Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Don't mention the war!

...either of them?

I promised you some pictures of my trip to Belgium and Holland. Whilst in Belgium we visited sites on the Messines Ridge where the Allies tunnelled under the German line and filled the mines with explosives... the explosions could be heard as far away as Ireland. - Give it a Google to read more.

We also visited some of the cemeteries - it was an emotional and humbling experience, compounded by visiting the Menin Gate to place a wreath in memory of the fallen who were never found.

Can you believe nearly 100 years on there is a ceremony every day... I hope there still will be in another 100 years!

The following day we visited the 'In Flanders Fields Museum'. Absolutely amazing and can you believe we actually climbed to the top of the tower - it reminded me of climbing the Duomo in Florence... but not quite as high! Though for someone who is not keen on heights I was proud of myself!

We also visited Tyne Cot cemetery... "Tyne Cot Cemetery is the resting place of 11,954 soldiers of the Commonwealth Forces. This is the largest number of burials contained in any Commonwealth cemetery of either the First or Second World War. It is the largest Commonwealth military cemetery in the world. (http://www.greatwar.co.uk/ypres-salient/cemetery-tyne-cot.htm)"

What is amazing is that bodies are still being found, and identified, to this day and are interned in their rightful places in the cemeteries... three were recently buried at Tyne Cot.

We visited so many places on this trip that I couldn't possibly mention them all... but from Ypres we went on to Eindhoven and began our tour of Operation Market Garden. We were fortunate enough to have 3 subject matter experts on the tour and they were able to give us a wealth of information and insight, did I say what an amazing trip it was? 

We visited many of the bridges targeted in Op market Garden - if you haven't seen it - watch A Bridge Too Far - basically it summarises everything we saw! 

This bridge was my favourite at Grave - it made me think of the Rainbow Bridge Poem... and seemed quite fitting that it should!

Whilst we were there the curator of some of the site came over and offered to open up the Dutch bunker so we could see inside - it was a mini museum in itself... apparently you can tell the Dutch bunkers as they are square. This was built in 1936.

It looked out across the river in the direction the Germans would have come from had they invaded... little did they know then what was to happen a few years down the line!

And finally this is a picture of one of the landing sites for the paratroopers... you can see why it was selected - but it is a huge area to keep secured from the enemy so your troops can land safely!

We also visited a little church in Oosterbeek - http://battlefieldsww2.50megs.com/oosterbeek_church.htm

We were met by a lovely lady who was able to tell us a great deal about the history... Unfortunately Post War they have discovered a munitions store lined with asbestos and it will cost thousands to clear it - so if you have a few pennies the church would be extremely grateful for them... It is a small village and the fund is only growing slowly!

We saw so very much and learned so much - it is a trip I shall remember for many years and the stories shall continue to make me feel humble every time I recall the sacrifices of so many.

Back soon with some crafty bits!

Paula xx

Saturday, 27 July 2013

Sweet Goodbye

Hi folks - I'm back from the sunny continent. We visited a number of 1st and 2nd World War, sites of interest in Belgium and Holland. Luckily we were accompanied by some really knowledgeable people and it was an absolutely awesome experience, but humbling and at times emotional. I shall share some pictures once I have been through all 250 of them!

Last week I said goodbye to a lovely friend and customer who has moved abroad.

I will miss her so much - she is a very special person - and I hope to stay in touch.

I thought I would share the card I made for her. I was so pleased with it and I think she loved it too - though she refused to read her cards at her leaving do, for fear of shedding more tears than absolutely necessary!

Firstly I stamped a blank card with one of the Flower Shop images, then I rounded the corners with a Circle Punch. 

Next I cut a Top Note out of some of the Venetian Romance DSP using my Big Shot. I stamped the flower from Blooming with Kindness and over stamped it with the sentiment. Finally tying some Organza Ribbon round it before adhering it to the card.

I cut the leaves from my Little Leaves Sizzlits, again using the Big Shot.

Finally the flowers were stamped on Vellum, punched out using the co-ordinating Pansy Punch, curled slightly with my Bone Folder and then I added a little Dazzling Diamonds and a Pearl in each centre.

I also decorated the envelope, just with a couple of the stamped flowers.

I can feel another tutorial coming on!

Hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend - it has been hoofing it down with rain for the last couple of hours... Hopefully the grass will grow a little for the rabbit and guinea pig!

Back soon!


