I have a card that is very simple and quick to make today. Simple, but beautiful.
Is there a stamp set that you tell yourself that you should play with more often? For me, it’s the woodgrain background stamp called Hardwood. After all, this woodgrain thingie is all the rage at the moment!
This project originally started as something else – which is turning out to be quite a habit! So this one turned itself into a wedding favour, but don’t worry…the original idea is still in my head and will appear at some point.
Sometimes, I need to remind myself to use my lovely patterned papers on my cards. I tend to get carried away with getting creative with inks and making backgrounds that I forget all about my lovely papers.
Since I shared this cute little box last week, I have had requests for a tutorial….so here it is!
Regardless of the term ‘clean & simple’, some of us really do have trouble keeping things simple and understated. Here is how to not keep adding and keeping it clean.
We are well into the bluebell season now and at the time of writing this post, they are almost in full swing. Here’s a birthday card that will reflect this time of year perfectly. This one is a cute 4×4.
This little album will make the perfect project if you just have an hour or two to complete a something. Especially, if that project needs to be a gift!
Making this ultra cute satchel to fill with a gift (baby shoes?) or treats is really simple with the gift bag punch board. Perfect for babies, children and adults alike!
This layout is so simple that if you are new to scrapbooking, it’s not daunting. This technique has been used in cardmaking and scrapbooking, so this skill can be transferred with ease.
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.
I was absolutely delighted to catch a glimpse of this month’s Simply Cards & Papercraft Magazine – One of my pretty boxes had made it onto the front cover!
I have a pretty card to share with you today! This one is featured in Die-Cutting Essentials Magazine 23 alongside Kaisercraft’s Wildflower Collection and new dies and you can find the video tutorial below.
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’ve all seen vintage photos in black & white and sepia, scrapbooked with similar colours to give it that ‘heritage’ look. As nice as this looks, wouldn’t it be a beautiful thing to bring some life back into the page and the photograph?
What’s pink, black & white and has stripes? This striking Ferrero Rocher tray is the answer and here is how you make it…
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!
Let me tell you what makes my brain do a happy dance….butterflies, teals & blues and making coasters. So today’s project is a combination of all three and guess what? I’m happily dancing away with the results!
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.
So what happens when you mix together 2 things that you love? In this case I combined my twist & fold mini album and the free SAB Carried Away DSP – the result? Something beautiful that I keep going back to play with!