This time of year is my favourite for buying magazines – and by that, I mean any kind. Craft, home and of course the Radio Times in December. When I saw Making Cards Christmas Papercraft Special, I ordered it and waited not so very patiently for it to land on my doormat. This is a […]
I absolutely adore this time of year for buying papercraft magazines. Why? Because the free gifts are extra amazing in the Christmas issues and the ones in issue 47 Creative Stamping magazine will not disappoint! And the fact they are by Altenew made me happy dance when it landed on my doorstep.
These cute little notepads are so quick and easy to make you can have a whole bunch of them made up in no time! Here’s how…
Moving on from Saturday’s blog hop, here is the tutorial on how to smoosh with the brand new Floral Statements from Stampin’Up!
This technique is very simple, but also very effective – especially when you don’t stick to one colour. Here’s how to make the most out of your circle blending tool or sponge dauber.
There were two things that drew me to buy this stamp set – first, it had a large ‘Hello’. I love any sort of ‘Hello’ stamp and secondly, I adore sunflowers. Then I noticed the stamp set was called Dainty Daisies!
I have a card that is very simple and quick to make today. Simple, but beautiful.
We’ll be using our inks as watercolours today and this technique is perfect for those that haven’t had a try yet. This beautiful floral look is the easiest to achieve, so why not give it a try today.
I wanted to make a quick and simple card that uses patterned paper – sometimes we all need ideas on how to add paper to our cards, so here is my first offering.
In today’s tutorial, we will be making a matching card for the Ferrero Rocher tray that we made on Sunday. This set goes together really well and will make the perfect gift – if you can manage to part ways with them!
We are ending the Springtime Series with a cute Easter treat box, complete with picket fence and miniature post box – the post box is simply adorable and you can even hide a little treat inside!
Rainbow’s make me smile….a lot! So today I have a rainbow of pastel coloured milk boxes to put your Easter treats in. They can also contain 1 Cadbury’s Creme Egg 🙂
Today’s project is a quick and easy make and is especially good if you have a few to make. These little treat pouches are perfect for giving to friends, family and colleagues.
Welcome to the first episode of my new Springtime Series! I have been so excited for this series to start and working just as hard on all the projects.
With Mother’s day approaching, it’s a great time to get out all your spring themed stuff from your stash and break into the pink cardstock. If she’s not a fan of pink, then her favourite colour will work just fine!
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Oh, how I love the simplicity of today’s card. If you are hesitant of using black in your projects, then here is a good place to start. You can even heat emboss it for that extra ‘pop’! If there’s something that I’ve noticed about new scrapbook paper collections being released in the general crafting industry […]
If you haven’t guessed it already, I REALLY LOVE THESE PAPERS! Plus, they are free! And they match the lift me up bundle from the new Spring/Summer catalogue.
It’s not very often you get to see a demonstration on how to make a card that’s from the Stampin’Up! catalogue – So today I have CASE’D (copy and share everywhere) the card from the Sale-a-Bration brochure using the free stamp set Avant Garden.
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