I decided to create this pretty spring blooms card for last week’s Card & Cuppa sessions. My inspiration for this project was Page 10 of the new Spring/Summer Catalogue. This project uses various punches, Leaf Punch, Sprig Punch, Detailed Trio Punch, Pretty Label Punch and Bitty Blooms Punch Pack. Falling Flowers, Happy Birthday Gorgeous and
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