Go For Greece Blog Hop ~ April

Hello and welcome back to my blog. You must be wondering what is going on as I have updated my little blog a lot lately, well that is simply because there is a lot going on and I am super inspired to share everything at the moment.
I had a really lovely comment from a lady that I met at Onstage that she loves that since I have become an Artisan team member that I update my blog regularly with non-Artisan related stuff still and that got me super inspired to keep going and sharing what I love doing and that is creating!

I am participating in the Go For Greece Training Group Blog Hop today. This group was created by one of my uplines Kylie Bertucci as a training group for demonstrators who wish to learn more about succeeding within Stampin' Up! and it really is the best group and so inspiring with loads of successful and motivating demonstrators posting tips and doing regular talks. 
I have gained a lot from being a member of this group.

Today I am sharing something special I actually made for Kylie from her team The Crazy Crafters which we gifted to her at Onstage with some gift vouchers for some of their favourite places (including Kmart...if you are Australian you will understand the addiction. Haha!)

So here it is...


I was super inspired by the lovely Dawn Griffith's to make this card so that it had plenty of room for all the signatures of our rather huge team! You can see the tutorial to make this card here on Dawn's YouTube channel. You can also see Dawn's blog here.

I channeled Kylie's love of Designer Series Paper and decided to 'Love it Chop it' quite literally and dug into my Naturally Eclectic Designer Series Paper teamed with the Naturally Eclectic bundle. I made it bright with lots of patterns, all the things I think of when I think of the lovely and amazing Kylie! You can see all the products linked in the bottom of this post.


This is the header for this amazing hop. There are so many amazing people participating. Be sure to check out all the blogs linked below to see some amazing inspiration! 


Here's a look at the finished inside of the card where I have used the Layering Oval Framelits combined with Stitched Shapes Framelits to create more room for people to write their messages to Kylie. Trust me we filled this baby up with lots of messages!


And a close up look of the finished card all folded up and ready to gift.
FYI...this does actually fit in one of our normal C6 envelopes which is perfect OR you could get creative and make a personalised envelope from Designer Series Paper using the Envelope Punch Board. 

I hope you enjoyed this hop today and are inspired to hop along and check out the other links, there is some amazing work here!




Happy Crafting! xx

SHOP ONLINE: My online store is open 24/7 and you can always shop for the supplies I have used to create any of the projects on my blog. Click on the images of the products at the bottom of the post to be taken right to my online store. 

QUESTIONS: Do you have any questions? Please leave me a comment or send me an email to kaylarenee@stampinwithkayla.com

ARE YOU IN AUSTRALIA & NEED A CATALOGUE? Let me send you one (if you don’t already have a demonstrator) Email me with your postal address to kaylarenee@stampinwithkayla.com


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Vicki Hunter said...

I love this card Kayla.....very beautiful indeed
Definitely I am going to keep in mind for the future.

creatief met marsie said...

A nice project you've made.

Cheryll Miller said...

Gorgeous Kayla, love this wonderful piece of artwork. I know Kylie will treasure it ... almost as much as the Kmart voucher ... lol! :) xxx

Tatiana Creative said...

Love the colours. Gorgeous. Kylie is very lucky!

Jenny Hall said...

Too cool, Kayla! And your color choices are gorgeous!

Narelle Fasulo said...

WOW Kayla, this is amazing. What a thoughtful gift. I love it.

Libby Dyson said...

Great card Kayla, it's amazing with all the different elements. Thanks for the inspiration

Shelly Wadge said...

I absolutely love this Kayla. You have inspired me to have a go at making one myself x

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