Wednesday, 8 October 2014


What a great honor to be asked to make this card for my friends Grandmother's (Welsh) 100th Birthday. I saw a great card on Pinterest and this is my version.

It’s made with the Stampin’ Up! Flower Patch stamp and die set.. You can purchase the stamps and die set as a bundle or as individual products.

I cut a piece of the Old olive A4 card and cut the width to 7”

Scored 3cm and 6 cm from the bottom to make the card stand up. I printed out the sentiment from the PC due to the Welsh spelling for Grandmother.

Then stamped and cut lots of different flowers and leaves and stuck onto the card randomly.
I hope she likes it.

Here's what i used.

Tuesday, 7 October 2014


I hope you grabbed some bargins I know a few of my lovely ladies did, but all good things come to an end.... But keep checking in for special offers and deals.

Thursday, 2 October 2014

THIS IS WHAT WE MADE AT TODAYS WORKSHOP............ A change from the scheduled class

well we were going to do a Christmas class today, but they called up on Tues and asked can we do it next month and make something pretty on thurs.. so a quick rally and pulled out something i was going to do in Jan, and this is it.

Used a sandwhich bag which I picked up at work. and the lovely Beautiful Bunch stamp set and matching punches. They loved the class and have all gone home with the goodies and a big smile.

oops sorry.. just noticed my tag in the photo is the wrong way round.. hah should have been stuck to the bag.

This is what i used.

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

WORLD CARD MAKING DAY IS SATURDAY ................................ In recognition Stampin' Up! are offering

Check this deal out.  there are all sorts of deals on here today from 15% of ALL individual ink pads,  selected  card and envelopes, fast fuse tape and refills and 20% of selected stamp sets.  go take a look in the shop by clicking the shop now on the left ore clicking here
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