It’s finally here! The Demo I promised back in July has been filmed and you can find it below. I’ve gone with a Christmas woodland theme this time with the Foxy Friends stamps.
Today’s card is a slight variation on one of my cards from the Christmas in July series I made in the summer. These are so easy to put together and simple enough for children to help out too.
I have another quick and simple (& beautiful) card today – you can make lots of these if you do each stage in batches. I love cards that can be made like this.
It’s getting quite close to Christmas now and time is running short if you haven’t started on your cards – my answer is to give you quick and simple ideas so you can get yours made with minimal stress.
So, here we are as promised – the video tutorial for my 3D forest card made for The Artful Stampers And Pootlers Blog Hop last week.
These diddy little boxes will make perfect table favours for your guests this Christmas – and you can made 4 of them from a 12×12 piece of cardstock!
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With this card, I managed to make a forest of trees with just one stamp – using the stamping off technique.
I love how beautiful these cards have turned out and they were easy to make as well. The Wondrous Wreath stamp set can be found in the Christmas section of our Annual Catalogue.
Having the Scalloped Tag Topper punch in my crafty stash really comes into it’s own this time of year. I probably won’t ever have to buy another gift tag again!
How adorable is this little Nordic themed box?! This look is so easy to achieve with a stitch/knitted stamp and some white embossing powder.
If you love the Nordic Christmas theme, then you might just love these red and white gift tags. The white heat embossed stitch stamp looks great against the red.
It may be just a month away, but if you are hosting a New Year’s Eve Party then now is the time for invites (if you haven’t already, that is!). Imagine receiving something so lovely as this invitation.
If you have some homemade treats or have made my easy chocolate microwave fudge to give away this Christmas, then here is an idea on how to package it up beautifully.
Have you ever splashed yourself with hot fudge? It usually results in a few naughty words. In my lifetime, I have made a perfect fudge once….ONCE! I did it properly to the letter with a thermometer and kept it stirring until I thought my arm would drop off. Other than that, I have always had […]
Here I am again using the small pine branch stamp on today’s card. This time I have used it to create a background using different shades of green.
I’ve been having so much fun with my sponge daubers at the moment that I have worn one out! In particular, it was the one using the blue ink – all those lovely night time skies I’ve been making.
I had quite a bit of fun making the background for this card. These last few weeks I have decided to step up my cardmaking a little and get more artistic with them – so there will be plenty more ahead.
I have been on the lookout for the perfect motorbike stamp for a few years. I was over the moon when Stampin’Up! brought out One Wild Ride back in June. I have a few motorbike enthusiasts in the family and I’ve been wanting to make some homemade gifts with this theme for a long time. […]
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