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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Beautiful Butterflies

At last week’s Card & Cuppa Class, the attendees made these beautiful butterflies. The project uses the fabulous Butterfly Gala Stamp Set and co-ordinating Butterfly Duet Punch. I chose a background of Soft Sea Foam as it is a lovely pale colour that works well with lots of other colours. Background leaves and the sentiment

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Floral Essence and Perennial Birthday

For last week’s Card & Cuppa Class, it was the turn of the Floral Essence and Perennial Birthday Stamp Sets. The Floral Essence Stamp Set is part of a Bundle with the Perennial Flower Punch. A colour combination of Blushing Bride, Merry Merlot, Mossy Meadow and Whisper White work really well with this project. Petal

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Butterfly Gala Birthday Card

Today I’m sharing a Butterfly Gala Birthday Card with you. It also uses the Very Versailles Stamp Set and the Perennial Birthday Stamp Set. The background leaves are in Soft Sea Foam with the butterflies in Rich Razzleberry. Corners are rounded using the Detailed Trio Punch. A layered sentiment using the Timeless Label Punch is

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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 – Monochrome with Terracotta Tile and Very Vanilla

Last week I introduced the Card & Cuppa attendees to the final In Color 2019-2021. You know I love a monochrome project, so here’s a monochrome with Terracotta Tile and Very Vanilla. I’ve used an image from the Waterfront Stamp Set for the background. The sentiment from Dandelion Wishes Stamp Set is then punched out

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Meeting Rococo Rose

If you’ve seen my recent Card & Cuppa projects, you’ll see that I’ve been working my way through each new In Color. This time the attendees were meeting Rococo Rose. My colour combination is Rococo Rose, Petal Pink, Pear Pizzazz and Very Vanilla. First, the background is stamped with an image from Artisan Textures Stamp

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Butterfly Gala and Stampin’ Blends

For last week’s Card & Cuppa project, I combined Butterfly Gala and Stampin’ Blends. Using Thick Whisper White for the base card, I chose Old Olive as the contrasting colour for the project. A circle was punched before the outline was added using the Swirly Frames Stamp Set. The sentiment from the Itty Bitty Birthdays

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Pretty Purple Posy

Isn’t Purple Posy a fabulous new addition to the Stampin’ Up! range as part of the In Color 2019-2021 Collection? This project was one from my annual Introduction to In Color Papercrafting Class I ran recently. Purple Posy combines beautifully here with the subtle Soft Sea Foam and an existing In Color, Grapefruit Grove. As

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Seaside Spray with Dandelion Wishes

Following on from the previous Introduction to In Color Class project I shared, today we meet Seaside Spray. This was one of the favourite projects among the class attendees. This lovely light blue from the In Color 2019-2021 Collection is teamed here with So Saffron and Pear Pizzazz. A strip was masked and sponge daubers

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Last Week’s Card & Cuppa – Inspired by Wimbledon 2019

As Wimbledon 2019 started last week, it was time for my Annual ‘Inspired by Wimbledon’ Card & Cuppa project. Each year, the project is usually purple, green, yellow and white. This year I chose Purple Posy, Highland Heather, Soft Sea Foam and So Saffron. These colours created a lovely muted and subtle project. The background

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