Each month I have a technique class, where we explore the various things that can be done with ink and paper to produce a beautiful card. This month we played with ink refills and Sea Salts to create a background that only needed a little stamping and a bow and the card was done. Continue reading
This is one of those cards that you make for someone special – a friend who has a heart of gold, is in your Stampin’ Up! team, is very supportive and brings you cookies and cakes when she visits!
When you make a card for a fellow card maker you know that she will appreciate it but that she will also look at it very closely to see how it is done! So you try to out do yourself because you don’t want to produce an ‘ordinary’ card.
Would you like to make handmade cards but dont’t have the space for all the ‘stuff’ or maybe you would like a gift for the upcoming holidays
Here is the perfect solution…………….It’s a kit & it’s fabulous! Pre-cut supplies, the tin, envelopes & accessories are included to make 16 cards. Divided tabs provide organization to sort according to the sentiment. The kit has a coordinating stamp set, too
I have shared so many times how grateful I am to my customers and those in my team, I make a special point of trying to surprise and delight them with a card or a little 3D gift. Back in May I decided a practical gift was in order so each received one of these tiny note pads on a little ring.
The Double Z fold card seems to be very popular at the moment, I have seen lots of examples on Pinterest and YouTube. I am always looking for ideas, designs, techniques and folds for my classes and this one was just too good not to use!