Sunday, 31 March 2013

Hoppy Easter Everybunny...

Did you see what I did there!!!  LOL, that has to be one of our favourite sayings in our house at the moment.

Any how, today being Easter Sunday, I wanted to share a Bunny punch art with you all. Now, this is a complete CASE, but it's the best punch art Bunny you will find anywhere in Blog World. And it's so super cute too.

Isn't he cute!! This is the one I made at class with my monthly girlies, but I also made some in Early Espresso and Soft Suede. And instead of Easter eggs, I put in white marshmallows to look like Spare Bunny Tails.

The original idea came from the brilliant Lana Harvey, over at Lana's Stamping Cottage. Here is the  link to her gorgeous Bunny!!

Hope you all have a wonderful, Chocolate filled Easter,


Cardstock - Whisper White, Pretty in Pink, Early Espresso
Punches - Large Oval, Extra Large Oval, Small Heart and 3/4" and 1/2" Circle
Other - Top Note Die

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Class Sneak Peek

So I have a huge Stampin Up party this weekend, which I have been busy organising something amazing for the hostess and all of her friends to make, but I also took some time to get the cards for my up coming class done too.

Now I can't show you all of the cards for class, but I did want to share just one with you all... to wet your appetite so to speak!!

I saw this card made for one of the girls at Stampin' Up Head quarters and it gave me the idea for my card.

On the other card, they had put the ladies name on the banner, but i suddenly realised that it's mothers Day in the UK this weekend and thought this would be a great card to send over to my Mummy.

Don't you just loves those gorgeous new Hearts a Flutter stamps and matching Framelits. I have so many more projects to share with you, using this set. It's super versatile!!

Anyway, I couldn't use this card for this months class, as Mothers days in Australia isn't until May. So I then wondered whether I could make the card fit 6 banners across it...

So it turns out that, Yep, you can lol. It's also such an awesome way to use up scraps of DSP too.

So if you guys want to come along and make this card as well as two others, then drop me an EMAIL and book into class. For more information on my classes, just click HERE!!

Have Fun,


Ink - Midnight Muse, Versamark and Rich Razzleberry
Stamps - Delightful Dozen, Happiest Birthday Wishes (R) and Sweet Shop Alphas (R)
Cardstock - Whisper White, Basic Black, Island Indigo, Silver Glimmer and Primrose Petal CoreDination
DSP - Sycamore Street (SAB) and Patio Party
Other - Hearts a flutter Framelits, White Embossing Powder, Embossing Buddy, Fancy Fan and Lacy Brocade Embossing Folders, White Bakers Twine, Small Heart punch and Petite Curly label Punch.

Friday, 1 March 2013

I love a "Secret Garden"

I was so pleased when Stampin' Up started bringing out Framelit shapes. I thought, wow this really can't get any better... that was until I opened the new Seasonal Catty and saw all the new framelits!!

I totally adore the new Secret Garden stamp set and matching Framelits.  No more tricky cutting around petals and leaves. Just stamp the image and run through Mr Big!! I can tell you now, my girls are going to go CRAZY over these, they hate it when we have a class and I MAKE them cut out flowers, I'm sadistic that way lol.

 Todays card, I made for my cousin and my BFF who both moved over the last two weeks. I know crazy hey. The photo doesn't really do the card much justice as I had to take the shot late at night, so that I could pop them in the post the next day.

This card is yet another case, found on Pinterest, and I have only just realised, as I type this, that it's yet another Karen Barber creation. Now for some reason you can't find her original card on her blog, but I have put up the link to the card which is on SplitcoastStampers.... See I told you she is awesome!!!

Anyway, I have used the new Secret Garden stamp set for my card and I just love how gorgeous the flowers all stamp, though I think this one is going to be my "go to" flower lol. Oh and by the way, any card that uses the Emboss resistant technique is a winner in my book.

Now, when I came to do the sentiment, it occurred to me, that I don't actually have a pharse to go on a "moving" card. So I thought the "Just for You" saying out of the Just Believe stamp set would just about cover it!!

Have Fun,


Ink - Crumb Cake and VersaMark
Stamps - Secret Garden, Papillon Potpourri and Just Believe
Cardstock - Very Vanilla and Crumb Cake
Other - Very Vanilla Seam Binding Ribbon, Large Oval Punch, Scallop Oval Punch, White Embossing Powder and Pearls