This stamp set can be paired with any sentiment that you have on hand to create a birthday card, a sympathy card or any other card that you’re needing. You can even make a handful of cards in one sitting and have them on hand ready to go when you need one, just add a sentiment.
Welcome to 2019! Happy New Year to you and your family.
I always like to send a thank you card to my customers that buy from me and here is the card I made for November/December customers.
I used the Botanical Butterfly Designer Series paper that you can earn from 3rd January during Sale-a-bration when you spend $90. I used the stamp set Butterfly Gala and the Butterfly Duet Punch. The original design was by Kylie Bertucci and her Love it Chop it. The theory behind it is, if you have designer paper you need to chop it and use. This is a great way to use up some dsp. You can make 6 cards from 1 12×12 piece of DSP.
Every year my girls class give a gift to their teachers and this year was no different. I offered to make the thank you cards for each of the teachers and this is what I made. I used the Daisy Delight stamp set and created a 5″x5″ card for each of them. I had some square envelopes left over from a wedding some years ago and so wanted to utilise these for the cards.
My brother turned 50 this month and we had a family dinner celebrating. With a big Birthday like this I wanted to make a special birthday card for him. So I pulled out some of the new products that are being released in the new Occasions Catalogue and made this card.
I used Basic Gray as my card base and then layered Basic Black on top and some new Designer Series Paper on top. This paper is the new Classic Garage paper stack. I used the retired Large Numbers Framelits and embossed them to add some extra detail. I used the foil sheets for the numbers as well and with the heat from the heat tool it melted some of the foil and that’s how you get the look of the white and smoky slate.
The cogs were all cut out using the Garage Gears Thinlits Dies and I have used the Grapefruit Grove Foil Sheets from the Sale-a-bration catalogue. You can earn this foil for FREE with an order of $90 from January 3rd, 2019.
I stamped on the envelope to match it in with the card and I added an insert in the card to write on and stamped some images on the insert as well. I really love how the card turned out and my brother liked the card too. His wife makes cards and so he understands that a bit of time would have gone into making this card for him.
If you like any of the products I’ve used just click on the link below of the product you like and it will take you to my online shop where you can find all of these products and more.
Welcome to my final day of the 12 Days of Christmas Series and a very Merry Christmas to you all on Christmas Day. My plan was never to finish on Christmas day but that is what happens when I get too busy to craft. Next year I really need to have all my projects ready to go before I even start my series.
This project I saw on another demonstrators page and so wanted to make it for my final project. I love making Christmas decorations and home decor items and this bauble is no exception.
You can watch the talented Vanessa Webb as she shares how to make this bauble. I love how easy these are to put together.
Welcome back to my 12 Days of Christmas Series and Day 11. Sorry for the break in posts. Last weekend there was a massive storm that swept through our area and took out power in 50,000 homes. I was helping out some family members that lost power for 75 hours. They came over and washing clothes, had showers, had hot cups of tea etc. Added to that I have been sick and so I haven’t had a lot of time to craft this past week.
My day 11 project is this gift box to hold a Christmas ornament for a dear friend. I created the box by just measuring the ornament and creating the box to fit the ornament. I used the gorgeous Garden Green & whisper white bakers twine to tie the box.Here’s the inside of the box. I love how the box lid doesn’t cover the entire bottom of the box.And here is the little ornament that is going into the box. Product List
Welcome back to my 12 Days of Christmas Series. Day 10!!
This project was inspired by Intertwyne Designs and her Milk Carton-ish Box. Her box was flatter on the top, however I kept it as a milk carton.
I added some chocolates inside as a treat. I again used the Santa’s Workshop DSP. I just can’t get enough of this paper.
And finally, if you’d love to have a weekend away and just create all weekend, click on the QR code above and find out about my Stamp Camp that is happening in April, 2019. It isn’t just for card makers, its for all papercrafters.