Saturday, 13 August 2016

Stampin' Up! Sneak Peek

A Cookie Cutter Christmas... that doesn't have to be!

It's a new stamp set with coordinating punch that you'll be able to order in September - and it HAD to be in my pre-order!

Here's a nice traditional Christmas card to start off with...

Cute little Gingerbread couple in Cajun Craze... exactly the right colour for Gingerbread!

Then the next card I had amazing fun creating and should definitely be a feature in October's class - don't you think?

Great use of the Brick Wall and Softly Falling embossing folders.

And no Christmas stamp set would be complete unless you could make... A BABY Card????

And another embossing folder here, Cable Knit Dynamic Embossing Folder - this is a super special extra depth one... so make sure you follow the instructions for the sandwich!

I'm feeling so much better today... I've had a dreadful week with an ear infection and Labyrinthitis - culminating in a perforated eardrum! It never rains! At least I can sit up and type today!

Hope you're having a fab weekend!


  1. These cards are soooo fantastic, just love them x

  2. I love the bear card you did. I have a question regarding the ears. I have looked at the stamps & punch and can't figure out how you got them to be in one piece. Did you stamp the bear, then the ears, and then cut them out by hand? Or is there some other way it was done? Thanks for your answer....

    1. Hiya - thanks for touching base :-) There are a number of options... You can hand cut them, you can punch them with the large circles from the owl punch (Apparently - not tried that) or you can punch each one using a circle punch. Hope that helps xxx

  3. Wonderful cards! I would love to share the Eskimo card on my blog for 'My Crafty Friends Monday' (a round up of amazing cards from amazing stampers!)! Please let me know if you would prefer that I didn't share it (of course I give you credit and link back to your blog!).

    1. Thank you Josee - I would be honoured! Thank you!!! xxxx


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