Vintage Style Bag Today we’re making this Vintage Style Bag which could be made with any Designer Series Paper or double sided patterned paper and a bit of card stock. They’d make a marvellous gift for Mothers’ Day or as a thank you with some cards in them for a hostess or a friend. Make just the one or make a lot of them, you will enjoy making this little bag. I have a new video 3 times per week…. Read more »

Double The Fun Bag You’ll love making this Double The Fun Bag which is made from 1 sheet of Designer Series Paper or Patterned Paper, some ribbon and adhesive. That’s all it takes to make one of these bags which has a double pouch and will fit Stampin’ Up! Note Cards and Envelopes in it. Perfect for a Hostess Gift or as a Gift for someone special. Mothers’ Day is coming up and it would make a lovely gift along… Read more »

Don’t forget to subscribe to my You Tube Channel!! Thank you for subscribing, now you won’t miss an episode   Card or paper 12″ x 12″ or 30cm x 30cm Score at 4″ or 10cm on all 4 sides. Burnish all score lines Trim all 4 corners at a diagonal from score line to score line Closure is 3.5cm x 2.5cm or 1 7/8″ x 1″ You also need 2 strips 10cm x 1.5cm or 4″ x 3/4″ Ribbon for… Read more »

Card Bag Just look at this darling little Card Tote which will hold 5 to 6 cards with envelopes. It would make a lovely gift for someone or even a great hostess gift. It’s quite easy to make and you could use and Designer Series or Patterned Paper you like and about 1 sheet of A4 card and a few off cuts will have this bag finished in no time. I think you’ll enjoy making it. If you do make one,… Read more »

Today I have something a little different for you. It’s a Gift Box to place 3″ x 3″ cards in and would make a marvellous gift for a friend, sister, mother or hostess with the mostest. I’m sure many people would love this hand-made gift. Now watch the Video and see me mess up a measurement.  It always happens when you want to have things perfect – you have a right royal mess up. Never mind it’s not the first… Read more »

This is day 4 in my Window Box Thinlit Die Box series. I do hope you’re enjoying it? I’d love to read your comment – please leave one below. The way these open reminds me of the old Pac-Man games of years ago. You could make it on one colour and punch or die cut a circle out for an eye. Just a thought. I seemed to need extra fingers and less glue for this project, but I think you’ll… Read more »

Isn’t this a great challenge for this week’s Global Design Project 071 Theme Challenge ? I do love working outside my comfort zone at times. The project I have to share with you today, was actually part of my So In Love Bundle class just recently. I hope you pop on over to the Global Design Project to see the inspiration the Design Team have come up with as well at the inspiration shared by the other challenge participants. So, this is… Read more »

I shared this card the other day but thought I’d share it with you again along with the Stampin’ Up! Video about this gorgeous paper. Now I’m not a great fan of colouring in – I failed at it in school. I make cards and memory albums as my ‘stress relief’. However can I say, this paper combined with Stampin’ Up!’s new Watercolor Pencils, is just wonderful. I chose to just colour small pieces of this paper as a card… Read more »

This blog hop is an anything but holidays one, using holiday catalogue products. So that’s what I’ve done and focused on the Paisleys & Posies in the Holiday Catalogue. My card and box both use this delightful Designer Series Paper and the Paisleys & Posies Photopolymer Bundle. Here’s my card: The sentiment is from Frosted Medallions in the Holiday Catalogue and is layered on some Copper Foil Sheet and adhered with Stampin’ Dimensionals. I stamped one of the images in Versamark… Read more »

This week’s Tip Thursday is all about quick projects to make for gifts. Often the go to gift is chocolate or sweets of some sort, so why not use your craft supplies to make a quick little package that personalises the gift?   Now I shared one of these projects yesterday, so I’ll give you the measurements today and a video for you to watch for the instructions if you want them. Note Imperial measurements in blue are only approximate… Read more »