Thursday, 25 July 2013

Apothecary Accent on Modern Mosaic

A dead simple card today, just because I know you'll miss me not posting. Back to the UK tomorrow and hopefully some piccies to go on my blog!

I have used 3 colours that really complement each other! Pool Party as the base, Coastal Cabana embossed with the Modern Mosaic embossing folder, then the flowers, punched using one of the Itty Bitty Shapes punches.

The sentiment was stamped on Whisper White in Bermuda Bay, using a stamp from Sassy Salutations. Cut out using one of the Apothecary Accent Framelits held in place beautifully by my new Big Shot Magnetic Plate.

Finally I added all those lovely little Rhinestones. I love it! Though it looks better in the flesh.

Hope to be back again over the weekend once I have unpacked and done all the necessary cleaning up, from leaving hubby home alone with all the animals!


Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Never Ending Card

Well it's Tuesday and I'm undoubtedly having a great time in Holland - I haven't bothered trying to see if I can blog from my phone so this is a scheduled post.

Not sure if you have ever seen/heard of a never ending card, but it is one cleverly, but surprisingly simply put together so you fold it again and again to see different images on each facet...

Here is mine!

Bring on the Cake with Afternoon Picnic DSP

Stippled Blossoms with Venetian Romance DSP

Afternoon Picnic and Venetian Romance DSP's

Stippled Blossoms and Venetian Romance DSP 

Great fun isn't it? I got my instructions from here - Stamp with Tami Not only is there a 2 part video but also a PDF with the dimensions on it!

Go on - give it a try! I have another post scheduled for Thursday so pop back and see.


Sunday, 21 July 2013

Gift box contents...

I promised to show you the contents of that gift box from yesterday. There's lots of simple things for you to practice whilst I'm in Holland this week. Only Monday to Friday but I'm really excited!

The first box was made using Pistachio Pudding 12x12 card stock and inside are four single layer cards, a pen and 4 tealight candles.

I used another 2 In-Colours - Strawberry Slush to decorate the cards and the sentiments are stamped using Baked Brown Sugar.

Here is one of the tealights. I used a stamp from the Flower Shop set, punched it out of tissue paper, laid it on the candle and heat set it in the tealight.

Here are the four co-ordinating cards I made to go with them.

The first two cards used Flower Shop and the sentiments were from Million to One.

The third card uses Blooming With Kindness and the final one uses the flower from Love and Sympathy and the sentiment is from Perfectly Penned.

All the cards are simple single layer cards that even a novice stamper can try.

I'll schedule a couple of things for the week - I mean I can't just abandon you... can I?


Saturday, 20 July 2013

Box Video Tutorial

Hello stampers! Well it's been blissfully cool today. Though I'm a bit gutted I didn't get the chance to work on my tan!

Last night I said an emotional goodbye to one of my customers who is moving abroad. I will really miss her as she is also a very good friend. I'll share the card I made in another post. In the meantime this is a long one with LOTS of piccies.

Since I took the pressure off myself I am really enjoying my crafting again. I have made loads of things to share with you. I just have to get round to posting!

Yesterday I was looking at boxes - I wanted something that would be really durable and professional looking. So I based my design on some of the boxes I have received things in, like chocolates and smellies at Christmas.

The first box I made was this:

Doesn't look much different does it? But watch the video and see how it is reinforced.

Here is the box from the video - finished off with a piece of the new Chevron ribbon - scrummy!

I love decorating the Window Sheets - I think it really adds that little something extra.

Tomorrow I'm going to share with you the contents of the first box - there was a sneak peek in the video... were you curious?

I love my Simply Scored... the possibilities are endless!

Back tomorrow!


Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Scrap Booking

When we had our crafting session at quarterly training we tried something new... Michelle gave us a kit and we had 45 minutes to create something, then everyone shared their creations.

Traci Cornelius - fellow Pinkie created a lovely Scrap Book page and I loved it so much I decided to do my own little version with a couple of the photo's I took in Italy. I thought it would be a nice momento for my Aunt and Uncle when they get back from Italy in November.

The base is 12x12 Coastal Cabana, the flowers are all from the new Flower Shop set and inked in Wisteria Wonder, the gorgeous peachy colour is Crisp Canteloupe. Do you see the ruffled ribbon? Well it is the new Ruffle Stretch Trim and I am in love with it! 

The corners are the new Chevron Ribbon in Wisteria Wonder and the letters are stamped using the new Sketch Alphabet, punched out with the Petite Curly Label punch.

