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 found something fantastic and I can’t wait to share it with you all. On my travels to craft shows, I came across self adhesive glitter sheets and they are the BOMB! Without the actual glitter bomb mess.
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!
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.
Today’s project was an absolute delight to make and it looks so lovely on display, especially with Easter just around the corner. This is how you can make one too…
We’ve all been there with the troublesome ribbon spools….rolling around and unwinding themselves! At times, they seem like the stuff nightmares are made from when they’re all tangled. So here’s a solution to keep them nice & tidy.
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.
If you ever have trouble adding patterned paper to your cards, then this post is for you! Using patterned paper can make a big statement and is the perfect solution in making a stack of cards in no time.
The colour combination of pink & green has to be my favourite combo at the moment and it won’t be long before May arrives and this colour combination will be everywhere in nature.
Spring is in full swing over here in the UK. The forsythia is in full bloom, the daffodils are everywhere and Easter is just around the corner.
Today is the day that my first commissioned work will be published! I am so excited to share this bumper blog post with you! It contains 3 YouTube videos and coincides with today’s release of Simply Cards & Papercrafts (161) – containing these 3 scrapbook pages!
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!
I had an absolutely fabulous time at the IndigoBlu Art Retreat – there was plenty of fun, painting and tea & cake with a bit of shopping thrown in! After a warm welcome, it was time to get my apron on…