I thought I would share the gift set that I showed my ladies how to make this morning. This is my very first paper bag purse and I have discovered that they are extremely fun to make. This one is made with Rich Razzleberry and Orchid Opulence card and the Cottage Wall Designer Paper from the current mini catalogue. The little bird was made using the Extra-Large Two-Step Bird Punch also from the mini catalogue. The stamp set used was the Best Yet set which is a Level 1 hostess gift.
If you like the look of this project and would like to learn how to make it contact me today and book a class.
This cute little box I made for my entry into this weeks NZSU Challenge. There is a link on NZSU site (www.nzsublog.blogspot.com) for a tutorial on how to make the box. It is so quick and so super easy to make.
I used Ruby Red for the base and embellished it with Holiday Treasures Designer Paper and Boho Blossoms punch and then I made a flower out of a Scallop Punch punchouts.
On Saturday I had a team training and as part of the day we all make cards so that we can swap them with other team members. This is the card I made:
The colors that I have used are Basic Black and the all new Melon Mambo. The stamps are from the new Vintage Vogue set.
Both the Melon Mambo and the Vintage Vogue stamp set have just been released in the new Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue which is jam packed full of amazing goodies. If you would like to receive a copy of the mini catalogue contact me at: email@example.com and I will send you one out.
I will post some of the cards that I got in exchange for my card in the next few days.
I have just finished making a cute little Easel Card Drawer and thought that I should show it to you.
The little 3"x3" cards fit inside the drawer. Such an adorable set for a present for someone special.
The stamp set that I used is a new set called Vintage Vogue available on 1st April in our new mini catalogue. The base of the box and cards is also another new product, a color called Soft Suede. I paired them up with Really Rust and Very Vanilla and some retired Outlaw Designer Paper and Voila!!!
I just love everything about this project and would love to show you how to make it. Just contact me and we can get together.
Recently one of my friends came and asked me to make some invites for his wife's birthday. It is going to be formal affair so I thought that the invitations should have a formal feel too. I knew that I wanted to use the Baroque Motifs set (it just happens to be my favourite!!). I think that the large flourish stamp is just gorgeous and so elegant. So I did a bit of web surfing to get some inspiration and this is what I found.
I would love to say that this is my design but alas, it isn't. The stamper who made this is called HappiLeaSatampin' from Splitcoast Stampers. She made her card for a 25th wedding anniversary invite, but it was just perfect for what I wanted it for. The photos really don't do it any justice.
The colours used are: Basic Black, Whisper White and Brushed Silver. I have embossed he front panels with Silver embossing powder and then used the Five Petal Flower punch to make the embellishment.