World of Imagination Blog Hop

Hey there!

You may have made it here from Carol’s blog, so happy to welcome you here at my place.

It’s an exciting day today as we show you so great new products from Sarah Hurley that the team is drooling about.  I’m sure that you will love them all as much as we do.

We are celebrating the launch of the new “World of Imagination” range on the 10th (that’s tomorrow yey!) this is a range that Sarah has been working on and we’re very happy to share it to the world with this initial launch.

One of the great range of products is this card.

These large greeting cards can be personalised and come with a large badge – perfect for Birthdays or any occasion, there are also Party Invites to match!


The Mayor of Make Believe will be waiting for you at the 365 blog to see what you thought of the range, tell him what you would like to win and we’ll pick one lucky winner to win the prize of their choice 

This closes on 15th at midnight GMT.

From here, your next stop is Clare Newcombe!

Thanks for stopping by  🙂

Digi Monday + GDT

Recently, I’m looking on ways to improve my blog. I’m considering a scheduled project post from digi stamps, to stamps, to sewing. It will be a weekly highlight on project/s that I did for the week. Or it can be a digi project I’m currently working on that I will soon share in a Monday.

I will be calling the digi projects as Digi Monday as I’ll be focusing in digital projects as such. I did a badge for this  digi weekly round-up.

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On another note, I’m so happy to share that I will be a guest designer at Chi Chi Memories from September to October. I specially love their cute and adorable digital images that you can use in cards, invitations, tags, scrapbook page and other craft projects.

There will be a monthly digi release (every 1st of the month) and I’m starting off my take by using this month’s new release called Stamp Set – Party Time. 

I used the cute ‘party organizers’ as my main characters in a tea party invitation. I did the layout using Illustrator but it can also be done using Word doc. I colored the images using promarkers.

For the envelope, I resize the same images and printed them in the envelope.  As the envelope is thinner than cardstock, I colored the images with colored pencils. The colorful borders were from Sarah Hurley’s All Sewn Up! digi scrapbook kit.

Looking on party invites just makes me smile 🙂

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CCM envelope

You can visit the Chi Chi Memories blog for more inspiration.

Invitation cards

I’m sharing here today an invitation card that I did using Hey Dude! digistamp from The Stamping Shack. Doing this invite is so easy and anyone can do this in no time at all. I’m posting the process at The Stamping Shack blog so you can check them out too.

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