Friday, 11 December 2020

Stamp 'N Hop December Blog Hop


Hello and welcome to the monthly Stamp N’ Blog Hop! 

If you're starting here, come and join the hop! If you have just arrived from Karen's blog, isn't her project fabulous? 

To see all of today's projects all you have to do is scroll down this page until you find the 'Next' button. Click 'Next' to be taken to the next blog and repeat until you end up back here again! 

This month’s theme is Christmas! It's hands down my favourite time of the year to craft. 

You'll be spoilt for inspiration today with over 20 papercraft projects from papercrafters and demonstrators from all over the world!


Today I am using the popular Trimming the Town DSP - I don't know about you but I have thoroughly enjoyed creating with the Trimming the Town suite this year.

Is this patterned paper still in stock in your country? Or has it sold out in the End of Year Closeout? 


There is no stamping on this card - everything has been fussy cut from the paper.

I love how cute the row of little houses is - in fact, I recently created some treat bags using exactly the same technique - click here to check them out.


#toptip It doesn't matter if you have half a house or part of a house missing (vertically) - this may be from where you have cut the paper previously and are using up scraps. All you need to do is layer your houses over each other so that this missing part it is not seen!


I have added layers of a Poppy Parade and Whisper White underneath the Misty Moonlight stripey patterned paper. 

Adding the scalloped oval from the Layering Circles dies in Poppy Parade and also one house in the same colour, ties everything together. 


I've decorated the inside of the card too and have followed the same design but this time I have added a Poppy Parade scalloped square from the Layering Squares dies. 

I found some more scraps and fussy cut another house, a sentiment and some people. They are honestly a piece of cake to fussy cut and they are the perfect addition to my scene.

For one final touch, I added Whisper White and Misty Moonlight twine - from the Flowers for Every Season Combo Pack


Thank you so much for visiting my blog - I hope you enjoyed my project today! I really enjoyed creating this.

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Next up on the Stamp N' Hop blog hop we have Alison who has created a lovely project for you. Simply click next to hop from blog to blog to see all of the fabulous projects!

Alternatively you can visit each blog by clicking on the names in the roll call below.

10 comments:

  1. Fun cards Karen. Thank you for sharing & thank for hopping along with us this month.

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  2. Sorry Kim. I have too many tabs open on the hop. Time to close a few I think!

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  3. Lovely card, Kim. I love the colours you have used. Not your usual for Christmas but they work so well with your lovely card. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Such a lovely card Kim, these papers have been the highlight of my christmas projects this year and will really miss them!xx

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  5. Love the clean and simple look of your card Kim, so going to miss this set x

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  6. I love this card - absolutely gorgeous

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