Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Friday, 10 October 2014
For the second card, I used the French Foliage stamp set and again added a couple of wooden ornaments to finish it off.
Friday, 28 October 2011
Did you think I'd got lost? Now that I've returned to the UK after a wonderful holiday in La Gomera ... this cold weather is certainly shock to the system! But at least it puts me in the mood for getting down and making some Christmas cards and what a lovely set the Beautiful Season is? I just love it. I've decided to keep it really simple, and have just stamped out the bird & holly motif in Basic Black, colouring only the berries in Cherry Cobbler. This makes for a really quick and easy make and I'll probably be using this easy design for quite a lot of my cards.
If you'd like to order the Beautiful Season stamp set, or indeed, any of the supplies to make this card, please email me: img>firstname.lastname@example.org. All orders over £50 qualify for FREE post & packing.
Alternatively, for those of you who just don't have the time (or inclination), I am currently putting together a beautiful wallet containing 10 ready made cards (5 ea of 2 designs including this one). Further details will be shown on my blog shortly. If you are interested in receiving a pack, please email me with your details.
Meantime, don't forget to visit my blog again shortly, when I'll be highlighting another lovely card using the Pines & Poinsettias stamp set.
Stampin Up! Supplies
Stamp Sets: Beautiful Season, Parlor Prints
Cardstock: Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake
Classic Inks: Basic Black, Crumb Cake
Stampin' Write Marker: Cherry Cobbler
Bits & Bobs: Snail Adhesive
Saturday, 8 October 2011
Crumb Cake, Old Olive, More Mustard & Whisper White
Old Olive, More Mustard & Basic Black
Jewelry Tag, Scallop Trim Border Punch
Bits & Bobs:
Linen Thread & Ribbon (ribbon no longer available)
Saturday, 1 October 2011
Like a copy for FREE?
Place an order with me of £50 or more, and I'll send you a complimentary copy absolutely FREE!
Like FREE postage and packing?
I am offering FREE p&p to all my customers old and new during October/November/December (saving £4.95) when you place an order for £50 or more.
How about lots of new Stampin' Up! goodies at a discount ... for ever?
With the introduction of the new Book & Catalogue comes new In Colours - a collection of fresh trendy new colours that are introduced each year. During October, you can select 2011-2013 In Colours for FREE when you join the Stampin' Up! family.
Here's what you get for FREE ...
Card Stock and Classic Stampin' Pad In Colour Kit - that's five Classic Stampin' Pads and an assortment of A4 cardstock in Pool Party, Calypso Coral, Lucky Limeade, Wisteria Wonder and Island Indigo - and they're all absolutely FREE.
This kit (value £27.95) is in addition to the many new and exciting products you'll receive in the recently updated new demonstrator Starter Kit (£119, valued at more than £250) gives you the tools you need to start a successful business or simply support a hobby you already love.
Check out the Starter Kit on page 133 of the catalogue and if you're interested in finding out how to to get your big stash of stampin' goodies at a HUGE discount, then contact me, email: email@example.com and join my happy team of stampers!
Monday, 19 September 2011
Isn't this just divine ...
... lace effect with some added sparkle! Can you spot how many new things I've used from the new catalogue? Of course, I'm not going to let you into the secret as to what they are ... buy oh my I do love this lace effect.
All my ladies who requested the new 2011-2012 Stampin' Up! Idea Book & Catalogue should have received their copies by now ... if you'd like your very own copy in advance of the official launch date of 1st October, these cost £4.50 inclusive of postage and will be mailed to you first class. Please either email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or scroll down to a previous blog and use the PayPal link.
Saturday, 17 September 2011
Don't forget to come back again soon when I'll have some more crafty creations from the new catty stamps ...