'tis the season to be jolly! fa la la lala la la lalaaa! This week at Coffee & Cards I'm using the Jingle Jingle Jingle stamp set from Stampin Up! It is a fun set and I'm loving it! My little stash of hand made Christmas cards is also slowly growing! I created a couple of cards with the Jingle Jingle Jingle! stamp set during my Coffee & Cards live on YouTube this week. Check out the replay here to see exactly how they are made. I hope you enjoy it! Please give me a thumbs up and ... VIEW POST
Jingle Jingle Jingle!
Ever Eden And The Wintry Embossing Folders
Hello and welcome to the Stampin' For Christmas Blog Hop! It's December! We have a collective of talented demonstrators taking part! This time I have a project for you using the Ever Eden and the Wintry Embossing Folders. I have dipped in and out of this hop all year and it's actually been lovely to create for Christmas at any time of the year. Interestingly, saying that for this card I have teamed up Christmas stamps and dies with a non-Christmas paper! Have you ever tried using an ... VIEW POST
I’m Dreaming Of A White Christmas!
I'm dreaming of a white Christmas! It may be a little early but wouldn't that be lovely! Hello and welcome to my blog. Today I have another card for you using the Merry Snowflakes stamps and Stitched Snowflakes Dies Bundle. Another simple card where the dies do all the work. The stitched snowflake layer is created with dies - how cool is that! Add the sentiment with Gold Embossing Powder onto the vellum to match the Brushed Metallic card. I have a tip in the video on attaching the ... VIEW POST
Let Your Heart Be Light
Let your heart be light. Welcome to day 7 of #blogtober. I have a Christmas card for you today using the Whimsical Trees stamp set. This stamp set is part of a bundle with some beautiful dies too. Today I am just focussing on the stamps. I do love this sentiment - Let Your Heart Be Light. This tree stamp is just one of the gorgeous tree images in this set. It's easy to create a card like this, using the masking technique. So we have a whole forest overlapping each other. Stamp off when you ... VIEW POST