As soon as I saw the Waterfront Stamp Set in the Spring/Summer Catalogue, I was smitten. It appears my class attendees were too as they asked for a class on it. This class has recently taken place and all of the projects are inspired by places I’ve visited and are named accordingly. I’m going to
At last week’s Card & Cuppa we made our second of three Christmas Cards. This time it was the turn of these little angels. Aren’t they cute? There was a collective ‘oooooh’ when I revealed the project and everyone really enjoyed making them. They use the Bow Builder Punch for the bodies and the 1″
A very talented lady started a new chapter in her floristry training the other week. I made her this bouquet of lucky flowers to wish her all the best. It is based on this recent Card & Cuppa project. As she is a fan of orange, I’ve used Pumpkin Pie and Peekaboo Peach for the
At Card & Cuppa classes, I ask my regular attendees what types of cards they would like to make. A recent request has been an anniversary card so here is the project from last week. Not only is this card perfect for anniversaries, it’s great for weddings, engagements etc too as it’s sentiment free. I
My parents recently celebrated their Wedding Anniversary and I of course made them a card. I decided to make an elegant and stylih card with clean lines. Obviously I’ve used Jar of Love for the jar, but I reached for the strings from Balloon Celebration to create the Old Olive stems for the hearts. I
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.