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Well here is my last Christmas card of 2012!



Look what we made at yesterday’s luxury Christmas card class!! If you would like more information on the new classes staring in the new year or a last minute Christmas pressie for yourself or someone else to make your own luxury cards then please contact me.

PS the gingerbread man is scented, we used scented embossing powder so he smells is sugar and spice!!




Well today I wanted to share a simple wee stocking filler that I am planning to pop in with some prezzies this year. It’s a wee bookmark that slips over the corner of your page. I got the idea from my friend Lorraine Harrison (stampdelicious) who made these as door gifts for an event we did and few months back. They are a great way to use up odd bits of card and ribbon, so get out your scrap boxes!


Seen as you are all so shy if you would like a copy of the instructions for this project you can send me a wee e-mail and I will send them off to you.


Well the saying better late than never definitely applies today. Every week for the next 12 weeks I want to share a Christmas inspired tutorial with you and as it is the season of good will to all men and crafters these tutorials are free!!! I plan to put these up every Monday hence the posts title!

Today I want to share with you an idea I did for a demonstrator training group swap last month. It us a beautiful Christmas card that I think looks really luxurious but it’s really easy to make. And best if all I got to use some of my fav products like my dasher stamp, my brayer, shimmer paint, ribbon, brads and I even got to play with my big shot to do some embossing!!!!

If you would like the free tutorial on how to make this card all you have to do is leave me a comment and I will email the tutorial to you.


Here’s a wee one i did for a challenge a few weeks ago, the challenge was to use a stamp in a different way. So i used the Build a Blossom stamp set to create a lovely dress.


In this weeks class we are going to be perfecting the art of making our own background and the rock n roll techniques.  Here are some of the projects I have made using these techniques, and you can get a chance to make them too by coming along to our class on Saturday, contact me for more details or look at the classes page on my blog.


Well as you know from my last post I am in love with More Mustard and Not Quite Navy at the moment, so I just though I would share this quick and simple christmas card with you all.

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