Thursday, 13 September 2018

Autumn Winter 2018 Catalogue is here!

I've been dying to share the new Autumn Winter catalogue with you all and now I finally can. Click on the image below to go to the pdf and tell me what you think!


Saturday, 25 August 2018

Some rather big news to share with you all and an Instagram Challenge...

Welcome Gift from my Upline

You may have noticed that some things on the sidebar have changed. You may see some Stampin' Up! images and links again. That really can only mean one thing: I have signed on as an independent demonstrator with Stampin' Up! again! I am so excited to be part of this wonderful company and all the amazing people that are part of it again. I had really missed it: the creativity, inspiration, the standard discount but most of all being part of something bigger, something loving, kind and so generous. And so at the end of July I signed up again.

I have since received my Starter Kit full of lovely crafty goodies, catalogues and other business materials and am ready to get going. I have decided to start with an Instagram Challenge: I have started a new account called 100cardstillchristmas where I will be posting tips on how to get organized for making large quantities of christmas cards well in time for Christmas. And of course I will post 100 Christmas Cards that I made before Dec. 25th this year. I'd love it if you joined me on Instagram and tagged any Christmas Cards you made with #100cardstillchristmas or #100cardstillchristmas2018. I am sending a little paper surprise to the first 5 people who tag me this month.

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Happy Easter


I did some crafting! At least half my craft supplies are still in boxes after our recent move but yesterday I finally found my inks and got straight into making some Easter cards before it's too late.

I used the Stampin' Up! Hello Easter stamp set to make that pretty folk art egg. Using my Tonic Studios Stamping Platform I got to restamp the photopolymer stamp a few times to get a nice deep colour. And then to repeat that 6 times so I had enough eggs to make 6 cards. 


Then I used card bases and assorted bits and pieces from the Stampin' Up! Perennial Birthdays Kit which comes in the cutest box with tabs that you can use to organise your birthday cards in by month:
That just makes my organizer heart so happy:-)

So tell me, do you make Easter Cards? Any other Easter crafts maybe?

Hope you have a lovely weekend.