by Stacey Marsh Independent UK Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, February 11, 2023


Hello and welcome to the February Ink Stamp Share Showcase Blog Hop!

Today myself and Demonstrators from around the globe are sharing projects with you that they have been working on recently.  There is no theme so you are in for lots of projects to inspire your creativity!

Further down this post you will see a list of Demonstrators taking part today.  To visit their pages, just click on their names and don't forget to leave a comment on the ones that have inspired you!

For my post today, I am sharing a card that I have designed using the FREE Thanks a Bunch stamp set that is only available until the end of February!

I have seen so many gorgeous designs using this FREE stamp set, and I have really enjoyed using it to create this card design that I am sharing with you all today.  
To create my card, I have used one of my favourite embossing techniques where you add ink to the inside of the embossing folder before you run it through the Stampin' Cut and Emboss Machine!  This gives a gorgeous look to your embossing where you can really see the detail that much more.  Here I have used Soft Suede Ink and Crumb Cake Card with the Timber 3D Embossing Folder. Don't you think the effect is really cool?
The carrot images in this Thanks a Bunch Stamp Set are really fun to create; they are two-step images where you can stamp the main shape and then add detail with another stamp over the top.  I have stamped my carrots with Pumpkin Pie Ink and added the leaves on top using Shaded Spruce Ink, and don't they look so realistic?

The sentiment adds a really fun dimension to this card and I have created a two-colour effect here by stamping first in Shaded Spruce Inkand then onto another piece of card stamped it in Pumpkin Pie Inkcut around the word "carrots" and stuck it over the original sentiment.  

As mentioned earlier, there are Demonstrators from around the globe taking part in today's Blog Hop, and I have listed them below for you.  To see what they have made, just click on their names!

You may have seen me mention that the Thanks a Bunch Stamp Set is currently available for FREE!  When you place an order between now and the end of February 2023 that totals £45 / €60 you can choose an item from our Sale-a-Bration product range, of which this stamp set features in!    

Click the banner below to find out more information.  

For more information on the products that I used to create today's project, I have shared everything below for you.  

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

Everyone who shops with me will receive a handmade card to keep or share.  However, when shopping online, enter the Online Shopping Code below to receive a thank you gift from me next month
If your order totals more than £150 please do not enter the Shopping 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, mini card kit and, of course, a thank you card designed by me!

Click HERE to find out more information on the Online Shopping Code

Choose £170 worth of product and pay just £99, or £125 for £170 worth of product AND get a Mini Stampin' Cut and Emboss Machine for FREE!

Want to get the most amount of product for your money, this is the best deal!

You will also have full access to the global community of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators, get 20% discount on your orders until the end of July 2023 and be part of my Stampin' Stars team. 

Click HERE for all the details.  There is no obligation to demonstrate or sell, you can simply join just to take advantage of the discount, so many do!

On Facebook?  Join my closed Stampin' With Stacey Marsh group for daily inspiration, weekly giveaways and more!  This group is open to all crafters wherever you are in the world!  Click the banner above to join us. 

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

Have a great day!

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