Friday, 18 December 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 12

This is the last week of my "12 Weeks of Christmas". I hope you have enjoyed them and have found some creative inspiration to make some lovely handmade cards.
WEEK 12 - Seasons of Joy

Cardstock: Sahara Sand, Natural Ivory, Always Artichoke, Real Red.
Stamps: Seasons of Joy and Short & Sweet.
Inks: Always Artichoke and Real Red.
Accessories: Word Window Punch, Large Oval punch, Real Red polka dot grosgrain ribbon.
Stamp the Christmas tree from the "Seasons of Joy" stamp set repetitively on the Natural Ivory cardstock using the "repetition stamping method". Stamp the star in red and cut out and place on top of one of the trees. Layer on the "Always Artichoke" cardstock. Stamp "very merry" on Natural Ivory card, punch out with "word window" punch and punch "large oval" in real red card and layer on to A5 Sahara Sand. Adhere "polka dot" ribbon to A5 card.

Thursday, 17 December 2009

Gift Certificates Ideal for Christmas

For those of you who are struggling to find last minute Christmas gifts (or has a hubby/partner who doesn't know what to get you).
I can supply you with a Gift Certificate for Stampin' Up products.
The Certificate can be to any value that you like.
Stampin' Up have some great specials/sales from now to the end of March 2010.
The recipient has 6 months to use the Gift Certificate.
The Certificates will look similar to the one above and are not just for Christmas time, I can make them for other occasions.

Contact me if you'd like to arrange a Gift Certificate for someone special.

Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Stampin' Up Inventory Clearance Sale

Stampin' Up! Australia is having an Inventory Clearance Sale! Some stamp sets are 50% off...but only while stocks last. There's also Designer Series Paper, glitter, ribbon and embellishments too! Entire alphabet stamp sets for $38.98! There are bargains to be had! You can check out the list HERE.
The Clearance Sale is from 15 December to 24 January 2010, while stocks last.
Email me if you would like to place an order.
I know there are some sets on the Clearance List that are on my "Wish List". Could be perfect for last minute Christmas shopping!

Thursday, 10 December 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 11

Supplies Used:
Very Vanilla, Ruby Red, Going Grey, Holiday Treasures D/S Paper.
Inks: Basic Black.
Stamp sets: Occassional Greetings
Accessories: Scallop Edge punch, 1" circle punch, 1 1/4" circle punch, Cream pearls from the Pretties Kit.
Notes: Use Scallope Edge punch along 2 strips of Holiday Treasures D/S paper. Attach to piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock. Punch out 3 x 1" circles in Holiday Treasures D/S Paper and 3 x 1 1/4" circles in Going Grey cardstock, attach 1" circles to 1 1/4" circles. Stamp greeting on Very Vanilla card with Basic Black ink. Draw 3 lines with a Black Artline marker and adhere Circles/Baubles to card. Attach some cream pearls from the Pretties Kit around the baubles. Attach vanilla card stock to Ruby Red and then attach Ruby Red to Vanilla card.

This is a great card with not much stamping, so you can get quite a few done in one sitting. Wonderful if you leave your card making to the last minute! (as we are all quilty of sometimes).

Monday, 7 December 2009

Great News

A few of the popular products from the Spring Mini Catalogue are still available for purchase even though the mini is now over. These products will also be available in next year's Idea Book & Catalogue (due for relaese in September).
Here is a list of the still-available products:

112534 Jumbo brads 5/16" Neutrals Assortment $15.50
112533 Jumbo brads 5/8" Neutrals Assortment $13.50
114889 Scallop Oval punch $30.95
106960 StazOn ink pad (White pad and refill) $22.95
109196 StazOn Cleaner $9.95


Thursday, 3 December 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 10

"A Wish for Peace"
This is a lovely stamp set and the sentiment is what Christmas is all about. I cased this card from Marelle Taylor Marelle, just love your work).
Supplies Used:
Cardstock: Always Artichoke and Whisper White
Inks: Always Artichoke and Handsome Hunter Stampin' Up marker.
Stamp sets: A Wish for Peace.
Accessories: 2-way Glue pen, Dazzling Diamonds, Eyelet Border punch.
Notes: Use Eyelet Border punch along the bottom edge of white cardstock. Ink stamp with Always Artichoke ink pad then colour larger tree in the foreground with Handsome Hunter marker. Huff (with your breath) on the stamp and stamp the image onto the white card. Stamp the greeting from the same set in Handsome Hunter ink. Using 2-way glue pen apply glue to the base of the trees then apply Dazzling Diamonds. Layer stamped image onto Always Artichoke A5 card.

