Playing with Painted Petals

I’m finishing 2014 with a sizzle – 3 cards in one post – woo hoo!!!  Thanks for all your support during the year.

During 2014, I published 237 blog posts and had over 15000 views!  It’s been so much fun to share what I love with other papercrafters around the world.

My top 3 posts were:

  1. Peppa Pig,
  2. ESAD Blog Hop – Seeing Stars
  3. Olaf Punch Art

Based on that, it’s probably no surprise that my most clicked category was Punch Art.

Most of my visitors (almost 7000!) came via search engines (thanks Mr Google) or Pinterest and they lived in Australia or USA.  Anne Barker, one of my lovely local customers, left me the most comments.

Thank you to everyone!  It’s been an amazing journey so far, that I can’t wait to continue in 2015.  Kelly x


Today’s cards feature more of the wonderful products that are coming up in the 2015 Occasions catalogue including the very beautiful Painted Petals stamp set.  Start writing your wishlist now, ordering starts 6th Jan 2015.

How many new products can you spy as I play around with the Painted Petals stamp set?

This card is based around the current Freshly Made Sketches #167 sketch.

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FMS Final 167-001

This card ‘stems’ (pun intended hehe) from the leftover pieces from FMS design.  I had intended to make 2 identical cards (I often do that to save time), but had fun playing around with the pieces to create something same-same-but-different.

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The laste on is my favourite – a birthday card made using the Painted Petals stamps to create a heart shaped wreath.  I had this floating around in my head since my new products arrived.  It’s ‘amazingly amazing’ when ideas translate to designs.

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Did you catch all the new products?  There were 5 in total:

Note: some of the links to new products in this blog post will come up with an error until the catalogue becomes available to the general public on 6th January 2015.

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