Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Flourishes & Flowers Birthday Wishes Card

A while ago I saw a card I really liked on a Facebook page using a background stamp and a die that I have in my stash and I knew I'd have to CASE it and make my own version.  The original card was very pretty in a lovely soft pink.  I do love pink but I'm loving aqua more these days so I decided to make my card aqua and white with a dollop of black.  I'm a huge fan of including some black or dark brown when I'm using softer colours, I think it adds a fabulous pop!  My good friends Jan and Wendy really liked this card when they saw it and chose to make it when they last came to me for a crafty card making get together.

I stamped the Penny Black 'Majestic Composition' background stamp onto Pool Party CS using Pool Party ink, stamped the sentiment, trimmed the panel to size, inked the edges with Coastal Cabana ink and layered onto a black mat.  I glued a black strip of CS to the right side of the card and added a white die cut border.   I die cut two black flourishes using the MFT Die-Namics 'Medium Fancy Flourish' die, trimmed one shape down a bit and glued the pieces to the card making sure I left some portions without glue to add dimension.  I stamped, punched and shaped the flowers and popped them up.  I added aqua gems to the flowers and the die cut border to complete the card front.


Here's the inside and the envelope.  I'm totally miffed that I forgot to ink the edges of my Pool Party sentiment panel!  I had a piece of a flourish die cut left over so I used that to decorate the envelope flap.  I cut the piece apart, glued the two pieces down and added the flower.  


Supplies:
Stamps: Penny Black 'Majestic Composition', SU! 'Flower Shop' & 'Petite Petals' sets, Personal Impressions 'Large Everyday Messages' clear set, Hero Arts 'Yummy Treats' clear set
CS: SU! Pool Party, Bermuda Bay, Basic Black & Whisper White, Glitter Pot thick white card
Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black, SU! Pool Party & Coastal Cabana
Tools: MFT Die-Namics 'Medium Fancy Flourish' die, Memory Box 'Charlotte' border die & 'Cross Stitched Frame Borders' die set, SU! 'Pansy' & 'Petite Petals' punches, sponge dauber
Embellishments & accessories: PaperMania aqua gems, SU! Dimensionals


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Monday, 13 April 2015

One Sheet Wonder Glitter Pot Class Projects

Last Friday I ran a 'One Sheet Wonder' all day class at the Glitter Pot.  A One Sheet Wonder is a template you design using one sheet of paper and cut it in such a way that every piece of the paper is used to make a number of projects.  I used a 12" x 12" sheet of 'Simple Stories - Colour Vibe Lights - Celery' double sided patterned paper, drew my designed template on the chevron printed side of the paper in pencil and carefully cut out the pieces with a craft knife and metal ruler.   On the day of the class everyone first had to draw the template on their 12" x 12" sheet and cut it out into seven pieces.  Then three of those pieces were divided further so that everyone ended up with a total of fourteen pieces of patterned paper.  Those fourteen pieces were used to make nine projects - six cards, two tags and a gift bag. Some additional card and paper along with the 12" x 12" patterned paper sheet were needed to make the projects - white card, black card and some pink patterned paper were added.

Here are all the items shown together.  They'd make a lovely gift set I think!


A 5" square piece of paper was cut in half diagonally to make the background for the 5 3/4" square Happy Birthday card.  A 7" x 2" strip of paper was used to make the tag.  On the card I glued the diagonal pieces of paper so they butted up exactly next to each other onto a layer of black CS.  I wanted to add some definition so I drew a line with a black marker between the diagonal panels.  A small touch but it makes a lot of difference!  I stamped the butterfly onto the white panel for the card, stamped two butterflies onto the chevron paper of the tag, stamped the butterflies again onto a separate piece of white card, coloured them with ProMarkers and fussy cut the wings.  I glued the bodies flat but placed 3D foam pads under the wings, leaving the backing paper on so that the butterflies remain popped up.  The sentiment panel on the card and the white 'Especially For You' circle on the tag are both popped up.


Three 3" squares of paper were used for panels for these three 5 1/4" square butterflies cards.  I stamped the butterflies onto pink patterned paper, added some colour with a Cerise ProMarker, fussy cut the butterflies and glued them the same way as I did on the above card and tag.  I added black CS dots as embellishments - these were cut out from a handheld 1/4" circle punch.  
  

