When customers choose me as their demonstrator, I never take that for granted. Every order placed means a little gift from me. Either a product sample or a hand-stamped item.
September orders receive this lovely chocolate treat.
Credit to Mary Fish for the measurements.
Here’s how to create your own:
Using the Stampin’ Trimmer Cut Blackberry Bliss card at 5 1/2 x 2″ then score at 2 5/8ths + 2 7/8ths”
Use the tag topper punch on both ends.
Using the Big Shot die cut tag shape from Wood Crate Framelits in Whisper White and 2 heart in Black Berry Bliss and Whisper White. Cut Whisper White card in half and adhere as shown onto the Blackberry Bliss card. Finish with a pearl from Share What You Love Artisan pearls.
Stamp sentiment from Wood Words stamp set on tag using Blackberry Bliss.
I used Linen thread and Whisper White Tulle ribbon.
DSP strip is from Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper and the strip of washi below is Pick a Pattern Washi Tape.
I recommend using glue dots to secure your chocolate to the tag shape.
I have a home decor piece for you all today. I designed it for my August class and everyone enjoyed making it. The beauty of this is that it’s just as easy to make as a card and is inexpensive to make. I bought my frame in Ikea for around 85 pence I think!
I used Poppy Parade, Bermuda Bay and Crushed Curry for this project, I think it’s a perfect summery frame and is sure to make anyone smile when they see it. The punched flowers really add a lovely dimension to the finished project.
You can match your home so easily with Stampin’ Up!s HUGE collection of inks. You’ll find the perfect shade no matter what your tastes are.
There are so many reasons to love Stampin’ Up! Inks
For today’s post I’m playing the beautiful, Lovely Floral Dynamic embossing folder. This is part of the Share What You Love Early Release Bundles. It will be available to purchase on it’s own when the catalogue launches 1 June but there are many benefits to buying the Gotta have it all bundle such as 3 FREE gifts!
The Gotta have it all bundle is priced at £118.75 – did you know that you could add this to your starter kit and still have £11.25 to spend! Plus you’ll have 20% discount when the new catalogue launches!
I Because it’s a dynamic embossing folder it gives an even more stunning and detailed impression and I thought it would look very pretty decorated with Brusho. So using two different techniques, that’s exactly what I did. The video below gives you a full tutorial.
Everything you need to make these projects is listed below. Product List
Welcome to the RemARKably Creative – Easter -blog tour!
I am so excited to be taking part in this blog hop – Easter is one of my favourite times of the year. From the party atmosphere in church to the spring flowers that fill my home and garden. I thrive on a change of scenery and routine and Easter is all about new creation.
Daffodil Delight seemed like the perfect colour for this card and Basic Gray gives it a more up to date, contemporary twist.
The main sentiments are from the Happy Wishes stamp set which you can earn FOR FREE during Sale-a-Bration, it’s yours in clear or wood mount when you spend £90 in my online store.
Thank you so much for stopping by, the next blog is Celebrate the Journey. Be sure to check out the rest of the tour and everyone’s beautiful creations. https://youtu.be/ipRszcXId4s
Daffodil Delight card base
Whisper White 10 x 14.4cm x 2 (one for the insert)
The Let the good times roll Bundle was love at first sight for me! My family adore theme parks and roller coasters and although I’m usually the one waiting with the bags (I’m not very brave!) theme parks hold great memories for me.
The bundle is the most economic way to buy this set, saving you 10%.
Don’t forget to choose your FREE Sale-a-Bration GIFT when you spend £45 or more and use the Hostess code or additional rewards!
The pop up effect is so fun! I have made a quick video to explain the assembly as I was a bit confused the first time I tried to make it!
I just couldn’t resist sharing one more project with you all! I made a few table favours for Christmas Day, just in case we all needed some more chocolate! Christmas Day and Easter Sunday are the two days of the year that my children are allowed chocolate for breakfast but it is possible that my teenagers does so more than twice a year!
I used some retiring favourites of mine, they’ll be gone by 3 January so grab them while you can.
They were super quick to make and only a few M&M’s fell into my mouth 🙂
Be sure to check out the Hug in a Mug stamp set, I think it’s a great one for all year round. Tea, coffee and hot chocolate have a place any day! I’m sure you’ll find lots of uses for the Treat Tubes too.
All the goodies you’ll need to make your own table favours are below, be sure to use the rewards code for extra treats from me.
We are only 3 sleeps away from Christmas Day and I think I’m ready for Christmas, are you? My Husband will buy the last few groceries tomorrow (love him!) and then it’s time to relax with the family and enjoy the celebrations.
I thought I’d share this card with you to kick off the fun!
Thanks to Anna Smith for the inspiration.
It’s a bit more ‘fancy’ than I would normally make for Christmas but this was for my kids to give their Grandparents so I wanted it to be extra special and that little sausage dog is TOO irresistible!
Grab the bundle now with 10% off, price will increase to £59 on 3rd January 2018!
Everything I used is listed below, just click the image to take a closer look at the item. As always, I’m happy to help with any questions!
I have a piece of home decor for you all today! The Hearts Come Home bundle is SO versatile for many crafting projects and I just had to make a cute little picture with it.
There’s even a die to make tags, you can see it top right on the image above. You can use the houses individually, cut them up or make an entire village!
I used an Ikea Tysslinge picture frame and it’s quite teeny! 8x9cm to be exact. As you can see I took just one house and tree, cut it 3 times in Real Red, Whisper White and Dapper Denim and paper pieced it to create a multi coloured image. Some Daffodil Delight was glued to the back to create a ‘glow’ in the windows. The tree was cut from Emerald Envy and Early Espresso with a Daffodil Delight star to top it off. The photo doesn’t show it well but I added some sparkle using Wink of Stella.