After the most glorious September, the weather is finally turning Autumnal. So it's only fitting that I use the Gorgeous Leaves For Coffee & Cards this week. It's such a beautiful stamp set. Use it on it's own or with the matching Intricate Leaves Dies. The great thing about them is that they are both stunning on their own or used together. For this week's Coffee & Cards Facebook live I am using the stamp set. #simplestamping for quick and easy cards. Gorgeous Leaves For Coffee & ... VIEW POST
Gorgeous Leaves For Coffee & Cards
Enjoy The Moment
Hello and welcome to my blog. It's Tuesday. Time for Coffee and Cards and this week I am pulling out the stamp set Enjoy The Moment and playing with colour! One of my favourite stamp sets from the January to June Mini Catalogue. Enjoy The Moment - Colour Palette You don't need a specific colour palette to create this card. You can pull out a number of ink pads and experiment. This one had a base of Bumble Bee card and I've made sure to add in some stamping with Bumblee ink on the card ... VIEW POST
Pleased As Punch At Coffee & Cards!
Have you seen the Pleased As Punch Papers? They are fabulous!! They go with the Umbrella Punch, the Tulip, the Heart, and the Small Blossom Punch too. We were Pleased As Punch At Coffee & Cards this week! Don't groan, I love a pun! I absolutely love using punches, especially at Coffee and Cards so this paper is perfect!!! Both sides are gorgeous!! Just look at those raindrops and Tulips! So, where are these papers? Because you won't find them in the catalogue. They are an out ... VIEW POST
Country Floral Embossing Folder – CASING The Catalogue
Country Floral Embossing Folder In Vellum Casing The Catalogue! Welcome to my blog today, we have just one month left of Saleabration at Stampin' Up! and I have loved playing with all of the amazing free products we have had. One of my favourites has to be the Country Floral Embossing Folder and it goes really well with our Vellum sheets. A couple of weeks ago I was set a creative challenge, to CASE a project from the front of one of the catalogues. CASE means to Copy ... VIEW POST