Summer Mini Catalogue 09-10 - Chocolate Bunny

This is the second card we made at the Launch night. "Chocolate Bunny" is a single stamp in the new Summer Mini Catalogue for $13.95. It is a great stamp for Easter cards (which will be here before we know it!) This bunny reminds me of the Cadbury bunny. I can't wait to play with it more with gold embossing powder on "Elegant Eggplant" or "Perfect Plum." The stepped up version on the right was created by using Versamark ink on the Chocolate chip cardstock, then Chocolate chip ink on the Summer Sun cardstock, a couple of brads, twill tape and you have a more detailed bunny.

Summer Mini Catalogue 09/10 - Butterfly Prints

I had my Summer Mini Catalogue Open House/Launch yesterday. Here are some cards that I made from the "Butterfly Prints" stamp set $25.95 with the new Butterfly punch $30.95. The one on the left is what we made at the launch and the one beside it is a stepped up version of the same card. I love the Butterfly punch you can create some wonderful 3D images/cards with it. The punch also matches the "Flight of the Butterfly" stamp set in the main catalogue. In the stepped up version of the card I added some "Bashful Blue 1/2" striped grosgrain ribbon and some felt flowers from "Flower Fusion Too" and a designer brad along with some Dazzling Diamonds on the outside edge of the butterfly wings. Just love a bit of bling!

Friday, 27 November 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 9

Supplies Used:
Bashful Blue, Basic Black and Whisper White
Inks: Versamark, Brocade Blue and Basic Black.
Stamp sets: Lovely as a Tree, Many Merry Messages.
Accessories: Heat n' Stick Powder, Dazzling Diamonds, Heat Tool, Bashful Blue 1/2" striped grosgrain ribbon.
Notes: Ink tree stamp with versamark ink pad then ink stamp with Brocade Blue ink. Stamp tree 3 times without reinking the stamp. Apply heat n' stick powder and heat with heat tool (just enough to make it sticky), then apply Dazzling Diamonds and heat again with heat tool. Tear bottom edge of Whisper White cardstock and layer it on the Basic Black card. Stamp a Christmas greeting from "Many Merry Messatges" in Basic Black ink on the bottom of Bashful Blue A5 card. Layer stamped image onto Bashful Blue A5 card and attach a bow.

Thursday, 19 November 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 8

Supplies Used:
Cardstock: Handsome Hunter, Whisper White, Real Red
Inks: White Craft Ink pad, Handsome Hunter small wheel cartridge.
Stamp sets: Soft Holly small wheel, Seasons of Joy, Many Merry Messages and Occasional Greetings.
Accessories: Standard Wheel handle, Gold Brads, Clear embossing powder, Heat Tool, Eyelet border punch.
Notes: Wheel "Soft Holly" wheel across "Whisper White" cardstock, cut to fit "Handsome Hunter" base cardstock and attach. Stamp various Christmas messages on "Real Red" card in "Whisper White Craft Ink, apply clear embossing powder and emboss with heat tool. Attach gold brads, layer on to "Whisper White" card and attach to "Handsome Hunter base card using Stampin' Dimentionals.

Monday, 16 November 2009

Gingerbread House

I went to the Lakes Church at Berkeley Vale last Friday night and had a great night with 300 other ladies making a Gingerbread House. It was so much fun building the house and then decorating it. I hope it stands the test of time (or the heat that we are having) and can be a beautiful centre piece on my table on Christmas Day. Thanks Julie for inviting me.

My Dad's 80th Birthday Card

This is the card I have made for my Dad's 80th Birthday. I have used the "Blooms Away" stamp set and the "Weathered" background stamp. I coloured the banksia with Stampin' Up markers and stamped the image on to watercolour paper. I then stamped the "weathered" background stamp on the 3 different pieces of cardstock, attached 3 black brads and layered them onto black A5 card. I layered the banksia image on to black card and mounted it on to the card with stampin' dimentionals. I used the word window punch for "happy birthday" and attached it to large oval punched cardstock. I inked the number 80 with chocolate chip ink. Happy Birthday Pa I hope you have a great day.

