Hello and welcome to my blog. If you are new to visiting me, thank you for stopping by! This is my personal space where I talk about the latest creations that I've made using various Stampin' Up! products.
If you are looking for a commission or inspiration on a particular card or theme, please scroll down and take a look on the left hand side at the "Labels" column where it will list Stampin' Up! stamp sets in alphabetical order and themed cards. Just click on one of the titles to view the various cards and boxes in your chosen category.
If you would like me to make a specific card for a special someone or occasion, please email me for more details.
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I recently made a commissioned birthday card for a special girl turning 1 years old today. I had strict guidelines on what this card needed to have on it: Cute girl to resemble Sabia coloured in to match her favourite outfits, bunting with her name, age of her birthday, hearts, ice cream, butterfly, her dog and cat and her teddy bear. Hopefully she'll love the card! Here it is below:
Hi there, So it's been sometime since I last posted, but things have been crazy here and this is why: Meet Riley:
We've had Riley for three weeks now and it's been all go here :) As you can imagine, cardmaking has been limited, but I will have a card to post on 19 September when the commissioned card will be safe to view :) Enjoy your week. Take care, Alex
Hi there, Thought I'd share a birthday card that I made for my godson recently who is celebrating his 6th birthday today!
He's football mad and apparently he's into Brazil at the moment, so what would be more fitting than a little footie player in the Brazilian kit. (Hopefully I've done him justice). Here's the card I made below from various Stampin' Up! products current and retired along with a few other bits: Birthday Card
Hope you're keeping well. Enjoy the weekend... off to a Wedding today, so be back another time with the card :)
So, as you know last month I had my own wedding and I've loved making lots for it. I had recently been in touch with a bride-to-be who was after some Kath Kidston style envelopes and I decided to help her with the use of the two-step stamping technique with a favourite retired stamp set of mine: A Rose Is A Rose to create her floral envelopes. It really was a labour of love as it's a time consuming job, plus I had x75 envelopes to stamp which kept me rather busy! lol. Anyway, I'm really pleased how these turned out and so was the bride-to-be. Here are a few pictures of the finished envelopes ready for her Save The Date postcards. A Rose Is A Rose
If you would like a commission for a special event/occasion, please let me know as I'd only be too happy to help :)