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Dot to Dot Embossing Folder

The Dot to Dot Embossing Folder caught my eye when I first flipped through the Spring/Summer Catalogue. I just knew I had to use it at a Papercrafting Class, so this is one of the projects from a recent Stamp-a-Stack I love a quick and easy project and this one fits the bill.. Using strips

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Botanical Butterfly DSP

This quick and easy card using the SAB Botanical Butterfly DSP was a project at my recent Stamp-a-Stack Class. I love the monochrome effect with the splash of colour from the punched butterfly. A touch of shimmer comes from the Black/Silver Striped Metallic Ribbon from the Spring/Summer Catalogue. The sentiment is from the Jar of

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Vibrant Vases

This project from my recent Stamp-a-Stack Class uses the new Vibrant Vases Stamp Set from the Spring/Summer Catalogue. The Stamp Set co-ordinates with the fabulous Vases Builder Punch and this card is inspired by the project on Page 22 of the Spring/Summer Catalogue. I’ve used a combination of Blushing Bride, Berry Burst and Lemon Lime

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Lasting Lily

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,

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So Hoppy Together

As last week’s Card & Cuppa was a repeat of a previous design, I’m showing you a project from last week’s Stamp-a-Stack Class. It uses my current favourite FREE SAB Stamp Set, So Hoppy Together. The pond background is from the Waterfront Stamp Set, with the lily pad made using the Layering Ovals Framelits. For

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Punch Art Poinsettia

How are you liking this fabulous Punch Art Poinsettia? It’s made using the Christmas Bulb Builder Punch. I love using punches in different ways and knew that there was a floral possibility with this one. The bulb is punched multiple times to create the petals. Using a sponge dauber they have their edges coloured before

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Lovely As a Tree – A serene scene

This serene scene is the final project from my Lovely As a Tree Papercrafting Class. It’s also a design I’ve used before, but have updated to include new colours and ribbons. We begin by stamping the trees first at different heights using first and second generation images. It’s good to make sure that there is

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Lovely As a Tree – All about the grunge

The penultimate project from my recent Lovely As a Tree Class is all about the grunge. This uses sponge daubers for most of the inking, including colouring the tree in two colours for a natural look. For the grunge look, screw up a piece of Whisper White Cardstock into a ball several times to create

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Lovely As a Tree Banners and Leaves

Here is the 4th project from the 6 made at my Lovely As a Tree Class. This one is another ‘old’ project that has had a new colour makeover. The leaves from Lovely As a Tree are stamped randomly on the Pear Pizzazz Cardstock in Call Me Clover ink. Splats from the Swirly Bird  Stamp

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Lovely As a Tree in shades of purple

Another previous project received a new colour makeover at my recent Lovely As a Tree class. This time in shades of purple. The largest image from the set is stamped in Blackberry Bliss with the landscape softened using Blender Pens. This image is then cut into three to create a triptypch. Each corner, plus the

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