Using the whisper white, stamp one of the full flower and 2 of the upright flowers in flirty flamingo ink.
2 step stamp the leaves 3 times in emerald envy ink, stamping off for the first stamp and full colour on the patterned stamp
Die cut these out.
To the right hand side of centre die cut the large patter from the basic black card stock
Using the matting layer of flirty flamingo die cut the flowers with the insert and layer it on the stamped images. Being carful only to cut the flirty flamingo card where it won’t show through.
Wrap the ribbon around the bottom of the basic black card and adhere it to the back.
Stamp your chosen sentiment in Versamark and heat embossing power to help it show up on the black background.
Matt and layer the basic black on to the flirty flamingo card and layer that on the White card base.
Arrange your flowers and leaves where you would like them and add rhinestones for a little extra sparkle.
The second card that we made today was a christmas Card using the Thoughtful Branches, which is no longer available from Stampin’Up, but gives a lovely snowy scene by stamping 3 times without re-inking to create the dimension of the forrest.
I am planning my next class in January so please message me or email me to book your place.
The cost of the session is £25, for this you will learn and make 3 different cards and / or 3D projects using the stamp set, have all the card stock, ink and paper to make the cards and the stamp set to take home. Full demonstration given on the day and typed instructions so you can make it again and again.
This class is a pre order only, all orders need to be in by 31st October 2017 so that I can order the stamp sets in.
Please bring your own basic tool kit including paper trimmer, scissors and glues. Tea and coffee available.
The Class is being held at Asda Community Room on Mount Pleasant in Hull on the 19th November 2017 1.15-3.30.
I will add pictures of the planned projects once I get my stamp set delivered.
Would you like to make your own Christmas cards for the special people in your life this year. The following 2 cards are the what you can make at my StampinUp Christmas card class on 22nd October 2017, 1-3.30 at the community room at Asda Mount Pleasant, Holderness Road Hull.
Oh WOW the beautiful Coffee Break Suite from StampinUP
Personally I don’t drink coffee, so when the Coffee Break Suite came out in the StampinUp Annual catalogue, I skipped past it. However I have seen loads of great projects, cards and 3d gifts being made that I could resit no longer.
To make this little gift box I Cased from The Craft Spa I have used
SO THE AUTUMN WINTER STAMPINUP CATALOGUE WAS LAUNCHED ON THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER
THERE IS LOTS OF CHRISTMASY STAMPS AND ACCESSORIES IN THERE AS WELL AS SPOOKY BITS FOR HALLOWEEN, SUCH AS A CAT PUNCH. I HAVE SEEN SO MANY PEOPLE USING THIS PUNCH FOR A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF CARD.
HOWEVER, I LOVE CHRISTMAS AND EXCITED TO HAVE MADE A START ON MY CHRISTMAS CARDS, MY FAVOURITE OF ALL THE NEW BITS IS THE CHRISTMAS QUILTING BUNDLE
I AM NOT A QUILTER, BUT JUST LOVE THE PATTERN AND THAT I CAN USE IT FOR CHRISTMAS CARDS IN TRADITIONAL COLOURS OR MIX IT UP FOR EVERYDAY CARDS. THE PAPER STACK AVAILABLE MATCHES PERFECTLY TOO MATCHING PAPER STACK
StampinUp is all about sharing ideas. Heidi from flutterbyheidi is certainly one of the people I watch often on YouTube and practice her techniques. This week I came across an old video she had done as part of her ferrero Friday videos. I didn’t have flamelits set that she used in her demo, so I changed it up a little and used swirly scribbles instead.
Score the wild wasabi card at 1 and 2 cms on all four sides,
Cut off 3 little squares as shown on photo below
Glue and fold in the flaps to make a little tray.
Add the swirls to each side then attach the ribbon around the edge.
Add chocolate and it’s done!
My inspiration for todays peekaboo card comes from Dawns stamping thoughts, she is on youtube and her videos are really clear and straight forward for what looks like quite a complicated card. Here is a link to the video.
Hi, today a Peekaboo Slider Card, with inspiration from Dawn’s Stamping Thoughts on YouTube I made this card. Originally I made the birthday one, one of the ladies in my class put flowers on the front of hers, and I thought I like that.
A friend of mine was asked to make a card for a 3 year old who loves Thomas the Tank Engine, who doesn’t! As I have said before I am not the most creative of people so I popped on to pintrest and youtube to seek inspiration. Patsy Waggoner had a great video and blog with just want I was looking for click here for her video. I play with Punch Art from time to time and pleased that I had the punches I needed.