Posts Tagged ‘Whisper White’

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 […]


Birthday Bakery

18Feb11

Now that the boring “Man” card is out of the way, here is something cute 🙂 I’ve been having Regal Rose (pink) withdrawals lately as I haven’t had much of a chance to do my card making and I just had to use it.  I’ve teamed it up with Early Espresso and Whisper White with […]


You may remember that I recently made invitations for my sister-in-law’s baby shower.  But if you don’t, here’s a reminder: Now that the date has arrived, I have been busy making little thank you gifts for those in attendance and prizes for those that win a game (you know those silly games you play at […]


Now this one is a direct case from Nichole Heady.  I love this cute stamp set and just had to make this card as soon as I got it. And all the other cards she has made with the set are just as cute! The earthy tones of crumb cake (kraft), white and early espresso […]


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?