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Berry Burst and Basic Black Birthday

Here’s a Berry Burst and Basic Black Birthday card (bit of a tongue twister) I made for my Niece. March is a little busy for Birthdays in our family, so I make quite a lot at this time of year. I’ve used various DSP to create the card. Strips of Petal Passion DSP for the

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Watercolor Wings for Spring

For last week’s Card & Cuppa I moved away from Sponge Daubers and Brayers and made this spring colours project. This bright and sunny project uses various shades of orange and yellow, with red highlights. To begin, we created the mask for the Garden in Bloom Stamp Set background by folding a piece of Grid

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Picture Perfect Birthday Candles

I held another Stamp-a-Stack Class earlier this month. Attendees make 10 cards in total, 2 each of 5 different designs. Here is one of the projects. This card uses the candles from the Picture Perfect Birthday Stamp Set stamped in three vibrant colours. Crushed Curry flames then top off each one. Stamping tone-on-tone on the

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Colourful Dragonflies

If you saw last week’s Card & Cuppa project, you’ll know about the SAB Springtime Foils DSP. At my most recent Stamp-a-Stack class, I just had to design a project using it. This no stamping project uses Sponge Daubers and ink pads to colour the dotty piece of DSP. As the DSP is glossy, it

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – SAB Springtime Foils

Happy Monday! For last week’s Card & Cuppa project, I designed a card using the fabulous SAB Springtime Foils DSP. This stunning DSP is thicker than usual and has 3 sheets of 4 different single-sided designs.  Each design has embossed patterns in either gold, rose gold, silver, or a mix, and they are perfect for

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Lots of Lavender at Stamp-a-Stack

Here is another project from a recent Stamp-a-Stack Class where every card used items from the Spring/Summer Catalogue and Sale-a-Bration. This project uses the fabulous Lots of Lavender Stamp Set and is very clean and simple. It takes full advantage of the the infill stamps and they help pull this project together really quickly. I

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Playful Backgrounds and grunge

For last week’s Card & Cuppa project, I chose to design a card with a more masculine feel. It uses just two stamp sets for the background, Timeless Textures and Playful Backgrounds. The sentiment comes from Picture Perfect Birthday. My colour palette of Tranquil Tide, Night of Navy and Crumb takes inspiration from the True

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SAB Happy Wishes

Following on from Wednesday’s post, here is another project from my recent Stamp-a-Stack Class. This project uses a FREE SAB item, the Happy Wishes Stamp Set. I really like this set as most of the work is done for you with the fabulous large ‘happy’ and ‘best’ sentiments. You just stamp those and then add

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Petal Passion in Pink and Black

Today I’m going to share a project from my most recent Stamp-a-Stack Class.  Those of you who know me will probably be a bit surprised at my choice of main colour! Yes, that’s right, pink! I’m not a fan of the colour pink myself, but that doesn’t stop me from using it for someone who

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Last week’s Card & Cuppa – Purple Falling Flowers

At last week’s Card & Cuppa I decided to use products from the Annual Catalogue and reached for Falling Flowers. This card is similar to this one I made, it’s my interpretation of the picture on Page 143 of the AC. I chose Fresh Fig, Perfect Plum and Sweet Sugarplum to stamp the images from

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