Once again I ran Card & Cuppa for Children this week and the theme was ‘We’re all going on a summer holiday’. Who can resist these fabulous ice lollies. First, the beach background was created using the clouds from Above the Clouds Stamp Set. The sea and beach were from the High Tide Stamp Set.
Last week’s Card & Cuppa was all about the new Daisy Lane bundle from the Annual Catalogue. This fabulous stamp set co-ordinates with a new Medium Daisy Punch as well as being compatible with the previous Daisy Punch. The colour combination is a bright mix of 2018-2020 In Colors with Call Me Clover and Pineapple
I couldn’t not use my current favourite SAB stamp set to create this fun ‘Hoppy Birthday’ card. Tranquil Tide, Lemon Lime Twist and Whisper White come together to create this green project. Stampin’ Blends are my colouring product of choice for the frog and flying bug (not sure if it’s a dragonfly or butterfly!) Tone-on-tone
At last week’s Card & Cuppa classes it was the turn of this floral grunge project. I know this type of crafting doesn’t suit everyone, but it’s good to step outside your comfort zone every now and then. This project is inspired by Page 157 of the Annual Catalogue where I’ve made a few changes.
It was the first Card & Cuppa session after my holiday last week and the project was pink flowers and dots. I have made a similar project in the past but this has a different colour scheme and uses different flowers. The colour combination is Petal Pink, Flirty Flamingo, Melon Mambo and Berry Burst with
Today I’m sharing something a little bit different. It’s a gift box made with the fabulous Wood Textures DSP. It’s nearing the end of term, so time to get ahead on gifts for teachers (or students). What better way to say Thank you than a gift in pretty handmade packaging? This box uses just one
Have you missed the Narrow Notecards in the Annual Catalogue? These fabulous little things are so easy to use and are great for brightening someone’s day. It’s another monochrome project, this time in Blueberry Bushel and these notecards at just 4.5 by 2.5 inches are perfect for this effect. I’ve used the In Color 6×6
As I’ve just returned from a fabulous week in Cyprus where I’ve been saying efharisto a lot. It is Greek for ‘thank you’. Before I left, I made a batch of notecards to give out to staff members as a token of my appreciation. I made these notecards using three different versions using the Color