I hope you’re enjoying the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. At last week’s Card & Cuppa classes, we made this bright punch art card for Easter or Spring. I’d seen other punch art daffodils on Pinterest but they were made with 5 petal punches. As daffodils have 6 petals these versions were bothering me, so I
As the brand new Stampin’ Up! Catalogue will be available shortly, we need to make room for all of the shiny new things. This means that some items need to retire, including some firm favourites. Check out the items that are leaving us by clicking on the picture below: As these items are only available
At last week’s Card & Cuppa class we used Stampin’ Write Markers in several different ways. We inked up the stem of flowers image from the Touches of Texture Stamp Set using Stampin’ Write Markers. This allows you to put the ink exactly where you want on the image. Before you stamp onto the cardstock,
Another of my regular Card & Cuppa attendees celebrated their Birthday earlier this week. This is the card I made them. The stunning image from the Butterfly Basics Stamp Set was my starting point for this card. The recipient is a fan of both Crumb Cake and Sweet Sugarplum, so my colour choice reflects this.
A lady who has recently joined my Card & Cuppa classes had their Birthday last week, so I obviously made her a card. It uses the Grateful Bunch Stamp set and Bunch of Blossoms Punch. I’ve then used Watercolor Pencils to colour the images. Do you ever get those moments when you wonder why something
Do you have those months where everyone needs a Birthday card? March is one of those months in our house. Last week, the young lady next door reached double figures and one of my nieces turned into a teenager. So, I made two similar cards using the Number of Years Stamp Set. This stamp set
As it was Mothering Sunday yesterday, for last week’s Card & Cuppa I designed a project suitable for Mum. The purple project uses the fabulous Kinda Eclectic Stamp Set from the Annual Catalogue. Firstly, we masked a section of the background using strips of card secured with Washi Tape and sponge daubered between them. Leaving