September is upon us and if you like to get a head start with your Christmas cards, then today’s project is a great way of starting. This card is featured in the current issue of Die-Cutting Essentials 28 and here is the tutorial on how to make it.
When I received my invitation to Trimcraft’s Christmas Bloggers Day, I could hardly contain my excitement! A day of crafting using their new Christmas collections!
These ones are so cute that I’m going to make a whole lot more to hang on my tree. Or even perhaps an Advent tree?
Welcome to Day 3 of Christmas in July! Today, we will be making a beautiful presentation gift box for a mini champagne and flute – and it’s very simple to make.
Welcome to Day 2 of Christmas in July! Today we will be making a Nordic/Scandinavian inspired gift box using the lovely new Christmas range from Crafter’s Companion.
Welcome to Day 1 of Christmas in July and I’m so excited to get this series started! Today, we are making a gift box for a mini bottle of wine.
I can’t believe it has already been a year since my last Christmas in July series and I’m just as excited to share this years series!
I’ve been craft shopping and here I am sharing it all with you!
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.
Is it really only 12 sleeps until Christmas?! Today is also the last day to have your Stampin’Up! order delivered before Christmas as well. I have chosen to make a Happy New Card for today’s project.
As requested, I have the tutorial available on how I made the lovely Merry Mice Christmas Card from a couple of weeks ago. It is quite easy to do the night time scene and I show you exactly how in the tutorial.
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!
Thank you for joining us on The Artful Stampers and Pootlers Blog Hop. I’ve been so excited about this hop since I agreed to join and I hope you are enjoying hopping about.
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.