I love the innovation that Stampin’ Up! brings to cardmaking and scrapbooking. And the Butterfly Brilliance Bundle just blows me away! You can quickly cut out stamped images for a single project or create multiples of the same project with ease. It is an absolute WOW! And this bundle comes with a 10% discount –… Read More »
Video Tutorial Circle Layering cards are all the rage at the moment but I decided to step it up a little by adding an additional sequence. Most circle layering cards only feature two patterns, not the three. And to fit all three full patterns it was time to feature a slimline card design. And the… Read More »
Stampin’ Up! Capture the Good Stamp Set Scrapbooking Layout This layout is a little different for me but I love it – especially the ‘timber work in the side borders. The Stampin’ Up! Capture the Good Stamp Set is featured. It was originally designed as the 2019 December Scrapbooking kit for my ‘From Picture to… Read More »
See a silhouette suite by stampin’ up! geometric double page layout LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS LAYOUT featuring the See a Silhouette Suite by Stampin’ Up! Perfect for that little OCD streak in me. The bright colourful patterns just WOW me and they are so easy to work with. One side of the patterned See a… Read More »
Are you into memory keeping? I am. Each month I create a double page scrapbooking layout kit for my Picture to Page Creative Class, held on the first Friday of the month. This layout features the Rooted In Nature Stamp Set, which has matching dies. My next comment is like saying you have a favourite… Read More »
Why is it so hard to create masculine layouts – or is it? I haven’t created too many masculine scrapbooking layouts and I am not sure why. They are easy enough to create – remove the bling and tizz and use earthy colours and you are there. They are so easy to create that I… Read More »
Wishing You Well Stamp – a sleeping giant of the new Christmas Catalogue It is that time of the year when we start thinking Christmas – well if you are like me, that is. I know there are still three and a half months to go but I have some holidays coming up so… Read More »
All the Good Things I am not really sure why I love the All the Good Things stamp set, but I do. When the Big Brown Box (BBB) arrived with my first order from the 2018 Annual Catalogue, this was the first stamp set I pulled out and started to play with. And there were quite a few choices… Read More »
Graceful Glass Designer Vellum Global Stampers Challenge This month’s Global Stampers’ Blog Hop Challenge is a 3 D project. I sometimes struggle with 3 D projects – not always does something creative quickly pop into my head and this month it was no different. But I do always have a soft spot for candles and… Read More »
A fabulous scrapbooking kit suitable for memory keepers of all levels. It features the Lilypad Lake Bundle and the Tranquil Tide Designer Series Paper. This kit combines stamping, die-cutting and scrapbooking. Tips and tricks provided as part of the article for those that can’t make the Creative Class. RSVP’s due this Wednesday 4 July 2018.
So which is my favourite product from Stampin’ Up!’s brand new 2018-19 Annual Catalogue? What an impossible question but for June’s Global Stampers Blog Hop Challenge, I chose to feature the Serene Garden Stamp Set and coordinating Garden Scene Framelits Dies to create a gorgeous feminine birthday card. Check it out.
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.
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 »