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.
I’ve once again returned from a fabulous fortnight in sunny Cyprus. The staff at the hotel we stay at are fabulous, so I made these Gallery Grunge & Artisan Textures thank you cards to hand out. The base card is a Very Vanilla Notecard with Fresh Fig as the main colour. A combination of the
Last week’s Card & Cuppa project was Jar of Love meets Bunny Builder Punch. Due to the Bank Holiday, there was only one Card & Cuppa session. The jar from Jar of Love is stamped twice, once on the main card and once on a separate piece of cardstock. 2nd generation stamping of Pool Party
I hope you’re enjoying the Bank Holiday. It doesn’t seem possible that it will be September next week. For last week’s Card & Cuppa session I decided to revisit a project I’d made previously and give it a Lovely Lipstick twist. The secret of this project is the simplicity. As this card only needs two
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
This ‘Thank you’ card is for some very lovely ladies who have helped me to ‘nail it’ and add another skill string to my creative bow. I’ve recently been taking courses in something that has interested me for a number of years. I can now happily announce that I am able to perform manicures and
During the school holidays I’ve been holding Card & Cuppa for Children sessions. This is our regular Card & Cuppa session but for specifically for children aged 4+. It was a hit last year, so I decided to run it again this year. Here is the project from last week. I knew I wanted to