INK STAMP SHARE CHRISTMAS IN JULY BLOG HOP

by Stacey Marsh Independent UK Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, July 24, 2021

What does the 24th July mean to you?  For me it's the day after my Husband's Birthday but also the Ink Stamp Share Christmas In July Blog Hop!

I know I know Christmas talk in July can seem a little early but for us Demonstrators we have had our inky hands on the August to December Mini Catalogue for a little while now so Christmas crafting season has arrived!  

The Mini Catalogue is FULL of seasonal products and creative inspiration that will see us through Autumn / Fall, Halloween, Christmas and of course New Years celebration is available to customers from the 3rd August so do join us today for some sneaky peaks of gorgeous new products coming very soon!


But first, what is a Blog Hop?  A Blog Hop is a chance for Demonstrators from around the world to showcase a selection of creative inspiration along a certain theme.  As mentioned earlier today's hop is all about Christmas!  Further down my post you will see a "NEXT" image.  Once you have finished reading my post today, click the NEXT button to hop on over to the next Demonstrator.  Carry on reading through the posts, clicking NEXT until you end up back here with me!  Don't forget if you like something you see to leave us a comment. 


For my card today I have kept it super traditional with some reds, greens and golds which is typically my go-to style for Christmas.  We all have one don't we?!


Almost everything that I have used on my card is BRAND NEW in the August to December Mini Catalogue and I have listed them below as I'm not able to share the product links as yet because they aren't yet available!


I have even used some FREE products that are coming in August and September as part of the next Sale-a-Bration promotion!  You will see alot more about this promotion in the coming weeks but it's a great chance for you to earn FREE products every time you spend in bundles of £45, or choose to buy a Starter Kit! Is there anything better?!


I love the layering details on my Christmas card today and of course the extra attention to detail including the vintage edges of the label die, and the hand drawn dots that I have created.  Plus, did you notice the vellum leaves???

Product List

  • Kraft 6" x 6" Cardstock (Product ID 156325, £5.50 for 20 sheets)
  • Christmas Season Bundle (Product ID 156801, £49.50, includes Christmas Season Photopolymer Stamp Set and Seasonal Label Dies)

Anyway, that's my Christmas in July project for you today, I do hope you took some inspiration from it.  To move forward in today's hop, click the NEXT icon below.  Next up in our hop is the lovely Cheryl who is also here in the UK!




Roll Call

Jo Blackman

Libby Fens

Cindy Mitchell-Clark

Sue McDonald

Annette Ball

Joanna Barnes

Kim Price

Gez Carpenter

Kirsty Pattrick

Tricia Butts

Karen Egan

Mo Rootes

Victoria Littlewood

Tracie St-Louis

Donna Coffman

Donna Lester

Angie McKenzie

Annette Elias

Linda Moore

Stacey Marsh  <<<< YOU ARE HERE

Cheryl Diana


I'm often asked what tools do I use...well here are the basic tools that I simply couldn't craft without!  

Throughout the month of July you can stock up and save on your favourite Designer Series Papers.  Click the banner below to see which ones are available.  


Everyone who shops with me will receive a handmade card to keep or share.  However, when shopping online, enter the Host Code below to receive a thank you gift from me next month


If your order totals more than £150 please do not enter the Host Code. You will be entitled to Stampin' Rewards on your order meaning that you can add additional items to your order for FREE. I will still send you a thank you gift at the end of the month along with your handmade card to keep or share

Click HERE to find out more information on the Host Code

Thanks so much for reading today's blog post, I hope you come back soon.

Have a great day!

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  1. So lovely!! Love the look of your card and how you used the stamps!

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  3. Thank you for sharing this! And honestly speaking it is never too early to start preparing for Christmas. I like to start the preps from mid-August as I make all the cards and gifts by myself I don’t like buying gifts, if I feel like so I would rather give them some cash instead. Hopefully, I will get done with my essay help UK based any day now and I will try these cards as well. It looks adorable.

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