Six 2" squares were used for these two DL sized cards.  The flowers were made with the fab 'Blossom' clear stamp set from Leane Creatief.  Two step stamping made easy with clear stamps - no stamp positioner needed!  I stamped the solid flower first in Angel Pink Memento ink and stamped the dotty outline over the top in Tuxedo Black Memento ink.  To help make sure the solid and outline stamped flower images would line up correctly I placed a permanent marker dot on one petal on both stamps.  As long as both images are stamped in the same orientation (I chose to stamp with the dotted petal being positioned at the bottom) the flowers line up perfectly.  I fussy cut each flower, added some Rose Bud ink with a sponge dauber, added dimension to the flowers with a shaping tool and moulding mat and popped the flowers up.  The sentiment circle was also edged with Rose Bud ink and popped up.  The leaves and flower centres were cut out with punches.  


Finally, there is this 'Blossom' gift bag and tag,  I used the We R Memory Keepers Gift Bag Punch Board to make the gift bag.  The board makes a gusseted bag usually but I omitted certain score lines so that the gift bag wasn't gusseted.  A 10" x 4" piece of paper was used for the gift bag and a 7" x 2" strip of paper was used for the tag.  


During the day I stamped lots of two step blossoms and punched lots of leaves and circles.  I thought it was unlikely that everyone would complete all nine projects on the day of the class but at least the ladies went away with their remaining patterned paper pieces and some punched and stamped shapes so they could finish things off at home!  I also gave everyone a copy of the One Sheet Wonder template with cutting instructions and basic sketches of the projects.  I reckoned it would be useful to have a resource to refer to later on if the ladies wanted to use the One Sheet Wonder template again.  

What a lovely bunch of ladies, it was great fun sharing the One Sheet Wonder technique with them and we all enjoyed a happy, relaxed day!  

Supplies:
Stamps: Personal Impressions 'Butterflies are Propelled Flowers' clear set, Leane Creatief 'Blossom' clear set, 'Especially For You' sentiment from Woodware 'Going To Seed' clear set
CS: Glitter Pot Thick and Medium White Card, Glitter Pot Black Card

Patterned paper: Simple Stories 'Colour Vibe Lights - Celery', Doodlebug 'Kraft In Colour - Cupcake Flowers/Ledger'
Ink: Tuxedo Black, Angel Pink & Rose Bud Memento inks, Meadow Green, Apple & Cerise ProMarkers
Tools: Woodware 'Grass 1' Big Punch, various circle punches, Crop-A-Dile, WRMK Gift Bag Punch Board, flower shaping tool, moulding mat, sponge dauber
Embellishments & accessories: Woodware 10mm black stripe organza ribbon, PaperMania clear gems, 3D foam pads


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Friday, 10 April 2015

Two Starry Cards For Glitter Pot Class

Last Saturday morning I ran a 'Starry Birthday Wish' class at the Glitter Pot featuring die cutting, stencilling, stamping and dry embossing.  I designed two cards, a pop up card plus a twisted easel card.

Here's the front of the pop up card.  I loved these bright cheery papers and couldn't decide which one to use so I opted for a split diagonal design so I could incorporate both papers!  The card base measures 5 1/4" square and I matted the diagonal paper panels on a Bazzill 'Bahama' CS layer.  I stacked three stars together into one element and popped that up.


Here's the inside of the card with the surprise pop up star element.  I stencilled the red star background onto a panel of white card by dabbing Festive Berries Distress Ink through the stencil using a Creative Expressions Smoothie sponge.  I layered the stencilled panel onto a blue CS mat, glued that in place and added some small punched blue stars.  The pop up support was made using a strip of red CS that was scored three times so that the strip had four equal size sections and then the strip was glued into place.  The three stars were adhered together and then glued to the pop up support.  The pop up element folds flat when the card is closed - a fab feature!  I added a strip of dotty paper, some punched stars and a popped up sentiment to complete the card.   


Here's the A6 sized twisted easel card.  It's so easy to make a twisted easel card, it requires just one half of an A4 piece of CS (cut lengthways) and two score lines, one at the halfway point and then a diagonal score line.  I dry embossed a panel of Tim Holtz Stormy Sky Distress CS with the X Cut 3D Stars folder, scuffed the embossing with a sanding block to bring out the detail and glued the panel into place.  I cut a piece of dotty paper diagonally to fit on the front of the twisted easel part, adhered that and added the popped up die cut and punched stars.  I stamped and popped up the sentiment element to act as a stop for the easel.  I coloured just a few of the stars around the sentiment with a red ProMarker.   


