If you’ve seen my recent Card & Cuppa projects, you’ll see that I’ve been working my way through each new In Color. This time the attendees were meeting Rococo Rose. My colour combination is Rococo Rose, Petal Pink, Pear Pizzazz and Very Vanilla. First, the background is stamped with an image from Artisan Textures Stamp
There isn’t a Card & Cuppa project to share with you this week, but, I do have a card I made for one of my regular Card & Cuppa attendees. They have recently landed a job so I’m saying Congratulations with Varied Vases as my main design element. I’ve taken inspiration from this project and
Last week it was our final Card & Cuppa for Children session of the holidays and the theme was Summer. Once again I decided that both the adult Card & Cuppa class and the children’s class should make the same project. When I think of summer I think of sitting on a beach with an
Instead of working with a particular stamp set at last week’s Card & Cuppa classes, I chose to focus on a set of tools instead. The tools were sponges. The background uses one of the Decorative Masks and a Sponge Brayer to apply the colours. Here it’s Lovely Lipstick with Cajun Craze over the top.
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
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
At last week’s Card & Cuppa class there was one decision that needed to be made by each attendee. To grunge, or not to grunge… As you can see, there is a bit of a difference depending on your choice. What is great about this project is that you have to create the crisp and