UK Cardmaking & Papercraft Magazine

I was featured in a UK Cardmaking and Papercraft Magazine issue 71.  It was a great thrill and the stamp set I used was a Stampin' Up set Fishy Friends - one of many from my favourites.

Christmas Glitter

I used white card stock as the base of this card then with the green card stock I chose to stamp a Christmas background by Hero Arts with Versamark then attached it to the card.  With the red card stock I used the Big Shot and embossed it with a Sizzix template Holly and Berries and with a bit of sanding you have another background piece to attach to the card.  The tree by Victoria's Secret - Curly Christmas Tree is stamped on white Stampin' Up card stock with gold Encore Ultimate Metallic ink pad, chalked with Kaisercolour Pearlescent Chalk set then with gel glitter pens to highlight the tree.  The tree was mounted on green card stock and with a pear of scissors I distressed each side of the green card then mounted this to the card with 3D foam.  The words Friends and Family is by Penny Black which was stamped with gold ink on white card stock then mounted with red and green card stock for a layered affected then mounted with 3D foam onto the card.  This card is now completed and for those who would like this shown on video please express your interest.

Christmas by Nature

After selecting your coloured card stock plum for the base, mount pink card stock.  With Stampin' Up stamp set Bloom Away use StazOn black ink to stamp the image.  Then with coloured markers and a water brush to colour in the image.  This card can be used a Christmas or birthday card.

Christmas Glitter

No stamping required for this one.  The company Paper Square sale this pattern paper and with a bit a glitter here and there, you've got yourself a Christmas card.  Select white card stock for this card. and cut to size Christmas patterned paper and attach to the bottom part of  the card.  Add double sided tape at the top and bottom of the patterned paper and once you peel off the protection sheet, dip your card into silver glitter - the glitter will only attach to the double sided tape.  To make the center piece cut to size black card stock and add double sided tape to most of it, leaving some black at each sides.  Before adding glitter cut more pattered paper like this tree and add this to the middle, then dip it in green glitter.  Brush away any extra glitter with a soft brush and mount this to your card.  You know have a stamp free Christmas Card.  Enjoy!!

Christmas Cards

This beautiful stamp set is by Kaszazz - Merry Christmas Bold, Pine Tree-Flourish Large with Merry Christmas greeting paper. First you Stamp Merry Christmas with red ink at the top, attach patterned paper to the bottom of the card with double sided tape.  Use different colour Distress Ink at each sides of the card, then attach burgundy stripe card stock and add this to the card and then add two gem stones.  On a separate piece of white card stock stamp the Christmas tree with StazOn black ink, then with Distress inks cover the tree and spray lightly with water onto the tree so the colours will blend.  Then mount tree to the card.

Christmas Tree

This stamp design is by Penny Black - Home for Christmas and Friends and Family which was stamped onto white card stock with gold ink and decorated with gem stones and coloured glitter glues.  This was mounted to red card stock and then added to the base of the card.

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Whisper White-106549
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