Monday, October 2, 2017

Stamp Review Crew....Beautiful you!


Happy Monday folks! Its time for a new Stamp Review Crew  blog hop. For this one we are showcasing the lovely "Beautiful You" stamp set.  
If you have landed here from the inspiring blog of Charlet Mallett you can continue on the hop to see all of the gorgeous creations from the crew by clicking the "Next" banner below or if you want to start at the top you can click the Stamp Review Crew link or banner above.

I've created two projects for this one and have listed the products/colours below each pic.

Whisper white-Basic Black-Whole Lot of Lovely DSP (Crushed Curry)-Stitched Shapes Thinlits & Mini Sequin Trim.

Daisy Delight Bundle-Fresh Florals DSP-Berry Burst-Lemon Lime Twist & Whisper White.

Now you are to be inspired by the talents of Martha Inchley.

 Charlet Mallett       Martha

Thanks for stopping by!
All supplies used are Stampin Up!


  1. Oh I love how you paper pieced the dresses! Beautiful results!

  2. I love the fresh and summery feel of these cards!

  3. Gorgeous cards, Nikki!! I love the colors and the fun fold in the second one!

  4. Beautiful card and whimsical card - love them both!

  5. both cards. Paper piecing is the way to go for the pop of color!

  6. I really like the use of the Crushed Curry and Black color combo for this lady, but they are both great cards!

  7. Beautiful cards, Nikki! The colors are gorgeous. I LOVE the paper pieced dresses, and the fancy fold!

  8. Beautiful paper piecing technique! I love how pretty the dresses turn out!

  9. Ahh, gorgeous Nikki! Love the bright tones & daisy freshness of the pink card. Kelly x

  10. Love the combination of Berry Burst and Lemon Lime Twist for your z fold card and the detail touches for the Crushed Curry card are just fabulous, Nikki.

  11. Beautiful colorful cards Nikki! Great color choices and "fabric" choices for the paper pierced dresses ;) great job!

  12. Love your ladies! What DSP did you use for the crush curry lady's dress? I don't see it in the Whole Lot of Lovely DSP.

    1. Sorry Michele and thank you! The background is "Whole lot of Lovely" but her spotty dress is from the retired 12x12 Regals paper stack. :0)