How to make a quick and easy notecard set…

This quick and easy notecard set is one of several projects that have been lying around my craft room waiting for me to finish. I had a tidy up of my shelving this week when I cam across it again and thought ‘today is the day!’ The box that holds the cards is one of the Mini Paper Pumpkin boxes, so versatile and they make crafting a breeze, as all we need to do is decorate them. And they are very sturdy too, so make a perfect gift. The cards are also quick and easy, as these are the Notecards […]

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Easy Watercolour Effect using the Butterfly Brilliance stamp set…

Time is tight sometimes, so I wanted to share a really neat trick with you today, how to create an easy watercolour effect using the new Butterfly Brilliance stamp set from Stampin’ Up! This is a gorgeous stamp and super simple to use because of its size. All the butterflies stamp in one go, and there are even dies to co-ordinate too, so you can cut them all out in one go too! Wahooo. Head to my Stampin’ Up! online store to view all of the products in this collection. So, to make this easy watercolour effect, you will need […]

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Casually Crafting Design Team Blog Hop – Hello card using the sand and sea suite from Stampin’ Up! …

Hello & welcome back to the Casually Crafting Design Team Blog Hop where this months theme is ‘HELLO’ – I have used the Sand and Sea Suite from Stampin’ Up! for this months projects. I can’t wait to see what everyone has in store for us this week and expect us all to have completely different interpretations of this months theme. Being in our third National Lockdown it is more important than ever to reach out to our friends and family to say hello, and what better way than to send a handmade card, and maybe a little gift too. […]

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How to make striped watercolour backgrounds for cardmaking…

This is the second blog post in a series of blog posts all about watercolour techniques, where today I will show you how to make striped watercolour backgrounds for cardmaking. You will find the other posts in the series by clicking here – Watercolour Techniques for Cardmaking I have used the same stamp set ‘Forever and Always’ by Stampin’ Up! for the whole series of posts, to try and keep the focus on the watercolour techniques. The biggest tip that I have for making striped watercolour backgrounds is to purchase the Stampin’ Up! water painters. They have a one with […]

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How to make watercolour backgrounds for cardmaking..

This is the first blog post in a series of blog posts all about watercolour techniques, where today I will show you how to make watercolour backgrounds for cardmaking. You will find the other posts in the series, once they are live, by clicking here – Watercolour Techniques for Cardmaking I have chosen the new stamp set Forever and Always by Stampin’ Up! as my main stamp set, as the plain line images work really well for watercolouring. The card that I am using is the Fluid 100 Watercolour Paper, it has a really lovely finish and is thick enough […]

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