Freshly Brewed Projects: Metallics

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... Metallics Have you discovered the awesome Brushed Metallic Cardstock in the August-December 2020 Mini Catalogue!!! It comes in Bronze, Copper & Gold. By using the Colour Blocking technique and adhering strips of each of the 3 colours I created these 2 cards for my catalogue launch. … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Metallics

Techniques on Tuesday: Paper Piecing

By stamping your image on Designer Series Paper (DSP) and cutting it out you can add colour and variation to your projects. If you are not a fan of colouring in an image then this is a great technique for you. It is also a great way use use up all those scrap pieces of … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Paper Piecing

Freshly Brewed Projects: Chevron Quilt Strip Background

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... Chevron Quilt Strip Background This week we are creating projects using the Chevron Quilt Strip Background Technique. I enjoyed the challenge of trying something new. Here is a tutorial by Lyssa Zwolanek that is the inspiration for today's card. Hope you like it and try it for yourself. … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Chevron Quilt Strip Background

Techniques on Tuesday: Faux Metal

By heating multiple layers of Metallic Embossing powder you can achieve the Faux Metal look and make your own embellishments and focal pieces for your projects. Supplies that you will need: stamped image, metallic embossing powder, versa mark ink, heat tool, card stock. Step by Step Instructions This techniques uses a lot of embossing powder, … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Faux Metal

Freshly Brewed Projects: Black and White

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... Black and White Making a project with black and white can be so classy. Plus you do not need to worry about matching anything. For my card today I have used one of the papers from the Magic in This Night Designer Series Paper and the … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Black and White

Techniques on Tuesday: Shimmer Resist

This technique is a variation to the emboss resist technique giving you a shimmery effect to your background. Supplies that you will need: a solid stamp image, embossing powder, versa mark and heat tool, shimmer paint, sponge dauber or foam brush. Step by Step Instructions First ink your image with versa mark ink and stamp … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Shimmer Resist

Freshly Brewed Projects: Trees

Welcome to today's blog hop it is all about Trees I do like a stamp set with trees in it and Stampin' Up! have so many different stamp sets to choose from it was hard to pick one. But I have just had a weekend away on the beautiful south coast of NSW and had … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Trees

Techniques on Tuesday: Scratch n Sniff

This is a fun technique that will take you back to your childhood. Do you remember scratching a picture and being able to smell the scent. You can create a scented embossing powder by mixing 1 part sugar free jelly or drink mix with 1 1/2 part clear embossing powder. Supplies that you will need: … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Scratch n Sniff

Freshly Brewed Projects: Christmas DSP

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... Christmas Designer Series Paper There are so many beautiful and colourful Christmas Designer Series Paper to choose from in the catalogues this year. If you are like me you will have trouble cutting them up. But that is exactly what you need to do so that … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Christmas DSP

Techniques on Tuesday: Two-Step Stamping Variation

Two-step stamping is when you layer two or more stamped images to create the completed image. Stampin' Up! have a number of Two-Step Stampin' sets in their catalogues. Photopolymer or transparent stamp make this technique a little easier. But it can be achieved with the red rubber stamps as well but you will need a … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Two-Step Stamping Variation