You'll notice the flowers on the bottom left look a little different... well they were stamped on vellum - I love vellum!

The scallops were cut using Large Scallop Edgelit - made SO much easier with the new Magnetic Plate for the Big Shot. I then used one of the Delicate Designs embossing folders.

Two of the flowers have large pearls in the centre.

What do you all think? I'm dead chuffed and really enjoyed making it!


Monday, 15 July 2013

In the Pink

You know it is great being a Pink Lady - Michelle Last is a wonderful, inspirational up-line and at the training yesterday she really opened my eyes to something.

I have been feeling a little anxious lately that I am not recording the same achievements as some of the other Pinkies. But Michelle pointed out - I work full time, I have my pets and my husband and should be proud of my achievements. Whether people are Hobby Demo's just joining to purchase for themselves, or whether they want to run Stampin' Up! as a business, they are still loved and appreciated for themselves. So I can take a bit of the pressure off now - I don't HAVE to blog every day, just enjoy my crafting.

I will of course continue to run classes and parties, I shall support my down-line and participate in all the great, sociable, exciting events. I have just removed the pressure from myself that I had inflicted, to post every day, constantly advertise my 'business' and expecting record breaking sales.

Anyway - now I have got that off my chest I can chill and enjoy playing with my stash and sharing my creations. These are the swaps I made for our quarterly training - there were 30 of us there yesterday plus Michelle. We had a business talk, ate WAY too much cake and pastries, crafted, chatted and had a wonderful day.

I used Whisper White card stock, stamped the Flowering Flourish with Pistachio Pudding, then stamped lots of different coloured flowers in all the designs from the Flower Shop set, punching them out with the co-ordinating Pansy Punch.

You can see how the flourish goes to the back as well.

And inside was either a little sewing kit or a 'vanity pack'.
So simple but effective. I'll be back soon - so keep checking in!

Saturday, 13 July 2013

Gorgeous Gift Boxes and Flower Tutorial

Well it's silly o'clock in the morning but as I didn't post yesterday I wanted something ready and waiting first thing this morning.

I was at a gig for my husbands band last night. They really rocked The George and Dragon in Princes Risborough! You can find out about other gigs by liking their Facebook page - King Loud

Yesterday I saw a great video by Stampin' Up! and fellow Pinkie - Lynne Fahey - showing us a gorgeous gift box made from a 12x12 sheet of card stock and a window sheet - so I had some miniature toiletries floating around and decided to make a box for them.

The box is Blushing Bride card stock decorated with Organza ribbon and the stamp set I used for the tag is Chalk Talk with the matching framelits - available as a bundle with 15% saving!

Here you can see the lid made with the Window Sheet just a little clearer.

Inside the box are tubes of Shower Gel, Body Lotion, Shampoo, Conditioner and a little soap. To fill the space above the soap I made a paper carnation using the large Scallop Circle punch.

You can just make it out - I used Rich Razzleberry card stock which is a lovely contrast with the Blushing Bride as you will have noticed on the label.

Here is a short video showing you how to make the flowers. If you would like instructions for making the box - please e-mail me and I will send them to you.

Have a great weekend! I know I shall be making the most of the sunshine! Sunday we have Pinkie Training - there will be loads of us getting together to craft and share inspiration - I'll post up pictures of my swaps tomorrow!

Paula xxx

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Less is More... Shades of Grey

Just managed to sneak this in - a VERY quick card I managed to make before work today just in time for the Less is More challenge this week. You can visit the blog here.

This week we were given the theme of Shades of Grey - Cracking I thought, particularly as Stampin' Up! have introduced Smoky Slate in the new catalogue.

It is the simplest of one layer cards, I stamped the butterfly image from the Best of Butterflies firstly in Basic Black, then Basic Grey, then Smoky Slate, finally I stamped the Smoky Slate again without re-inking - this gave me four 'Shades' of Grey.

Finally I added the sentiment from Blooming with Kindness in Basic Grey.

I'm loving it! Stamping without re-inking is definitely the way to go when trying to get different shades of the same image.

I'm off to Agility and Chris' Band are playing in Risborough tomorrow so I'll try and get a post up... But if not - there's always Saturday.

Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Dynamic Duo Challenge

Hi folks - I know... 2 posts in one day! Bet you can hardly believe your luck!

I have 2 reasons for posting again today - firstly because I have Agility training after work tomorrow and will not have time to post and secondly because as well as sharing my challenge entry I have some news!

