Yes, still playing catch up both with my blog & my tutorials.
Today’s card is one we created a few weeks ago in our Friday’s class & am only getting around to sharing with you. You can see the 1st card we created by clicking here.
Once again, the card has been created with the FREE Botanical Butterfly DSP when you purchase $AUD90 of product. It is gorgeous paper as 1 side is black & white while the reverse side is full of lovely colour.
If you click on the link below, you are able to download your free tutorial to create your own card. The tutorial includes a list of supplies & measurements (metric & imperial).
If you know of anyone who would like to receive this card, please comment below.
Once again I am taking part in Kylie’s International Highlights Hop for March. Thank you so much for everyone who voted for me last month. It is always very much appreciated.
This month the theme is Encouragement.
I love sending out encouragement cards or “Just Because”. Isn’t this one of the reasons we create? Do you know of anyone you can send encouragement to? Maybe a Get Well Soon – or WOW, You are Amazing, even a Thank You card? I’m sure they would appreciate it. My card went off in the mail yesterday & is winging its way overseas.
I had an email to say that some of my earlier tutorials had not been shared, so I thought what better time to do that then over the next couple of weeks. Please bear in mind that a few of the products used on some of the tutorials may be retired but may be changed out for current products.
Please also note that since the tutorials have been written, the tutorial layout & blog name have been changed too.
My card today is using the Waterfront Stamp Set. There are so many ideas & ways of using this great set, so be sure to check out Pinterest or google the set.
By clicking on the link below, you will be able to download a free tutorial to create your own card. The tutorial includes both the products used & the measurements (metric & imperial).
Yesterday I shared with you a card using the Eclipse Technique.
Well today, I am sharing another using the same technique but this time round it is a Christmas Card which was created in one of my classes back in February. Is it too early to make a start on our Christmas cards?
The Eclipse Technique is available to download by clicking on the Free Technique Tutorials Page. Print it out, file in a folder & keep on hand to use or to refer back to at a later date.
Yes, SU! Demos are able to use them for your classes, workshops & demonstrations. It just means that all the work is done for you, except of course your samples.
To download your free card tutorial on how I created my card, please click on the link above the photo.
Remember to use the Host Code for April when shopping Online
My card today is one I created some time ago but have never gotten round to sharing with you. I thought I had better do that before it goes off in the post tomorrow.
It’s a very simple little card but one with a bit of a punch as the background has been created using the Perennial Birthday Stamp Set & coloured with Stampin’ Blends. Some of the Rhinestones have been coloured with the Dark Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Blend. The centre was die cut with the square from the Stitched Shapes Framelits, layered onto 2 pieces of Whisper White & then adhered back into place – Eclipse Technique.
If you click on the link below, you will be able to download a tutorial to create your very own card.
When shopping Online, to use the new Host Code for April.