It’s great when I’m asked to create special cards. Especially when the recipient is a regular class attendee. This was a particularly interesting request as I was asked for THREE cards for a special Birthday for the same person! I know that the lucky lady loves yellows, oranges and bright colours, so I immediately headed
For last week’s Card & (Your) Cuppa project, I used a combination of floral punches and bright cardstock to create this pretty card. I was asked to use yellow, orange and brights, and this project hits the brief! It’s definitely bright and cheery and sure to put a smile on someone’s face. Some of you
It’s that time of year when my friend who likes all things pink and sparkly celebrates her Birthday. This year, I made her some pink and sparkly daisies. It’s no coincidence that the design is very much like this project I shared the other day. In fact, I made the cards at the same time.
Before we commenced the recent social distancing requirements, I held my first Card & Cuppa Plus class. This is a Card & Cuppa class, but there are three projects, instead of just one. This is one of the projects and it uses Daisy Lane yet again! If this design looks familiar to you, it’s because
For last week’s Card & Cuppa session, I created these cute punch art bunnies. Perfect for both Easter and non-Easter events. These bunnies are made from the Daisy Punch, Medium Daisy Punch, Vases Builder Punch and Circle Punches. Plus a die cut shape from the Wiggly Bugs Dies for the grass. I chose Soft Sea
As there was no Card & Cuppa last week, I’m sharing a card for one of my regular class attendees. I chose to use Daisy Lane Once again and make another version of this project. I had Soft Sea Foam and Rich Razzleberry on my desk from a different project, so decided to use them
The final project from my recent Stamp-a-Stack Class is this Daisy Lane Card. It’s inspired by a project from Stampin’ Up! I saw on Pinterest. Don’t forget to check out my boards here. As you know, I love a monochrome-style project and this is so pretty in Smoky Slate and Whisper White. The leaves from
As the Summer Holidays have rolled around again, it’s time for my annual Card & Cuppa for Children Classes. The venue I hold them at runs a themed set of activities each week. This week it was ‘Movie Mayhem’ and my punch art lion fitted this perfectly due to the newly released Lion King film.
For last week’s Card & Cuppa project, I decided to use a stamp set and technique that had both been neglected. Here is the Daisy Delight diagonal slash card. It uses a fabulous colour combination of Calypso Coral, Granny Apple Green and Crumb Cake. I love how the colours really pop against the Whisper White.
I needed a card at short notice so made this very quick and easy project. It’s a combination of a Stamp Set and DSP – Daisy Delight and Frosted Floral. I’ve taken the colour combination from the Frosted Floral DSP and paired Soft Suede, Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla. Using the DSP combinations to assist