Tag: Spring/Summer Catalogue

Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – SAB Lasting Lily

This is the Card & Cuppa version of the SAB Lasting Lily card we made at my recent Stamp-a-Stack class. It’s a lovely Level 2 Stamp Set, and I’ve again paired it with the fabulous Crackle Paint Background Stamp from the Spring/Summer Catalogue. However, I’ve changed the colours to more muted tones and added a

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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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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Hues of Highland Heather

Last week’s Card & Cuppa project was all about using one colour, this one was hues of Highland Heather. It uses the Highland Heather piece of fabulous FREE SAB Botanical Butterfly DSP as a background. Stripes of Sheer Whisper White Ribbon are then coloured using the Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends Combo Pack to create a

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Tag: Spring/Summer Catalogue

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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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Spring Blooms

I decided to create this pretty spring blooms card for last week’s Card & Cuppa sessions. My inspiration for this project was Page 10 of the new Spring/Summer Catalogue. This project uses various punches, Leaf Punch, Sprig Punch, Detailed Trio Punch, Pretty Label Punch and Bitty Blooms Punch Pack. Falling Flowers, Happy Birthday Gorgeous and

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Amazing Life

At last week’s Card & Cuppa sessions we used another new stamp set from the Spring/Summer Catalogue, Amazing Life. The sentiment seemed quite appropriate as Card & Cuppa is held in local cafes and coffee shops that serve delicious cake. Plus, if you can’t have cake on your Birthday… Using Gray Granite, the sentiment is

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Incredible Like You

Last week’s Card & Cuppa class again used a new Stamp Set called Incredible Like You from the Spring/Summer Catalogue. I made the project in both Very Vanilla and Whisper White as I couldn’t decide which one I preferred. The attendees had a choice of which one to make. Merry Merlot, Melon Mambo, Pear Pizzazz

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Butterfly Gala

At last week’s Card & Cuppa classes we said ‘hello’ to the new Butterfly Gala Bundle. This Bundle is a fabulous Stamp Set with 18 images and sentiments, along with a co-ordinating Punch. Don’t forget that bundles are 10% off buying the products at full price. Plus, there’s Sale-A-Bration on at the moment too, where

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Tag: Spring/Summer Catalogue

Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Bloom by Bloom

Last week saw the first Card & Cuppa classes of 2019. As there is a new Spring/Summer Catalogue, along with SAB, I chose to use a new Stamp Set called Bloom by Bloom. This is a fabulous Stamp Set from the new Happiness Blooms Suite. It has a co-ordinating Bitty Blooms Punch Pack, DSP, Embossing

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Petal Palette Spotlight

For last week’s Card & Cuppa I designed a project using the spotlight technique. First, a background was created using the Petal Palette Stamp Set in Black Archival Ink (on the retiring list along with Basic Gray Archival Ink). Next, 3 different size circles are punched from the background. Then it’s colouring of each circle

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