Merry Christmas everyone and thanks for or ding from me in 2013
I have decided to take a break from being a Stampin Up Demonstrator due to other commitments, so as of today I am no-longer able to provide supplies from SU.
However you are more than welcome to contact me regarding products and even joining Stampin Up and I will put you in touch with a couple of friendly and reliable demonstrators.
I am still taking card orders so nothing has changed in that respect.
Thanks to everyone who has ordered from me in the past and look forward to your continued support in 2014
Merry Christmas everyone
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My Trick or Treats this year
Products use to make these Halloween treat holders
That’s right; it’s time to start thinking about Christmas again. Lucky for you, as part of our 25-year Anniversary celebration we’ve brought back three of our favourite images from Christmas past, and created a never-before-seen image that coordinates perfectly with the Christmas Ornament Punch.
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During our limited-time offer buy three of your favourite packs of Designer Series Paper and then choose one for free—so your paper stash will be ready for any mood that hits.
See your options on pages 151, 153, and 154 of our annual catalogue! *Designer Series Paper Stacks and Specialty Designer Series Papers not included.
Not made a card (or crafted in a while) but came across this card sketch from: CAS(E) this Sketch!, loved the sketch so decided to have a go.
Contact me if you like the card want to know which products were used:
Stamp image multiple times on velum or window sheet (acetate). I used doeflex which is much more durable.
Select areas that will be the same colour and using a craft knife cut those areas out.
Using the stencil, sponge through the cutout area.