One of my favourite stamp sets recently retired, this was one of the most popular cards we made with it. I’m sharing it again in case you have this stamp set… The background is acetate, we have managed to stamp on it by using White Staz On. The blue is “Night of Navy”. We usedContinue reading “Elements of Style”
Here is the basket, perfect for Easter Eggs or other little treats: You need the little scallop envelop die for the Big Shot, it also uses the Flower Folds die. Happy Stampin’ Bec.
This card was perfect for me, I liked the simple design, it was a chance to showcase the new In Colours AND it is so quick to make… The new colours are Primrose Petals, Raspberry Ripple, Midnight Muse, Gumball Green and Summer Starfruit. I have used the Butterfly Wings Embosslit with some Rhinestones which isContinue reading “A super quick Thank You.”
I just loved this card as soon as I saw it and had to make it straight away. It is a case of one by Tania and was so quick to put together. As you can see the card uses the “Elements of Style” stamp set along with the Beautiful Butterflies Big Shot Die. Happy Stampin’
Well my Wedding envy continues… still not a invite in sight 😦 However, glad to not be in the position of my dear friend who loves to tell me exactly how many Wedding Invitations are sitting on her fridge… she is currently trying to decide how to attend a wedding up north, with plane ticketsContinue reading “Still not a wedding in sight…”
Today is Linda’s Birthday, so I wanted to prove that even though she hasn’t got this card in her hands it has been made in time 🙂 Linda loves pink and doesn’t have the “Elements of Style” stamp set so I googled the two of those and this beautiful creation popped up here, as you canContinue reading “Happy Birthday Linda”
A very important part of my month is the class I help out with at SIDS and Kids. This month we were covering journals in which to record very precious memories. Here is the one I did: I kept it pretty simple and was happy with how it turned out. The paper is from theContinue reading “Cherished Journals.”