Friday, June 30, 2017

My all time favourite set ever! Now thats a big call!

Back in April we got the opportunity to attend our Stampin Up conference at Luna Park. We had an amazing time seeing fellow demonstrators from all over. It is such a great atmosphere. The excitement was tenfold as our new Annual Catalogue was previewed to us and we were overwhelmed.


My favourite amongst the whole 233 pages was this great set. Not only do we have gorgeous stamps with matching framelits but also the most gorgeous  DSP I have seen in a very long time.

The image below is from Stampwitch - Natalie Lapakko

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Happy Crafting Nic!

Friday, June 23, 2017

Daffodil Delight

This week was my Mum and Dad's 53rd wedding anniversary so a special card for a special couple was in order.

I love how the card folds flat but then pops out when you open it up. They absolutely loved it.

Using the wood crate framelits and the new Daisy Punch we got to work. There were a group of us at a friends and fellow Stampin Up demonstrator's place. She gave us the crates and daisy's and left us too it. The great thing was there was no card to go by it was just all us. There were so many versions and each one so different.

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Happy crafting everyone 💜

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Jar of Love

Hi all

I hope you have had a great week. I managed to do quite a bit of cardmaking this week and my lovely Upline Chloe lent me one of her sets "Jar of love" after making these cards at her class. After attending class I just had to have another play with this great set and it is now definitely on my wish list. It is just so versatile. I love it.

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Have a fantastic weekend.

Stamp Out Cancer

Hi all

Well another week and been and gone, hasnt this year just flown.

In May my beautiful friend and Upline Chloe and I held a Australia's biggest morning tea. We got the inspiration at our Onstage Convention in April when I won the awesome Ribbon of Courage stamp set designed by the beautiful Patty Bennett.

The first thing I thought was this would be the perfect set for a cancer fundraiser. So Chloe and I got to planning and hosted this wonderful event and we managed to raise over $700.

Lots of fun and we had a make and take using the stampset, raffles, lucky door prize and of course yummy treats.

Below is the make and take that everyone made. We gave the ladies the option of making the card in either Bermuda Bay (Blue) or Melon Mambo (Pink).

This card below I made for a group swap that we took part in.  Our group of Stampin Up demonstrators each selected a new stamp set to highlight. We then made 6 of them and each of us got one. Its a great way to share ideas and see all the different styles of people. Instead of using the Ribbon I decided to highlight the heart in the set. Using Versamark I stamped the hearts and then heat embossed in white. I then had a spritzer with Melon Mambo, Old Olive and Bermuda Bay and sprayed over the top of the watercolour cardstock. The effect was beautiful. It was then mounted on Melon Mambo and then placed on a Bermuda Bay cardstock.   I got this lovely card idea by the very talented Yvonne Pree.

 The beautiful Ribbon of Courage stampset designed by Patty Bennett

These were made as part of our raffle.


Below are some pictures from the day. I think everyone had a great time, I know I did!

We had a great time highlighting this stampset and raising money for such a great cause. I will definitely be helping out again next year.

Have a great week everyone and happy crafting.

Nic 😊 

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Sending wishes your way!

After a long absence due to RL getting busy with going back to work and raising a family I am hoping I am now back to regularly craft and sharing my creations.

I have been lucky enough to have a great Stampin Up Upline and group of ladies that I learn from every day. They are a great support not only in the Stampin Up world but in my everyday life as well.

Saying that, I regularly attend classes of both Chloe Evans and Marlene Fuller and learn different techniques in every class.

This weeks card was made using the Shaving Cream technique at Marlene's class. This was so much fun and it was the first time a few of the ladies had tried it (including myself) we poured shaving cream onto a plate and added a few drops of ink (or food colouring works just as well). then we got a stick and swirled it around in the shaving cream to give us a pattern. Then using photographic paper we placed the glossy side down onto the shaving cream. The effect was amazing and every time we did it a different pattern was made.

I decided to use blue ink in my shaving cream and used that as water on my card, then I used a spritzer (in which I also added water and blue ink) and lightly covered the paper which made the sky effect. I stamped the ocean liner on white card stock and using the circle stitched framelits cut out the ocean liner, I was so happy with the end result.

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Have a great weekend!