How fun is this paper? I love these vans, the tropical colours and palm trees. It's a simple card we made in class last week but I just love it! 

We inked up the palm trees with stampin write markers in old olive and crumb cake to get the two colours then die cut it using the In the Tropics Dies.

The 'aloha' is also a die we cut out with in daffodil delight and the same dies and adhered to a pretty peacock panel to match the base card.


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Thinking of you with all my heart

I am still in love with this Golden Honey designer series paper! I love the black, white and gold. Perfect for cards for all occasions! And did you know you can earn it for FREE? Yes it is a sale-a-bration item. 

This card is not my design, I found it on pinterest and had to recreate it as I loved it so much. But I cannot find it now to give credit to the original designer (I made it a few weeks ago now) 

This sentiment can be used for lots of occasions - a birthday, anniversary, sympathy and general I love you cards. I stamped it with versamark ink then embossed it in gold embossing powder. 

The base is whisper white cardstock with another whisper white panel that was embossed with the Subtle embossing folder. 

The DSP circle is attached to a gold foil circle. 

The hearts are cut from the  Stitcehd Be Mine dies using gold glimmer paper. The small hearts are the inside pieces from the die cut that I adhered with glue dots. I also added some black sequin flowers from the peaceful poppies sequins.       

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Very Versailles Foliage

Today's card is one I made a while ago and forgot to share with you! 

It uses a beautiful stamp  set called Very Versailles. 

I am sure I cased this card but I am sorry I cannot remember who to give credit to. It is also similar layout to the sample in the annual catalogue (page 112)

The colours I have used are blueberry bushel, rococo rose and pear pizzazz. 

The background is stamped with the images from the stamp set. I have then added the layers of cardstock and ribbons and the focal image and sentiment.   

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More Meerkats!

Can you handle more Meerkat cuteness? 

Today's card is similar to last week's version as I stamped multiple images and coloured them with the various brown blends. But on today's card I added a little extra meerkat and by using different die cut shapes and colours I was able to create quite a different look. 

And when I spied this card by US demo Mary Deatherage I knew I had to recreate it immediately! I love how she used the softer side of the Peaceful Poppies designer series paper to get a slightly washed look which when embossed with the Coastal Weave embossing folder gave it a lovely worn look. 

I added a die cut from the Stitched Labels dies in the same paper to give it a tone on tone look. 

The focal white images were die cut with the Stitcehd So Sweetly dies - love, love, love these!! 

A thin border of basic black cardstock frames the panel before layering onto a Poppy Parade card base.  

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Moments of Joy - Painted Poppies

This card was a fun one we made in class. It is quite quick and simple but I love all the papers and elements. And it is a great card for those times when you can't decide which side of the dsp you prefer more as it uses both!!

The base is rich razzleberry. We then added a layer of Peaceful Poppies DSP and then the smaller piece is the reverse of the same sheet.

The circle die is from the Painted Labels dies and the sentiment is from the Peaceful Moments which we stamped in rich razzleberry.

We then stamped the smaller poppy and coloured with poppy parade blends. The whisper white ribbon bow was also coloured with the poppy parade blend.  

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