April 30, 2017

STAMPlorations Inspiration # 131

Hey everyone!  I can't believe that April is over.  The month just seem to speed past so quickly. Here, in Jemseg, Spring has finally arrived.  Warmer temps, buds forming on the trees, grass starting to grow and spring flowers popping up. And rain. Lots of rain. 😜

Today, over at STAMPlorations we've got one last Inspiration post to share with you this month.  But don't worry we'll be back at it again in May!  This time it's an anything goes post. Take a look....

I just love all the wonderful phrase dies we've got now. It's awesome how you can make a lovely little card from some patterned paper, glitter tape and a die cut. That's pretty much all I did for this card and I just love it. The phrase die can be found HERE.  This paper is from a small paper pack I got from my former Inkspirational teammate, Yvonne.  It's by Martha Stewart. I just love the colours and how some of the snowflakes have a bit of sheen to them.

Well, I hope you pop on over to the main blog and check out what the rest of the DT made.  Leave a comment there and be entered for a chance to win a $10 gift certificate to the STAMPlorations store!

Have a lovely day and thanks for stopping by!

Guess what?!  Now, over at the STAMPlorations store, you can use my personal STAMPlorations discount code to save 20% off stamps, stencils and dies!  You can use it on regular and sale priced items.  However, it cannot be combined with any other discount codes.  Just enter in STAMPGIRLKIM in the discount code spot and you are good to go!  :-)  Happy shopping!


  1. Lovely card :) i love that die cut!

  2. Lovely. I am one who can't think about Christmas until it is almost past so this commendable to make a winter card now. Such a pretty combo of colors.

  3. Beautiful card.
    Looks like you put hours into
    getting the background, rather
    than a few items.
    thanks for sharing.

  4. I love your non-traditonal colors for your pretty snowflake holiday card. TFS Kim. Hugs..


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