For last week’s Card & Cuppa project, I decided to use a stamp set and technique that had both been neglected. Here is the Daisy Delight diagonal slash card. It uses a fabulous colour combination of Calypso Coral, Granny Apple Green and Crumb Cake. I love how the colours really pop against the Whisper White.
At last week’s Card & Cuppa sessions we used another new stamp set from the Spring/Summer Catalogue, Amazing Life. The sentiment seemed quite appropriate as Card & Cuppa is held in local cafes and coffee shops that serve delicious cake. Plus, if you can’t have cake on your Birthday… Using Gray Granite, the sentiment is
At last week’s Card & Cuppa Class I used a stamp set that I’ve only recently purchased, Serene Garden. I’d been looking for another stamp set that is good for colouring and this fit the bill perfectly. The two corner pieces stamped in Old Olive create a lovely frame. Using Watercolor Pencils, the leaves are
I don’t have a Card & Cuppa project from last week to show you as there wasn’t a class. Instead, I’m sharing this Soft Sea Foam Birthday Card I made for one of my regular Card & Cuppa attendees. When Soft Sea Foam appeared as one of the new colours, this lady fell in love
I’ve been asked to make a card similar to this one, so I opted for Touches of Texture in monochrome. I really enjoy monochrome projects, so this was fun to make. The card is in Grapefruit Grove and Whisper White, but the attendees chose their colour from the 2018-2020 In Color Collection. After some clever
Last week’s Card & Cuppa project was Jar of Love meets Bunny Builder Punch. Due to the Bank Holiday, there was only one Card & Cuppa session. The jar from Jar of Love is stamped twice, once on the main card and once on a separate piece of cardstock. 2nd generation stamping of Pool Party
Here is the 4th project from the 6 made at my Lovely As a Tree Class. This one is another ‘old’ project that has had a new colour makeover. The leaves from Lovely As a Tree are stamped randomly on the Pear Pizzazz Cardstock in Call Me Clover ink. Splats from the Swirly Bird Stamp
Another previous project received a new colour makeover at my recent Lovely As a Tree class. This time in shades of purple. The largest image from the set is stamped in Blackberry Bliss with the landscape softened using Blender Pens. This image is then cut into three to create a triptypch. Each corner, plus the
Last week I ran a private class for some lovely ladies. They chose the Lovely as a Tree Stamp Set and I revisited a class I’d run previously using this set as inspiration. It was also my Father-in-Law’s Birthday so one of the projects had a dual purpose. The project is based on this one.
Last week’s Card & Cuppa project was inspired by roses. I have a beautiful rose bush in my front garden that blooms throughout the summer and this year is no exception. In fact the blooms are so pretty that I just had to take a picture. So, when I was thinking about a project for