• Petal Promenade Meets Stitched Labels

    Petal Promenade Meets Stitched Labels

    Petal Promenade Meets Stitched Labels Squeal…, I’m so excited to share these cards with you. I am swooning over this gorgeous designer series paper and the new stitched labels framelits. This paper was created by firstly gathering hundreds of fresh flowers. They were then laid out and photographed by the designers. Not only that but the reverse sides have lovely marbled backgrounds and a stunning copper foil look. Watch how they did it in this short video. Then read on to get all the details on these 2 Petal Promenade meets Stitched Labels cards.

  • Garden Inspired Card Using New Big Shot Embossing Mats

    Garden Inspired Card Using New Big Shot Embossing Mats

    Garden Inspired Card Using New Big Shot Embossing Mats Welcome back, this card was inspired by a post from Kim McGillis and the beautiful cards she designed for her butterflies and flowers post in June. I wanted to use the new big shot embossing mats in my class to show how they turn your cutting dies into embossing dies. So to create my garden inspired card using new big shot embossing mats, I changed the first layer to the Springtime Impressions Thinlit Die of the spray of flowers and leaves.

  • Golden Birthday Card with Cake Soiree

    Golden Birthday Card with Cake Soiree A good friend and fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrator had a big birthday recently. She loves yellow so I made this golden birthday card with Cake Soiree especially for her.

  • Party Pandas in a Box

    Party Pandas What could be more fun on your birthday than a box full of Pandas having a Party? Nothing right! This fantastic Party Pandas set is available in Sale-a-Bration this year. So with a purchase of just $110 before shipping you can have a party of pandas too.

  • Autumn leaves and vintage cars – Monthly classes review

    Autumn is here in Auckland, there is a nip in the air morning and night and the days are getting shorter. Although I’m sad to see summer leaving it’s also a good time to think about some different colour combinations to match the season. Both monthly classes are finished now for April so here’s a wrap of the projects we made.