale 4th January – 31st March 2017) I discovered that I am also a KIT HOARDER! I had 5 kits!

#beautifulkit#Stampin'Up!#AnnualCatalogue

#beautifulkit #Stampin’Up! #AnnualCatalogue

 

 

 

 

 

 

One is fully retired and I had used a couple of cards from it, two other from the Annual Catalogue that I had used a couple of cards and two completely unopened! So rather than make New Year resolutions I set myself a short term goal to complete all these kits before I do anything else. Today I finished the original Tin Of Cards Kit and decorated the tin, one lucky person will be getting it as a present. I will let you know how I get on with the other kits in  my next post, one down four to go!

#TinOfCards #Stampin'Up!

#TinOfCards #Stampin’Up!

 

 

 

 

 

 

I decorated the Mint Macarron Tin with Botanical thinlet flowers and leaves in mint macarron and blushing bride, I think it looks good – I’d love to know what you think so please leave a comment below.

Don’t forget – it’s SALEABRATION time! For every £45 you spend through my online shop you get to choose a free product from the special saleabration brochure – click HERE to go to My Stamping’ Up! Shop.

Have fun, Fiona x

 

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