Tuesday, 1 June 2021

Hello There!

Hi folks,

Remember this set from Stamping' Up? It's not seen ink for quite some time but I thought it would be ideal for Time Out's challenge 'items from inside your home with the option of embossing:'


We all have phones in our homes but admittedly this one is a bit old fashioned! 

I've used the pic over at Fusion for some colour inspiration.  I'm also linking up to The Paper Players in their Tic Tac Toe challenge, with some white heat embossing on the background panel and some pretty patterned papers which have been gathering dust in my paper stash. 

Thanks for popping by!



  1. Oh my goodness, I love this! I love the layout, the colors, the vintage phone...love it all! Actually, my brother had a phone like this in his house (not pink, though), and when you opened up the front of it, a regular phone was inside. It still had a rotary dial, so the kids had no clue how to use it!! Thanks for playing with my Tic Tac Toe challenge at the Players this week!

  2. I love this sweet vintage design! I always wanted one of these "princess" type phones when I was little! Your pretty DSP and soft colors hit all the right notes! Thanks for sharing at The Paper Players!

  3. I like this layout! Lovely use of the colors from the inspiration photo. Thanks for sharing this over at The Fusion Card Challenge.

  4. This is beautiful, Claire. The layout you chose is awesome and your mix of patterned paper is perfect! Thank you for joining us at the Paper Players this week.

  5. I remember this set! Love that phone! This is adorable! Glad you shared it at Fusino!

  6. This is so pretty! I love the layout and I am a huge fan of pattern mixing, so love love this. Great use of the colours from the inspiration photo. Thanks for joining us at Fusion Challenge this time. Claire DT

  7. What a pretty, soft, pastel colour palette, Claire ... that detailed phone looks brilliant in the delicate pink! Hugs, Anita :)


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