Friends 24-7

This card I have made for a great friend for her birthday. We have been friends for 10 years, we have worked together and been there for each other. My friend Kate is one of the bravest people I know. She had bone cancer when she was 16 and had her left leg amputated. She got on with her life, got married, has 2 great children and only last year she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She faced this new battle with such bravery and courage and has come out the other side, she has finished her treatment and is looking towards the future once again. To my wonderful, brave friend Kate, I hope you like your birthday card.

Saturday, 14 November 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 7

Supplies Used:
Cardstock: Whisper White A5 card

Inks: Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Stampin' Up Markers- Always Artichoke and Chocolate Chip, Brocade Blue, Creamy Caramel.S
Stamp sets: Lovely as a Tree and Best Yet (Hostess set)
Accessories: Sponges
Notes: This is a great no layer card. I've used the "Reverse Masking" technique where you cut out a frame from scrap paper and work within that area instead of around it as you would with normal masking. Ink the tree stamp with "Old Olive" and stamp the image within the masking frame 3 times at varying levels without reinking the stamp. Still working with the masking frame, use a sponge to sponge the ground area with "Creamy Caramel" and the sky area with "Brocade Blue", carefully remove the mask. Colour your tree stamp with your marker pens using "Chocolate Chip" for the tree trunk and then "Always Artichoke" for the branches, huff with your breath on the stamp to moisten it and stamp the tree image to one side of the masked area (making this tree image appear to be in the foreground). Stamp your Christmas greeting in "Chocolate Chip" ink.

Thursday, 5 November 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 6

Week 6 -Tree Trimmings
Supplies Used:
Stamp sets: Tree Trimmings (Spring Mini Catalogue), Seasons of Joy, Short & Sweet
Inks: Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red
Cardstock: Old Olive, Whisper White, So Saffron
Accessories: Word Window Punch, Stampin' Dimentionals
Notes: Stamp each bauble on Whisper White cardstock in Old Olive, Chocolate Chip and Ruby Red inks, cut around the baubles. Stamp string & bow in chocolate chip ink in 3 places on the Old Olive cardstock. Attach dimentionals to the back of each bauble and place underneath the string and bow. Stamp the "swirl" image from Seasons of Joy on left hand side in Old Olive ink. Stamp "very merry" from Short & Sweet in Chocolate chip ink and punch with word window punch. Attach to card.

Sunday, 1 November 2009

Christmas Gift- Giving Extravaganza 1 November - 14 December 2009

Want a free Scallop Square punch? Of course you do! All you have to do is find $85 worth of goodies from this list that you "need" and the punch will be yours for FREE. Yippee! You can read all about it on the flyer HERE. The offer is valid until 14th December.

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 5

Week 5 - Seasons of Joy
Supplies Used:
Stamp Sets: Seasons of Joy
Cardstock: Old Olive, Real Red, Very Vanilla
Inks: Old Olive, Versamark
Accessories: Chocolate Chip ribbon, Silver brads.
Notes: Stamp the flower from the "Seasons of Joy" stamp set on the Old Olive card in versamark ink. Then stamp the words image from the stamp set on the Very Vanilla card in Old Olive ink, stamp the words again on Real Red card scrap in Old Olive and cut out the word "Season". Layer the stamped image onto the Real Red card, tie Chocolate Chip ribbon around, attach the 3 silver brads and using Stampin Dimentionals attach the red word to the stamped image. Layer the completed stamped image with ribbon and brads to the Old Olive cardstock using Stampin' Dimentionals.

A Moving Experience

This card I made for my parents who have just moved into a Retirement Village this weekend. It has been a huge weekend (and 8 weeks leading up to the move).
I used the Jumbo "Neighbourhood" wheel, "Loads of Love" and "Loads of Love Accessories" stamp sets. I coloured in the "Neighbourhood" and the little truck and furniture with blender pens and ink pads and the Stampin' Pastels. I think it is a cute little card.

