Hello, today I am going to share a card I made for a friends wedding anniversary. I was stunned to find they were married 18 years, I am sure, like me, she was a child bride 😉
I am loving the Swirly Scribbles dies from Stampin Up and have turned into my go-to dies for most cards. If you would like any more information about Stampin Up products, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I also used the Gorgeous Grunge Stamp Set from Stampin Up for this card, and I am loving my new Hero Arts Ombre Ink Pads.
Thank for popping by today, I hope you are having a great weekend.C xx
Hello, where is this month going? I am about to share another planner layout with you and I can’t believe it’s halfway through August already.
When I plan the week ahead I like to pick a trio of colours that compliment each other, I always make sure I have the pens and ink in the colours too and of course a cheeky wee planner clip or 3!
Full details of where everything is from is on the same photo on my Instagram.
Thanks for popping by today! C x
Hello, today I am sharing a birthday card I made for one of my crafty besties who absolutely loves greens.
I thought I would have a play with the gorgeous new Painted Butterflies Stamps from Altenew that I got when the team at CraftStash.co.uk had a great special offer on.
1 Measure out a piece of white card 5″x3″ and stamp your butterflies in the lightest shade you are using.
2 Using the darker shade stamp the outline of the butterflies over the lighter shade.
3 Apply DST to the back of your piece of card and place it onto some green card, using a perfect layers ruler trim the paper down to create a border.
4 Put lots of 3d foam on the back of your green card and place it on the card.
5 Stamp your sentiment et voila!
Altenew Painted Butterflies Stamps
5×7″ Card Blanks, 1mm 3d Foam Pads, DST all from Stix2
Green card and sentiment stamp from stash.
Thank you for popping by today, I have lots more makes to blog.
Hello, I was recently asked to make a card for a guy who is going swimming with a great white shark later in the year. The card was from his kids so I didn’t want to make the shark too scary.
I used my Cameo and made this card, which the recipient loved.
6×6 Card Blank From Stix2
Coloured card from Stash
1mm Foam Pads From Stix2
Stix2 Glue Pen
Thanks for popping by today.
Where has July gone? I can’t believe tomorrow is August!
I have another week of my planner to share with you, I am really enjoying doing this and find it very therapeutic too, so it’s a win win.
I have discovered some amazingly talented ladies on Etsy selling fabulous stickers for planners and a lot of them are on Instagram and a few have FB groups, so it’s a lovely wee community to be part of.
Thanks for popping by today!
Happy Friday! This week I have made 3 baby shower cards, two team blue and one team pastel! There is definitely something in the air.
1 Layer blue paper onto a card blank, then a smaller layer of blue dotty paper.
2 Die Cut 3 clouds from white pearlised paper and pop lots of 1mm 3d foam on the back
3 Look out card candi and stamp “Baby Shower” onto it
4 Punch out lots of wee hearts, butterflies and flowers and put 3d foam on the back
5 Pop them all onto the card and make your sentiments.
Memory Box Cloud Die
Butterfly, Flower and Love Heart mini punches
Lots of Stix2 3d Foam and DST.
Thanks for popping by, I will be blogging more over the weekend.
Whenever I have a sneaky free hour when I get home at night, I love heading to our craftroom engineering studio workshop to have a little “me” time with my trusty old Filofax!
I have,s0 far, resisted buying a new Filofax as I love the fact mine is plain old brown leather. However, when you open it there is nothing plain or boring about the inside and I really think this adds to the charm of it. Hubby bought me it as a wedding planner over 12 years ago and it is sturdy, reliable and been through a lot with me over the years. Anyway I digress…here is my first weekly tartification of my Websters Pages inserts.
Stamps – Technique Tuesday, Waffle Flower, Stampin Up
Inks – Memento
Stickers – Paperchase, Candy Pink Designs, Little Rainbow Moon, Small Stuff Creations
Clips – Cherryblossoms In The Market Square, FairyAnn Teacake Designs, Little Rainbow Moon
Pens -Staedler Triplus, Mont Blanc
Inserts – Websters Pages
I will be uploading more planner pages as the weeks pass.
My blogging is like busses, you wait for ages then a few come along at once!
This card was for a couples third wedding anniversary, the brief was something leather as it was their 3rd anniversary and something to do with their 4 cats.
Stampin Up Swirly Scribbles Die
Tim Holtz Bigz Cupid Die
Paper Smooches Paw Die
Pearlescent & Linen Card from The Papeterie
Glue pen, PVA Glue, DST, card blank and 3d foam from Stix2
Hope you like this card!
Hello from a rather driech and wet Glasgow, typical Fair holiday weather.
I am slowly catching up and uploading pics of my recent makes and blogging them when hospital Wi-Fi is playing nicely 😉 Hubby is engrossed in F1 so perfect time to blog with a nice coffee.
I made this card for a graduation, the brief was that the graduate like green.
I used my trusty Cameo for the mortar board, what did I ever do without it?
The papers are digi papers that have a great selection of images that are just perfect for these cards.
I popped lots of 3d foam from Stix2 to add dimension to the card.
Thanks for popping by, I will be uploading more makes as the days go by.
*blows away cobwebs*
Well, it’s been quite a few months since I posted on here! There’s been a LOT going on behind the scenes here, which those who follow me on Instagram, Twitter or FB will have seen. Needless to say it’s been a rough few(5) months, but things are slowly getting better thankfully.
I have been crafting whenever I get a spare hour, which isn’t very often I have to admit and I have lots of new pretties to play with including new card, dies and stamps from the new Stampin Up catalogue. I whipped up a few super quick Thank You cards for my lovely customers who placed orders. The new colours are glorious!!
If you would like any more information on Stampin Up or the products I used, please comment or message me.
I will be slowly catching up with blogging over the next few weeks I hope.
Thanks for dropping by,