I am hugely honoured to be part of the Stampin’ Up! European demonstrator events council. I get to be involved in planning our incredible demonstrator OnStage events, as well as working as an employee at the events and presenting too – but best of all I get to work with the other awesome members of the team. There is one demonstrator from each of our European market countries – Aude from France, Yvonne from Netherlands, Judith from Austria and Eva from Germany – and I had the best time getting to know these lovely ladies in Amsterdam.
We thought we’d have our own little blog hop, and here is our first one. You’ve probably joined me from Judith’s blog and I know you will have loved her post – so hope you like mine too.
We had a nice wide theme – summer/holidays and here is my project – a cute mini album. I found it on Pinterest and have traced the layout and instructions to Tracy’s blog.
I kept this one fairly clean, and have only used two (ish!) products. I sometimes embellish my albums a bit more than this, but wanted to show what you can do with the awesome Color Theory suite. This was actually the suite that I presented at our event in Amsterdam, and I still love it – especially those amazing glittter dots! We also used these products at my retreat last weekend, and made some cards, a 12 by 12 scrapbook page and some pocket memory keeping pages too – it is incredibly versatile! I used my favourite ever ribbon to close the album, the crumpled seam binding is so gorgeous and makes fabulous bows every time.
Each ‘page’ of the album has at least one tag, and although it looks complicated I promise it really isn’t!
I hope you like my project, and now it’s time to head over to Yvonne’s blog for lots of lovely projects!
If you’d like to hop around all of our posts here are all our links – and a picture of us all from Amsterdam