Sympathy Cards

I had the need to make a sympathy card recently. I had never made a sympathy card before. These were the 2 cards that I made. A lovely old lady that I met through working at the Cardiologist's passed away. She was a beautiful lady who was so interested in my family, particularly Olivia with her ballet. In her day, Mrs Spackman used to play the piano for ballet exams, recitals and performances. It is always sad when someone passes on, even if they are elderly and in poor health. I chose to send the "Peace" card.

Sunday, 25 October 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 4

Week 4 - So Swirly & Fun & Fast Notes
Supplies Used
Stamp Sets: So Swirly Jumbo wheel and Fun & Fast Notes
Cardstock: Glorious Green, Real Red and Whisper White
Inks: Basic Black, Versamark
Accessories: Blender pen, Stampin' Pastels, Sponge Daubers, 2-way glue pen, dazzling diamonds (you could use KindyGlitz for a bit of sparkle).
Notes: Wheel the Jumbo "So Swirly" wheel on the versamark ink pad and wheel across the green card, reink on versarmark and wheel across strip of red card. Stamp Christmas tree image from "Fun & Fast Notes" onto whisper white cardstock. Colour with blender pen and Stampin' Pastels add a bit of sparkle and layer the card together as shown in image. A lovely quick and easy one when time is limited and yet is still looks impressive.

Saturday, 17 October 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 3

Week 3 - Lovely as a Tree (Card cased from Narelle Jones) I have added a few extra touches with a bit of bling and sponging.
Supplies Used

Stamp Sets: Lovely as a Tree, Short & Sweet, Soft Holly standard Wheel.
Cardstock: Handsome Hunter, Natural Ivory, Chocolate Chip
Inks: Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Versamark, Handsome Hunter standard ink cartridge.
Accessories: Standard wheel handle, Word Window punch, Slit punch, sponges, gold brads, gold embossing powder, Stampin' Dimentionals, heat tool.
Notes: This is a simple card that uses the very versatile "Lovely as a Tree" stamp set. I inked the trunks of the trees in Chocolate Chip ink and then the branches of the trees in Old Olive. I stamped the image once and then moved the stamp slightly to the right and without reinking stamped the image again (called "Repetition" stamping). I sponged the edges of the tree image with Old Olive. I nipped the 4 corners with the slit punch, layered the tree image on Chocolate Chip card with dimentionals. Stamped "Very Merry" in versamark and then gold embossed punched out with Word Window punch and attached to tree image. Then wheeled "Soft Holly" on Natural Ivory card and layered both pieces on the A5 Handsome Hunter cardstock as shown.

If you need any products to create this card, just contact me to place an order.

Enjoy! Wishing you a wonderful season of Joy.

"Close to my Heart" Sids & Kids Fundraiser

We (my team of fellow Stampin' Up demonstrators, front row: Jacinda,Kristen, Erin, Nicole back row: me, Alex & Liz) held our "Close to my Heart" Sids and Kids Fundraiser last night. It was a huge success, I'm sure everyone who attended enjoyed themselves. There were auctions of many items including Stampin Up products which Stampin Up had generously donated. There were raffles, guessing competitions, lovely supper and coffee to be enjoyed. Erin and Jacinda talked about Sids and Kids and their tragic experience of stillbirth (2 very brave ladies). Official count not yet done but unofficially we raised over $3000 to be donated to Sids and Kids.

Wednesday, 14 October 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas - Week 2

Week 2 - Tree Trimmings Card (Cased from Alisa Tilsner)
Stamp Sets: Tree Trimmings (Spring Mini Catalogue), Weathered Background, Many Merry Messages Cardstock: Whisper White, Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Parisian Breeze Speciality Designer Series Paper (Spring Mini Catalogue) Inks: Versamark, Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze Accessories: Gold Embossing Powder, Heating Tool, Gold Brads, Scallop Oval Punch, Large Oval Punch
Notes: This card is very simple and uses the Versamark Ink pad with the Gold Embossing powder. The background layer is Baja Breeze card and D/S paper. Just stamp the image on the Whisper White card, heat emboss with the Gold embossing powder and punch out with the large oval punch, layer on to the Baja Breeze scallop oval. Stamp weathered background onto a piece of Old Olive card, cut a strip of Chocolate Chip card and insert 3 gold brads. Assemble card as shown in photo. Stamp a festive message in Baja Breeze ink on the Baja Breeze cardstock.

