Tag: Sponge Brayer

Saying Congratulations with Varied Vases

There isn’t a Card & Cuppa project to share with you this week, but, I do have a card I made for one of my regular Card & Cuppa attendees. They have recently landed a job so I’m saying Congratulations with Varied Vases as my main design element. I’ve taken inspiration from this project and

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Anyone for ice cream?

Last week it was our final Card & Cuppa for Children session of the holidays and the theme was Summer. Once again I decided that both the adult Card & Cuppa class and the children’s class should make the same project. When I think of summer I think of sitting on a beach with an

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – All about sponges

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.

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Birthday Card for my Dad

As you know, I’m a little bit in love with the SAB Springtime Foils DSP. So, I just had to use when I made this Birthday Card for my Dad. This DSP is the star of the show so I kept the design clean and simple. A Sponge Brayer with Dapper Denim and then Night

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – SAB Springtime Foils

Happy Monday! For last week’s Card & Cuppa project, I designed a card using the fabulous SAB Springtime Foils DSP. This stunning DSP is thicker than usual and has 3 sheets of 4 different single-sided designs.  Each design has embossed patterns in either gold, rose gold, silver, or a mix, and they are perfect for

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Number of Years

At last week’s Card & Cuppa class there was one decision that needed to be made by each attendee.  To grunge, or not to grunge… As you can see, there is a bit of a difference depending on your choice. What is great about this project is that you have to create the crisp and

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