Blog Hop: Tasty Treats with the Be Inspired Team

Blog Hop: Tasty Treats with the Be Inspired Team

Welcome back to the latest blog hop from the Be Inspired Design Team. My name is Sarah Berry and I’m a demonstrator based in Morecambe, Lancashire, UK. The team and I create stunning blog hops for you to enjoy every two weeks, on a Thursday. You can make sure you never miss one of our hops by adding your email to my mailing list below.

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This week our theme is ‘Tasty Treats’. There are so many products I could have chosen for today’s hop, but I’ve decided to pull out a favourite of mine from last year, the Pyramid Pals Thinlits die. The die is so unusual and certainly draws attention to itself. You’ve got so many possibilities with not just dies on their own but also paired up with the Playful Pals Stamp Set. Because Easter is just around the corner, I’ve put aside the coordinating stamp set for today’s product and used a new set from the Spring/Summer (or Occasions) Catalogue.

In the UK we can buy these gorgeous pastel coloured chocolate eggs, called Mini Eggs. They’re from Cadburys and Easter isn’t Easter without a bag or two of these in the kitchen cupboard. The pyramid has a handful of eggs inside, can you see them peering through the acetate window?

The cute little bunny rabbit is from a stamp set called Basket Bunch, which is a brand new release to the Spring/Summer Catalogue. My little boy Matthew absolutely loves this stamp set and I agree that it is really very useful.  There’s images in the set which are great for new babies or young children’s birthdays.

Here’s a close up of the decoration, the rabbit is coloured using the new Watercolour Pencils and a blender pen. The little blades of grass are from the die set from Emerald Envy cardstock.

How to make the carrot? Simply ink up the green in Emerald Envy over the side of the ink pad, then turn the stamp and ink up the carrot in Tangerine Tango. Then stamp onto the paper. 😀 It’s so quick and fun to do.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my project today, next up on this hop is my lovely friend Louise Sharp, I can’t wait to see what she’s made for us today.

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STAMPIN’ UP! SUPPLIES

Here are the products I used today. All products are from Stampin’ Up! and can be purchased directly from my online shop by clicking the pictures below. Phone ordering is available between 10am-3pm Monday – Friday (01524) 561059, where you can talk with me directly. If you’re ordering online, be sure to add the current red code into the hostess code box. You’ll receive an email asking you to choose your free gift. Thank you for shopping with me and supporting my business!


4 Comments

  • Petra
    9th March 2017 10:18 pm

    Wow! Love that box!

  • Cathy Caines
    9th March 2017 10:26 pm

    HI Sarah, your pyramid is SO cute!! Love that you can see inside!

  • Carolynn
    10th March 2017 5:04 am

    Yep! The Easter bunny could bring me one of those nice pretty packages filled with eggs! Such a lovely project Sarah! I think this bundle is going to hop onto my next order thanks to you!

  • katy harrison
    12th March 2017 8:22 pm

    So cute Sarah! I love that little bunny 🙂 xoxo

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