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In Color Introduction Class – Bumblebee and Many Mates Bundle

Last week I held my annual ‘In Color’ Introduction Class. It’s one of my favourite classes of the year as attendees use the new colours and new products too. This year, it was slightly different to usual as it was held online rather than face-to-face. As the attendees had class kits posted to them in

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Birthday Card using the Ornate Style Bundle

Due to the Bank Holiday, there wasn’t a Card & (Your) Cuppa class last week, so I’m sharing another project with you instead. This is a Birthday Card I made for a Lily Pad Stamper – a member of my Stampin’ Up! Team. As they are a fan of pinks and subtle colours, I used

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Celebrate with Seasonal Layers

If you’re looking for a card that is really versatile, then this design is perfect. At my recent Stamp-a-Stack class we chose to celebrate with Seasonal Layer. We used Grapefruit Grove and Pear Pizzazz here, but you could use any combination. Background stamping using the Gallery Grunge Stamp Set removes some of the white space,

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Spring Blooms

I decided to create this pretty spring blooms card for last week’s Card & Cuppa sessions. My inspiration for this project was Page 10 of the new Spring/Summer Catalogue. This project uses various punches, Leaf Punch, Sprig Punch, Detailed Trio Punch, Pretty Label Punch and Bitty Blooms Punch Pack. Falling Flowers, Happy Birthday Gorgeous and

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Floral Grunge

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.

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Rooted in Nature Bundle in purple and blue

Autumn is here and it’s the perfect time for the Rooted in Nature Bundle. Here is an example in purple and blue. As you can see, I’ve not opted for the usual oranges, greens and browns for this project. It’s great to mix things up a bit with non-standard colour combinations. A lovely colour combination

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