Traveler’s Notebook | Journal With Me | with Stampin’ Up! products

So you may be wondering why my posts and videos are a bit less “Stampin’ Up!” lately? well if you were that is because I am not sure where my Demonstrator status is headed, when we sign up to be a demo we sign to say that we will not sell or promote any other brands or products that may conflict with SU.. that was never a problem for me, until they launched their SU planner at the beginning of this year. Obviously our main family business and income are our UglyDori planners and accessories so I am currently in talks with SU head office as to my demo status of which I will keep you informed.

Of course the reason that I chose to become a SU demo is that I loved the products and still do so even if I do have to resign I will still continue to use the products in my videos, I will just have non affiliate links instead of my shop links.

Anyway now thats done and out of the way I can share this weeks Traveler’s Notebook layout with you, well the second one this week actually. I started this knowing that I wanted to use the blue flower backing paper but not much else and to be honest I did struggle with it at first but once I found my grove it all came together.

The thing I love most about SU is that all the card stock and papers coordinate so when I couldn’t find an embellishment to balance out the Night of Navy that is on the right hand side of the page I was able to use some Night of Navy card stock and my big shot to make my own.

I really do love these layouts and have great fun making them, I’m kind of sad that I’ve had to leave this insert half finished but I’m always excited to start a new book too.

Product List

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s