We received this stamp set at Stampin’ Up Regionals in 2010. I must admit to not taking a particular liking to it 🙂 However, I have sorted through my stamp sets and worked out what I think will be retired and what will remain. So now I need to get the best use I can out of those sets that will remain when the new Idea Book and Catalogue is released here in Australia.So, I had a go at water… Read more »

I promised I’d share some projects I’ve made using the Big Shot. If you haven’t got a Big Shot, you don’t know what you’re missing. Order a Big Shot through me in May and receive free postage. This card uses the Little Leaves Sizzlit. It’s quite versatile as you can use it as brances or individual leaves, clump them together or singley. The samples below all use Stampin’ Up’s Textured Impressions Folders. . Manhattan Flower Square Lattice Framed Tulip Elegant… Read more »

I’ve been using some of the new products from the Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue. As always Stampin’ Up! make it easy to create lovely cards and paper crafts with their co-ordinated range. Method: Run the base card stock through the Big Shot with the Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions folder. Use the Stampin’Write markers to colour the ‘cotton’ area and then use the Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker to ink up the edges, needle and thread. Now on your Whisper White… Read more »

Think back a couple of weeks and I shared a card I made using the Fresh Cuts Stamp Set. I used the card for a Make ‘n’ Take. View the card below I didn’t use up all the kits I made and had another demonstration the following week. As none of the ladies attending were the same as those at the previous demonstration, I decided to use the same card and kits. I did, however give the ladies a choice… Read more »

I had a few scraps lying around and decided to put them to use and make this little card.Recipe:Card – Pacific Point; Whisper White and Early Espresso Paper – scraps (some retired stock)Ribbon: Whisper White 16mm satinPunch: Circle and CornerLinen threadButtonStamp Set: Tiny TagsIt’s a bright cheery card and one that is easy to make with all those little scraps you have lying around. Now don’t forget Sale-A-Bration ends 31st March and for every A$100 (before s&h) you spend, you… Read more »

Stampin’ Up! make life easy for us by coordinating all their products.This card uses the Stamp Set: Fresh Cuts which coordinates beautifully with Fresh Cut Notes (Item 11882 A$17.50 for 15). This is a quick and easy card to make. The stamp set lends itself to many alternatives, so let you imagination create a beautiful card or paper art project.  Recipe:All products used are Stampin’ Up!Stamp Set: Fresh Cuts (Item 115806 A$38.95)Card: Cherry Cobbler;   Early Espresso & Vary VanillaRibbon: Early… Read more »

Recipe: Card: Naturals Ivory; Early Espresso; Basic Black Ribbon: Basic Black Tag Classic Stampin’ Pad – Soft Suede Stamp Set: A Sense of Time Adhesive Sponge I struggle making male themed cards usually but this stamp set makes it very easy. I inked up the gears stamp and then stamped it a few times around the card before re-inking. Sponge the edges and put the ribbon on and you’re done. I added the tag for a sentiment or a name… Read more »

This is a very versatile stamp set called : Every Moment. You can find this set on page 72 of the current Idea Book and Catalogue. The wood mount (121508) is A$31.95 and the clear mount (120522) A$25.95 for the set of 4 stamps. Contact me if you would like to purchase this set or any other Stampin’ Up!® products (Australian residents only)  Recipe: All products are Stampin’ Up!® Every Moment stamp set Card – Whisper White; Baja Breeze; Old… Read more »

I love this set of stamps as you can use it for so many different occasions or celebrations. Recipe: Stampin’ Up® Night of Navy ink pad Stampin’ Up® Soft Sky ink pad Stampin’ Up® Upsy Daisy stamp set 3D foam mounting squares Ribbon I like the effect of using the lighter blue ink as a background with the darker blue looking like foreground. The ribbon I found in one of those cheap everything type stores and it’s actually light blue… Read more »