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Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies – Bee Thankful with Blends

My final project for the Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies Class was this cute Bee Thankful project. He was stamped using the Stamparatus in Gray Granite Ink onto Very Vanilla Cardstock. The layers are corner rounded using the Detailed Trio Punch. Using Stampin’ Blend Combo Packs in Calypso Coral, Balmy Blue and Mint Macaron, the ‘thanks’

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Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies – Lovely Little Elephants

This is the penultimate project from my Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies Class and it uses the lovely Little Elephant Stamp Set and matching punch. I couldn’t run a ‘beasts’ class without including an elephant! This project would be great for a new baby congratulations, or a Birthday with a change of sentiment. The colours are

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Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies – Wiggle Worm Bundle Birthday Card

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

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Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies – Balmy Blue Butterflies

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

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Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies – Party Lion

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

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Bugs, Beasts & Butterflies – Positive Thoughts in Rococo Rose and Rich Razzleberry

Earlier this week I held one of my monthly Papercrafting Classes. The theme was Bugs, Beasts and Butterflies and the attendees all made 6 cards. The first was a butterfly card using the Positive Thoughts Stamp Set and co-ordinating Nature’s Thoughts dies. This combines Rococo Rose and Rich Razzleberry (a good tongue twister!) with Whisper

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Christmas Stamp-a-Stack: Making Christmas Bright

I know that Christmas Day was a few days ago, but I’m sharing my final Christmas Stamp-a-Stack project with you. As this project uses the Making Christmas Bright Stamp Set from the Annual Catalogue, there is no chance of it retiring next week. A combination of Shaded Spruce, Lovely Lipstick, Crushed Curry, Very Vanilla and

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Special Christmas Cards: This year’s poinsettia

Merry Christmas! It has become tradition at my Special Christmas Cards Class for me to design a poinsettia project. This is the final project from the Class. Here is this year’s poinsettia. Click for my 2018 design. It uses the leaves from the Rooted in Nature Stamp Set and some punched circles. A lot of

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Special Christmas Cards: Rustic Wreath

The second of my Special Christmas Cards is this traditional rustic wreath. It’s made with a combination of leaf punches, die-cut circles and scallops, plus lots of different adhesives! The main colours are Garden Green and Crumb Cake, with Old Olive, Mossy Meadow, Gold, Real Red and Very Vanilla. Snowflakes are from the Christmas Countdown

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Special Christmas Cards: Snowman Season Bundle

As well as my Christmas Stamp-a-Stack, I also run a Special Christmas Cards Class. The attendees make three Christmas Cards and envelopes that are for those special people in their life. These are the cards you give by hand. One of these is a card suitable for children (or big kids!) and it’s this cute

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