Posted by: pinkcards | April 27, 2009

Stampin’ Up! class

Hi Very quickly I just want to show you what I made while at a stampin’ up! class Friday evening. Helen who is my stampin’ up! mum held a class on Friday eve, so i went along (I have been toothers in the past that Helen has held), and just look what we made……. I am so pleased with myself and had lots of fun with some lovely ladies.

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Posted by: pinkcards | April 27, 2009

Papertake Weekly

Over at Papertake weekly they have set the next their next challenge.

“Onto this weeks challenge which is to use spots and stripes on your project – I’ve had a few emails recently about the challenge so just wanted to let everyone know – you can make anything you like for the PTW challenge so yes to all scrapbook pages and altered items! lol 🙂 We love seeing all the creations!”

I have made a stepper box, I found out how to do this while lurking over at ILWS . It took some time to do and its not perfect, but had fun making it. So the paper is spots… and the ribbon i have made into stripes!!

I have used papers from Stampin’ Up! Pretty in pink and blush blossom card stock and designer paper from sweet always. The ribbon was in my stash.

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Posted by: pinkcards | April 26, 2009

Stamp With us … recipe Challenge

Well over at Stamp With us they have set challenge #4. This time it is a recipe one.

You will need 1 piece of ribbon, 2 patterned paper and 4 brads.

Remember you need to include some Stampin’ Up! product here is my attempt at this great challenge.

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I have used just a few things from Stampin’ Up!

Fun & Fast notes – stamps. Green Galore and Only Orange –  card stock.              White grossgrain ribbon.    Silver brads.                             Rainbow Sherbet – Designer paper.                       Stampin’ dimensions – used to raise the stamped image.

Posted by: pinkcards | April 20, 2009

Stamp with us challenge #3

Over at Stamp With Us they have set their next challenge. It’s a colour challenge and it’s Chocolate. It’s one of my favourite colours.

I have created something simple. I have used the stampin’ dimensionals to raise the sentiment.

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I used chocolate chip card stock and whisper white to stamp the image and sentiment on. The stamp used is from level one hostess set called ‘A little bit of happiness’  I punched a flower out of whisper white and a smaller one for the middle. The bottom of the card was punched with a scalloped edge punch.

Posted by: pinkcards | April 17, 2009

Stamp With Us challenge

Over at Stamp With Us they have their next challenge. The challenges are set every sunday, so I am a bit late popping this one on my blog. This week its Birthdays. They would like you to make a birthday card. So here is my card for this challenge.

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Colourways:- pumpkin pie, green galore.  Sweet Aways designer papers.  Crazy for cupcakes and Circle of Friendship stamp sets.  White grossgrain ribbon which I dyed myself to match the green galore card stock. ( Please note when you decide to dye your own ribbon WAIT for it to dry completely)

Posted by: pinkcards | April 15, 2009

Anyone for a cupcake?

Well I do love playing with the Crazy for Cupcake stamps. Last night I made this card using the cake stand of cupcakes.

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I also used… Cheers and Wishes sentiments. Whisper white, pretty pink and chocolate chip card stock.  Black stazon and choclate chip ink.  The patterned papers are from sweet always set of designer papers.  The image is raised with stampin’ dimensionals.  With a scalloped edge chocolate chip card stock under it.

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Posted by: pinkcards | April 15, 2009

Stampin’ Up! Layout

I have had a go at creating a layout with all Stampin’ Up! products. Igot carried away with the stamp sets… I used 3 of them.

Pocket silhouettes, Garden Whimsy and A tree for all seasons.

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I used two sheets of A4 paper to make the just under 12×12 size that I needed. The circle was cut free hand after using to plates to draw round and get the right size. I inked the edges with Chocolate Chip ink, as I did with the edges of the photo. What is great is that I was able to stamp with the inks on my photo as well.

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Posted by: pinkcards | April 15, 2009

One layer card

Here is my attempt of a one layer card. All products used are from Stampin’ Up!

The tulip flower is from the Garden Whimsy collection.The sentiment from Cheers and Wishes The card is whisper white, inks green galore and real red from bold brights. Card stock green galore and white grossgrain ribbon. I used a Stampin’ around wheel called ‘it’s beautiful’ for the background.

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Posted by: pinkcards | April 6, 2009

Stamp With Us challenge

Over at Stamp With Us they have started a challenge.   I would pop over and have a look at what exciting things the girls have done and are planning.
But back to the challenge for this week. It is a sketch and a lovely one too.
My card has been created with green galore and tempting turquoise card stock from the bold brights. Pretty in Pink from soft subtles.
The patterned paper from rainbow sherbet designer paper. The image is from crazy for cupcakes, the cupcake had a candle in it but I managed to ink around it so I left the candle out.
The cherry ontop is from the Tart & Tangy. For the scalloped edge I used the punch.

Posted by: pinkcards | March 15, 2009

Hello

Hi and welcome to my new blog. This is all about me and my world of stampin’ up! in West Sussex.

I am an independant demonstrator of stampin’ up! products and am hoping to show you ideas and projects using Stampin’ up! products.

So watch this space and Happy Crafting x

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