If there are any products you need to create the project, just contact me to place your order.

Monday, 5 October 2009

12 Weeks of Christmas

Week 1 - Seasons of Joy Stamp set
Each week leading up to Christmas, I will send you a new project. You can alter the project in any way to accomodate the supplies you have on hand. Enjoy all the inspiration and excitement that this time of year brings. If there are any products you need to create the project, just contact me to place your order.
Card stock: Very vanilla, Silver Grey, Brocade Blue & Bella Bleu D/S paper
Ink: Brocade Blue
Accessories: Night of Navy 1/4" grosgrain ribbon, Heat n Stick Powder and Dazzling Diamonds.
Wishing you a wonderful season of Joy.

Lovely Oak Tree

Here is another card using "Lovely as a Tree" stamp set. This one is a little complex but the end result is lovely. I used the Old Oak tree from the stamp set, inked the trunk with "Chocolate Chip" and the tree branches with "Old Olive" I then used markers, "Always Artichoke and Handsome Hunter" to give the tree branches a little more colour. Once the imaged was stamped I then used my blender pen and "Old Olive and Chocolate Chip" ink to fill in the trunk and the tree branches. I sponged all the card layers with Chocolate Chip. Using the Weathered background stamp I stamped the Sage Shadow card stock. A little bit of paper piercing and "voila" another beautiful card from this very versatile stamp set.

Thursday, 1 October 2009

Lovely as a Tree

Lovely as a Tree stamp set would have to be one of my favourites. Here are 3 cards using this beautiful stamp set that I cased from Alisa Tilsner. At a recent workshop 5 ladies bought this set so I hope these cards give you some inspiration. If you would like to know how to do any of the techniques used in these cards, just let me know and I can organise a class.

October Promotion - World Card Making Day

World Card Making Day is 3 October, but Stampin' Up is celebrating all month long! From 1-31 October, when you purchase Rock Star or Flower Power Simply Sent Card Elements, you'll get 20% off the coordinating stamp set!
Flower Power Card Elements $30.95
"Wow Flowers" Stamp Set regular price $24.95 - 20% = $19.96
Rock Star Card Elements $30.95
"Starring You" Stamp set regular price $24.95 - 20% = $19.96
View your catalogue or the online catalogue to see the above Card Element and Stamp sets on pages 140 and 141. Call me on 0412 364 685 or send me an email if you'd like to order one these kits.

Saturday, 19 September 2009

Stamping with Bleach Technique

These are a couple of cards that I made using the "stamping with bleach" technique.
There are many different techniques that you can use to make your cards. If you'd like to learn a specific technique, drop me an email and we can discuss booking a workshop or class on the technique you'd like to learn.

Friday, 18 September 2009

Stamp-A-Stack Saturday 26th September 2pm

I still have a couple of spaces left in the Stamp-a-Stack on the 26th September. Here is a sneak peek at the cards we will be making. Drop me an email or phone me to book your place. Cost is $15 p/p, you will make 8 cards including envelopes (2 of each of the cards above). All materials provided.

Friday, 4 September 2009

Polished-Stone Technique

This is a lovely technique that I "cased" from Alisa Tilsner. The Daffodil stamp is not from Stampin' Up but I was playing with it recently because it was Daffodil Day. The fern stamp is Stampin' Up and it is from the Hostess Set "Organic Grace". This is one of the techniques that I can teach in my technique classes. I have used the new "So Saffron" ribbon from the September Ribbon Bundle promotion on the fern leaf card.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Ribbon Bundle Promotion

Free Ribbon, who wouldn't want it, especially when it looks like this, and there's over 18 metres of it!
From 1-30 September, you can get an exclusive Ribbon Bundle* FREE when you spend $100 on any Stampin' Up! products or host a $600 workshop.
*Ribbon bundle includes 9.1 metres each Certainly Celery 5/8" poly-twill ribbon and So Saffron 5/8" grosgrain ribbon.
Both of these ribbons aren't in our catalogue, so this will be your only opportunity to get them. Let me know if you "need" to order a few bits and pieces so you can take part in this great offer or if you would like to book a workshop.

