At Card & Cuppa classes, I ask my regular attendees what types of cards they would like to make. A recent request has been an anniversary card so here is the project from last week. Not only is this card perfect for anniversaries, it’s great for weddings, engagements etc too as it’s sentiment free. I
One of my regular Card & Cuppa attendees celebrated their Birthday recently. Here is the card I made. As they are a fan of pink I chose Melon Mambo, Berry Burst and Flirty Flamingo to create a bright Birthday Card. I used both the Dragonfly Dreams and Butterfly Basics Stamp Sets with the co-ordinating Detailed
I am so lucky to have this little business of mine with wonderful customers. To say thank you to those who have placed orders with me recently, I made this card. Each card has a handwritten note from me too. This card is made using the One Big Meaning and Blooms and Wishes Stamp Sets.
Last week’s Card & Cuppa classes saw the return of a favourite, Swirly Bird. This classy Birthday Card uses just three colours, Lemon Lime Twist, Peekaboo Peach and Sweet Sugarplum. Firstly, the ‘splats’ were stamped across the cardstock. Next, a strip punched using the Decorative Ribbon Border was attached to the card. We then took
I haven’t seen a friend for a while so wanted them to know that I was thinking of them. As this friend is a BIG fan of pink (the complete opposite of me!), I entered a strange pink-tastic world. I used the Oh So Eclectic Stamp Set and Eclectic Layers Thinlits Dies Bundle for the
I’m very excited today as I get to introduce you to a BRAND NEW product. Say ‘Hello’ to Stampin’ Blends. If you’re a fan of colouring and alcohol markers, then these will be perfect for you. These alcohol markers come in twelve Stampin’ Up! colours and each have a dark and light shade for enhanced
I can’t quite believe that it is the last Monday in October already. Where has the year gone? As it’s Monday, I’m here to show you last week’s Card & Cuppa project. First, we used the Hardwood Background Stamp in Sahara Sand for the panelled look. Then, the leaves from the Jar of Love Stamp
A good friend has is having a tough time at the moment, so what better way is there to send wishes than a hug in an envelope. This friend is a big fan of red, a bit of pink and a LOT of sparkle. So, here is the card I made incorporating all of these.
At the weekend I showed you a project for a friend who was travelling to China. As I know another person in the production, I made a card for them too, to wish them well. This is a very quick an easy card to put together. It uses a sentiment from the Banners for You
At last week’s Card & Cuppa I reached for the Washi Tape. I’d had this project designed and prepared for a while ready for my return from holiday. I saw something similar on Pinterest a long time ago and stupidly didn’t save it. So, this is my version. We began by drawing a couple of