There’s something about the humble house when it comes to Christmas, I don’t know why but I’m drawn to them. When I saw these sweet creations by Silke Trapani I just knew I had to make my own versions of them. There is a tutorial you can download from Silke’s website, it’s in German but I was able to follow it easily.
The 2019 Annual Catalogue is now open for business! This is the Stampin’ Up!® store front, full of amazing ideas you can copy straight from the book or use as your inspiration for your own creations. Grab a copy from the next class on 20 June. Or if you don’t buy from another demonstrator email me your address and I’ll send one out to you. A Peek Inside Here are the projects I’ve already created from the new catalogue. I’ve bought lots of new products from the 2019 Annual Catalogue that I haven’t created with yet and these will be used in upcoming classes. Also a lot of sets from…
Welcome back. I created this card for the keen stampers who come to class twice each month. I do a second set of projects for them and this was one of them in November. I started with an idea from Tammy Beard, her card had the gift holder and was a lovely simple design that I wanted to use however hers was a birthday card. I then found a card by Rochelle Blok that used the Merry Christmas To All stamp set and Merry Christmas Thinlits. So I cased them both to come up with this Merry Christmas card with gift voucher holder.
Team Gifts at OnStage I had just enough of these embroidery hoops to create team gifts at OnStage, a demonstrator event held in Auckland over the weekend. I didn’t have many left because we had made them in a class during October. I was so pleased with how pretty they look and I just love the embroidery hoops which are still trending they make lovely gifts.
Wow the months are flying by – here’s the projects created in my October card making classes. October Class Project 1 I started introducing Christmas into the mix with a card using the Joyous Noel and Merry Christmas To All stamp sets and Merry Christmas Thinlits Dies. I cased this project from Leena Girsa.
Saturday’s Memory Box Class It was a fun day with everyone turning a pizza box into a Memory Box with a pull out accordion folded section for notes, words of encouragement, photos etc. The accordion part sits inside the pizza box and we decorated the box and pages using the Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper (DSP). These gorgeous little Memory Boxes can be used as a decor item as well as a cute way to preserve cherished memories and special occasions like weddings or new baby arrivals, even engagements.