A few weeks ago I was asked to make two special commissions for a Birthday. I used the Early Release Ornate Garden Suite, and an image in the PDF flyer for the Suite was was my inspiration. I used the Ornate Style Bundle for the daisies and the pretty frame. The daisies were coloured using
It’s that time of year when my friend who likes all things pink and sparkly celebrates her Birthday. This year, I made her some pink and sparkly daisies. It’s no coincidence that the design is very much like this project I shared the other day. In fact, I made the cards at the same time.
Last week’s Mystery Pack contained three little birds, along with lots of other items with which to make a card. As well as these items, the recipients could use Wink of Stella and a sentiment, plus scissors and adhesives. I chose to use three colours from the In Color Collection 2019-2021 with Soft Suede and
Two of my regular class attendees celebrated birthdays over the past few days. I reached for the To A Wild Rose Stamp Set and Die Bundle to create a card. As they aren’t seeing each other, I made two identical cards using Page 141 of the Annual Catalogue for my inspiration. This was my first
The brand new Mini and Sale-A-Bration catalogues may have arrived, but today I’m taking you back to a project I made for a December teenage Birthday. This bright project uses the Gallery Grunge Stamp Set for the background and stripes, and a sentiment from the Itty Bitty Birthdays Stamp Set. I’ve teamed Granny Apple Green,
As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of Rocky Horror and have been attending various shows of the current UK tour. I made this card for the lovely gentleman who has been playing Frank-n-Furter for his Birthday. It’s based on this project from my Mostly Men Papercrafting Class. I’ve used a Real Red
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
The next project from my recent Mostly Men Papercrafting Class is this graffiti wall using the Brick & Mortar Embossing Folder. I chose a palette of bright colours to make the card suitable for a teenager or younger person. We have Granny Apple Green, Mango Melody, Gorgeous Grape and Real Red, with Smoky Slate accents.
Today I’m sharing another Gallery Grunge project with you. This design from my recent Stamp-a-Stack Class was in fact the inspiration for the Card & Cuppa project I showed you the other day. It’s a really simple project using Night of Navy, Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla. Gallery Grunge Stamp Set and Artisan Textures Stamp
At last week’s Card & Cuppa session we had fun with Gallery Grunge. This card is a version of another recent class project with a few changes. I’ll be showing you that project another day. The colour combination is Blackberry Bliss, Highland Heather and Pool Party. I think you’ll agree that they look fabulous together.