Sunday, 30 August 2009

"Voila" Chef

I received the "Voila" stamp set for free by doing a certain amount of sales in the months of June and July. Stampin' Up have great promotions and this promotion was extended to hostesses as well. Keep an eye out for Stampin' Ups next promotion starting on the 1st September. My little Chef is one of my latest creations, I just love him. There hasn't been a lot of creativity going on this week as my son was swimming at Homebush on Saturday and Sunday in NSW State Age Champs. He swam really well and did pb's in his 3 events which he deserved as he has put a lot of hard work and effort in to all his training. For me, it is hard to create and be at Homebush at the same time but Homebush was where I wanted to be this weekend. Hopefully I will be able to do some more creativity this week.

Sunday, 23 August 2009

Stitches n' Craft Show - Rosehill Racecourse

On Saturday my daughter and I went down to the Stitches n' Craft Show at Rosehill Racecourse. We had a great day checking out all the craft stands. It was very crowded but we managed to make some good purchases and have fun. It was wonderful spending the day with my girl who is just as interested in stamping and cardmaking as I am. We stopped by the Stampin' Up stand and Olivia was able to do a "make and take". Here is Olivia's card that she made. She did such a good job with it and it took her all of 3 minutes to make. I am going to add this card into my range of Stamp-a-Stacks. Thanks Livy and the ladies on the Stampin' Up stand at the show.

Father's Day Card - "Sense of Time"

"Sense of Time" stamp set from the Spring Mini Catalogue has been getting a workout from me.
I made this card for my Dad for Father's Day.
I used "Baja Breeze" A5 card, "Parisian Breeze" Specialty D/S Paper (from the Spring Mini Catalogue), "Going Grey"and "Chocolate Chip" cardstock. I silver embossed the clock face and the quote. A little 5/8" "Baja Breeze" striped grosgrain ribbon and some silver brads to complete the card.

Double Pocket Bag

This little Double Pocket Bag is perfect for anyone. Fill with cards or chocolate - whatever you can fit in it. I used "Sweet Always" D/S Paper and "Always" stamp set, "Pumpkin Pie" 1/4" grosgrain ribbon for the handles and a touch of "Chocolate Chip" 5/8" grosgrain ribbon to complete the bag.

Diagonal Double Pocket Cards

These are great cards that you can make out of one sheet of patterned paper. I used "Haiku" D/S Paper and "Sense of Time" stamp set. The inserts can be used as bookmarks. I added some Hodgepodge Hardware for an extra bit of "embelishing".

Flower Pot Pocket Card

This is a fun card. Send a friend some
flowers that won't wilt or fade.
Here I used D/S paper
"Sweet Always".
Stamp sets "Oval All"
and "Friends 24/7".
Punches: Scallop circle,
large oval and Scallop Oval.

Sunday, 16 August 2009

Lovely as a Tree

My hairdresser Lynda from "Hair to Impress" asked me to make a card for her Dad's 80th birthday. This is the card that I made. I used the "Cracked Glass Technique" on the old oak tree from the "Lovely as a Tree" stamp set. I think this card has a weathered and aged look and with some vintage brads and a bit of "chocolate chip ribbon" it looks quite masculine. The oak tree to me represents age and wisdom. Perfect for an 80th birthday card. I hope Lynda's Dad liked it!

Spring Mini Catalogue Launch Night

On 31st July 4 other demonstrators and myself had our Spring Mini Catalogue Launch night.It was a great night with loads of prizes, coffee and cakes. Everyone who attended made 3 projects with new products featured in the Spring Mini Catalogue. If you'd like to see a Spring Mini Catalogue, click on the Spring Mini Catalogue picture in the side bar of my blog or email me and I will post one out to you.

Lunch Tin, Pen Tin & Post-It Note Holder

For these 3 projects I used SU Designer Series papers, Bella Rose, Bella Bleu and Urban Garden. The DS papers are beautiful to use and give your projects wonderful colour.

Upsy Daisy & Friends 24-7 Stamp Sets

These are 2 of my favourite stamp sets. I received them for my birthday in June. Upsy Daisy from my sister and Friends 24-7 from my Mum and Dad (they know how addicted I am to my stamping). The Upsy Daisy card I coloured with SU markers then misted the stamp with a water mister stamped image onto cardstock. I then used the SU spritzer tool to give it the "Spritzed" look. A little bit of ribbon, sponging and eyelet border punch and it has become one of my favourite cards.