Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Introducing the STAMPERATUS





I am so excited about the launch of the new Stampin' Up! stamping tool the STAMPARATUS. I saw it at #OnStage2017 and it will change the way you stamp! 

There is simply nothing like it on the market. It includes a magnetic base with non slip feet and two strong magnets, stored on the base. The rulers and gridlines help with quick measuring and two sides are open for stamping on larger cardstock. There are TWO (yes 2) clear plates that are hinged and reversible so there are FOUR (yes 4) stamping surfaces, it can be used with both red rubber and photopolymer stamps and there is a foam mat to use with photopolymer stamps.
This innovative design makes multiples with ease, giving a consistent clear stamped image and if you don't get a clean impression first time just apply more ink and re-stamp - no need to start again. Easily create 2, 3 and 4 step images with the reversible plates.
So how do you get one?  Stampin' Up! are testing a new reservation system. You reserve your Stamparatus and get guarantee shipment as soon as the product arrives in the warehouse.

The global launch features three reservation windows. For each window, reservation quantities are while stock lasts. There is a limit of 1 tool per customer per reservation window but you can participate in multiple reservation windows if you want more!

RESERVATION WINDOWS          AVAILABLE TO SHIP

16–30 November 2017                    Approx. 1 February 2018
5–30 December 2017                       Approx. 19 March 2018
15–30 January 2018                         Approx. 15 April 2018

I hope you're as excited about this new tool as I am and want to be one of the first to get your hands on one so be ready to reserve yours, I know I will be!! 


Click here to go to my on-line store (do you love the new look website?  I do!!!) or contact me at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com for more information on how to reserve your Stamparatus.

As always thanks for stopping by.


LynnieC
xxxxxxx

Sunday, 12 November 2017

Swaps for #OnStage2017 local in Solihull

Hi folks

This weekend demonstrators from all over the UK will be attending a Stampin' Up! OnStage local event in Solihull.

It was an exclusive event for Stampin' Up! demonstrators and offers an inspiring agenda bursting with creativity, we get sneak peeks, the opportunity to craft with new products, training and the chance to celebrate achievers.

I joined the SU family in October 2015 so this will be my second OnStage. Last year inspired me to start this blog, have classes / workshops and create my YouTube Channel. Crafting is a passion (or therapy lol) and becoming a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and having the opportunity to start my own little crafting business has been one of the best decisions I've ever made! If you want to learn more, get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com so we can have a chat about it.

It is customary to swap! What is that I hear you ask! Swapping helps us share our creativity, appreciate the creativity of others and collect ideas. A card front, a 3D project, simple or complex it is entirely up to us as long as we use items from the current catalogues. It is a great way to meet new friends, get new ideas and have some fun. 

Last year I made these cute little boxes with belly bands, which held 4 fridge magnets using clear pebbles with In-Colour Designer Series Paper.  I punched out  circles with the words Create, Inspire and Share from the DSP and glued them to the bottom of each pebble before adding the magnets. The last one was flowers. I thought it was clever!

This year I've made tea bag holders using the Envelope Punch Board. I used two 12 x 12 " sheets of each colour of the latest In-Color Fresh Florals DSP and the new Label Me Pretty bundle.

I hope everyone I swap with liked them! They can even re-use the envelope on another project if they want to as there's no glue.

They are fairly quick and easy to make you can get four out of each sheet of DSP - cut down to 5" x 5" from the spare you can get the strips for the belly bands.

Using the envelope punch board punch to make a little envelope which neatly fits a tea bag and a little belly and 





Here's a quick video showing you how I made these little envelopes.



I will show you the wonderful swaps I got in the week.

Click here to go straight to my Stampin’ Up On-line store if you want to see all the amazing products you can buy but be careful, once you get the crafting bug it can become addictive!

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C

xxxxxx

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Lovely as a Tree Christmas cards

Hi Friends

Another quick post today sharing cards made with one of the original stamp sets from Stampin' Up! - Lovely as a Tree. I believe it's been in every catalogue since 2001 and is a firm favourite of mine used throughout the year.

