Freshly Brewed Projects: Sneak Peek of the new Catalogue

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... ... a sneek peek of the new Stampin' Up! Catalogue As a Stampin' Up! demonstrator one of the perks is getting to see and play with some of the exciting new products from the upcoming New Annual Catalogue, available to you on the 3rd June. Trying … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Sneak Peek of the new Catalogue

Techniques on Tuesday: Colouring Embossing Paste

Sometimes we wish to add a little texture to our projects, embossing paste is a great way to do that. With this technique I will show you a few different ways that you can add some colour as well. Supplies that you will need: Embossing paste, palette knife. silicone mat, masks, pigment sprinkles, ink refill, … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Colouring Embossing Paste

Freshly Brewed Projects: Favourite Retiring Product

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... Favourite Retiring Product It is that time of year again when we have to say goodbye to some of our favourite stamping products. To try and pick just one for this post was hard, there are so many I could show case. But as some of … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Favourite Retiring Product

Techniques on Tuesday: Starburst

Parisian Blooms Specialty DSP This technique is a way to use up some of the hordes, and off-cuts of Designer Series Paper (DSP) we all have laying around. Supplies that you will need: Designer Series Paper (DSP), paper trimmer, liquid glue, scissors, card stock and embellishments. Garden Lane DSP Step by Step Instructions First work … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Starburst

Freshly Brewed Projects: Retiring In Colours

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... Retiring In Colours With the new 2020-2021 annual catalogue about to go live we need to say goodbye to the 2018-2020 In Colours before we introduce 5 new on trend colours. We are saying goodbye to Lovely Lipstick, Call me Clover, Pineapple Punch, Grapefruit Grove and … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Retiring In Colours

Techniques on Tuesday: Camouflage Background

This technique gives you a unique finish every time and it is background that works well for masculine cards. You just need to be able to scrunch up a perfectly good piece of card stock. Supplies you will need: light coloured card stock and 3 different coloured ink pads, stamps and embellishments to finish your … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Camouflage Background

Freshly Brewed Projects: Happy Mother’s Day

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... Happy Mother's Day Mother's day is a special time of year and what mum doesn't love a bunch of flowers for Mother's Day. It is nice to send them something handmade. This year I was asked to make a special card in a box for a … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Happy Mother’s Day

Techniques on Tuesday: Faux Mother of Pearl

Another oldie but goodie for you today. Faux Mother of Pearl is a quick & easy techniques that gives you a nice subtle WOW!. This is another one of my favourites. You can just create a piece the size you need or you can create a whole sheet of A4 or even 12 x 12 … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Faux Mother of Pearl

Freshly Brewed Projects: Stack of Cards

The inspiration for this Freshly Brewed Project is .... Stack of Cards We all have a stash of Designer Series Paper (DSP). Sometimes it is hard to cut it up for anything. Using it as a base for creating a stack of cards makes picking your colour palette a lot easier with coordinating ink, card … Continue reading Freshly Brewed Projects: Stack of Cards

Techniques on Tuesday: Split Negative

This is one of my Favourite techniques, with the contrast in colour it gives you an amazing finish that is striking. Supplies that you will need: 2 pieces of contrasting card stock cut to the same size. Image to be stamped, inks, Stamparatus (stamp positioning tool) and Paper Trimmer. Optional embossing powder and heat tool. … Continue reading Techniques on Tuesday: Split Negative