At last week’s Card & Cuppa we used the SAB Any Occasion Stamp Set to create this fun banner card. It’s a card that uses one colour for the strings and then lots of different colours for the ‘banners’. There are so many different options with this set. By stamping the tiny flags multiple times
I hope you had a great weekend and are ready to start the week. At last week’s Card & Cuppa classes we made this pretty banner card. Everyone made their own selection of 1cm, 1.5cm and 2cm banners. We also made banners out of coordinating Washi Tape by sticking it to cardstock before cutting. By
A friend celebrated their Birthday on February 14th, so I created a red-free anti-Valentine’s Birthday card for them. Using Basic Gray Archival Ink to stamp the image, I coloured it using Calypso Coral and Old Olive Watercolor Pencils. I then used a Blender Pen to soften and darken various areas of the flowers and leaves.
At last week’s Card & Cuppa we once again used the very versatile Swirly Bird stamp set. This time, we used the boat images and created this project. We used Sponge Daubers for the Sun and Sea and Sponge Brayers for the sea and sky. Sponge Brayers are great for creating fabulous effects really quickly.
We had an attendee Birthday at Monday’s Card & Cuppa Class this week. Since I know the recipient is a fan of the colours in the Affectionately Yours Cardstock Pack, plus they have also recently earnt the FREE SAB Avant Garden Stamp Set, I just had to combine the two. I stamped a tone-on-tone Mint
At last week’s Card & Cuppa class we used one of the fabulous FREE Sale-A-Bration stamp sets to make this project. This is a CASE (Copy And Share Everything) from the SAB Brochure, but I’ve used different colours and changed the sentiment. I’ve also added Wink of Stella to the stamped images, but you aren’t
Last week was the first Card & Cuppa classes of the new year. We created this lovely bright Birthday card using some brand new products from the Spring/Summer catalogue. The stamp set is called Balloon Adventures and also coordinates with a new set of thinlits, as well as coordinating with the current Balloon Bouquet Punch.
At last week’s Card & Cuppa session I decided to bring out the Owl Punch as we hadn’t used it before – apart from upside down to make an alien card! I was asked by one of my attendees to create a new baby card. So, I chose this project which could have the greeting
It was a flurry of female family Birthdays earlier this month with both my Mum and my Niece celebrating theirs. I obviously made them cards. I used the Penned & Painted Stamp Set to create the same design, but used different colours and card orientation. Here they are: The pink one uses Pink Pirouette, Flirty
It’s almost a year since Card & Cuppa sessions started and I realised that I had been VERY restrained and hadn’t made a frog project… This has now been rectified! I love the effect of the frogs sticking their heads up through the water on this project. With this project the options are endless. A