I'm sure this design has been done before but I like it because it's quick and easy using minimal supplies so an ideal one for anyone wanting to mass produce cards.


Supplies used -

Old Olive card stock (#106576) cut in half and scored at 10.5cm to make 2 x A6 card bases
Very Vanilla card stock (#106550) 10cm x 14.3cm panels - 4 from 1 sheet of cardstock
Very Vanilla C6 envelopes (#106589)
Old Olive Classic Stampin Ink (#126953)
Lovely as a Tree wood mounted stamp set (#128655)
Teeny Tiny Sentiments wood mounted stamp set (#130042)
Dazzling Diamonds Stampin' Glitter (#133751)
Fine-Tip Glue pen (#138309)
Multipurpose Liquid Glue (#110755)
Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430)



There's a quick tutorial for you to watch on my YouTube channel -


Just click on the highlighted links above and you’ll go straight to the products I've used in my Stampin’ Up On-line store, or click here.  

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C

xxxxxxx

Monday, 6 November 2017

Stunning heat embossed card


Hello my crafting friends

I'm back with a lovely project today showcasing one of my favourite techniques; Heat Embossing - the way embossing powder melts when heated still seems like magic to me!

Products used:-

A6 Thick Whisper White card base (#140490)
Matting Layers in Smoky Slate (#131291) - 14.5cm x 10cm and 10.5cm x 5.5cm
Matting Layers in Elegant Eggplant ( #108614) - 14 cm x 9.5cm and 10cm x 5cm
Wood Words Clear Mount Stamp Set (#143928)
Inks - Versamark (#126969); Elegant Eggplant Classic Stampin' Ink (#126969)
Silver Stampin' Emboss Powder (#109131)
3/8" Metallic-Edge Ribbon - Silver (#144213)
Multipurpose liquid glue (#110755)
Mini Glue Dots (#103683)
Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430)

Here's a tutorial on my YouTube channel - please hit the SUBSCRIBE button so you don't miss any future video's.


Just click on the highlighted links above and you’ll go straight to the products in my Stampin’ Up On-line store, or click here

If you have any questions, live in or near West Sussex and would like to come to a class/workshop or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C
xxxxxxx

Sunday, 24 September 2017

It has been a while .....

A quick post today to share a couple of special cards that I've made recently for friends .....


Here is a special card for a dear friend to help her celebrate a "big" birthday - I used an 8" x 8" card base and the Daisy Delight and Butterfly Basics stamp sets by Stampin' Up! using Dapper Denim and Garden Green classic ink pads and Large Number Framelits using some of the Bermuda Bay Glimmer paper left over from SAB for the numbers.

This is such a lovely layout and my friend loved her card.


The next cards are for another dear friend who celebrated her 1st wedding anniversary today. I love how the cards turned out and so did she!

The first uses the Hardwood background stamp, one of the Sweet & Sassy framelits. I used the retired Itty Bitty flower punch and the So in Love stamp set for the sentiment.  The second card uses Number of Years and Bloomin Love stamp sets and Layering Oval framelits. The sentiment on the inside of the card is from the Flourishing Phrases stamp set.


That's all for now! Click here if you'd like to browse round my Stampin’ Up On-line store,

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or host an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.
As always, thanks for popping by.

LynnieC
xxxxxxx

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Flower Shop and Butterfly Basics - classic stamp sets from Stampin' Up!

The first stamp set I bought when I became a UK Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator was Flower Shop Wood-Mount Stamp Set which has a matching Pansy Punch.  There are six lovely flower stamps in the set and I love them all.

Here is another card we made at my card classes last week.


Supplies:-

Melon Mambo cardstock
Whisper White cardstock
Vellum Cardstock
Flower Shop Wood-Mount Stamp Set
Butterfly Basics Photopolymer Stamp Set
Versamark pad
Brights Stampin' Write Markers
Old Olive Classic Stampin' pad
White Stampin' Emboss Powder
Pansy Punch
Pretty Label punch
Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Stampin' Dimensionals
Pearl basic Jewels

At first it was a real challenge to line up the stamped flowers with the punch but after watching a YouTube video and speaking to my lovely Up-Line, Victoria, she helped me work out how to mark the wooden blocks to make it easy peasy to stamp and line up every time. You can see how I marked up my blocks below.