It was a really fun morning, there were a couple of  ladies new to the world of card making and I so enjoyed sharing the techniques of stamping, die cutting, punching and dry embossing with them and witnessing their excitement.  I've been card making for well over ten years now but still get a real buzz when I see that excitement and enthusiasm, it's just so infectious!  The ladies who come on the Glitter Pot classes are fabulous, I love that they're always willing to help each other out with supplies, advice, tips and techniques.  I think I've learned something new on each class!  All of us in the class room are always willing to help with the crafty shopping lists too of course!

Supplies for pop up card:
Stamps: Dovecraft 'Celebrate' clear stamp
CS: Glitter Pot Thick White Card, Bazzill 'Bahama' & 'Kisses', silver mirri card

Patterned paper: Echo Park Birthday Wishes - Boy Birthday 'Dots' & 'Hats', Simple Stories Color Vibe Lights - 'Mint'
Ink: Tim Holtz Festive Berries Distress Ink
Tools: Nestabilities 'Stars' die set, star punches, Imagination Crafts 'Random Stars' stencil, Creative Expressions Smoothie sponge
Embellishments & accessories: 3D foam tape & pads


Supplies for twisted easel card:
Stamps: Dovecraft 'Celebrate' clear stamp
CS: Bazzill 'Kisses', Tim Holtz 'Stormy Sky' Distressed CS, silver mirri card, Glitter Pot Thick White Card

Patterned paper: Simple Stories Color Vibe Lights - 'Mint'
Ink: Tim Holtz 'Stormy Sky' Distress Ink, 'Ruby' ProMarker
Tools: Nestabilities 'Stars' die set, X Cut 'Stars' 3D embossing folder, star punches, sanding block
Embellishments & accessories: 3D foam tape & pads 


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Thursday, 9 April 2015

April Card Group Projects

Last Thursday we had our April card group get together and it was such an enjoyable afternoon.  Me and Lesley have our birthdays in April so we got lovely handmade cards and Lesley and Sue both brought along delicious cakes for everyone.  An afternoon crafting, chatting and eating cakes with a cuppa - that's a wonderful afternoon!

I designed three cards as usual, making sure that one was part of the set we'll be putting in a box later on.  I used a circle die for the mask and brushed Wild Honey and Festive Berries Distress Inks through the mask to get the background.  I then stamped the dandelions in black ink followed by the sentiment.


Here's the inside and the envelope.


The second card features a new Hero Arts 'Large Flower Background' stamp I got recently.  I layered Blushing Bride, Early Espresso and Wild Wasabi CS mats onto the front of a 5 1/4" square cream card base.  I stamped the whole image on Very Vanilla CS in Memento Bamboo Leaves ink and stamped just a part of the image again onto a piece of Very Vanilla CS.  I inked the edges of the Very Vanilla square with Early Espresso ink, I coloured the flower with ProMarkers, fussy cut it and popped it up over the larger image.  I cut a strip of vanilla flower trim, swiped the Bamboo Leaves ink pad over the flowers and left those to dry for a bit while I cut a Blushing Bride CS strip and inked the edges with Early Espresso ink.  I adhered the flower trim in place with double sided tape.  I stamped and punched the sentiment oval and was going to place it underneath the flower but it didn't look right.  The design balanced better when I popped up the oval on the right side over the top of the flower trim.  The pink pearls got lost just placed as they were on the Very Vanilla stamped panel so I punched Early Espresso CS 1/4" circles, glued them in place and added the pearls - ahh, much better!  When using mainly pale, pastel colours I try to avoid a wishy washy look, I find that adding in a pop of a dark colour lifts and adds a bit of oomph that just rounds out a design so much better - in my view anyway!  


More stamping of the background stamp was needed to decorate the inside of the card and the envelope.  I think this was the card the ladies found most challenging and time consuming!   


