Beginner Crafter · Quick and Easy

Quiet Meadow…triple panel card

Some simple stamping on this card – and a great card if you are just starting to develop your cardmaking skills by adding layers and embellishments. Of course it is also a card that anyone can make when you would like something just a little different to a standard card. The splatter image is really… Continue reading Quiet Meadow…triple panel card

Avid Crafter · Beginner Crafter

You’re a Peach: Simple and Stepped up

How pretty is this stamp set when you just use the flower and leaf images? A simple sentiment and a few rhinestones and it comes together in minutes. Of course – if you have a little more time, and have a die cutting machine, then you can easily step up the design with the addition… Continue reading You’re a Peach: Simple and Stepped up

Beginner Crafter · Card

Playing with Patterns: Pretty layers

Just a fun card today using playing with patterns DSP, ribbon trio and Pattern Play stamp set you could vary the layers depending on the size of DSP you have available. have fun creating Crafty Hugs Heidi x Product List Playing With Patterns Suite Collection [154137] £77.25 Playing With Patterns Resin Dots [152467] £7.50 Playing… Continue reading Playing with Patterns: Pretty layers

Avid Crafter · Beginner Crafter

Step it up or Simplify : Fine Art Floral

So today I’m showing another couple of ways to use the Fine Art Floral suite to create either a simple card or a ‘stepped up’ version, along with sharing some of the different colours that work so well with this suite. This is my original…simple tone on tone stamping with a small strip of DSP… Continue reading Step it up or Simplify : Fine Art Floral

Card · Quick and Easy

Very Versailles meets Woven Heirlooms

And not a piece of DSP in sight! This is a great card layout to have in your repertoire, and the lovely leaf spray with the ‘distinktive’ effect…this is a a special Stampin’ Up! effect where the texture and shading is all part of the stamp…making stunning shaded images without any extra work 🙂 It… Continue reading Very Versailles meets Woven Heirlooms