I am starting up cardmaking and papercraft classes in Risborough - or in your own home if you wish to get a group of friends together. Here is the poster I made:

What do you think of it? I made it with the help of some software new to the UK - MDS (My Digital Studio) It is a Stampin' Up! product that will be available to you soon for the bargain price of just £13.95! It includes a fantastic selection of patterned papers and images from the Stampin' Up! range, including virtual card stock in all the colours so you can create photo pages, scrap books etc. I used the same software to create the video headers on my earlier video. Keep an eye out for more details coming soon.

And here is my Dynamic Duos challenge entry for this week. The colours were Summer Starfruit and Gumball Green, two of the in-colours from 2012-2014... so they're only available for another 12 months!

I have seen this stamp set used in lots of places and fell in love with it - it is called Blooming with Kindness and that blossom is just so stunning with amazing detail!

The stripes were just drawn on with a ruler and my Stampin' Right Markers.

Hope you like it and I'll be back Friday with another challenge entry.

Visit the Dynamic Duos blog here

How to mount your Flower Shop stamps

Well folks - I had a play with the video again yesterday - I'm not 100% sure if I'm cut out for the film industry - but I hope the videos are useful.

Sam Donald, Pootler and fellow Pinkie posted a video on Facebook the other day, inspired by a couple of US demo's (her blog is here). It focusses on the new Flower Shop stamps, after watching Sam's video I decided I would make one too, using the wood mount stamps as I tend to prefer those to clear mount - but everyone has their own preference.

The main purpose of the video is how to mark and mount your stamps to be punched out using the co-ordinating Posy punch. It was noticed that far from being symmetrical each and every petal on the stamp, and thus the punch, was slightly different - this shows you how to match them up.

If you are interested in joining my team or buying Stampin' Up! products please get in touch and I can give you all the information you need!

Paula xxx

Tuesday, 9 July 2013


I hope you enjoyed my post yesterday - just something a little different!

Today, as promised, I am sharing another card. Oh, and I'm here a little earlier as I have taken a couple of days off, to enjoy the sun AND because my order from the new catalogue arrives today so I have deliveries to make and goodies to play with.

The card I am sharing is one I made for one of my downline, she's had a tough time lately but never moans about it, well she and her lovely husband celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary on Sunday so I made this little card for them.

I used the new Crisp Canteloupe and Pistachio Pudding as the colour themes, using the Crisp Canteloupe re-inkers to colour the Simply Pressed Clay. There was a little Dazzling Diamonds left in the mould from an earlier project that added a gorgeous dash of sparkle and glitz to the flowers.

The flourishes are from Flowering Flourishes and the sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Sentiments. Finally I added a few pearls.

I hope you like it. Join me tomorrow for another post - possibly a challenge entry... you'll have to see!


Monday, 8 July 2013

Chiltern Wildlife - Something Different

This evening, as I have every evening for the past 12 weeks or so, I took the boys out for their walk, tonight though, I left it a little later to catch the cooler part of the day.

I feel completely blessed to live in such a beautiful and breathtaking part of the country - even if the hills are a bit much at times.

The woodlands in this part of the Chilterns are predominantly beech woods, originally cultivated for the local furniture making industry - High Wycombe is famous for it's chairs and companies such as Goodearls of Risborough, Ercol and G-Plan are all local furniture companies.

I walked up The Ridgeway towards Brush Hill - cutting along through the woods and crossing Peters' Lane, along the bottom of Whiteleaf Hill, past the golf club towards The Plough at Cadsden, where I saw my first and only sight of another human being during my two hour walk.

I turned to the right, parallel with Cadsdean Lane and carried on through the woods, between Hobbs Hill and Ninn Wood.  If you have ever walked through woodland in the cool of a summer evening you will know how distinctive the smell is and how peaceful it is, only interrupted by the scuttling of the odd wild animal in the undergrowth.

As I reached the bridleway that runs between Longdown Farm and Green Hailey Farm, I startled a small group of, I believe, Roe Deer, such beautiful, elegant creatures they disappeared before the dogs even noticed them - almost silently into the wood.

I crossed the bridleway and followed the footpath that ran alongside a field of some sort of bean, at least the lilac flowers looked similar in shape to sweet peas or runner beans. The path was awash with clover and you could breathe in and fill your whole head with the smell. I wonder how many people ever take the time to do that? Or even realise it is the clover that smells so sweet. Suddenly my eye is caught by movement and I see the back end of a young, or at least very small, badger disappear into the hedge. I am absolutely made up! It is my first and only sighting of a badger in it's natural habitat and not dicing with death on a road somewhere. And it is still daylight - albeit nearly 9pm.

