For last week’s Card & Cuppa session, I chose to use Picture Perfect Birthday. There was only one session due the Bank Holiday, but the lucky attendees got to use some new products. As I also needed a Birthday card for my Mother-in-Law, I decided to use it as the class project. A two-for-one project.
For last week’s Card & Cuppa project I reached for last year’s In Colors to create this pretty In Color Banners card It’s a perfect project for those paper hoarders out there. First, the sentiment from Picture Perfect Birthday is stamped in Berry Burst with the background images in Powder Pink. All of the banners
Today I’m showing you the birthday card I made for one of my regular class attendees. It uses really bright colours of Melon Mambo and Lemon Lime Twist. Using Night of Navy accents helps to tone these colours down. This combination creates a fresh and cheery look. I chose to use the Oh So Eclectic
Due to the Bank Holiday, there wasn’t a new Card & Cuppa project for last week, the ladies who had their class cancelled due to snow finally got to make THIS project. In light of this, I’m sharing some more projects from my recent Waterfront Stamp Set class instead. Here are the next two, again
As you know, I’m a little bit in love with the SAB Springtime Foils DSP. So, I just had to use when I made this Birthday Card for my Dad. This DSP is the star of the show so I kept the design clean and simple. A Sponge Brayer with Dapper Denim and then Night
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
What better way to celebrate during a dull February than with a bright Birthday flower. It is a Birthday card for one of my regular class attendees. I don’t know about you, but I’ve fallen head over heels for Stampin’ Blends, I’m also rather smitten with the Petal Passion DSP. The two together make a
It was the Birthday of one of my regular class attendees this week so a card was definitely in order. I reached for the perfect Birthday stamp set from the new Spring/Summer Catalogue, Picture Perfect Birthday. The dotty background is from a Memories & More Card Pack. I’m running a class on making cards using
If you’re in the UK and I have your address on my mailing list, one of these should have fallen into your hands. It’s the card to accompany the new Spring/Summer Catalogue and SAB Brochure happy mail. The card uses the fabulous Lots of Lavender SAB Stamp Set and Picture Perfect Birthday for the sentiment.