It is that time again where I am once again playing along with Kylie’s International Blog Highlights which is so much fun. This month our theme is Gratitude inspired by Thailand!
What is Kylie’s International Highlights? It is where Demonstrators from all around the world take part in a monthly Blog Highlight. It’s a great way to get to know other Demonstrators & see projects using current Stampin’ Up!® product. Each month Kylie has a different theme so we get to play with different product.
What is so different about this Blog Highlight? YOU get to vote for your top 5 favourites. The top ten will then get to take part in an international blog hop with Kylie & other talented successful demonstrators.
What do I do? All you have to do is click on the “Vote for Me” photo at the side or head on over to Kylie’s Blog, click on the heart in the top right hand side of the picture.
Can I leave comments? Sure you can. Once you have voted, click on any picture & comment on those that you really love. You know how bloggers love to read your comments.
My card was one I had started playing with a couple of weeks ago & has been sitting on my desk in bits & pieces for a couple of weeks now. Instead of starting from scratch I challenged myself to use what I had started so I sat down & then bang, it hit me. The flowers from the “Wood Words” Stamp Set were perfect as they remind me of Thailand. The colours I didn’t have to change at all as I had gone with Berry Burst & Lemon Lime Twist Inks & Card & I think they are the perfect colours……
I do hope all the Demonstrators who have earned the Thailand Incentive Trip are enjoying themselves as it is such a lovely country.
There is a free tutorial on how I created my card by clicking on the link below. It gives you all the product used plus the measurements (metric & imperial).
Don’t forget to head on over to Kylie’s Blog to check out all the lovely cards that have been created & to vote for your favourites. I’m #17 (just in case you are looking).
Until next time, Happy Stampin’
250. Hello Friend – Wood Words