At my previous Card & (Your) Cuppa sessions, I asked the attendees to tell me what sorts of projects they would like to make. Someone said that they liked greens, so here we have butterflies in shades of green. My colour combination is Soft Sea Foam, Pretty Peacock and Mint Macaron. The Soft Sea Foam
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
At a recent Card & Cuppa Class, we made this project. Here’s a Birthday Card I made for a regular class attendee based on the design. The shades of blue I’ve used are Seaside Spray, Balmy Blue, Pacific Point and Blueberry Bushel. These are teamed with Very Vanilla. Gallery Grunge is again used on the
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 Class, the one big decision the attendees had to make was whether to grunge or not to grunge. The project (not grunge version shown above) uses the fabulous new Very Versailles Stamp Set. Petal Pink, Crumb Cake and Mint Macaron, along with Very Vanilla, make this vintage style card.
This is the Card & Cuppa version of the SAB Lasting Lily card we made at my recent Stamp-a-Stack class. It’s a lovely Level 2 Stamp Set, and I’ve again paired it with the fabulous Crackle Paint Background Stamp from the Spring/Summer Catalogue. However, I’ve changed the colours to more muted tones and added a
At my recent Stamp-a-Stack Class, the attendees made projects using SAB and Spring/Summer Catalogue products. This one uses the Level 2 SAB Lasting Lily Stamp Set. Although the sentiments in this set are suited to more sombre occasions, the images are simply stunning and versatile. These are Distinktive Stamps which means that when you stamp,
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