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 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!
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.
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 made this card for our team’s blog hop last month and I promised a tutorial on how I made the card. If you’d like to go on the blog hop, the details are HERE. Happy hopping!
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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.
Hello and welcome to the very first Pootlers’ Team Birthday Blog Hop! Team Pootles has grown so large that we now have quite a lot of birthdays to celebrate – and mine is this month! The 9th of January to be exact.
Today, I have a tutorial of how to make a card that I shared last week. This card started out as another experiment – I wanted to see if I could replicate the frozen leaves that are still on the ground. They look so sparkly and pretty!
Thank you for joining us on our Creative Flow Blog Hop. Each month we are set a challenge to creatively stretch our imaginations.
It’s not very often you see me using patterned paper on my cards. I’m not too sure why either? So, for today’s card, I thought I would do just that!
I love the look of black & white and this combination is great for creating unisex cards. There are loads of biker women out there, so this card isn’t just for the gents!
I still love this rose stamp just as much as when it first came to us almost a year ago. This stamp set will never be leaving my craft room….ever. Actually, it comes with me to classes & workshops so I can teach people how to watercolour these roses, but then it goes straight back […]
This card is stunningly beautiful and I seem to be going back to my old love of gold & navy again. I just simply love this colour combination! Moth to a flame and all that jazz!
This Card can be made in 4″x 4″ or 6″x 6″ – either would look great. We are running low on time to get cards made and sent before Christmas, so I’m still keeping things simple.