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Another fun use for your Stamparatus

Before Christmas, Stampin’ Up! gave customers and Demonstrators the chance to pre-order Stampin’ Up’s new Stamparatus tool. This is an amazing new stamp placement tool that we can use for quick stamping, batch stamping and two-step stamping.  Sounds good doesn’t it?  Well guess what? I found another use for the clear plate! I’ve always loved […]

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Friendship Card – and a Top Tip

When I saw the Friendship’s Sweetest Thoughts set from Stampin’ Up! I fell in love.  It reminds me of a Parisian scene with a flower cart and ornate bench, plus the greetings are beautiful too.  One of my recent makes was using the Stitched Shape Framelit Square dies to make a rectangle and I thought […]

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Heat Embossing Joy

If you’ve been stamping for a while, or new to crafting but want to get stuck in to the fun stuff, the Hello Friend Heat Embossing Project Kit is for you.  It’s not an all-inclusive kit, so you need some extra tools, but it’s tools that you will use over and over again.  On top […]

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Bath Salts – Make Your Own

I’ve long thought about making a bath salts gift and have recently had the perfect opportunity.  Since August I have been collaborating with Bloom & Wild and scattering their beautiful flowers throughout my Instagram gallery.  (Bloom & Wild send bouquets of flowers and plants by post, they fit through your letterbox.)  I thought I could preserve […]

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Sneak peeks of some new Stampin’ Up! items

One of the many perks of going to On Stage in Amsterdam was the chance to pre-order new Stampin’ Up! items ahead of their release.  This gives us a chance to design and create before the catalogue goes live, but also just to have the joy of crafting with new things! I always surprise myself […]

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How to make a Speckled Background on Cards

I have an amazing watercolour technique to show you today – how to make a speckled background on cards. This was first shown to me by one of my Stampin’ Up! team Rachel MacLeod, and it’s absolutely brilliant both to try and the finished look! How to make a speckled background on cards Here’s what […]

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