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.
As the Summer Holidays have rolled around again, it’s time for my annual Card & Cuppa for Children Classes. The venue I hold them at runs a themed set of activities each week. This week it was ‘Movie Mayhem’ and my punch art lion fitted this perfectly due to the newly released Lion King film.
This serene scene is the final project from my Lovely As a Tree Papercrafting Class. It’s also a design I’ve used before, but have updated to include new colours and ribbons. We begin by stamping the trees first at different heights using first and second generation images. It’s good to make sure that there is
I was asked to design a project using the ‘lighthouse set’, so here is the High Tide lighthouse. I’ve used a Crumb Cake layer for the stamping as it allows the lighthouse and rays to stand out more. The sepia-type tones of Soft Suede for the headland and sun/moon, Crumb Cake for the sea and
How is it Monday again already? The weeks are just flying by at the moment. Here is the project we made at last week’s Card & Cuppa session. This set has been on the ‘Use at Card & Cuppa’ list for a while so I’m pleased it carried over to the new Catalogue. It was
Last week was my Papercrafting: High Tide Class where each attendee made 6 cards using the High Tide Stamp Set. Here is one of the High Tide Class projects: I love the simplicity of this any occasion card, it’s certainly a ‘less is more’ project. Using an Aqua Painter on Watercolor Paper creates the misty