A mini tutorial and 3 super cute Easter baskets for you today they are quick to make so you still have time to make them. I have to say a big thank you to Lyssa an American Stampin’ Up! demonstrator who’s blog Song of My Heart Stampers is of great inspiration to me. She shared [...]Pin It
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You may remember a card I made using the French Foliage stamp set here, well todays card is another variation, this time using the Everything Eleanor stamp set. It was great to get this stamp set out and get it inky I used it lots when it first arrived, but it has been feeling a [...]Pin It
Oooh pretty butterflies today ! and a bit of a technique too, but not tricky I promise! As part of the Sale-a-bration promotion this year all my hostesses are receiving a pack of Silver Glimmer paper, now this is no ordinary glimmer paper it is dazzling ! There are 2 sheets of 12″x12″ in each [...]Pin It
I think the title says it all really, I have just been tidying up my craft room, packing away some Christmas things and making way for NEW spring-Summer goodies and Sale-a-bration goodies, yes they are on their way……….. But I digress, I was going to put the Delightful Decorations stamp set away along with it’s [...]Pin It
I love Halloween, well actually I love Witches ! From watching the Wizard of Oz as a child often behind the sofa and every fairytale book I’ve read growing up, to the modern stories, musicals ( Wicked is amazing) Witches have always been something I love. So this new Autumn Winter Seasonal Stampin Up! UK catalogue [...]Pin It
Something a bit different for you today it’s a technique called burned batik and makes the most beautiful backgrounds. First onto a piece of Whisper White card I have stamped the circles in Versamark and clear embossed them. Normally when you are embossing you stop when the image is glossy and raised, with this technique [...]