Hello, thank you for joining me this week for the social stamping blog hop set up and created by Kelly Kent. This week we are celebrating family 🙂 Most of my family are in the UK and trying to isolate and stay safe-a challenging time and very different to our experience in WA. I wanted to recreate a family gathering using the Bonanza Buddies stamp set that is soon to retire (sob) and the masking technique. The little flowers are from the Well Written die set and the centres, the Holiday Rhinestones. The background is the Designer Series Paper in Cajun Craze.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you spot the little face who doesn’t look so happy to be at the family gathering-there’s always one!

If you don’t have this set and want it, be quick, it’s on the retirement list-and if you’re interested, I have created a tutorial bundle for five projects using the Bonanza Buddies stamp set in metric and imperial measurements, available as a kit (in Australia) or tutorial (anywhere) on my website.

I’m looking forward to seeing what Nicole Wilson has created and to hopping around the whole blog to see everyone’s creations. If you lose the link up you can use the main link back to Kelly’s post for a list of all participants HERE

Let’s stay connected-thanks for visiting and enjoy the rest of the hop! Lisa x

8 thoughts on “Social stamping-Family”

  1. Michelle Strazds

    Love your gathering of animals. Lol about the one unhappy one. Great idea as this is often the case.

  2. Super clever card Lisa! If it was my family photos, all the kids would be looking in different directions!! Happy Mother’s Day! Kelly x

  3. Quite the family gathering!! Awesome masking. They look so good all together like this, and the Cajun Craze background is gorgeous (not something I often say about that colour). I love the grumpy face up the back – there’s always one, you’re right!! Fab card. Happy Mother’s Day, Lisa.

  4. I am so sad this set is not carrying over! If it was my family photo, someone is always pulling a face or has their eyes closed. Such a happy (well almost except for grumpy in the back) fun card! Mandy

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