Saturday, 28 April 2012

Hi All,
Welcome to the first blog hop on my new website. Today a few Stampin Up Demonstators who are also great friends of mine have got together to bring you some lovely items from our new Autumn/winter mini. I would have to say it is one of my fav's so far. I just can't resist anything in it, its all way to gorgeous.
Anyway back to the hop. You may have just hopped over from the lovely Di Dunk's home on the web. If you didnt, not to worry, keep foloowing the link at the bottom of each page and you will see everyones items along way. Dont forget to leave them a message to let them know you popped by to have a look, we all love to know when we have had visitors.
I have used a few things from the new mini to make all these cards. Our new edgelit dies and matching textured embossing folders, the stunning DSP is twitterpated and the stamp set Apothecary Art. I have tried to use them 'NOT' in the standard way to give it a different look. 

 You can see underneath how different just a colour change can make them.
 My last cards have used the same DSP dies and folders but have used a stamp set called Rue Des Fleurs, which is stunning. I have used the well scripted stamp set from the main catalogue for the wording and I have used a wonderfully welcomed new "Simply Scored" to do the scored lines around the edges. This is a must have item for all paper crafters. So so handy.

A little bling around the edges and they are done, so quick to make.

Anyway I have to share you with everyone else so now it is off to the talented Kathryn Mangelsdorf's page to see what she has made for us.
If you have any questions about my products or items contact me 
and we can talk.
Anyway I'm heading over to Kathryn's, see you there!!!


Christine Henderson said...

First comment on your new blog site! Your cards are beautiful Ros...they have such an elegant them all!

Sue M said...

Wow Alisha - love how you've used Apothecary Art in a different way, really shows off those beautiful flowers. And LOVE the edges with the DSP and those whatsits. So elegant.

Christine Blain said...

Oh, Alisha, these are drop-dead gorgeous!!! I LOVE red, black and white, and you have showcased the beautiful DSP perfectly. Such elegant cards; I'll be CASEing them for sure, my friend! The scored frames around the Whisper White cards look fabulous. You never fail to inspire me.

Rachel said...

Very elegant, just beautiful.

Tina said...

Wow! I love the different ways you've used the edgelits! The scored frame on the last card is fantastic. I love all the cards you've made - just gorgeous!

Claire said...

These are really elegant Alisha. the black and red and white colour combination is really striking.

Anonymous said...

I love these Alisha - they are so lovely - they look so elegant. I too love a red, white and black colour combo - do I dare to write GO Saints lol xxxx

Alison said...

Lovely set of cards

Anonymous said...

OMG! How awesome & stylish are your cards? I really love the way you have used the Apothecary Art stamp set! TFS!

Margaret Knoops

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous cards, Alisha. Love the scored frame and corner treatment with the famelits on the last ones, especially.

Christine Blain said...

Hey, Leesh, check out my blog - I have an award for you!!