June’s Monthly Kit

“Blooming with Kindness”
is our Stamp Set for June.

This set of cards have turned out so very pretty that I think they would make for a great present for someone special.

  To purchase your kit, all you have to do is click on Stamp of the Month Kits at the top of the page. It will take you straight to the page where you will see the PayPal Drop Down Button.  For the moment, if you could email me direct letting me know which option you would like to purchase, I can email you an invoice either via PayPal or Direct Debit.

Once payment has been received, your kits (Australia only) will be posted in the mail. You will receive your PDF Tutorial (available to anyone) via email.


Until next time, Happy Stampin’


Thank You….

Today’s post is the 2nd card we created in our class in May.  I originally cased the card from Libby but did change it a little, including colours.

Inside Card –

Card Front –
Tutorial to create your card

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Blooming With Kindness…

I have loved this set from the moment I saw it, but it has taken me some time to actually purchase it.  So many lovely products, which to buy first!!!!!

I wanted to try & create a different look using this set & think I may have achieved it.  It is a card we sometime ago at Crafty Creations where we concentrated on playing with Window Sheets or Acetate.  You can see this card HERE.

Knowing what will work & how Acetate will work is the secret to the puzzle. 

Again, I’ve kept the card pretty clean & simple, as I didn’t want to take away from the card front.

I’ve since added a sentiment to the front as I used it for a Sympathy card.

And the instructions for you to copy & print
Until next time, Happy Stampin’

Bloomin’ with Kindness…..

… is the Stamp Set I used today for the Sympathy Card I had to create.  I do know this is one type of card we never like to create.  In saying that, I usually have a small stack in amongst my cards, but of course as with any card, when I need one, I don’t go for the stack I have, I usually try & create one to suit the person it is intended or for their family.

One of the ladies from our Friday’s class lost her mum last week, so I took the card & got everyone to sign it for her.  I can now show the card as she will have received it by now.  I created it in Patty’s favourite colours & as it turned out a “Monochromic” Card – that is, using 2 or more tones of the one colour. 

I decided to keep it fairly plain as I didn’t want to go overboard with it & I finally got to use the Delicate Designs Embosslits with the matching Large Scallop Edgelits.  Don’t you just love that with Stampin’ Up! – the way everything matches & co-ordinates……….

Of course the tutorial for you to create your own version
Click on the link to print or save

Happy Stampin’




With Sympathy…..

Today’s card is one I created for a challenge, but the challenge closed before I could post it as I completely forgot all about it. 

I then decided to use it for my Friday Crafty Creations Class a couple of weeks ago.  This year we are trying to create some of our cards with different folds while at the same time, still trying to do cards that are not expensive to create at home.

 A couple of the ladies did have a little trouble getting their head around the concept of the Window Sheet being in the middle & why we were cutting out card at the front, but after a LOT of explaining, showing & playing, we eventually got to complete it. 

The sentiment is a non-Stampin’ Up! stamp.  It is easily able to be substitued for a SU! stamp.

I love the monochromic colours in a card.  They are a little different & sometimes a little harder to tie them in together than adding other colours.

Close – Up
To print your own Tutorial for this card, please click on the link below

Until next time, Enjoy!