21.3.12

-{no calorie cupcakes}-

Apologies for the poor picture, however I think you'll get the idea.

I've used the Beau Chateau papers to go around the "cakes" and to make little toppers for them.

These will be on sale at the Craft event I'm going to on Friday night.

19.3.12

-{notebook pretties}-

Covered theses notebooks with Whisper White Cardstock that I had stamped.  Got a production line going as I found that I could cut 4 from an A4 piece of card, so I stamped the whole sheet then cut afterwards.





10.3.12

-{Enchanting}-

I've used the papers from the Everyday Enchantment collection from the current Saleabration brochure.


Behind the flower I have punched some vellum with the Decorative Border Punch and scrunched it to create a frilly ruff behind the rose.


8.3.12

-{ French Foliage: part 3 }-

Another couple of cards.  I can see myself using this set for men's cards - especially with more nature inspired colours.



Recieved this from my Stampin Up mummy today, thank you Claire!



The purpose of the award is that each recipient has a small blog (less than 200 followers). They in turn nominate five other recipients, each of whom has a blog with less than 200 followers.
Leibster is from the German and means "dearest" and the award is passed to people who have inspired and motivated others.
  I would like to share this award with the following ladies who inspire me with their creations and ideas.









6.3.12

-{ French Foliage: part 2 }-

Upcoming class

When: Tuesday 20th March, 12.50pm - 2.40pm
Where: My House
What will it cost: £8
We will be using the French Foliage stamp set to create 4 classic cards.  
Please contact me to book a place.


More from this beautiful set, this time using a slightly different colour palette.

I experimented by stamping onto the paper flower, before using the sponge daubers on it.  Used the Decorative label punch to create the label with the sentiment.



5.3.12

-{ French Foliage: part 1 }-

Bought this set a couple of weeks ago, I had seen it used so beautifully on other cards it had been on my wish list.  This card only remained in my possession a few days, as a friend bought it as soon as she saw it!  I'll have to make another one!

I masked off the central area with a sticky note and scored a square with my Fiskars paper trimmer using the score blade (available through Stampin Up).  The flower is one from the set of Paper Daisies, you get 40 in a packet of various sizes.  They are really easy to colour as the come plain white.


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