Children’s Craft Course

Starting today I am holding a Children’s Craft Course in my home. The course is for 7 weeks and will, hopefully, help the the children to be able to work with colours more confidently in the future.

They are going to be making a 6″ x 8″ Scrapbook Album, 8 Christmas cards with envelopes and 2 Christmas Rosette Ornaments.

I have a maximum class size of 6 students as I want to be able to give each student the attention and help that they may need.

I’m really looking forward to the classes each week and hope that each of the children will be more confident in colours and being creative.

Below is what they’ll be creating.

And here is the kit that they’ll receive.

If you’d like to purchase any of these products, you can shop for them online at my shop and have them delivered straight to your door.

Watercolour Christmas Project Kit

The Watercolor Christmas Project Kit is in the new Holiday Catalogue and has the materials to make 20 cards, 5 each of 4 designs. There is a matching stamp set to go with this kit, Watercolor Christmas.

I haven’t yet purchased the Watercolor Christmas Stamp set  and so I wanted to see if I could use a different stamp set for the sentiments as a substitute.  After all, sometimes we have our favourite sentiments that we want to use.  I used the Snowflake Sentiments stamp set instead and loved how the cards turned out. You could also use the Oh, What Fun stamp set as well and really any other sentiment stamp set that you own.  The Watercolour Christmas Project Kit is really quite versatile and you can adapt any stamp set that you wish.

Below is a video produced by Stampin’ Up! on the kit and how to assemble the cards.

 

And finally I have included a video by a US demonstrator, Rachel Tessman from Stamp your Art Out, that explains how you can create double the cards from one kit.


 

Pocketful of Sunshine – Part 3

The pocketful of sunshine stamp set presentation continues.

I wanted to make a sampler and experiment with all the stamps that were in the set so created this sampler.  I took some photos of my girls hamming it up in their sunnies.
I’ve used the Color Theory paper stack in conjunction withe the stamp set.
I really love how this turned out.  I just need to get the hubby to put it up on the wall for me.

The last project I made was this banner.  When I saw the pocket stamp I knew it would be great to create a banner with it and combine it with the alphabet stamp set.  The colours I used were Dapper Denim, Crushed Curry, Old Olive & Berry Burst.

New Holiday Catalogue – 2017

The brand new Holiday Catalogue is now live.

I have sent out catalogues to
customers that have purchased from in in the last 12 months.  If you’d like a copy then send me a message and I will pop one in the post for you.

When I sent out my catalogues I’ve also included a voucher and a card especially for my customers.  I really love the card that I made and its fairly simple to re-create too.

 

Pocketful of Sunshine – Part 2

Continuing on from my last post I wanted to share some more projects that I’ve made to present at Stamp Camp using the Pocketful of Sunshine Bundle.

This next project is a gift card holder for Fathers Day.  I made a belly band to hold it closed.  It is fairly simple.

This next project is a christmas card that I made while at Stamp Camp using the pocket framelit.  The sentiment is stamped onto the money shape that is in the framelits dies.  I thought it was a cute way of using it.

This next project is using the pocket die and I used a 1″ strip of DSP to make it into a pocket and used ribbon as the handle.

This next project is using the new mini pizza boxes and I used the sun shape to cut out the window with the sun rays.

All of these projects are fairly easy to recreate and if you’d like to make them yourself then get yourself the Pocketful of Sunshine Bundle and get creating.

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