I just quickly wanted to share a card I received recently made with the Half Full stamp set. If you love wine, this is a must have stamp set for you!!
This set is retiring soon, so if you want to add it to your collection, be quick as once it’s gone, it’s gone.
Half Full card
For the last class of the year we made eight lovely cards using the Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper with matching card stock.
The red distressed card tin is perfect for storing them in or can be used as a gift.
We use various techniques to create these gorgeous cards and everyone enjoyed the class thoroughly.
Thanks to everyone who comes to my classes I look forward to creating with you all again next year.
If you would like to get creative and make cards like these, check out my class schedule below and join us at a class.
Have a great Christmas, see you next year.
Here’s my tip of the week. Did you know that you can stamp and heat emboss on Vellum?
Vellum gives a great effect when layered and can be stamped and heat embossed.
The Merry Christmas To All Bundle has a great range of Christmas sentiments and shapes for your enjoyment.
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I hope you find this tip useful.
I made a beautiful Christmas card using the Beautiful Baubles Bundle and Foil-edged Cards and Envelopes.
I created my own stamp pad using wet wipes and re-inkers to create a multi-colour look.
The foil-edged cards and envelopes give the finished card a premium look
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If you would like to learn how to make cards like these why not come to one of my classes? Check out my schedule below.
Here’s my FIRST EVER video of making a card – bloopers and all.
The card uses the gorgeous Dashing Deer Bundle.
REMEMBER, orders of $100 or more in October will receive:
- a FREE Take your Pick Tool from me
- go into the draw for the gorgeous So Santa stamp set valued at $40!
Here’s the lovely projects we made at my wine and cheese Fundraiser last weekend. The rainy afternoon was perfect to enjoy an afternoon of crafting 😊
Thanks again to all who came.
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Welcome to our Alaska Achievers Blog hop for September
This is my last Alaskan Achievers Blog Hop that I have the privilege of taking part in. I’ve been humbled to participate in this along with many Demonstrators from all around the globe.
Once again, a huge thank you to all of my team and customers who helped me achieve this incredible reward. I wouldn’t have been able to do it without you. #alaskasu2018 #stampinup30
This month we are highlighting Stampin’ Up! new Holiday Catalogue product.
I’ve had fun playing this weekend and creating samples for my upcoming Holiday Catalogue Launch Fundraiser. I’ll share a few with you today.
I created this cute set of cards using the Festive Farmhouse Suite on page 12 in your new catalogue. The Festive Farmhouse Cardstock Pack co-ordinates beautifully with this suite keeping the colours simple by just using Very Vanilla, Old Olive and Cherry Cobbler with a touch of silver on the accents.
The lovely versatile Festive Farmhouse DSP and Elements are the feature on my cards. I cased a catalogue sample for inspiration and changed it up to make it my own.
I love stitching on cards but usually find it too much trouble. I had the time and I’m glad I got the sewing machine out as this added a cute touch to the cards too.
I used the gorgeous new Striped Burlap Trim for as an accent through the centre of the card and I enjoyed layering. The little sprigs are from the new Sprig Punch.
I separated the Cherry Cobbler twine into a single strand to add a little extra texture.
I had my first ever play with shimmer paint and I am in love! I put a few drops into some Isocol alcohol solution using my spritzer and just sprayed a fine mist over the finished cards to give it that little bit of sparkle.
If you’d like to learn how to make cards like these and have some creative fun, come to my classes, I would love for you to join us!
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Thanks for visiting my blog me today. I hope you enjoyed the showcase of brand new Holiday Catalogue products.
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