The third card is a bright and breezy number, loosely inspired by a card I made for a recent Glitter Pot class.  I made a Bermuda Bay A6 sized card base, cut a panel of beautiful, shimmery Bazzill Bling 'Diamond' CS and dry embossed it with the Cuttlebug 'D'vine Swirl' folder.  My sweet friend Lesley gave me the Impression Obsession 'Tied Line' die as a gift and I thought it would go really well with the Memory Box 'Surely Stitched Square' die.  The one thing about these dies is the shapes are very delicate and can be difficult to glue in place without making a mess.  I simply folded the ends of the die cuts over the edges of the embossed panel, taped them in place and glued the embossed panel to the card front - no mess!  The 'Surely Stitched Square' die cuts the stitched frame and lines, a plain frame plus a small stitched square and I decided I'd use all these pieces.  I glued the small stitched square over the 'Tied Line' die cut shape and added a shimmery white daisy.  I added a trio of Bermuda Bay daisies to the Melon Mambo frame and sprinkled on a few yellow pearls.  I stamped, die cut and popped up the sentiment label and added a small die cut butterfly to complete the card front.


Here's the inside of the card and the envelope.  I stamped a sentiment and small flower image inside.  For the envelope, I glued the plain Melon Mambo frame to the flap, inset a Bermuda Bay punched square and added a daisy with a pearl centre.


Supplies for Just for You card:
Stamps: Inkylicious 'Dandelion Wishes' & 'Make a Wish' sets, WaltzingMouse Stamps 'Say It with Style' set
CS: PaperMania A6 white card base
Ink: VersaFine Onyx Black, Tim Holtz Wild Honey & Festive Berries Distress Inks
Tools: circle Nestabilities die, Inkylicious ink duster brushes


Supplies for Fantastic Day! card:
Stamps: Hero Arts 'Large Flower Background' stamp, sentiment also from Hero Arts
CS: PaperMania cream square card base, SU! Blushing Bride, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla & Wild Wasabi
Ink: Memento Bamboo Leaves, SU! Early Espresso, ProMarkers in Pale Pink, Rose Pink & Apple 

Tools: SU! plain oval punch, handheld 1/4" circle punch, sponge dauber
Embellishments & accessories: SU! Very Vanilla flower trim, SU! Dimensionals, pink pearls


Supplies for Birthday Wishes card:
Stamps: SU! 'Four You', 'Happiest Birthday Wishes' & 'Hello There' sets
CS: SU! Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo & Whisper White, Bazzill Bling 'Diamond'
Ink: SU! Melon Mambo & Bermuda Bay
Tools: Cuttlebug 'D'vine Swirl' embossing folder, Memory Box 'Surely Stitched Square' die, IO 'Tied Line' die, Memory Box 'Cascadia Butterfly Trio' & 'Leavenworth Butterfly Trio' dies, Spellbinders 'Labels Trio' die, Woodware Large Daisy punch, flower shaper & moulding mat
Embellishments & accessories: yellow pearls, SU! Dimensionals


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Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Hardwood, Leaves & ButterfliesThank You Card

Here's a Thank You card I made back in March for Jan.  I was inspired by this lovely card made by Rita Wright that had caught my eye on Pinterest.   I stamped the Hardwood stamp onto Crumb Cake CS with Crumb Cake ink, stamped the leaves in Soft Suede ink and stamped the sentiment in Early Espresso ink.  I cut the panel to size, inked the edges with Early Espresso ink and glued the square to the front of a 4 3/4" square Pool Party card base.  I stamped and punched the butterflies and glued them in place, making sure I'd folded the wings up a bit.


Here's the inside and the envelope flap.  I really love the soft brown and aqua combo!


Supplies:
Stamps: SU! 'Hardwood' background stamp, 'Summer Silhouettes', 'Papillon Potpourri' & 'Four You' sets
CS: SU! Pool Party, Crumb Cake & Whisper White
Ink: SU! Crumb Cake, Soft Suede & Early Espresso
Tools: SU! 'Elegant Butterfly' & 'Bitty Butterfly' punches, sponge daubers


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Monday, 6 April 2015

Four Glitter Pot Class Cards

I've been so busy preparing for and running classes that I had to put blogging to one side for a while.  Recently I've been running classes at the Glitter Pot, at my home and I had my monthly card group last week also.  I think I've just about caught up with myself now but a bad back certainly isn't helping matters!

