Thursday, October 5, 2017

Stampin' UP! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop- Merry Patterns

Hey there stampers!  Welcome back to another Stampin' UP! Artisan Design Team Blog hop!  If you are hopping with us today then you may have arrived here from the fabulous Cathy Caines.  Isn't she amazing? As we are a group of 20 demonstrators from around the world- our blogs are written in many different languages.  Please be sure to use Google Translate so that you can follow along in your language.  You don't wanna miss out on any of the fabulous details!

My project today is home decor holiday sampler.   For this piece I have created an assortment of  individual scenes using the Merry Patterns Stamp Set and a variety of other products. (All products used to create this gorgeous piece are listed below at the end of this post)

The frame itself is a shadowbox and is large enough for a 12" x 12" piece of DSP.  
Each individual square has it's own scene.  Some of them coordinate with another square and others are just individual.  

Here's what the sampler looks like without a frame.  It was photographed this way to try and show the detail a little better than what can be seen inside the frame.  

How would you like a Merry Patterns stamp set of your own?  You can earn this gorgeous stamp set by simply hosting a party with $300 USD in sales.  Did you also know that there's also sale on Designer Series Paper?  Your guests will love shopping from our selection of our Designer Series Paper, now ON SALE—making it even easier for you to hit your $300 USD goal and earn your free holiday stamp set.  Don’t miss this fun opportunity!  This promotion ends on October 31st!

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you have enjoyed my project!  Be sure to check back for more fabulous ideas using the Merry Patterns Stamp Set!


  1. Wow. That's a BIG wow!! The Peoplw will loooveeeeee that. Love the colour combos. Gorgeous!

  2. Dani, this is a wonderful idea!
    Thanks for this inspiration ❤️

  3. What Dani's titanic work! The frame is treated like a patchwork with small individual scenes and the paper lends itself so well to this treatment! It's a great idea!