Posts Tagged ‘Scallop Circle Punch’

Who’s been following along with my cards in the “hello series”?  This is Card no. 3 so if you’ve missed Card no.1 and Card no. 2 make sure you have a look. In trying to include my least favourite colour, yellow, into my creations I discovered that it can actually look great!  I added a […]


Another cheery hello to you today.  Following on from yesterday’s “hello series” card no. 1, here is card no. 2: With my least favourite colour, yellow, combing with my favourite colour, red, I have found an unexpected colour combination that I absolutely love. And this time I’ve included a little Crumb Cake cardstock, my other […]


Do you know what my favourite colour is?  If you scroll through my blog you will find the predominant colour is RED!  And the Stampin’ Up! red that I love is Read Red.  It’s so bright and cheerful but also luxurious as well as pretty.  In other words, it’s very versatile. It matches everything. Next […]


My monthly Stamp Club class is something I look forward to each month as it is so great to catch up with the girls and they truly have become my friends.  It’s class time again tomorrow and this is the card we’ll be making. It uses the big shot to cut the top note, little […]


For my sister’s birthday party we decided it would be nice to have a small box of cards available that everyone could write a memory they have of her or something special about her.  That way she can sit down later and read them all and have a laugh, or cry, and hopefully enjoy the […]


Valentines Day of course! Well, I must admit that I’m not really a valentines person and I have never even made a valentines card.  But I sat down today for a little bit of craft time and thought I’d try my hand at a few “challenges”.  I checked a few blogs that I visit regularly […]


I’ve actually finished these with enough time to get them up here to show you before I go away for the weekend.  These are little surprises for the girls on camp. If we see them doing something nice for another girl or helping out the leaders etc. we will leave a little chocolate on their […]