New Catalogue

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Saturday, 04 June 2016

The new catalogue is out now with exciting new stamps, new framelits and punches and of course the new in-colours.

It is sad to say goodbye to old favourites, like Blackberry Bliss (below)...

But we are always happy to see the new in-colours. I have made a card with all 5 colours on.
This card was shown to me by Paula Reid at our On-Stage event.

The colours are (from left to right) Sweet Sugarplum, Dapper Denim, Peekaboo Peach, Emerald Envy, Flirty Flamingo.


Vellum Lamp Shade

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Sunday, 15 May 2016

This cute little desk lamp is powered by a battery tea light candle, which sits in a wineglass.

The lampshade is made from vellum and decorated using the new Rosegarden thinlit dies from Stampin' Up!

This idea was taught to a group of us demonstrators at our annual stamp camp by Narelle Hoggard
I will be teaching it at my home at the end of this month - Saturday 28th of May.
Email me to book into this class.



Gumnut babies

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Tuesday, 03 May 2016

Some of you may remember this punch art card that I made about 18 months or so ago.

Well, I got asked to make another one especially for someone who collects all things to do with the gumnut babies. I made her the original and also ended up designing a new one as well.

And I added some gumnut babies inside the cards and on the envelopes.
I hope she likes them.



Shadow box cards

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Wednesday, 27 April 2016

These cards fold flat and look like a standard card until you open them, then you see a shadow box inside. They depth of looking through the hole to the picture inside is quite unexpected and that's what makes this such a fun card.

Gold Butterfly
Class project at the end of last year.

Under the Sea
A fun card that I made for my display table, with a square window.

Guy Greetings
This was made by someone on my team, not sure who to give the credit to? Maybe Bev Poultney.



More Fancy Fold Cards

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Monday, 18 April 2016

These two cards are what I will be making in my next class on Tuesday 26th of April.
The class starts at one o'clock. Everyone is welcome to attend but you do need to book in your spot.
This 'Nice Cuppa' card was designed by my talented team member, Janice McConnell.

This second card was designed by another amazing team member, Bev Poultney.



Joy Fold Butterfly Basics Card

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Monday, 11 April 2016

I love the final result of this card. I was playing around with different 'anchors' for my joy fold card and came up with this unique butterfly idea.

If you pinch the butterfly's wings together, it will slide through the word window slot and you can open the card.

The butterfly is attached to the card front. My customers who made this in our classes recently loved this idea. What do you think?

Please leave a comment. I love to hear from you.


Grateful Bunch Cards

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Saturday, 02 April 2016

Turtle Punch Art:
This card uses the Grateful Bunch stamp set and matching blossom bunch punch to create a garden pond scene. I used vellum to give the look of water.

The turtle is created using the Fun Flower punch and an extra large oval for the shell.
You just need to cut out one petal from the flower punch as shown below to make the head of the turtle. Glue it to the underneath side of the punched oval and then mount the oval to the rest of the flower using Stampin' dimensionals.

Upright Z Fold Card:
Same layout minus the turtle but using a different card fold.

Inside of card -

Side view so you can see the "Z" fold.



Easter Basket

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Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Instructions for this basket and gift card are on my tutorial page.
The chick is done with paper piecing. (Stamped onto patterened paper and then cut out).



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