A week or so ago I ran two classes at the Glitter Pot, the morning class was 'In the Garden' and the afternoon class was 'Simply Stunning'.  The 'In the Garden' theme was to include tools for the men and flowers for the ladies.  For the tools card I designed a shed for the gardener, Bert, with garden tools propped up outside.  To get the wood effect I inked the inside of a woodgrain embossing folder with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink and embossed a 6" square of kraft CS.  I cut the shed shape, door and eaves to size, inked all the edges with Walnut Stain Distress Ink and assembled the shed.  I covered the front of the square card base with blue card and green paper and popped up the shed.  I punched a yellow circle, inked the edges with Wild Honey Distress Ink and glued the sun behind the shed.  I die cut and embossed the tools, glued the rake flat but popped up the spade and fork.  I cut a pot shape from white card and used ProMarkers to make a mossy terracotta plant pot.  I glued punched leaves behind and popped the pot up.  I punched a 1/4" dark brown circle, glued it to the door and added a silver nailhead as a door knob.


My idea for the flowers for the ladies card was to try and create a scene that looked like a lawn and herbaceous border.  I had to add a feminine touch with some pretty dotty ribbon and I thought a flower filled wheelbarrow would look good positioned on a perfectly smooth, lush, green lawn!  Lady Clutterbuck has just done some judicious pruning and has watered the flowers and Bert the gardener will be returning the secateurs and watering can to his tool shed presently!  I die cut the wheelbarrow from Tea Dye Distress Card, embossed the shape and then scuffed the embossing with fine sandpaper to bring out the detail.  I slotted the handles of the secateurs inside the watering can, added punched leaves and flowers to the wheelbarrow and popped both shapes up.  More punching for the leaves and flowers for the herbaceous border and then lots of fiddly arranging!   I used a silver Gelly Roll pen to add a silver dot to the centre of each flower and I placed a silver nailhead on the centre of the wheel and a smaller silver nailhead on the secateurs to complete the card.  There were 13 ladies on the class and there was a mad rush to get everything done - I think some ladies took some flowers home to arrange them at their leisure!   


In the afternoon things were much more relaxed as the two cards featured simple designs with straight forward stamping, die cutting and dry embossing.  No sheds to construct or flowers to arrange just so!  The dies are 'Surely Stitched Square' and 'Surely Stitched Circle' dies made by Memory Box.  For this first card I dry embossed a panel of white card with a dotty folder, glued it to the right hand side and drew a black line with a marker.  I stamped an image from the Penny Black '...Wishes' set in Memento Rose Bud ink, added a black stamped sentiment, cut it out with a circle punch, glued it into place and glued the black die cut shape over the top.  I drew pencil marks to help with getting those thin lines glued straight! Some bright pink gems finished off the card.


For the second card I used the 'Surely Stitched Square' die and gorgeous Bazzill Bling CS in 'Diamond' and 'Glitz' - such a beautiful blue colour!  I die cut three squares of Bazzill Bling 'Diamond' CS, embossed those with the dotty folder, glued them in place and glued the blue die cut shapes over the top.  Again, I used pencil marks to help with the placement of the thin lines of the die cut shapes!  I punched three blue hearts, popped them up and added pretty Marianne Designs Diamond Gems.  The 'heartfelt wishes' sentiment from the '...Wishes' set seemed the perfect choice for this card.  Some ladies chose a different sentiment and added punched flowers to their cards rather than hearts - that's the great thing about this design, it's very versatile and easily adapted!


Supplies for shed card:
Stamps: none
CS: Bazzill 'Sea Water', 'Brown', 'Ivy' & 'Sunshine', Craftwork Cards kraft, silver mirri card, Glitter Pot Thick White Card

Patterned paper: Bo Bunny 'Wasabi' Double Dot Textured Paper (plain side used)
Ink: Tim Holtz 'Gathered Twigs', 'Walnut Stain' & 'Wild Honey' Distress Inks, 'Terracotta' & 'Grass' ProMarkers
Tools: X Cut 'Woodgrain' 6" x 6" embossing folder, Leane Creatief  'Garden Tools' die set, Woodware 'Grass' large punch, Woodware 1 1/2" & 1/4" circle punches, sponge daubers
Embellishments & accessories: silver nailhead, 3D foam pads


