Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Global Design Project #GDP004 with Water Colour Wishes Card Kit

Hello There,
I am loving the card kits at Stampin Up at the moment, when you don't have too much time or your off on your travels and need a little crafting time the grab and go kits are fabulous,

And Watercolour Wishes is no exception,  everything you need in one little box, stamps, inks pads, mount block , card blanks, stickers and embellishments oh and not to forget the diamensionals to stick things, WOW!!

Now in the box you have instructions too, get that!!  So if you want to craft and not think you can just follow the leaflet inside the box, … In the kit you have enough materials to make 20 cards...

I have followed the Global Design Project #GDP004  Challenge this week,  HERE , the remit is to case the designer

What a beautiful card don't you think,  well here is my effort, quick & simple, Love it!






Bye for now, xxxx




Saturday, 26 September 2015

Stampin' Creative Team Blog Hop, All about the Packaging! Stampin Up





If you've just joined me from Eimear's blog - welcome!

Hello there,
Sorry for the wait in my projects, it has been a busy busy week, I have had several promotions in my team and they have kept me busy,   and this week Blog hop for packaging, well it must have been fate, the Girls have worked very very hard for their promotions, So I had better get busy and make some congrats gifts,

Now this is a fab Hop with all things packaging, and for mine , where I have been  a busy lizzy I have gone with the super quick option, and used Kits, I LOVE kits,

I have combined two of my fave Stampin Up Kits,   Watercolour Wishes and All Boxed up, I had no time so just grabbed these beauties and wowzers, did you know that the Watercolour Wishes card kit comes with a fabulous Sentiments Stamp set, and inks and blocks to use with them, This set is a must for those Crafters on the go!!

Anyway I shall not keep you any longer here is my creations,   



If you wish to purchase these two kits from me, Please be sure to use the Hostess Club Code for your free gift from me, and please be sure to tick the box that says yes to contact or I wont know where to send your free gift

Now hop on over to Carolines blog, just click on her name.

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List of participating blogs:
Eimear-http://stampincolour.com/stampin-creative-september-blog-hop-gift-packaging-inspiration/ 

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Holly Jolly Greetings Stampin Up

Hello there,
I have a Christmas card to share with you today,  it's one I made for an organised swap and which would have been received by the time you read this.

Once again, (sure your going to get fed up with me ) I have used the smoosh technique on shimmery card stock, using Old Olive Ink pad and then stamped the tiny cute stars from the Holly Jolly Greetings set, and embossed them with Gold Embossing powder,
I stamped a sentiment in our new Archival Basic Grey pad, mounted it on a dimensional on top of some Gold Glitter card,  I then Stapled the Merry sentiment cut from the Christmas Greetings die that comes in a bundle with the stamp set, saving 15% when bought as a bundle.

Mounted the sequins on bits of dimensional for added texture, then mounted on top Gold Mirror card stock, I was a bit mean with this as I cut a square hole in the middle of it to use for punching another time, .  Not sure anyone will notice, .. Tee Hee.....

Before I mounted onto Old Olive Card stock , I again stamped in versamark the cute little Stars and embossed with gold Powder...

                                                Hopefully they are well received!



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Saturday, 12 September 2015

Expressions Elements Stampin Up , Global Design Project Colour Challenge #GDP001


Hello There,

Happy weekend to you all,   Last week I spent a few days in Harrogate in  beautiful Yorkshire, what  lovely lovely place, but back to Blighty now and down to business..

The new Autumn/Winter catty is in full swing, thank you to those who have purchased their goodies through me, It's very much appreciated...

This leads me onto my card for today, its my Thank you card for those orders received, and it uses the Colour Challenge  of Smokey Slate, Pink Pirouette  and So Saffron over at the Brand New Challenge site Global Design Project Challenge ±GDP001
 Please do pop over there they have a fabulously talented bunch of Ladies on Design team..



I smooshed again sorry crafters though you can barely see the pink on the butterfly but it's there, Quick and simple and very effective!








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Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Exciting Times at Simplyfairies with Stampin Up

Firstly we have a NEW HOSTESS CODE for September

The Hostess Code is YM6M9EQD this is for any online orders below £150 , please enter this so that I can send you a free product gift, . But please make sure that you designate me as your Demonstrator otherwise I won't know where to send your gift.

Now on to the exciting times bit, we have a new Winter catalogue online check out my shop on the side bar, it is fabulous truly it is, it's packed full with pukka products,   ......

What have I been up to, well I have just finished my first ever training event for some of my team, very cozy we were in my studio, we had a fun time lots of crafting, and lots of laughter amongst the business talk...  Would you like to see some of what we made, ..

The two Boxes were constructed using tutorials by to fab ladies Crafty Hallett and PaperCraft Button,
see below for the products that I used, 


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