Archive for the ‘Christmas’ Category

These garlands are super cute and super easy to make. Cut out card or paper shapes with punches and dies, then run them through a sewing machine. I punched the circles first with this one and then punched the stars from the middle of the large circles. The are light-weight so all you need is a […]

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Simple, subtle Christmas cards are really appealing to me at the moment so I decided to make my own.


 I revisited a favourite craft project of mine last night with an amazing group of women. I showed them how to make an advent calendar peg board. I didn’t finish mine (and forgot to take photos last night of the other boards) so I don’t have a pic of a completed board but you can see […]


……. for a while anyway.  These last couple of cards are from the combined inspiration of my friend Deena and I.  Back to more traditional colours this time.  This first card using the Dasher stamp from Stampin’ Up! uses Pear Pizzaz, Riding Hood Red, Early Espresso and Very Vanilla.  And the striped Riding Hood Red […]


Deena and I thought we’d try a different colour combination for these Christmas Cards.  Real Read and Tempting Turquoise.  I actually really love it.  I’m more of a red and green girl for Christmas.  But this is fresh and bright. What do you think?  What colour combinations do you like for Christmas?


I’ve had this post on my ‘to do’ list for a long time.  Since September actually!  I made a pack of cards to be auctioned at a church ‘Service Auction’.  This event was free and everyone donated something to be auctioned.  There were gorgeous pamper packs and chocolate goodies and, as the event title suggests, […]