Supplies for wheelbarrow & watering can card:
Stamps: none

CS: Glitter Pot Thick White Card, Bazzill 'Blossom', 'Petunia', 'Ivy', 'Kisses' & 'Brown', Core'dinations 'Amazon', Tim Holtz 'Tea Dye' Distress CS
Ink: none
Tools: Leane Creatief  'Barrow & Watering Can' & 'Garden Tools' die sets, Woodware multi 'Christmas Flower' & 'Grass' large punches
Embellishments & accessories: pink dotty grosgrain ribbon, silver nailheads, 3D foam pads 


Supplies for wishing you well card:
Stamps: Penny Black '...Wishes' clear set
CS: Glitter Pot Thick White Card, Glitter Pot Black Card
Ink: Memento 'Rose Bud', VersaFine 'Onyx Black'
Tools: Memory Box 'Surely Stitched Circle' die, Crafts Too 5" x 5" 'Dots' embossing folder
Embellishments & accessories: pink gems


Supplies for heartfelt wishes card:
Stamps: Penny Black '...Wishes' clear set
CS: Glitter Pot Thick White Card, Bazzill Bling 'Diamond' & 'Glitz'
Ink: VersaFine 'Vintage Sepia'
Tools: Memory Box 'Surely Stitched Square' die, Crafts Too 5" x 5" 'Dots' embossing folder, Woodware large 'Heart' punch
Embellishments & accessories: Marianne Designs Diamond Gems, 3D foam pads 


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Thursday, 19 March 2015

Bunny Card & Gift Bag For 'Hoppy Easter' Glitter Pot Class

This afternoon I ran a 'Hoppy Easter' class at the Glitter Pot.  I fell in love with the adorable Woodware 'Hoppy Bunny' stamp as soon as I saw it and was thrilled to be able to feature it in a class at the shop!  I decided a Happy Easter card and a matching gift bag for some treats would be perfect projects for the class and the bunny heads just HAD to be put on wobble springs to ramp up the cute factor!  I enjoyed making these SO much - I knew I found the bunny totally appealing but I'm a tad concerned about how much I ended up loving the carrots LOL!

So here's the card and gift bag together.  After taking the photographs I decided to change the brads on the bag handle from round ones to sweet flower shaped ones!


The bunny was stamped four times (for two complete bunnies and two bunny heads) and fussy cut.  The whole bunny had to have surgery - the ears and part of the face were chopped off  (I know, so cruel!) so that those parts weren't visible when the head was wobbled on the spring.  I used ProMarkers to add some colour to the bunnies and to colour the carrots.  The bunny bodies are popped up on foam pads and then the heads were attached over the top with wobble action springs. 

Here's just the card on its own.   I glued one carrot flat and popped up the other two.


Here's the gift bag.  I used the We R Memory Keepers Gift Bag Punch Board to make the bag - but I altered the design a bit.  The punch board allows you to make a gusseted bag but I wanted a straight sided bag I could add a handle to.  So when I made the bag I omitted the triangle and side score lines on the sides of the bag and ended up with a straight sided bag - and when the handle is attached it's almost a basket.  I LOVE these WRMK Punch Boards and now I love my Gift Bag Punch Board even more now I realise it's got more versatility!  I used Doodlebug 'Dragonfly' CS for the handle and actually glued two strips of card together to make a stronger handle.


The bag was made with Doodlebug Easter Parade 'Darling Daisies' patterned paper and to add strength I cut and scored an inner sleeve made from the 'Dragonfly' card.  I glued the tab on the sleeve and simply slid it inside the bag.  I love that the sleeve not only strengthens the bag, it protects little (or big!) fingers from the brad prongs and it also looks neater!


All the ladies loved their cute bunny cards and bags and we had a very happy afternoon!

Supplies:
Stamps: Woodware 'Hoppy Bunny' & 'Easter Greetings' sets
CS: Glitter Pot thick white card,  black card, Doodlebug 'Dragonfly'

Patterned paper: Doodlebug Easter Parade 'Darling Daisies'
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, ProMarkers (Ice Grey 2, Sunkissed Pink, Grass, Mango & Burnt Orange)
Tools: WRMK Gift Bag Punch Board
Embellishments & accessories: Woodware flower brads & action wobble springs, 3D foam pads


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