For last week’s Card & Cuppa I designed a project using the spotlight technique. First, a background was created using the Petal Palette Stamp Set in Black Archival Ink (on the retiring list along with Basic Gray Archival Ink). Next, 3 different size circles are punched from the background. Then it’s colouring of each circle
Today I’m sharing another Stamp-a-Stack project. This one is all about daisies. It uses items from the Delightful Daisy Suite – stamp set, punch and DSP. This is a great project for paper stash busting as all you need is strips to make a background. Then it’s up to you how you decide to embellish
You should have received an email providing you with details of the retiring list. If you aren’t on my mailing list, or if the email hasn’t reached you yet then read on… To make way for lots of brand new products, some current ones find themselves on the Retiring List. As with previous Retiring Lists,
At last week’s Card & Cuppa I decided to use products from the Annual Catalogue and reached for Falling Flowers. This card is similar to this one I made, it’s my interpretation of the picture on Page 143 of the AC. I chose Fresh Fig, Perfect Plum and Sweet Sugarplum to stamp the images from
If you’re in the UK and I have your address on my mailing list, one of these should have fallen into your hands. It’s the card to accompany the new Spring/Summer Catalogue and SAB Brochure happy mail. The card uses the fabulous Lots of Lavender SAB Stamp Set and Picture Perfect Birthday for the sentiment.
When I first saw the project on Page 143 of the Annual Catalogue I knew I wanted make my own version. I had the perfect ocassion last week as it was my Mum’s Birthday. For the colours I decided not to use the neutral palette, I opted for shades of blue instead. Night of Navy,
Happy Monday! At last week’s Card & Cuppa class we created a pretty Birthday Card using the Neutral colour family. My inspiration for this project came from flicking through the Annual Catalogue. When I reached Page 97 I saw a layout I liked and set about changing the stamp sets and colours. Using the Watercolor
I am so lucky to have this little business of mine with wonderful customers. To say thank you to those who have placed orders with me recently, I made this card. Each card has a handwritten note from me too. This card is made using the One Big Meaning and Blooms and Wishes Stamp Sets.
Last week’s Card & Cuppa classes saw the return of a favourite, Swirly Bird. This classy Birthday Card uses just three colours, Lemon Lime Twist, Peekaboo Peach and Sweet Sugarplum. Firstly, the ‘splats’ were stamped across the cardstock. Next, a strip punched using the Decorative Ribbon Border was attached to the card. We then took
I can’t quite believe that it is the last Monday in October already. Where has the year gone? As it’s Monday, I’m here to show you last week’s Card & Cuppa project. First, we used the Hardwood Background Stamp in Sahara Sand for the panelled look. Then, the leaves from the Jar of Love Stamp