Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop – Nothing Better Than

In Artisan Blog Hops by Emma Goddard7 Comments

Welcome to this months Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop – I am SO excited to share the Nothing’s Better Than Bundle. I I have loved working with this set and the more and more I use it the more I love it

Coffee, Chocolate and Cocktails – what is not to love?!

I adore the retro feel to this set and took my inspiration from the TV series ‘Friends’

I love a wreath, but who says wreathes only have to be flowers? I decided to make a Coffee wreath and cased the layout of ‘F-R-I-E-N-D-S’ for the Coffee sentiment. The stitched circle has been cut in Whisper white and blended in Crumb Cake to give the ombre look of a latte.

The background on the bottom panel has been created by stamping tone on tone. Using the Just Jade ink on the same colour cardstock – a fun way to create a background.

This next background was created by cutting two pieces of card stock in the same way and interchanging the colours – a quick way to create two of the same background.

I am now sending you on over to the fabulous Helene. Please make sure you click on around to all of the team and see all amazing inspiration and ideas!

If you live in the UK, I would love you to choose me as your demonstrator. If you would like to purchase any of these products you can click on the Shop Now button or by clicking on any of the images below. Alternatively you can also contact me by email. Please be sure to use the monthly code and I’ll send a little something out to you the following month to say Thank You!

Blog Roll

Caroline van der Straaten
Emma Goddard >> You are here
Helene den Breejen 
Jan Clothier 
Lauren Alarid
Leah Fedynak
Manuela Geiswinkler
Marine Wiplier 
Martha Groger
Martin Stone
Narelle Farrugia
Nina Waldschmidt  
Rochelle Blok
Stesha Bloodhart
Tammy Wilson 
Zsuzsanna Balazs


  1. Such bright and fun cards, Emma. I love your coffee wreath – but maybe my love of a good coffee prejudices me. :-)

  2. I would love to directions to cut on the diangle lines on the card you swap the color cardstock.

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