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 »

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 »

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 »

  Card base is 1/2 A4 Layer 1 is Very Vanilla 10cm x 14.3cm Insert is 9.5cm x 13.5cm Did you like that technique with the Sponge Brayers and the Gold Glitz Dazzling Details? It’s quite quick and easy as you saw so I hope you give it a go. A close up look at the Gold Glitz Dazzling Details So, this brings to an end my series on the Lucky Elephant Stamp Set series. Don’t forget to subscribe to… Read more »

Here we are at Day 4 in my series on the Lucky Elephant series and today I’m sharing how I used Watercolor Pencils to colour the body and saddle. I’ve co-ordinated this set with the Thoughtful Banner set for the sentiment. Isn’t that a bit of fun? I bet you never knew you could have so much fun colouring in? I know I never did as I wasn’t good at colouring in at school and didn’t like it at all…. 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 »

This gorgeous pink elephant is easy to achieve with some Versamark and Watermelon Wonder Classic Stampin’ Ink Pad and a bit of Washi Tape. It’s easy to achieve, watch the video and see how. This elephant brings back some favourite childhood memories of going to the Zoo. Plus when I was in Asia I saw lots of elephants, however they weren’t as glamorous as this one. Here’s the card from the video. I think the Washi Tape just makes this… Read more »

  Have you seen this gorgeous elephant in the Occasions Catalogue? This is Part 1 of my series on Lucky Elephant stamp set. This one is done with Stampin’ Write Markers and I have a Video to show you how I did it. Isn’t he just gorgeous? He reminds me of the Elephant rides we used to have at Taronga Zoo way back when I was a child. It’s an easy technique and I think you’ll agree it looks good…. Read more »