I have lots of other examples but I won't show them to you now as I'm trying to keep my posts shorter - hahaha! I will just share a couple of 3D frames I've made where I've used Flower Shop.


This frame was made back in 2015 when I became a demonstrator with a couple of other sets that retired earlier this year. I still have Flowering Flourishes, Petite Petals and Papillon Potpourri on my shelf to play with when I get nostalgic!

The words are made up with Scrabble letters and is the Stampin' Up! tagline INSPIRE. CREATE. SHARE. which is something I try to remember when I'm struggling with my creative mojo. 

The frame now hangs on the wall in my craft space so I can see it as I create, video, prep for class etc and I'm really pleased with it not least because it makes me realise how far I've come if that makes sense?




This frame was made for my best friend's birthday last year.  I made all the flowers dimensional. I punched several flowers, wet and scrunched them up and then let them dry before layering them.

I didn't take any photos when I  made the frame so think that is something I will do one of these days so I can share what they look like.



Just click on the highlighted links above to go straight to the products in my Stampin’ Up! On-line store, or click on the following link if you want to browse.

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C
xxxxxx

Monday, 14 August 2017

Beautiful You by Stampin' Up!

I fell in love with the Beautiful You Clear- Mount stamp set when I saw it at my first Stampin' Up On Stage in November last year.

I especially like the sentiment "Life may not be the party we had hoped for, but while we're here, we might as well dance." The whole stamp set has an artistic feel with lots of lovely sentiments in a lovely font and is, in my humble opinion, a must have set.

This simple card is one we made at my card class last week.


The sentiment and lady were stamped using Tuxedo Black Momento Ink Pad, on Crumb Cake cardstock and colour added with several of the Watercolour Pencils. As I love a bit of sparkle, who doesn't, I used the Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Brush on the dress and hat.

The stamped matting layer is cut at 10 x 14.3cm and is added to a standard A6 Crumb Cake card base.

To add a bit of interest, I decided to round the corners on the right hand side of the card base and matting layer using a We Are Memory Keepers Corner Chomper. I like to do this as it adds something a little different. The inside sentiment is again stamped in Momento ink on to a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock cut to 10 x 14.3cm.

Here are two other cards made using this wonderful stamp set. I'm sure you've seen lots of other examples. I know I will enjoy using this set for years to come.


You can click on the highlighted links above and you will be taken directly to the products in my Stampin’ Up On-line store, or click on the following link for a general browse.

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C
xxxxxxx

Saturday, 12 August 2017

Get Well card - Emboss Resist Technique

Happy Saturday folks

I've been a busy bee this week running two card classes. I had four ladies come to class on Thursday evening and one this morning. I was a little nervous about Thursday evening as I had never met three of the ladies but there was no need to fret as they were all absolutely lovely.

I worried about overwhelming my new ladies, because we used four different stamp sets, velum cardstock, designer series paper, watercolour pencils, DSP as well as dry and heat embossing. One lady had never done any cardmaking before but I can honestly say everyone did an amazing job!

My video today shows one of the cards we made using the Hopeful Thoughts Clear Mount Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!


Supplies
Whisper White Thick Cardstock measuring 21 x 14.8cm scored at 10.5cm
Whisper White cardstock measuring 10 x 14.3 cm for matting layer plus scrap for sentiment
Hopeful Thoughts Clear Mount Stamp Set
Embossing Buddy
Clear Stampin' Emboss Powder
Versamark
Powder Pink Classic Stampin' Pad
Fresh Fig Classic Stampin' Pad
Iridescent Sequin Assortment
Banner Triple Punch
Simply Scored
Heat Tool
Stampin' Dimensionals
Multipurpose Liquid Glue

Rub embossing buddy across cardstock. Stamp image twice down the left hand side of cardstock in Versamark. Pour embossing powder over the stamped images and tap off excess to pour back into container. Heat with a heat tool until it melts / turns glossy. Add ink using a sponge dauber. Create a border by dry embossing two lines on each edge of the cardstock using the Simply Scored tool. Stamp sentiment in Versamark and cover with embossing powder. Heat emboss and add ink as above. Trim to required size and add with dimensionals. Adhere sequins as required. The sentiment inside is stamped in Fresh Fig.  Such a pretty card don't you think?



