Last week’s Card & Cuppa project, this punch art dragon has a bit of twist. I hold separate Card & Cuppa for Children projects during the summer holidays and usually design a separate project for them as well. This year, I decided that both the adult and children sessions should make the same project. The
At the recent Lovely As a Tree Class, I gave this project a makeover using Crumb Cake and Soft Suede. The subtle tones of all of the stamping in Soft Suede and Crumb Cake Cardstock makes this a soft and calming project. Just perfect for any occasion. Sponge Daubers and Crumb Cake soften the edges
It was the Birthday of one of my regular class attendees last week and the recipient loves blue and grunge. Every time I design a project with a grunge element, they throw themselves in fully. Therefore, I knew that grunge just had to feature. To begin with, the Artisan Textures Stamp Set and a range
I was asked to design a project using the ‘lighthouse set’, so here is the High Tide lighthouse. I’ve used a Crumb Cake layer for the stamping as it allows the lighthouse and rays to stand out more. The sepia-type tones of Soft Suede for the headland and sun/moon, Crumb Cake for the sea and
No project to show you today as I’ve got some fabulous August offers to share with you instead. Colour your season is a set of products that are only available until 31st August – while supplies last. The fabulous Blended Seasons Stamp Set and co-ordinating Framelits are available as a bundle with 10% off. Plus,
Last week I ran a private class for some lovely ladies. They chose the Lovely as a Tree Stamp Set and I revisited a class I’d run previously using this set as inspiration. It was also my Father-in-Law’s Birthday so one of the projects had a dual purpose. The project is based on this one.
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.
I’ve been sharing the projects from my recent In Color Introduction Class and here is the final colour, Blueberry Bushel. It’s combining with two other new colours, Highland Heather and Gray Granite to make this grungy card. Another new product, the fabulous Artisan Textures Stamp Set creates the background images. Then, the whole piece is
Here is the penultimate project from my In Color Introduction Class. It’s for Call Me Clover, a lovely green. I decided to use a design from a different project and change a little bit. I do this a lot and it’s a great tip. Just find a design layout you like and change bits each
Last week’s Card & Cuppa project was inspired by roses. I have a beautiful rose bush in my front garden that blooms throughout the summer and this year is no exception. In fact the blooms are so pretty that I just had to take a picture. So, when I was thinking about a project for