If you are on my Catalogue Mailing List, you will have received some Frosted Floral DSP Happy Mail, along with the new Autumn/Winter Catalogue. The notecards are really simple and quick to make as the DSP does all the work. Simply cut the DSP to fit the front of the notecard. You’ll be left with
July is turning out to be a fun month. Not only is there the fabulous FREE inkpads for joining Stampin’ Up! promotion, there is also the return of the Buy 3, Get 1 FREE on selected DSP offer. If you like stroking paper and don’t like cutting into it, then this is perfect for you.
Today I’m sharing something a little bit different. It’s a gift box made with the fabulous Wood Textures DSP. It’s nearing the end of term, so time to get ahead on gifts for teachers (or students). What better way to say Thank you than a gift in pretty handmade packaging? This box uses just one
Today I’m sharing another Stamp-a-Stack project. This one is all about daisies. It uses items from the Delightful Daisy Suite – stamp set, punch and DSP. This is a great project for paper stash busting as all you need is strips to make a background. Then it’s up to you how you decide to embellish
If you’re a paper lover then you’ll love the latest promotion from Stampin’ Up! Quite simply, it’s Buy 3, get 1 FREE on selected DSP packs and stacks. Click on the picture below for more information. This offer runs for the whole of October so make grab your favourite papers while you can. Plus, if
Happy Monday! I hope you’ve had a good weekend. I’ve a question for you. Who can’t bear to cut into their DSP and sits there stroking it instead? Come on, own up! Well, for all you DSP hoarders, last week’s Card & Cuppa project is perfect for you. Isn’t it fun? It uses the Blooms