Freshly Brewed Birthdays

Welcome to another Blog Hop with the Latte Girls sharing Freshly Brewed Birthdays inspiration and I’m sure the other girls have something special to inspire you. Freshly Brewed Birthdays Birthday’s are special and I like to make special cards for special people to remind them they’re valued and their birthday is an occasion to celebrate. I decided to use Birthday Blooms and some Watercolor Paper. I’ve actually done some Faux Watercolouring here and used an old favourite – the Pansy Punch… Read more »

Give Thanks

It’s at this time of year we Give Thanks for all that we have and receive. Today’s card is a ‘Thank You’ card which can be used for you to Give Thanks. As my ‘thank you’ gift to you there is a free tutorial for this card which you can download. Give Thanks You could easily turn this into a Masculine Christmas card with its non fussy look. Make it in Spring or Autumn/Fall colours to celebrate those seasons or use… 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 »

Today Leonie is representing the Latte Girls for this Blog Hop dedicated to Freshly Brewed Projects With Petal Garden. Freshly Brewed Projects With Petal Garden Stampin’ Up have provides some wonderful images using this product, which I will share below. Gorgeous project using this suite and a few other coordinating Stampin’ Up! products. Petal Garden Card Pack is A$17.50 and includes 52 double-sided 3″ x 4″ (7.6 x 10.2) cm cards, 2 each of 26 designs; 20 double-sided 4″ x 6″ (10.2… Read more »

OK, so today should be the Freshly Brewed Blog Hop. However, I’m unable to participate so I thought I’d bring you a special offer – Embossing Paste Bundle. Embossing Paste Bundle Now, embossing paste is a new product from Stampin’ Up! in the 2017 – 2018 Annual Catalogue. I’ve made a number of videos using the paste and really as a product, I love it. See these video tutorials here: Embossing Paste How To Colouring Embossing Paste (Video) Glitter Embossing Paste… 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 »

This week’s Quick and Easy card is Easy Eastern Palace. It does require some use of the Big Shot, however I suggest if you’re making one card make a few and just change the sentiments as you stamp. Easy Eastern Palace Can you see the embossed image on the Fresh Fig card? It’s made with the Softly Falling Textured Impressions Folder. I I’m sure you have many tamps with sentiments on them so make a few of the medallions in… Read more »

Welcome to another Wednesday Freshly Brewed Blog Hop with the Latte Girls. This week we’re looking at Condolence – Sorry – Comfort projects. I find these types of projects difficult to make if I’m personally affected by an event. So here’s a tip: Make some of these cards at a time when you don’t need them. Check out the cards on the Stampin’ Up! Pinterest Board for ideas or use the ones from this week’s blog hop. Store them away… Read more »

Yesterday I brought you a a Video Tutorial on an quick and easy background using rubber/elastic bands and ink pads.Today I bring you a Marker Background using rubber/elastic bands and Stampin’ Write Markers. Marker Background So you can see how in the above card I have just made a partial background and added some sponged colour. Watch the video to see how I achieved this easy Marker Background: Thank you for subscribing to my channel. I appreciate your support CARD… Read more »

I have a video for you today which looks at a Background Technique which is quick and easy and takes few supplies. Background Technique Yes, the front of the card is Watercolor Paper stamped with Basic Grey Archival Ink and they coloured using Bermuda Bay, Daffodil Delight, Melon Mambo and Old Olive ink pads and a Blender Pen.  However, I want you to look at the background, behind the Well piece. Don’t recognise the stamp? That because it’s not a stamp… Read more »