Throwback Thursday

Sometimes you find something in your stash that although retired deserves another outing… I love this set and really hope there is something like it again soon. I’ve mixed my trusty wise men from afar stamp with the brightly gleaming dsp which I love, i think this pattern is my favourite, what do you think?

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Penguins

Most people seem to have a love or hate relationship with animal stamps and this is one I absolutely love I even managed to convert one of the ladies in my class who wasnt keen that this set made lovely cards

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Blog Swappers Monthly Project Share

 

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Today’s post is a little different as I will be showcasing some of my favourite projects from my fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. I have chosen some of my favourites from their blogs and hope you will join me monthly to see projects. I am also hoping to CASE some of these projects putting my own spin on them later in the week.

Today’s first project is from my upline Karen Varley at Donemark Papercrafts

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Click here for more details of Karen’s project

 

My next project is from Janice Thomson

I love this technique sometimes simple really is best

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For more details on Janice’s project click here

 

 

I hope you enjoyed our  blog swappers post look out for the next instalment next month xx

Christmas doesn’t have to be red and green

I always think of christmas cards as being red and green but today’s project is definitely not that. I used the gorgeous feels like frost paper which is photographic on one side and foiled on the other along with the perfectly plaid set.

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Team retreat goodies

In September I went to the fabulous Pootlers team retreat in Birmingham and one of my favourite projects from the weekend was this set of cards. I wouldn’t have chosen this set at first glance but its so versatile and I was very lucky to receive it from our upline Sam Hammond-Donald of Pootles Papercraft. With very little effort and a few colours you can make these wonderful cards which would make a lovely gift set for anyone don’t you think?

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Long time no blog…Gift card holder

So its been quite a long time since I’ve had chance to blog I found out i’m expecting a mini crafter so needless to say i’ve been wiped out lately i’m hoping i’m now into the slightly less tired phase so hope to be blogging alot more often (i’m currently working on a project schedule) This week has been half term so i’ve made the most of it and tried to spend some time on new projects, some of which i’ve CASED (copy and share everything) from some of my wonderful team mates. Today’s project was CASED from the fabulous Heather from stampwithnellie click the link for all the instructions.

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Blog Swappers Monthly Project Share

 

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Today’s post is a little different as I will be showcasing some of my favourite projects from my fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. I have chosen some of my favourites from their blogs and hope you will join me monthly to see projects. I am also hoping to CASE some of these projects putting my own spin on them later in the week.

Today’s first project is from my upline Karen Varley at Donemark Papercrafts

 

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Click here for more details of Karen’s project

 

My next project is from Janice Thomson

I love this technique sometimes simple really is best

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For more details on Janice’s project click here

 

My next project is from Tina Ehlich

 

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For more details on Tina’s project click here

My last project this month is from Jannie van Beelen

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Find more details of this project by clicking here

I hope you enjoyed our third blog swappers post look out for the next instalment next month xx