The gorgeous Baby Bear stamp set has a wonderful range of greetings that can be used for baby cards, wedding cards, thank you cards and much, much more.
The Baby Bear stamp set is on the retiring list so this will be your last chance to get this cute, versatile stamp. Once it’s gone, it’s gone!
Watch me make this card:
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I am not good at cake decorating but I needed a topper for my Mum’s upcoming 80th Birthday cake. Solution… I have loads of paper…
My Mum loves flowers and gardening so this is what I came up with.
It’s attached to a plastic solid base with the help of a glue gun. Of course it’s finished off with a spray of shimmer paint.
ps, I might be in love with the new Magnolia bundle
Watch me make this arrangement
This week I am featuring the retiring Dragonfly Dreams which has been one of my favourite stamp sets over the last couple of years.
This is a Two-Step Stampin’ set which means you can combine individual stamps to create the final image you want in the colours you want.
This stamp set is on the retiring list so get it while it’s still available
My tip of the week is ‘don’t be afraid to stamp off the side of your card stock’. Stamping off the page creates a much more interesting visual effect and background for your card.
This ‘Hugs from Shelli’ Paper Pumpkin Kit will be available to purchase on 15 May.
The kit contains material to make 12 cards, is pre-cut and ready to go, coordinates with other Stampin’ Up! colours and is described by Shelli as ‘a touch of earthy and elegant spring with lots of layers and texture.’
This week’s tip is how to keep your image in place if you don’t have a magnetic plate for your Big Shot.
We’ve all had this problem!
You have a scrap piece of card big enough to cut out with a framelit but too small that it becomes fiddly (and moves) when lining up your Big Shot plates.
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A fabulous highlights recap of OnStage Auckland, April 2019. It was so wonderful to be part of this fabulous event. Enjoy!