My stampin' up! blog - Stamping Scene

Hello and welcome to my blog. I'm an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator in the UK and love sharing my passion for paper crafting and Stampin' Up! products. Thank you for visiting I hope to see you again soon. Zoe x

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Independent Stampin' Up! Demo at Sincerely Yours Newark

A huge Tantalizing Thank You to everyone who visited my stand at Sincerely Yours Newark on Sunday.  It was a family affair on the stand.  My gorgeous daughter Olivia is a regular helper, but this weekend my son Charlie also came along to help and did a fantastic job showing folk a little faux water colouring technique on the make and take table.  I'm so proud of both my kids.  Our next show is in the Mountbatten Centre in Portsmouth so do come and say hello on Sunday 12 June.

Displayed were some sneak peeks of the new in colours from Stampin' Up! and some new product makes.  Top of the post you can see a simple card made with some new papers called Playful Palette, Emerald Envy and Sweet Sugarplum card stock and one of my favourite dies and stamps the Botanical Blooms.  You can also see a sentiment from incoming Stampin Up set Confetti Celebration which I was lucky enough to win in prize patrol at our recent Stampin' Up! Demo event at Telford International Centre.  

Do you like the new colours so far?  

Back with more soon.


Adeline said...

how lovely that your children come and have fun with you! Your card is simply gorgeous!xxx

dutchess said...

Great seeing you all Zoe....and loving the card so bright and colourful xxxxxx

Gibmiss said...

Hi Zoe
A real family affair... Fabulous card... Love the background
Hugs Sylvie x

Zoe Tant said...

It was fab to have them with me Adeline and thanks for your kind comments about the card. x

Zoe Tant said...

You too Margaret and thank you. x

Zoe Tant said...

It certainly was and a lot of fun. Thank you. The background is from a new paper stack in the new catty Sylvie. I'm sure your demo will help you out with the details. Zx

Pia S said...

I think that black and white patterned paper adds interest to the design of beautiful pink and turquoise colors, it's delicate and feminine but it also has an edge to it. I really like it.