Month: June 2015

Abra-cadabra!

Hello again! I have some really fun cards to show you today. We made these in card class this week, and I just had to share them. They’re most commonly called magic slider cards, and thanks to Dawn Griffiths from Dawn’s Stamping Thoughts, I was able to tackle this technique fairly easily :) This card […]

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June Inkypinks Sketch Challenge

Hello again! I thought I’d share with you, my creation for this month’s sketch challenge with our team of talented Stampin’ Up! ladies, the Inkypinks. This was the sketch provided to our team. The Butterfly Basics photopolymer stamp is quite possibly my most favourite to use this year (so far!), so I was really looking […]

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Newly Listed Retired Products

I have spent the last few days, going through my retired Stampin’ Up! products, trying to decide what I can bear to part with! ;) I have now listed all the retired products I can bear to let go, to another loving home. Click on the categories below to view what’s available. Shipping is available […]

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Weekly Deals – 03/06/15 to 09/06/15

There’s some great bargains in the Weekly Deals this week! The Hearts Border punch adds gorgeous borders to cards, and you can use the punch outs as confetti. The Chalk Talk Framelits and Flower Fair Framelits are also a steal at that price – FYI, the Flower Fair ones match the Flower Patch photopolymer stamp […]

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It’s Time For Adventure!

I decided to partake in a rather fun challenge this week, in the ESAD Demo Designs Facebook group. The challenge was set by Mrs Punch-Art-Queen herself, Kelly Kent, and was as follows: “Use a builder punch to create something other than it’s obvious application (ie, the cupcake builder for anything other than a cupcake) and […]

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Irresistible Embossing

In this week’s card class, we looked at the Emboss Resist technique. We made two cards; one using sponging, and the other was a watercolour wash background. The first card we made used Lovely As A Tree stamp set. This was stamped on Watercolor Paper using Versamark, and then we heat embossed with Clear embossing […]

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