Here are all the cards we made at class.


Over the next few days, I'll post details.

Just click on the highlighted links above if you want to look at the products used in my Stampin’ Up On-line store, or click on the following link.

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C
xxxxxxx

Sunday, 6 August 2017

Blooms and Wishes with 2017-19 In-Colours !!

Hi folks

I will show you the rest of the cards from the all-inclusive Soft Sayings Card Kit but today I wanted to share a couple of cards made using Blooms & Wishes stamps, I'm so glad this set carried over from our last annual catalogue as it is one of my favourites - I feel like I say that with every stamp set but doesn't every lady love flowers!

Both are CAS cards - clean and simple!

The first is inspired by the card on page 23 of our current annual catalogue - I just updated the colours, added some embellishments and a sentiment from the Flourishing Phrases stamp set using the new Pretty Label punch (but in all honesty I only added the sentiment to cover a smudge!)


Supply list:-

Blooms & Wishes Photopolymer stamp set
Tempting Turquoise cardstock base cut at 14.8 x 21cm scored at 10.5cm
Whisper White cardstock cut at 14.3 x 10cm
Classic Stampin' Pads in Tempting Turquoise, Flirty Flamingo, Fresh Fig, Berry Burst and Old Olive
Flirty Flamingo Baker's Twine
Flourishing Phrases Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Pretty Label Punch
2" (5.1cm) Circle Punch
White Perfect Accents
Pearl Basic Jewels
Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Brush
Stampin' Dimensionals

For the second card, I masked off an area with a strip of sticky note before stamping the smaller images from the stamp set. To finish off I heat embossed a sentiment from Dragonfly Dreams stamp set in silver embossing powder, added a few embellishments and a bit of glitter using clear Wink of Stella.

Supply list:-

Blooms & Wishes Photopolymer stamp set
Whisper White cardstock base cut at 29.7 x 10.5cm scored at 14.8cm and a matting layer cut at 14.3 x 10cm
Classic Stampin' Pads in Fresh Fig, Berry Burst, Powder Pink and Lemon Lime Twist
Dragonfly Dreams Photopolymer Stamp Set
Versamark Pad
Silver Stampin' Embossing Powder
White Perfect Accents
Rhinestone Basic Jewels
Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Brush

Here's a quick video tutorial showing you how I made the second card - if you enjoy it please leave a comment below and subscribe to my YouTube channel or sign up by email to follow my blog.


Just click on the highlighted links above if you want to look at any of the products in my Stampin’ Up On-line store, or click on the following link to go directly to my store and have a look at all the gorgeous products. It is really easy to place an order - I would love to be your demonstrator!

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by and see you again soon.

Lynnie C
xxxxxxx

Thursday, 3 August 2017

4 cards from the Soft Sayings Card Kit from Stampin' Up!

Hi folks

Hope your weeks are going well so far.

As promised, I wanted to share with you some of the cards that come in the amazing Soft Sayings Card Kit from Stampin' Up!


The kit comes with instructions for assembly with photo's which I've followed as closely as I can. I separated all the elements so assembling the cards was fairly quick and easy. All I needed to add from my stash of craft supplies was my favourite liquid glue! Here are close ups which show the gorgeous gold glimmer elements.





I've also uploaded a video on my YouTube channel - 273 followers - how amazing is that!


If you're reading this please subscribe to my channel and you can also check out and like my Facebook page @LynnieCDesigns.

If you'd like to have a browse round my Stampin' Up! On-line store, please click on the following link.

If you have any questions, would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C

Xxxxxxx

Saturday, 29 July 2017

A quick introduction to the Soft Sayings Card Kit from Stampin' Up!

Hi friends

Something a little different from me today. I wanted to share a quick video introducing one of the amazing card kits from Stampin' Up!

