Friday, 22 July 2016

Fishy Card Tutorial using Alcohol Inks and News of Giveaways!

Hi Everyone

Today I am sharing a tutorial that shows you different ways of using alcohol inks to create backgrounds for your stamping.  This quick and easy card features the Something Fishy stamp set from Rubber Dance.

I will guide you through the techniques and pretty soon you will have a card like mine that looks fab inside and out…..if I may say so myself ;-)

Here is the tutorial:

…….and here is the Giveaway News.  I am having my first ever Giveaway on YouTube (so excited) and the prize is this lovely set of stamps donated by the fabulous Bibi who is the owner of the Norwegian based Rubber Dance stamp company.  Many of you know I have been active on the Design Team for some time and have recently joined with Bibi to bring you Stamps and online tutorials all in one creative bundle!

So if you want to have the chance of winning these stamps all you have to do is pop over to my channel on YouTube, subscribe if you don't already and then leave me a comment to say you want to join in.  If you want to go into the draw twice then just share the tutorial and make sure to tell me in your comment that you have done so.  The Giveaway runs from 22 July - 05 August 2016.

But that is not all……. Follow this link to your second chance to win these fabulously fishy stamps.

……….and this link for chance number three!  How cool is that?!!! (this will go live a little later today!)

Last but definitely not least if you want to purchase our first stamp and tutorial bundle featuring the Mushroom stamp set from Rubber Dance then please follow this link and head over to my ETSY shop to check out the offer.  Here is just a few of the many things you could be making very soon!

Good luck in the many Giveaways and see you here very soon with a stamp and online tutorial bundle featuring the Frosty Friends Stamp set.

Thank you for popping by X

Monday, 18 July 2016

Mixed Media Flower Card Tutorial

Hi Everyone

This tutorial is all about how easy it is to create interesting mixed media background papers that you can then go on to use in your projects.  I show you how and then how to turn that into a pretty flower card.

I have used my paper as a background paper and then I have revealed the design by cutting a stencil design into the white card.  I finished off with some punched flowers and voila!!

I really hope you enjoy the tutorial and have lots of fun creating your background papers in a myriad of colours!

The weather has finally turned a little warmer here so I am off out to have tea in the garden - a fabulous end to the weekend.  Hope you have all had a wonderful time too.

Thank you for popping by X

PS A Stamp Giveaway coming very soon so watch this space!!!!
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