Check out what is my favourite no-fail stamp set from the new 2018-19 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue. It is called Healing Hugs and is so easy to use creating spectacular projects. I have also included a bonus FREE download, a colour coach, to make your colour selections easy. You do not want to miss this special offer.
What does a Gatefold Easel Card look like? Check out this live tutorial featuring the Share What You Love Suite and the amazing Lovely Floral Dynamic Embossing Folder. The deep texture of this embossing folder makes it able to be used in so many different ways. Love this suite, especially the Early Release bundles, only available May 2018. Don’t forget each bundle includes some FREEBIES.
Check out the free video tutorial featuring the Lovely Floral Dynamic Embossing Folder Gatefold Easel Card (that is a mouthful!). The unique patterned pearlised paper used in this card is an absolute feature. The DSP and embossing folder are part of a limited time early release bundle containing FREE products that you will not want to miss.
We Must Celebrate Easter Card Do you ever have to create a card but you didn’t have any of the ingredients you need? Well, that was me for this project. The April Global Stampers challenge was ‘Easter’. In our family Easter is big but I don’t own any Easter stamp sets and only own… Read More »
Global Stampers Favourite Sale-a-Bration Product March Blog Hop – Springtime Foils Specialty DSP I get asked all the time which is my favourite FREEBIE from the Sale-a-Bration catalogue. Up until the second Sale-a-Bration (SAB) release late last month, it was the Party Pandas stamp set – but not anymore. I love the versatility of the 12″ x… Read More »
Heartfelt Blooms – the first Distinktive stamp set created by Stampin’ Up! I know you will be wondering why I call the Heartfelt Blooms Stamp Set by Stampin’ Up! the ultimate new stamp set. Well, it is easy really. Stampin’ Up! is one of the few companies that is still producing quality red rubber stamp… Read More »
Mistletoe Friends Stamp Set makes Christmas card making easy This month’s Global Stampers’ challenge is “Fancy Fold Christmas Card”. Don’t forget to check the other Christmas Fancy Folds projects below as part of the Global Stampers’ Blog Hop. I chose the Mistletoe Friends Stamp Set to feature as I had yet to use this set… Read More »
Easy Peasy Labels to Love Christmas Card I am busily getting ready for my catalogue launch this weekend and there are so many products that I want to share with you. Working on some new displays that will WOW, that will make the catalogue come to life. I think you will fall in love like… Read More »
Halloween here I come! Now I am not usually into Halloween as I live in Australia. But this year I will be visiting the United States for Halloween (and Stampin’ Up! OnStage in Salt Lake City) and I have particularly asked for ‘the full Halloween experience’. I am so excited and thought, perhaps, I needed… Read More »
I have released my latest round of card making classes. They will be so much fun, especially if you like getting a bit inky. We are focusing on creating amazing backgrounds this month, hence the name Background Glory. Each background is simple to replicate once you know how and just uses some very basic ingredients.… Read More »
It’s July, so it is time for Christmas Cards At the start of every year, I vow I will get in early to complete my Christmas cards so there is no rush at the end of the year when everything gets a little hectic. Well, this year I am on track to achieve what I… Read More »
Today we are travelling the world, visiting some of my demonstrator friends who are part of the Global Stampers Challenge. This month’s challenge was to create a ‘vacation’ project. I have already posted details of my vacation card which featured the Pick a Pattern Designer Series Paper. Check out these simple cards.
Pick a Pattern Designer Series Paper becomes a favourite It is holiday time here in Australia and so it seems right around the world – hence why the theme for the July Global Stampers is holidays – something very dear to me. There were so many projects running around in my head but I decided… Read More »