It’s my privilege to be apart of this Blog Hop of participants aiming for Alaska. We’re all aiming to earn this trip through sales, recruiting and of course running workshops for you. I’ve listed all the participants below, so please visit their blogs to see their inspiration. We all love comments, so if you have the time we’d appreciate your comments too. Here’s my first card which uses Inside The Lines Designer Series Paper with Watercolor Pencils and a Blender… 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 »

Don’t you think that’s a fun technique? Stay tuned for more videos by subscribing. I did a brief mention and a list of uses for Sponge Daubers earlier in the week in my Tool Time Video. You can see the video and read the article here. Here’s a closer look at the Dauber Technique behind the Thinlit Die cut of the front of the card. Such an easy and fun technique to do and you could do it for any… Read more »

Back with another Freshly Brewed Blog Hop and this week we’re hoping to inspire you with Balloons for Birthdays. Join the rest of the team and view their inspiration too. Make sure you leave a comment as we like to read what you think of our inspiration each week. I had a lot of fun playing with this set, and I’m sure you would too. Here’s what I came up with: This card is a shaker card and I’ve used… Read more »

Well I’m back today with my 2nd in my series of 4 on the Window Box Thinlit Dies and the Window Shopping Stamp set which if purchased as a bundle will be 10% cheaper from the current Occasions Catalogue. The above card was made with Melon Mambo card with Copper Foil beneath the Die Cut. The banner is cut from the Window Box Thinlit Die set with the sentiment being stamped in Versamark and Copper Embossed. I’ve placed Copper Metallic… Read more »

This is the first in a series of 4 Videos using the Window Shopping Bundle which consists of the Window Shopping Stamp Set (Clear or Wood) and the Window Box Thinlit Dies. Buy as a bundle from the Occasions 2017 Catalogue and save 10%. Now onto today’s card: So, this is my original card. On this card I used Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry then Bermuda Bay and Pacific Point Watercolor Pencils. For the sentiment I used Melon Mambo and Pacific… Read more »

It’s the weekend which means I try to participate in some challenges. Today it’s the Global Design Project 072 Case the Designer. So this gorgeous project of Krista’s is inspiring us this week and hopefully you’ll feel inspired to join in too. CASE = Copy And Selectively Edit.   This means you can take the colours, the layout, the stamp set, the paper whatever you like and make it your own. So I loosely took the layout and this is what I… Read more »

This week the Latte Girls are inspiring you with Pocket Cards. Now I could have used the Pretty Pocket Card Kit which is FREE from the Sale-A-Bration Brochure when you spend $90. I decided not to use them but bring you the video about them instead. Aren’t they just the cutest cards out and you can’t get better than FREE!! So as I’m not showing you those, I decided I’d better come up with another pretty pocket card using some… Read more »

Welcome back to my third in my series on the Lucky Elephant stamp set. The notion that elephants bring good luck has a long history. The elephant is a symbol of strength, power, stability and wisdom. Elephant statues are popular worldwide. It is common superstition that an elephant carving or picture should always face the door if you want to bring good luck into the house. There are different opinions as to if the elephant trunk should be up or down…. 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 »