Category: Scallop Border Punch

2015 Convention Swaps 8

2015 Convention Swaps 8

Here are the last of the swaps that I received.         Don't you love all this inspiration? Stampin' Up! - what's happening now: The list of Retiring Products is decreasing daily as stock runs out. Check them out here. You only have until 2 June 2015 to get your favourites before they disappear … Continue reading 2015 Convention Swaps 8

Creative Crew: Snowflake Soiree Chip

Creative Crew: Snowflake Soiree Chip

This is the third of my projects for the December Creative Crew challenges on Splitcoaststampers. The challenge: "Holiday Focus: December 24th is National Chocolate Day. While eating the best chocolate you can find, make a card using chocolate chip on it. If you CASEd someone fabulous, give credit to this wonderful stamper." I love Amanda … Continue reading Creative Crew: Snowflake Soiree Chip

Stippled Blossoms Pool Primrose Limeade

You may recognise the following design from a card I made a few years ago. Here is the original. I thought I would try it out with my new favourite Stippled Blossoms set. I still used a base of Whisper White, and updated the colours by using Pool Party, Primrose Petals and Lucky Limeade. The … Continue reading Stippled Blossoms Pool Primrose Limeade

Contempo Christmas Poppy Limeade

Contempo Christmas Poppy Limeade

This week's colour challenge at Dynamic Duos lends itself so well for a Christmas card. Here is the challenge. I used Confetti White for the base card. After cutting a small piece off the right hand side of the front, I used the Scallop Border Punch on the remaining edge. Pieces of Poppy Parade were … Continue reading Contempo Christmas Poppy Limeade

Blender Pen Watercolouring

I have not had much success to date using a blender pen to watercolour, but after seeing this card on Debbie's site, I decided to have another try. My base card is River Rock, and the layers are Rose Red and watercolour paper. The Scallop Border Punch and the Scallop Square Duo Die were used, … Continue reading Blender Pen Watercolouring

Christmas in July 1

The Merry Monday challenge has a twist this month. Lesley is taking a blog vacation and has asked that challenges be continued over the next four weeks, using your favourite sketches to date. This week I chose the #1 challenge. I used Sahara Sand for the card base and Cajun Craze for the other colour. … Continue reading Christmas in July 1