Monday, 13 July 2015

Celebrate with Remarkable you......

Todays creations are for one of my team members, who had done amazing sales in June, I wanted to celebrate with her and send her a small gift all dressed up to kill,..

I got her a beautiful Glitzy Keyring with her initial on, and made a treat bag to put it in, ... Now when I made my first treat bag using the treat bag die, I could not fathom out why I couldn't get the two pieces I cut out to fit together, I spent a good hour , and in the end gave up, only to find the next day when clearing it all away that the bag bit if the die infact comes in two different parts, ha ha how silly of me, it still tickles me when I think about it,...

Anyway, loving the wooden sentiments embellishments I centered the card round the Celebrate sentiment, and stamped You are remarkable on the bottom,   again I  used the English Garden DSP.....



Friday, 10 July 2015

It's all about the DSP... English Garden DSP , SUO Challenge

Today's creation is a small gift to cheer a friend up, we all need a little cheering up now and then and I found the perfect gift, a lovely little pen with her name on, that clips on your keyring.. and am entering this in the SUO Challenge it's a;; about the DSP

SUO Challenge #126 – Designer Papers!

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I needed to make a box for the pen and used the beautiful  Stampin Up Uk English Garden Designer Series Paper and the Envelope Punch Board, its not just for Envelopes , it's very versatile...










I punched out a tag using the oval punch and stamped with the Awesomely Artistic stamp set, and the die cut for you is from the Treat Bag die ....  and finished off with Night of Navy seam binding ribbon, and Thick Bakers Twine...

I also made a card to go with it combining two stamp sets, Awesomely Artistic and my fave of the moment Garden in Bloom just looks fab in the Crumb Cake and Night of Navy and Very Vanilla colour ways,  I love this card and it says exactly what I wanted to convey , so hope my friend likes it as much as I do,...

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Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Training Swaps with Garden in Bloom, Stampin Up Uk

Hello there
I have been rather busy with classes and training, so have been making swaps for the event, as Will as the Stampin Up events, we have local training for our team, I love these events as I get to see demo friends that are far and wide, we share tips, inspiration, creations and laughter, lots of chatter goes on in these events, I did a small business talk giving tips on running classes and events..  It was a lovely event  and some of my new team members came with me and throughly enjoyed themselves.

Here I am with Jan one of my team members, I am the one in the Mint Macaron Top although in this photo it looks more like Tempting Turquoise , funny how we demos always seem to talk SU colours, Ha ha...


Anyway enough of me, let me share with you my swaps, I made (I know I am bonkers) 24 Hallett bags, I just love these little things, and I am madly in love with the Garden in Bloom stamp set , there is soooo much you can do with this set truly there is, ...

I made a matching card, infact I made matching thank you cards too for my customers to pop in with their  Thank you gift lovely little 4x4 inch ones , I made my own DSP using the stamp sets,  I used Elegant Eggplant, Old Olive, and Pool Party colour ways
Hope you like,  
If you wish you purchase through my online shop please do use this months Current Hostess code, it changes every month, and you will receive a product gift from me as a thank you gift...



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