Love what you do

Love what you do
Evening!! I just wanted to share some cards that showcase the Share what you love DSP - it is gorgeous, 24,  double-sided 12x12" paper sheets that are very thick quality, beautiful designs and gorgeous pearlised finishes. It's amazing for fussy cutting too.  Coordinating colours: Basic Black, Blackberry Bliss, Crumb Cake, Grapefruit Grove, Mint Macaron, Mossy Meadow, Old Olive, Pear Pizzazz, Petal Pink, Rich Razzleberry, So Saffron, Tranquil Tide, Whisper White Other items I've used are: Love what you do stamps set Share what you love embellishment kit  All things thanks stamp set Polka Dot tuille ribbon  Pearlised dollies  Share what you love cardstock Thanks for stopping by,  Rebecca x

Totally Tropical

Totally Tropical
Evening,  just popping in to share a one layer card for today's Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge and the theme is  Frame It.  I love the simplicity of a one layer card, but I also enjoy the challenge of not replying on 3D foam, layers, embellishments etc to make my card interesting. Here I've stamped the sentiment from the All things thanks stamp se t and surrounded it with leaves from the Tropical Chic stamp set . Thanks for stopping by,  Rebecca x

Mini pizza box gift set

Mini pizza box gift set
Hello,  Here's a really cute little gift idea- make a set of mini cards with envelopes in a decorated pizza box! The basic pizza box come in white card but it's easy to add ink to, the inside is coated too so it's suitable for food e.g. a cookie! I ink the box first then added patterned paper on top (Ink the edges of the paper too), I fussy cut flowers from the DSP and added them, with the message tag on top. Inside are 4 little 3x3" gift cards with envelopes- a perfect, useful gift! Supplies: Mini Pizza box Mini Envelopes Share what you love DSP Share what you love embellishment kit Love what you do  stamp set Thanks for stopping by today- what else could you do with these adorable mini pizza boxes ? Rebecca x

Less is more challenge- friendship

Less is more challenge- friendship
Evening, I'm a bit late getting this card posted but here it is, my entry for this week's Less is more challenge and the theme is Friendship.   I've gone for a tall thin card and used the sentiment from the Love what you do stamp set, die cut leaf from the tropical dies , the flower is fussy cut from the tropical escape DSP  and the "dots" are from the tropical chic stamp set.   I've got LOTS more to share from the Tropical Escape suite, it is SO on trend!!!! Thank for stopping by today,  Rebecca x

Fussy cutting with paper snips- so relaxing!

Fussy cutting with paper snips- so relaxing!
Good morning!! Here's a clean and simple card made with stamping and fussy cutting- probably my two favourite papercarfting techniques! Here I've layered fussy cut elements from the DSP over coordinating stamped images- love dimension this has given against the crisp Whisper White background. Supplies: Crumb cake cardstock Love what you do stamp set Share what you love embellishment kit Share what you love artisan pearls  Share what you love DSP Mint Macaron ink Tranquil Tide ink pad Papersnips  (they are SUPER sharp and great for fussy cutting!) Dimensionals  Thanks for stopping by today,  Rebecca x

Love what you do!

Love what you do!
Hello-  here's a really quick share from me with another guy card and the bike again from the Enjoy Life set pair with a splurgy background and sentiment from the Love what you do stamp set. Rebecca x

Real red anniversary card

Real red anniversary card
Evening, something a bit less CAS from me today, it's an anniversary card which is 8x8' in size. I've stamped the background pattern,  from the Graceful Garden set, onto the base card from using real read ink and then added a layer of vellum. Next I adhered a scrumpled and torn real read card layer and finally the image which is stamped on watercolour card. I've coloured the image using brusho crystals and added lots of extra splatters. I'm loving the mini gold sequin trim too. Here's a closer looks at the stamp set: Thanks for stopping by today, Rebecca x

Lots of happy complete card kit- such a great gift!

Lots of happy complete card kit- such a great gift!
Evening,  I just wanted to update you with what I made with the Lots of happy card kit . I really enjoyed playing with this, I coloured the images just sat on the sofa with the watercolour pencils that were included in the box and just had my water-filled  aqua painters with me.  I made all these cards up pretty quickly and still haven't used everything up, and even when I do I'll still have the stamps, black ink spot, clear acrylic block, storage box and water pencils to use again and again. (I think its really good value at £33 all in) I think this is the prefect gift for a craft-loving friend or someone who might like being a bit creative without having to buy ALL the stuff- you can also get refills for all the consumables!!! Here's the official SU video about this kit: And here's me going through it too: Thanks for stopping by,  Rebecca x

Those tricky men!

Those tricky men!
Morning,  I hope you've managed to have a look through the new catalogue, if not here is a link. And here is a card made with the NEW Enjoy Life Stamp set , I have to admit the main reason I bought this set was for the "proper" road bike silhouette  my husband is a very keen cyclist and this is perfect for him. But with cycling being one of the biggest hobbies for men in the UK I think it would be great for guys cards; birthday, Father's Day etc. I made this card by repeatedly stamping the image in grey and then black ink- what a great peloton!  Thanks for stopping by,  Rebecca x

NEW catalogue!

NEW catalogue!
Morning,  happy June 1st and happy new catalogue day,    download your own copy here.  And the Stamperatus is back available to order!  You can order from the new colours of ink and card etc.  I'd love to send you a FREE copy of the c atalogue, along with some FREE samples so please do get in touch! Rebecca x
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