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 »

Apologies this post and video are out-of-order – a technical glitch prevented the video from uploading.Thank you for being patient while I worked out the technical glitches. I do appreciate it. Welcome to my 3rd in the series of Sale-A-Bration Videos featuring products from 2017 Sale-A-Bration Brochure. Today is another Sneak Peek Reveal – Reverse Words #143319 (clear) or #143316 (wood) and 6″ x 6″ Glimmer Paper Assortment Pack #143831. The Glimmer Paper Pack has 12 sheets 4 of each… Read more »

Don’t miss another Video!! Click the banner to subscribe to my Video Channel. I’ve had technical difficulties loading the 3rd video so will post it tomorrow. My apologies. Today is the 4th in my planned series of 14 (it could be longer). I do hope you’re enjoying seeing different ways to use these FREE products. However, don’t let my ideas limit you, there are literally hundreds of ways to use these wonderful products. Here’s today’s cards:   Card base 21cm… Read more »

This is the 2nd in my series on Sale-A-Bration Products. Don’t miss these videos. Click on the banner above to subscribe to my YouTube Channel. So, this is today’s share which is #2 in my Video Series on Sale-A-Bration products. This one uses the Delicate Details Photopolymer Stamp set. I’ve used it before in a post to stamp around a sentiment pies. You can see if here. This is a beautiful set with many possibilities and I will do some… Read more »

Make sure you don’t miss this series. Subscribe to my Video Channel Welcome to my new series of Videos. I have 14 Videos planned all using Sale-A-Bration Products which are FREE when you place a A$90 order. If you live in Australia and you don’t have a demonstrator, I’d love for you to choose me. FREE gift with EVERY Online Order this month. Blending Watercolor Pencils with Blender Pen This was my first Tasty Truck card which uses the gold… Read more »

Time for another Global Design Project 073 Colour Challenge and this week it’s a colour challenge which means if you win you’ll be a guest designer. I don’t enter to win but for the fun of the challenge. Here are this week’s colours: So, this was a bit of fun. Now I find Emerald Envy and Watermelon Wonder are quite intense colours and my ink pads are very ‘juicy’. So I usually have my Grid Paper handy and stamp off which means… Read more »

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 »

Today I decided to participate in the WWYS Challenge #99 Sunshine Sayings challenge. It’s a great stamp set, which I have in clear mount. It has lots of sentiments and allows you to ‘play’ with the images to create different effects. There’s a pack of Sunshine Wishes Thinlit Dies which co-ordinates with the set and you can buy them as a bundle and save 10%. I had lots of fun creating this card and used a colour I don’t tend to use… Read more »

The other day I shared this bag I’d made with the Gift Bag Punch Board featuring the Falling In Love Embellishments from the Occasions Catalogue. Now these embellishments are Very Vanilla, however to change the colour is quite easy with some Stampin’ Emboss Powder. CAUTION: When doing this with your Heat Tool, please be sure to use tweezers or something similar to hold the embellishment so you prevent burnt or sore fingers. Here’s what they look like in the Catalogue:… Read more »