The footpath goes straight on but I turn right up a slight incline towards Cross Coppice, then through Sergeants Wood towards Green Hailey Farm. It is a wide grassy track that bisects the wood, and where I often see deer, however this evening I see nothing, but I notice ribbons of wild honeysuckle wending their way through the thick brambles either side of me. Again I breath in the sweet rich scent of it as I walk through.

A short way from the farm there is a path that cuts through to the bridleway that ends at the top of Whiteleaf Hill. I turn right on to the path, it is narrow and I have to watch my bare legs on the brambles snaking on to the path. about two thirds of the way along I hear a large animal to my right, I immediately catch hold of the dogs' collars and look over - there in the undergrowth I see a flash of black and white - heading straight towards me. I cannot believe my luck! Another badger - this time a sizeable adult. I am torn between standing quietly and seeing how close it gets or making a noise so as to startle it into a retreat. The last thing I want is for the badger to feel threatened by myself or the dogs, and attack - they are extremely strong and can do a great deal of damage. In a split second I decide discretion is the better part of valour and I just stand stock still. I daren't even try and extricate my mobile phone to take a picture.

Within seconds the badger emerges on the path not five feet away, I realise I am holding my breath and it turns and looks directly at me - I must have been downwind to have escaped earlier detection - it hesitates for maybe two seconds before whipping round with a speed totally unexpected of such a cumbersome creature, and ran down the path ahead of me. I breathe again and hold tightly to Blaze who thinks he should maybe follow! "Not on your nelly young man!" and I snap on his lead.

We walk the last few yards to the bridleway and carry on up towards Whiteleaf Cross and the car park. Crossing Peters' Lane to the top of Brush Hill. Then back down The Ridgeway and home to Risborough.

What a wonderful evening and a fox and a muntjac would have given us a full house... but I'm not complaining - especially as we witnessed the sun dropping from the sky as well.

I just wanted to share with you the pleasure of an evening in the Chilterns!

Here is a picture of the sunset en-route home from half way up Brush Hill...

Back tomorrow with another card!


Sunday, 7 July 2013

Making it better

Well it is another stunning hot day today, it was 25C at 10am! So as I did the housework in the heat yesterday I have put on a bikini and am off outside with my Kindle!

I firstly had to make a quick card for a friend of mine.

This man is one of the fittest, most active people I know but has just been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, an horrific and debilitating condition. It has left him feeling so low and I just wish I knew enough about the condition to reassure him it won't always be so bad!

He cannot even drive or walk his dogs at the moment - I just cannot imagine how awful and traumatic it must be - but I do know the effect it is having on him. He won't 'Get Well Soon' so I hope the sentiment is fitting.

At times like this you need to know you have friends - so I made him a card that I am popping in the post - hopefully just to let him know that I care.

The stamps are Mosaic Madness and Sassy Salutations heat embossed with white embossing powder.

I hope he likes it and that with the right medication and treatment things will improve.

Saturday, 6 July 2013

Simply Sunshine

This week is Risborough Festival - the weather is glorious and I've just been for a little walk round the town. There's so much going on - I must admit I was extremely naughty and headed for the hog roast!

I'm torn now between sitting in the garden or crafting... Decisions Decisions - it is so hot our chap that cuts the grass isn't coming today... lawn looks like a jungle - but there's plenty for the rabbit and guinea pig to eat!

Todays little card is a variation on Fridays man card - it is almost the equivalent for a lady. I was unsure about the colour combo - but now I see it all together I love it.

The base card is Always Artichoke, the Top Note is Pistachio Pudding and embossed again with the Square Lattice embossing folder. The tag, punched using the new Artisan Label punch, is whisper white with the sentiment from Petite Pairs stamped in Calypso Coral.

The leaves and flowers are stamped using the Secret Garden stamp set and cut out with the corresponding framelits. I just love Calypso Coral with the greens.

Hope you'll come back and join me tomorrow!


Friday, 5 July 2013

Honourable Mention!

Oh My Goodness!

I can't believe it! My card got an honourable mention from the Dynamic Duos...

Here is my badge...

Chuffed to bits dot com!

I have a very big grin!

Paula xxx

The Sun has got his hat on...

