At last week’s Card & Cuppa classes it was the turn of this floral grunge project. I know this type of crafting doesn’t suit everyone, but it’s good to step outside your comfort zone every now and then. This project is inspired by Page 157 of the Annual Catalogue where I’ve made a few changes.
Today I’m sharing this pretty Petal Palette Thank You card with you. I gave this card to the lovely Guest Relations Manager on our recent holiday. It’s no secret I adore the Petal Palette Stamp Set and tend to use it quite a lot in my projects. For this project, I’ve teamed Mint Macaron with
I needed a card at short notice so made this very quick and easy project. It’s a combination of a Stamp Set and DSP – Daisy Delight and Frosted Floral. I’ve taken the colour combination from the Frosted Floral DSP and paired Soft Suede, Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla. Using the DSP combinations to assist
At the recent Lovely As a Tree Class, I gave this project a makeover using Crumb Cake and Soft Suede. The subtle tones of all of the stamping in Soft Suede and Crumb Cake Cardstock makes this a soft and calming project. Just perfect for any occasion. Sponge Daubers and Crumb Cake soften the edges
Last week I ran a private class for some lovely ladies. They chose the Lovely as a Tree Stamp Set and I revisited a class I’d run previously using this set as inspiration. It was also my Father-in-Law’s Birthday so one of the projects had a dual purpose. The project is based on this one.
At last week’s Card & Cuppa I introduced the attendees to one of the new Stampin’ Up! colours, Soft Sea Foam. I also chose to use one of the new stamp sets in the Annual Catalogue called Gallery Grunge. It’s a fab set with some large images that create fabulous backgrounds. My inspiration for this
As you know, I’m a little bit in love with the SAB Springtime Foils DSP. So, I just had to use when I made this Birthday Card for my Dad. This DSP is the star of the show so I kept the design clean and simple. A Sponge Brayer with Dapper Denim and then Night
For our final three Card & Cuppa sessions of the year we are making Christmas cards. The first project was this Washi Tape Bauble card. A fun way of using Washi Tape and Circle Punches to make gorgeous Christmas baubles. We used the ‘splat’ stamp from Swirly Bird stamped in White to create a beautiful
Happy Monday! At last week’s Card & Cuppa class we created a pretty Birthday Card using the Neutral colour family. My inspiration for this project came from flicking through the Annual Catalogue. When I reached Page 97 I saw a layout I liked and set about changing the stamp sets and colours. Using the Watercolor
For last week’s Card & Cuppa I used a set we hadn’t used before and created this pretty project. We first inked up the Brick Wall Embossing Folder with a Sahara Sand Ink Pad and squeezed our piece of card in the middle. This created the brick pattern. Using a Sponge Dauber we softened the