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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Still inspired by Wimbledon

Every year I create a card inspired by the Wimbledon tennis tournament. As the championships have been cancelled due to the pandemic, last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project is still inspired by Wimbledon. Every year I usually get groans from the attendees as some of them don’t like tennis. However, as I always explain,

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Parquet with Peony Garden DSP

For last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project it was time to play with the Peony Garden DSP. I’d shown this design at a recent DSP class and was asked if we could have one for Card & (Your) Cuppa, so here it is. I taught one of these a long time ago, so it

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Playing with New Punches

For last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project, I reached for some of my new punches from the Annual Catalogue. This project uses a combination of Crumb Cake, Pool Party, Crushed Curry and Whisper White. As it uses a few items several times, the attendees were able to combine their pieces in lots of different

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Shabby Smoky Slate

Last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project was this shabby smoky slate card. It’s inspired by Page 137 of the new Annual Catalogue. In the Catalogue, there is stamping on the project. As I can’t send stamped images out to class attendees due to Stampin’ Up! policies, I’ve used punched shapes to create a similar

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Forever Greenery Suite

For last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project, I decided to use products from the new Forever Greenery Suite. This is a new suite that went live in the Annual Catalogue on 3rd June. It uses the Forever Flourishing Dies and one of the two Greenery Embossing Folders. Along with these items, there is a

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Knowing the Score

Last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project was all about knowing the score, or more importantly, where to put your score lines! This stunning project used Rococo Rose as the main colour. The attendees used a variety of scoring implements (Paper Folder with ruler, Take Your Pick Tool, Paper Trimmer Scoring blade etc) to create

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – All About the Dinosaurs

At last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa online session it was all about the dinosaurs with this cute dino. A perfect Birthday card for children of all ages. My colour combination was taken from the retiring Dinoroar DSP, a strip of which is used at the bottom of the project. Mango Melody, Pretty Peacock, Old

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Floral Punches and Brights

For last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project, I used a combination of floral punches and bright cardstock to create this pretty card. I was asked to use yellow, orange and brights, and this project hits the brief! It’s definitely bright and cheery and sure to put a smile on someone’s face. Some of you

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Butterflies in shades of green

At my previous Card & (Your) Cuppa sessions, I asked the attendees to tell me what sorts of projects they would like to make. Someone said that they liked greens, so here we have butterflies in shades of green. My colour combination is Soft Sea Foam, Pretty Peacock and Mint Macaron. The Soft Sea Foam

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Last Week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa – Smooth Sailing Dies

For last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa, I designed a project using the Smooth Sailing Dies. The colour combination for this scheme was inspired by the Night of Navy and Sahara Sand Baker’s Twine (sadly retiring). I then added Mossy Meadow, Soft Suede and Crumb Cake, from the Neutrals Collecation, along with Very Vanilla. As

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