Be Merry D.S.P. Treat Holder

Be Merry D.S.P. Treat Holder Today’s post is all about a Be Merry D.S.P. Treat Holder. This little treat holder is very quick and easy and uses the Be Merry Designer Series Paper.  Be Merry just so happens to be one of the many you may choose for FREE when you purchase 3 packs of designer Series Paper from the Annual and/or Holiday Catalogues. See below for more details. So onto today’s Be Merry D.S.P. Treat Holder project: You would get a… Read more »

RemARKably Created Blog Hop Last Minute Halloween Ideas It’s my great pleasure to be apart of this blog tour today with Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators from around the world. This month it’s the RemARKably Created Blog Hop Last Minute Halloween Ideas. I couldn’t quite decide what to make and decided to bring out my Gift Bag Punch Board as you can make many varied projects with it and it’s quick and easy. I decided to do a video so you could… Read more »

Little Gift Box Today’s post brings you a Little Gift Box which is made using the Envelope Punch Board. I haven’t used my Envelope Punch Board in quite some time and it shows in the video :). So, I decided to dust it off, so to speak, and make this Little Gift Box. This Little Gift Box would be great to use for a small gift for any occasion, however today i make it for Christmas. These boxes are quick and easy and can… Read more »

Christmas Gift Bag Today’s Video tutorial is a Christmas Gift Bag made with the Gift Bag Punch Board. I dusted mine off today with the thought of what better way to show off some beautiful Christmas designer Series Paper than to make a Gift Bag. You’ll see in the video I’m a bit rusty so will make more this month using various Designer Series paper. I used the Be Merry Paper which is in the selected list of FREE Designer Series… Read more »

So, today I’m sharing with you a Gift Idea using a tin – D.S.P. Covered Tin. Now, I also want to tell you about World Card Making Day. I have a Facebook Live Party on Thursday to celebrate World Card Making Day and I hope you’ll pop along. There will be some live videos of card making, games and prizes and bonuses (Australian residents only, sorry) for placing A$60 + orders with me and using the current Hostess Code: Q4PRCQPT Now… Read more »

Tying Large Bows Tying Large Bows is the theme for today’s post and video. Now I did see this idea on Sam Donald’s blog so it’s not my original. Have a look at the bow on top of this beautiful stack of gift boxes from Stampin’ Up! See that gorgeous large bow on top? Well, that’s what I hope to show you today. Tying Large Bows If you learnt something from this video, please subscribe to my channel Thank you… Read more »

Faux Watercoloring

Faux Watercoloring Did you see the Faux Watercoloring in the above image? It’s so much fun to do and very easy as well. You can do it with any stamp set you like on Watercolor Paper. Here’s my sample card made before I did the Video Tutorial on Faux Watercoloring: Can you see those little splotches of faded out colour on the card front? Well that’s the Faux Watercoloring technique shown in the video. Faux Watercoloring Enjoy the video? Learn something new? Please… Read more »

Today’s Video tutorial is on the Velveteen Technique. It’s difficult to see the result in the photos but this technique is definitely worth a try. I just love Painted Harvest Photopolymer Stamp set and it looks great with the Velveteen Technique with the Marbled Background Stamp. Watch the Video to see how I did this technique: Did you like the video? If you found it helpful, please subscribe to my channel by clicking below. Thank you for your support. It means a… Read more »

Today I’m bringing you a Watercolor Technique Sentiments video tutorial. Now I have done this before, some time ago and thought I’d do another using current colours and give you a couple of extra tips to save product when making your projects Watercolor Technique Sentiments So, I demonstrate with the large floral stamp from Birthday Blooms, however you could use any stamp which suits the occasion. The sentiments in this stamp set also suit a number of occasions. It’s a good… Read more »

Billie Bows are named after my friend Billie Moan who ‘invented’ them. Billie is a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in U.S.A. and she has her own video on how to make these. I thought I’d have a try at making them and do a video of my attempt. Billie Bows Here’s the close up I show at the beginning of the video and it’s made from loops of Linen Thread: All those wonderful loops give the bows such fullness and add… Read more »