The Soft Sayings All-Inclusive Card Kit is fantastic value at £31.50, which makes it easy to create a stack of cards with this all-inclusive kit. It comes with everything you need to make 20 cards - 2 each of 10 designs. The kit includes the Soft Sayings Stamp Set, which has 15 photopolymer stamps, a clear stamp block, 20 card bases (in 3 different sizes) plus co-ordinating printed envelopes. There are some lovely die-cut accents, a Stampin' Spot, some Bakers's Twine, washi tape, Stampin' Dimensionals and a gorgeous giftable kraft box.

Just add your choice of adhesive and you are ready to go. There also very clear instructions so you can make the suggested cards or you can use the elements to create your own designs!


You can even buy a refill for £19.00 so you can make another 20 cards using the stamp set and ink from the original kit.  I just love it!

Over the coming week I will show  how quick and simple it is to make the cards from the kit as well as my own.

Just click on the highlighted links if you'd like to look at the products on-line at my Stampin' Up! On-line store.

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C

Xxxxxxx

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Quick tip to Straighten Ribbon and 6 One Sheet Wonder cards

Morning folks

I've been giggle to myself because not only did I make my video public by mistake when I uploaded it last night but when I watched it this morning I realised I'd only painted the nails on my left hand !!

So the video is slightly different from my usual card making ones because although I show you some of my recent makes, it starts with a quick tip. You can watch it below - I'd love to know what you think!


I needed to make some thank you cards and thought I'd try a One Sheet Wonder so I could use some of the new DSP. They can be complicated but this is what I came up with. The cards are simple and quick to make.

I made a set of 6 cards using 3 sheets of Whisper White card stock, 1 sheet of 12" x 12" DSP, half a sheet of  matching card stock and Whisper White card stock for embellishments plus some ribbon, basic rhinestones and liquid glue.

The card bases are half a sheet of A4 either landscape or portrait and scored in the middle. I then cut a sheet of Fresh Florals Designer Series Paper Stack at 14.3 cm and 28.6 cm and cut those down to 10 cm wide - I've tried to show what I did below on some retired DSP:-


I used a panel of DSP on each card. There are so many different designs you can come up with here is the set I made using the Berry Burst paper, card stock, ink and ribbon.


I also used  Label Me Pretty Clear Mount BundleStitched Shape Framelits and Butterflies Thinlits Dies. As I needed thank you cards, I used a sentiment from the Fabulous Flamingo Photopolymer Stamp Set. The cards are finished off with a few Rhinestone Basic Jewels.


Here 's the set made using Lemon Lime Twist paper, card stock, ink and ribbon. The layouts are a little different - there are so many different options!



On these cards I also used Bold Butterfly Framelits and the Decorative Ribbon Punch.

Just click on the highlighted links if you want to look at those products on-line at my Stampin' Up! On-line store. 

If you have any questions, would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C
xxxxxxx



Saturday, 22 July 2017

Do you struggle with Sympathy cards?

Happy Saturday!

I'm a little late posting again - sorry about that. This week has been a little hectic with my day job taking priority, which is only right.

Luckily, I also found time to do some crafting .... I try to be creative every day even if it's only cooking dinner! I also managed to learn how to add some social media icon's to my blog (still a few to go) and how to create a wifi hot spot from my mobile phone - I'm quietly chuffed with myself lol!!

Today I wanted to share some simple and elegant sympathy cards made using the versatile Flourish Phrases clear mount stamp set from Stampin' Up! I often struggle to make sympathy cards - I try to keep them clean and simple and with this stamp set that's easy.





All four cards are made with Whisper White and Crumb Cake cardstock (standard A6 card bases, which is half a sheet of A4, either landscape or portrait). I used Crumb Cake Classic Stampin' Pad to stamp the images on each of the cards, either full strength or stamped off once. I, of course, stamped envelopes to match the cards. 



I made a quick YouTube video tutorial for the last card.

