JOIN THE STAMPIN' UP! FAMILY.
Thursday, 19 February 2009
Monday, 16 February 2009
Now I'm off to try & finish my class preparations :-)
Friday, 13 February 2009
I have only just gotten the Large & Small Star Punches & I don't know how I lived without them! They are lots of fun & make a great embellishment for male cards
It only took about 15 mins to whip up 7 of these cards - such a small amount of time that will hopefully put a smile on the face of some children that are faced with the challenges of living with cancer.
Thursday, 12 February 2009
Live Your Dream
Looks Like Spring*
The Snowflake Spot*
Polka Dots & Paisley*
* sets marked with an asterix will be retired at 31st March 2009
You can click here to see the flyer .
I will also be donating my comission (20%) from all sales from now until the 28th February to the Bushfire Appeal. Remember that Sale-A-Bration is still running, so if your order reaches $100 you will not only be donating $20 (my commission) to the Bushfire Appeal, but will also receive a free SAB stamp set & if your order includes any of the above stamp sets 50% of their value will also be donated. Contact me today to place your order & help those that have lost thier homes & loved ones - email@example.com
Sunday, 8 February 2009
Saturday, 7 February 2009
Simply stamp your solid image onto Whisper White cardstock, wait a short while for the ink to completly dry & then use a brayer to dye the card whatever colour your like. You can see the difference above - the image on the right has been stamped using Basic Black ink onto Groovy Guava cardstock & is not very clear, while the image on the left has been stamped in Basic Black ink onto Whisper White cardstock & brayered over in Groovy Guava ink. I had never thought to do this - I actually saw it the other day on Georgina's blog while doing a little blog surfing.Here is the finished project that I attached the tag to - I've been trying to use up some of my rub-ons so have removed the labels off some handwash & decorated it with Urban West rub ons.
While you wait I thought I'd quickly put up these photo's of my little girl on her birthday so my Mum can have a look.
She loved her doll house (thanks Mum) & had to hold her cards while I took this photo. It was all her idea, so I guess that means she liked the card I made her, although was upset that she couldn't find the Wiggles card Mum sent (I found it under the lounge today & Josie wanted another photo in front of the doll house with it LOL)
Josie wanted a Dolly Varden Cake, which I thought would be easy enough, but nearly ended in disaster when I took it out of the oven too soon (way too soon - there was cake mix running out of the centre when I tried to turn it out of the pan!) Anyway, I'm sure I committed a cooking sin by shoving it back into the oven, but am pleased to say it still held the right shape & was even edible :-)
I wasn't real happy with this last one, so it didn't get a close-up!
Stampset: Big On Spring, Rough Texture Jumbo Wheel
Cardstock: Purely Pomegranite, Textured Close to Cocoa, Pretty In Pink, Whisper White, Afternoon Tea DSP
Ink: Black Staz On, Versamark
Accessories: Double Stitched Pomegranite Ribbon, Pretty In Pink Brads, White Gel Pen
Monday, 2 February 2009
Cardstock: Pretty In Pink, Purely Pomegranite, Whisper White, Berry Bliss DSP
Accessories: On Board Ginormous Pieces, Rub Ons, Rhinestone Brads, Pink Gingham & Pomegranite Satin Ribbon.