Today I’m sharing the final project I haven’t yet shown you from my face-to-face classes. Everything after this point will be from virtual sessions. This is from my Card and Cuppa Plus class and used the leaves from Rooted in Nature. I decided that this project should have a more masculine feel to it, so
Before we commenced the recent social distancing requirements, I held my first Card & Cuppa Plus class. This is a Card & Cuppa class, but there are three projects, instead of just one. This is one of the projects and it uses Daisy Lane yet again! If this design looks familiar to you, it’s because
I’m sharing another project from my Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies class and it’s this Wiggle Worm Bundle Birthday Card. This is actually the card I sent to my Dad for his Birthday as he’s a huge fan of bugs and creepy crawlies. He loved it! The worm is my favourite character from the set, so
The third project from my Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies class is this fabulous Balmy Blue butterflies card. It is a monochrome-type card as it only uses Balmy Blue and Very Vanilla. Firstly, a strip was masked across the card and an ombre of Balmy Blue ink was added using a Sponge Brayer. Next, an image
Here is the first beast from my recent Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies Class, this fun party lion. Isn’t he cute in his party hat? This bright combination of colours, Coastal Cabana, Daffodil Delight, Mango Melody and Popppy Parade, with Early Espresso and Whisper White make this project really cheerful. A perfect card for children. The
At last week’s Card & Cuppa class we used the Painted Poppies Bundle once more. This Bundle from the Mini Catalogue is so versatile and I have so many ideas for using it. As I had to cancel the Painted Poppies Papercrafting Class, I decided to use one of the project ideas I was planning
Each time I send out a catalogue, I include a card. This is my new catalogue happy mail. These cards can be kept, or the recipient of the catalogue can use them to send to someone else. I made two versions of this card, portrait and landscape as I couldn’t decide which one I preferred!
For the first Card & Cuppa sessions of 2020, I reached for the fabulous new Lovely Lily Pad Stamp Set. Lovely Lily Pad is a FREE Sale-a-Bration Stamp Set and is one of the Reversibles range from Stampin’ Up! As you can see, the detailed outline stamp is one side of the stamp, with the
Happy New Year! I hope you’ve had a wonderful break. It’s my first day back at work today after the break, and I’m looking forward to sharing new products with you. As it’s the new year, it’s also Happy New Mini Catalogue and Sale-A-Bration (SAB) time. SAB is the BEST time of the Stampin’ Up!