The final project of the Mostly Men Class was this easy Stamparatus Card. This project was the quickest of the 6 and it’s all because of the Stamparatus. If I hadn’t added the ribbon, or the extra sentiment, it would have been completed in about 2 minutes maximum! The key to this project is using
As the previous week’s Card & Cuppa project was dog related, I decided to even things up. Last week’s card was a cat project made using the Nine Lives Stamp Set. For this cute ginger feline, I’ve used a Soft Suede outline and Pumpkin Pie stripes. It’s then cut out using the co-ordinating Cat Punch.
Last week’s Card & Cuppa project was all about the Happy Tails Stamp Set and matching punch. This cute set combines Mint Macaron and Early Espresso for the layers and main stamping, with Soft Suede and Rich Razzleberry for the dog. A trail of paw prints is stamped across the card and a sentiment cut
At last week’s Card & Cuppa I decided to turn to the Pressed Petals Washi Tape. If you haven’t seen this fabulous tape in the Annual Catalogue, then take a look at Page 73. There are two reels, one is a standard Washi Tape in Soft Suede. The other is these fabulous petals in Merry
At my recent Stamp-a-Stack Class, the attendees made this exam congratulations project using the Above the Clouds Stamp Set. The colour combination is Seaside Spray for the clouds, with Gray Granite and Mint Macaron for the balloons. Soft Sea Foam and Very Vanilla are the accent colours. Stamping some more of the small balloon outlines
Once again I ran Card & Cuppa for Children this week and the theme was ‘We’re all going on a summer holiday’. Who can resist these fabulous ice lollies. First, the beach background was created using the clouds from Above the Clouds Stamp Set. The sea and beach were from the High Tide Stamp Set.
This is my Introduction to In Color Papercrafting Class project for Pretty Peacock. I think this is one of my (current) favourites of the new 2019-2021 In Color Collection. I’ve combined it here with Old Olive and Mango Melody. Images from the Botanical Bliss Stamp Set create this pretty card. An image from the Artisan
As Wimbledon 2019 started last week, it was time for my Annual ‘Inspired by Wimbledon’ Card & Cuppa project. Each year, the project is usually purple, green, yellow and white. This year I chose Purple Posy, Highland Heather, Soft Sea Foam and So Saffron. These colours created a lovely muted and subtle project. The background
At last week’s Card & Cuppa we made a project that was inspired by Page 46 of the brand new Annual Catalogue. I find the Annual Catalogue is a great place for ideas, and I use it when my crafting mojo needs a bit of a lift. Instead of the purples on the original design,
Card & Cuppa returned last week and we made this project using the fabulous Rooted in Nature Stamp Set. I think this Stamp Set will take the place of the recently retired Lovely as a Tree for me. The background uses the trunk section stamped in Crumb Cake before adding the leaves. All of the