Just a quick post today as I have spent most of the day in the craft room making these and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. Apologies to the neighbours if my singing was too loud but it is so much fun crafting with my music blaring and me singing out of tune to my playlist
Don’t you just love these tea light flowers? I was inspired by another demonstrator Kareth Sims in America who made some using the light bulb punch. But as I don’t have the light bulb punch a light bulb moment occurred to me to use the Daisy Punch. Maybe a little bit more tedious but so much fun to make. Would make lovely table decorations for a special occasion don’t you think? Let me know how you would use them!
The card in the background is a card that we did at a technique class recently using the embossing paste. Loooooove this stuff, so much fun to play with and colour too!
The butterfly is water coloured in pastel tones similar to a card in a recent catalogue. Do you know which one???
Couple of questions for you to answer here today! Would love some of your feedback.
Well until next time, keep on crafting.
Well good morning my lovelies and what a morning it has been!
The monthly Coffee and Card class was the biggest yet with 6 ladies attending. Of course I forgot to take photos until two ladies had left sorry Gail and Judy!!
We made this card today and the ladies had a choice of four colours incorporating the Gingham Gala, Delightful Daisy and Painted Harvest sets. Of course the Daisy punch was used to punch out the stamped daisies! You might be able to see from the photo the different colours used and all co-ordinated beautifully. Stampin Up make it so simple for colour co-ordination.
So we all sponged around the three front sections including the Gingham Gala piece. The sentiment is from the gorgeous Wonderful Romance bundle. The sentiment was stamped on a scrap of Whisper White and we used the circle punch to punch it out and then sponged around that. It was adhered using Stampin Dimensionals. We also used the Wink of Stella pen to add a little sparkle to the Daisy. Also stamped the fern and leaf images from the Painted Harvest set and punch a few leaves out with the leaf punch. A lot of different products used but we were finished well within out time limits and all the ladies were very happy with the results. This card really showcases the Daisy punch and the Gingham Gala paper really well.
All of the products used are listed below and if you would like to order any please call me or order through my shop here online.
Hope you like today’s card as much as the ladies did making them. Next Coffee and Card class is on Tuesday 9th April at 9.30am, Round Table Coffee, Gawain Road Bracken Ridge. Cost is $5 you purchase your own coffee though. A great fun morning. Bookings essential so call me on 0419721561 as I can only fit in about 7 ladies at a time!
Until next time, keep on Stampin!
Just received my new products and I am just loving the Daisy Delight Stamp Set and the Daisy punch. If you would like to learn how to make these cards, please email me to book a class. These will be available on 1/6/2017 so contact me now to book your class. Please leave a comment here and let me know which one you like best, the thank you card or the Happy Birthday card. They are both using the lovely new Lemon Lime Twist stamp ink and cardstock combined with the Daisy Delight Stamp set. I can’t decide which one I like most!
Thanks for stopping by!