It’s a brand new week and time for a brand new challenge at Cupcake Inspirations! This time we’re looking for projects that use plaid. It can be stamped, stenciled or patterned paper, as long as we can see plaid somewhere on the project. Our sponsor for the challenge is Newton’s Nook, who are providing a … More CIC 465 | Aloha | Plaid | Newton’s Nook
Thank you for joining us for the Paw Prints on my Heart Blog Hop! This is a blog hop featuring projects showcasing the love we have for our fur babies! You should have arrived from Cindy but if not Connie Can Crop, is the beginning of this Special hop!
In my latest video for The Little Paper Tree I decided to play with adding simple details to a stamp, then used it to make a fun monochrome birthday card. I did have some technical issues with the video (my camera kept cutting off!) but it was a pretty simple card to make and I … More The Little Paper Tree | Adding Detail to Stamps | Video
February already and we’re approaching Valentine’s day! In fact our latest Cupcake Inspiration Challenge will end right around Valentine’s, and the theme is perfect for it. The theme we have for our fortnightly challenge is Be Mine. As always our challenge theme is open to your interpretation, and we can’t wait to see how you … More CIC 463 | I Like You Mouse | Be Mine | The Paper Shelter
It’s the fifth Wednesday of the month which means it’s time for our Anything Goes challenge at Watercooler Wednesday! For my project I decided to pull out the Simon Says Stamp January card kit and create a wintry Valentine’s card.
I have some more inspiration to share for our pink and white theme over at the Cupcake Inspiration Challenge. The challenge is now halfway through, so there’s still time to play along for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Your Next Stamp. For my previous card for the challenge, which you can … More CIC 462 | Some Bunny Special | Pink & White | Your Next Stamp
I enjoy watercolouring, but I’m not that confident at it. I think my biggest issue is that I am not patient enough to work in layers. I managed to find my patience for this card, and really enjoyed the process of creating the watercolour background panel.