Supplies used;-

Top folding Crumb Cake A6 card base - 10.5 x 29.7m scored at 14.85cm
Whisper White matting layer - 10 x 14.45cm
Whisper White strip for the sentiment - 3.81 x 9 cm
Crumb Cake Classic Stampin' Pad
Blushing Bride Stampin' Write Marker
Banner Triple Punch
Blender Pen - they come in a pack of 3 which is great value!
Stamping Sponge
Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Stampin Dimensionals

You can watch the video below:-


Just click on the highlighted links above if you want to look at the products used on-line or want to browse round my Stampin' Up! On-line store, you can click here

I would love to know what you think so please leave me a comment if you have time.

If you have any questions, live near West Sussex and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C

Xxxxxxx




Wednesday, 19 July 2017

It really is Fabulous Flamingo!!

Hi folks

I'm sorry my post is a little later than usual - I know I've said it before but I don't know where the time goes!  I've been working on my blog - there's still a way to go as the tabs don't work properly but it's getting there!

Today I wanted to share a clean and simple single layer card using the Fabulous Flamingo photopolymer stamp set from Stampin' Up! (Sorry about the quality of the pics - it is shocking!)

I just love the images and the way you can create a scene really quickly. I did use one of the stamps from the Timeless Textures wood mounted stamp set to create the sandbank but other than that I've only used the one stamp set.

I usually try to limit the colours of ink I use for a card but this one just cries out for lot of colours - it feels tropical, don't you think?



Supplies used; A6 Whisper White card base with a matting layer of Whisper White; Classic Ink pads in Flirty Flamingo, Powder Pink, Bermuda Bay, Crumb Cake and three of the new In-Colours Powder Pink, Tranquil Tide and Lemon Lime Twist.

To slightly step up the card, I cut down the stamped panel to 7 x 14.85 cm and added a strip of Flirty Flamingo card stock to either side. Before adhering the panel to the card base, I stamped the leaves in Crumb Cake to create a background on a A6 Crumb Cake card base. To finish off I added three sequins from the Iridescent Sequin Assortment pack.



For the final version, the extra elements are using the Layered Leaves Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder on the Crumb Cake card base, adding some  Flirty Flamingo Bakers Twine to the bottom of the card base, When I make the card again, I think I'll pop up the panel onto dimensionals and tie the bakers twine just around the panel. I also added some Clear Wink of Stella to the flamingo to add a bit of sparkle.

Here are all three cards together - I love them all (but then I am biased). Which is your favourite?



I made a quick tutorial for the first card which you can see below. I'm so grateful to everyone that has subscribed to my YouTube channel and hope I can keep growing my audience and sharing my passion for card making.

Just click on the highlighted links above if you want to look at those products on-line at my Stampin' Up! shop.

I really hope you enjoy these projects so leave me a comment if you have time.

If you have any questions, live in South East of England and would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com and you can now sign up to my blog so you receive an email every time I post something here.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C
xxxxxxx

Saturday, 15 July 2017

Pretty gift box for Daisy Delight cards

Hello there

I hope you've all had a wonderful week.

As promised, I'm sharing with you today a quick video of a flip top box which comfortably fits 5 standard A6 cards and envelopes.



Supplies :-

Blushing Bride cardstock measuring 8" x 11 3/4" for box
Whisper White cardstock measure 2" x 5 3/4" for gift card
Whisper White cardstock scrap for 2 x punched daisies an
Blushing Bride scrap for 1/2" circle
Sweet Sugarplum glitter ribbon (retired)
Blushing Bride classic ink pad
Sweet Sugarplum classic ink pad
Daisy Delight photopolymer stamp set
Teeny Tiny Sentiments Wood Mount Stamp set

Stamp cardstock with the daisy and centre stamps
Score on long side at 2 1/2", 3 1/4", 7 7/8" and 8 5/8"
Score on short side 3/4" turn 180 degrees and score again at 3/4"

Click below to watch my video tutorial on my YouTube channel - bloopers left in:-


I hope you enjoy this project - it is my first 3d video so I'd love to hear what you think? 

If you'd like to rowse round my Stampin' Up! On-line store, please click the link .

If you have any questions, would like to come to a class or hold an event please get in touch at lynniecdesigns@gmail.com.

As always, thanks for popping by.

Lynnie C

Xxxxxxx