Instead of working with a particular stamp set at last week’s Card & Cuppa classes, I chose to focus on a set of tools instead. The tools were sponges. The background uses one of the Decorative Masks and a Sponge Brayer to apply the colours. Here it’s Lovely Lipstick with Cajun Craze over the top.
At last week’s Card & Cuppa I decided to use products from the Annual Catalogue and reached for Falling Flowers. This card is similar to this one I made, it’s my interpretation of the picture on Page 143 of the AC. I chose Fresh Fig, Perfect Plum and Sweet Sugarplum to stamp the images from
When I first saw the project on Page 143 of the Annual Catalogue I knew I wanted make my own version. I had the perfect ocassion last week as it was my Mum’s Birthday. For the colours I decided not to use the neutral palette, I opted for shades of blue instead. Night of Navy,
A friend (and Stampin’ Up! fan) celebrated their Birthday last week, so I obviously made them a card. Although their Birthday was in April, I chose the May Flowers Framelits Dies to create this project. I began by creating a wall using the Brick Wall Embossing Folder. To achieve this look, I gently rubbed the
I hope you’re enjoying the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. At last week’s Card & Cuppa classes, we made this bright punch art card for Easter or Spring. I’d seen other punch art daffodils on Pinterest but they were made with 5 petal punches. As daffodils have 6 petals these versions were bothering me, so I