Arts & Crafts, card making

Envelope Books

Hi Everyone!

This weekend I have been making mostly …. Envelope Books 🙂

They are samples for a workshop at Stampers Grove this Saturday 11th February from 10.30 till 12.30..

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This is a great way to use up your envelops stash and as you can see they look great in all shapes and sizes 🙂

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Its also a great way for you to use up your jelly plate prints

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and also use up all those patterned papers we hoard 😉

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and practice zentangle (which I suck at lol)

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So if you are in Edinburgh next Saturday and fancy making one, you can call James or Emma to book a space on  0131 221 9440 or pop into 92 Grove St, Edinburgh EH3 8AF

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As always, thank you for popping round

Sarah

 

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Christmas Promise & Wild at Heart Stacks

Hi everyone,

I thought I would record a wee video for you showing the First Edition Christmas Promise and also the Wild at Heart 6×6 patterned paper stacks.

I absolutely love them both, they are absolutely gorgeous,  however, please shop around if you plan to buy them, I paid £8.00 for each stack from Hobbycraft the other day,  and I also ordered more online from Amazon last night where the same 6×6 stacks were £3.99 !!

Hope you found this post useful, I will see you all again soon.

Thanks for popping round

Sarah

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Birdhouse Makeover (Timelapse)

Hi Everyone…

Apologies, it has been a while since I have blogged, It’s not that I have not been crafting, it is more the case of I have not had time to blog any of it..

Life is busy with the pups and Chunky has more trips to the vet than i can mention.. but he is still with us and on the whole keeps remarkably well 🙂

I altered this little wooden birdhouse yesterday and recorded the video, spent this morning editing it and chopping it down from 2 hours to 7 mins 🙂  I love how it looks.

Supplies used :-

  • Wooden Birdhouse from Stampers Grove
  • PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Acrylic Paint in Granny Smith Opaque Chalk Finish
  • Claudine Hellmuth Semi Gloss Acrylic Paint in Traditional Tan
  • Paperartsy Patterned Paper 12 x 12
  • Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink
  • Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive

birdhouse

I also made a little book yesterday, so I will edit that video next and see how it looks 🙂

See you soon

Sarah x

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Wishing you….

Wishing you a speedy recovery card.

I made this card a couple weeks ago,  it is a full A4 size, I needed to make it big, because I took it into work for everyone to sign, as  my good friend and work colleague ended up in hospital.

wishing you

  • Stampin Up thinlets dies from the banner set
  • Stampin up heart trio punch
  • clearly besotted heart dies
  • various different 6 x 6 patterned papers
  • ruffle edge ribbon
  • various buttons
  • Thickers self adhesive chipboard letters
  • Tim Holtz vintage photo distress ink
  • Prima Sunrise patterned paper
  • red line tape
  • heavyweight white cardstock
  • Wild Orchid crafts Pearls and Rhinestones 3mm

wishing you 3

the thought behind the card was to send lots of love her way from everyone

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thanks for popping round

Sarah x

p.s. I have a one layer “production line” christmas card to share in my next post, I made all my neighbours christmas cards yesterday afternoon 😉

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Merry Christmas Notebook

  • First of all I took a sheet of Stampin Up 12 x 12 patterned christmas paper and cut out 2 dirrerent sizes of the snowflake design

  • I then applied some Tim Holtz Vintage Photo glitter glue around the edge of the large snowflake, then the inside on the smaller snowflake and set them aside to dry.

  • The I cut a strip off the same paper, took a Fiskars border punch (treading water) and edged one side, took some grosgrain ribbon and tied a bow.

  • Once the glue had dried on the snowflakes it was ready to assemble ( I put the smaller snowflake on top of the radiator to get the curled up effect)

  • I adhered the snowflakes to the notepad and then stamped “Merry Christmas”

Here is a full list of supplies used for this project :-

  • 1 x Notepad
  • Stampin Up So Saffron Cardstock
  • Stampin Up Merry Moments 12 x 12 Patterned Paper
  • Stampin Up Choc Chip Grosgrain Ribbon
  • Bo Bunny Merry Christmas Stamp set
  • Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Stickles glitter glue
  • Double sided tape, glue dots and zig glue pen