stampin' up! | sophisticated serifs

Hello and welcome to my blog.

Firstly I apologise for the lack of blog posts this week! We are on school holidays  for a couple of weeks, so I am spending time with my family. Last Saturday I went to Paris for the day to attend an atelier by Ali Edwards at Version Scrap, so I am still buzzing from that experience!

Today I am here with a very quick project using the Sophisticated Serifs stamp set from Stamping' Up! I love this stamp set and here is a closer look at it ~

You can see that you get two sizes of alphabets, accents and there are the French and German specific characters. There are also some florals and a frame.

For my project to share with you today I cased Sam at Pootle's set of notecards and presentation box. Seriously the possibilities with this stamp set are endless, for a small investment you can make lots and lots of personalised presents. Other than the stamp set you need card stock, ink, ribbon and a few embellishments if you wish. And these are things that most of us already have in our stash.

So this stamp set can be used again and again to make beautiful gifts. Here is my presentation box that holds the notecards ~

This set is for my mum for Mother's Day - she is lucky as she lives in England and we live in France and as Mother's Day is celebrated on two different days she gets two sets of cards and presents a year. I hope she doesn't read my blog (I don't think she does!) but I have to be careful where I post photos on Facebook!

Here are my supplies (if you click on them it will take you direct to my online store) ~

Card stock - Whisper White A4
Seam Binding Ribbon - Whisper White, Wisteria Wonder
Embellishments - Pearl Accents

I hope you enjoyed my project today, I will be back shortly to show the notecards that go inside the above presentation box. Have a beautiful day.x

Remember you can reserve your copy of the new Stampin' Up! 2015/2016 Catalogue from me - find all the information here.

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