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Seasonal Branch Just for you

At my recent Stamp-a-Stack class, this proved to be one the favourite projects of the evening. It uses the Colorful Seasons Bundle of Stamp Set and Dies along with a sentiment from another set. Inspiration for this design was Cherry Blossom. The combination of Sahara Sand, Very Vanilla and Calypso Coral make a pretty card

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Daisy and DSP

Today I’m sharing another Stamp-a-Stack project. This one is all about daisies. It uses items from the Delightful Daisy Suite – stamp set, punch and DSP. This is a great project for paper stash busting as all you need is strips to make a background. Then it’s up to you how you decide to embellish

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Bright Birthday Numbers

One of the projects at my Stamp-a-Stack classes is a card suitable for children. Here is a bold bright card that ticks that box. It’s similar to this project I made for the child of a friend. However, on this Stamp-a-Stack project I chose to leave it more generic so it would be suitable for

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Inspired by Southwold and Lake District

Today I’m sharing the final two projects from my recent Waterfront Class. All of the projects have been based on places I’ve been to and the final two are in the UK. These projects are inspired by Southwold and Lake District. Our first project is Southwold. I’ve been to Southwold several times and it has

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Inspired by Canada and Dots

Due to the Bank Holiday, there wasn’t a new Card & Cuppa project for last week, the ladies who had their class cancelled due to snow finally got to make THIS project. In light of this, I’m sharing some more projects from my recent Waterfront Stamp Set class instead. Here are the next two, again

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Inspired by Maldives and St Lucia

As soon as I saw the Waterfront Stamp Set in the Spring/Summer Catalogue, I was smitten. It appears my class attendees were too as they asked for a class on it. This class has recently taken place and all of the projects are inspired by places I’ve visited and are named accordingly. I’m going to

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Picture Perfect Birthday Candles

I held another Stamp-a-Stack Class earlier this month. Attendees make 10 cards in total, 2 each of 5 different designs. Here is one of the projects. This card uses the candles from the Picture Perfect Birthday Stamp Set stamped in three vibrant colours. Crushed Curry flames then top off each one. Stamping tone-on-tone on the

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Colourful Dragonflies

If you saw last week’s Card & Cuppa project, you’ll know about the SAB Springtime Foils DSP. At my most recent Stamp-a-Stack class, I just had to design a project using it. This no stamping project uses Sponge Daubers and ink pads to colour the dotty piece of DSP. As the DSP is glossy, it

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Lots of Lavender at Stamp-a-Stack

Here is another project from a recent Stamp-a-Stack Class where every card used items from the Spring/Summer Catalogue and Sale-a-Bration. This project uses the fabulous Lots of Lavender Stamp Set and is very clean and simple. It takes full advantage of the the infill stamps and they help pull this project together really quickly. I

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SAB Happy Wishes

Following on from Wednesday’s post, here is another project from my recent Stamp-a-Stack Class. This project uses a FREE SAB item, the Happy Wishes Stamp Set. I really like this set as most of the work is done for you with the fabulous large ‘happy’ and ‘best’ sentiments. You just stamp those and then add

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