Oh Yeah baby and I'm loving it! Summer is here and so is the weekend!

It's a bit warm to walk the dogs so I'll take them out later - I thought I should post a card in the mean time.

I've also been checking my account with Stampin' Up! and I have tracking numbers for my order - so excited! Just a shame the stuff probably won't arrive until Tuesday as it's only just been scanned in Germany - you wouldn't believe the excitement on the Pink Lads/Ladies Facebook page - all the parcels arriving!

It's lovely being part of such a huge close knit team. Even though we are spread all over the UK and Netherlands we all keep in touch - and help each other out! If someone needs something a Pinkie will post it to them - awesome! If you are interested in joining Stampin' Up! then please get in touch and I'll talk you through it.

Today's card was made on a whim. I've had the idea for a couple of days and only got round to it Wednesday evening.

The base is Baked Brown Sugar and rounded at the corners using a circle punch, the mat was rounded in the same way but then I inked my Square Lattice embossing folder with Baked Brown Sugar and ran the Very Vanilla mat through.

Next I used the Big Shot again to cut a Top Note with my Die - inked it with Baked Brown Sugar and stamped the images from The Open Sea - I made the tag from Very Vanilla - added a silver Mini Brad and the sentiment from Itty Bitty Banners.

I hope you like it and will come back tomorrow for another card - in the mean time I am torn... Garden or Crafting??

Until tomorrow...

Paula xxx

Thursday, 4 July 2013

Dynamic Duos - Challenge Entry...

Today I have another challenge entry for you - I love this one - it is from Dynamic Duos and it is Basic Grey and any colour of your choice. I am chuffed to bits as I have been dying to team up the new Crushed Curry with Basic Grey - and now I have a great excuse!

I have used the Creative Elements stamp set along with a sentiment you'll recognise from Bring on the Cake.

It is a lovely, Simple single layer card that anyone can make... I may use it in one of my workshops!

I hope you like it and are looking forward to the weekend and the promised improvements in the weather!

Visit the Dynamic Duos Blog here.

Take Care!

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Simply Less is More Challenge

This weeks challenge from the team is to create a card on the theme of Sand... So I created a little one layer card that I hope fits the bill.

The Dune was made by cutting a sheet of paper and using it as a mask to sponge the sand - you know I made this on Monday and cannot for the life of me remember which two colours I used - but the Sky was sponged using a Scallop Circle and the new Soft Sky ink.

The sentiment is from the Sassy Salutations set that you can get with a 25% discount and inked in Marina Mist - the Anchor is from The Open Sea and inked in the new Smoky Slate ink.

I hope you like it and that the team at LIM will too! Click here to visit the blog.

Back tomorrow with a challenge from the Dynamic Duos team... don't miss it!

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

NEW 2013/2014 Annual Catalogue

Here it is the new catalogue we have all been waiting for!

Just click to choose to view the new catalogue as a Jpeg or Flipbook - also shown is the list of goodies carrying over from last years Autumn/Winter catalogue.

Remember place a £50 order ANY time in July for FREE delivery.

If you get an order to me before 8pm tomorrow and you can collect from me, or live within 5 miles of Princes Risborough and I will deliver FREE to your door with a FREE catalogue if your order is over £50.

Book a party or card class and not only will your guests get to see the new catalogue - they will use products from it and you will get a FREE gift.

Get in touch now on 07786 860438 or e-mail me.

In ADDITION - THREE of the fantastic sentiment sets are 25% off for a limited period only!

Choose from Sassy Salutations, Sweet Essentials and Petite Pairs... Just Grab Your Greetings!

Back tomorrow with a challenge card!


Monday, 1 July 2013

Best of 25 years set 2 - Best of Butterflies!

This month, just whilst we wait for tomorrows launch of the new catalogue, I am happy to show you the second in Stampin' Up!'s 'Best Of' stamp sets.

You can order all of the sets (one released each month until October) until the end of March 2014 and this month sees the Best of Butterflies. Including one never before seen image... that just happens to co-ordinate with our Elegant Butterfly Punch!

The set is just £13.95 and can be added to your order from the new catalogue!

How can you resist?

Don't forget if you place an order before 8pm on Wednesday you will get FREE carriage if you are local to me and I will pay your delivery charge to deliver direct if you order more than £50 worth of product!

If you order for delivery direct I can add a catalogue for £5

Back tomorrow to launch the new catalogue! I'm so excited to be able to share it with you! I can't wait!!!

Paula xxx