Washi tape is the latest craze on the paper crafting scene today. It is reasonably easy to create a faux washi tape look using some border stamps and thin tape. For this DTGD challenge, my card base is Confetti Cream, and my faux washi tape is made on Whisper White card stock as I didn't… Continue reading Reason to Smile Not Quite Cream
Finally trying to catch up on some more challenges. Today, I have combined the Colour Challenge CC383 and the Sketch Challenge SC393 at Splitcoaststampers with the Late Night Stampers Challenge 181 - Layers. The colour challenge called for Raspberry Ripple, Pink Pirouette and Crumb Cake. We don't have Raspberry Ripple in Australia until the new… Continue reading Razzleberry Pirouette Cake
Sounds intriguing doesn't it? Dawn Olchefske showed this wonderful technique on her blog recently and I just had it try it.Thanks Dawn for another great idea. Basically you cut out your layers, hold them together with temporary adhesive and stamp your images. Separate the layers, mat them and complete the card. A beautiful finish. I… Continue reading Triple Time Stamping
This week on Splitcoaststampers, the technique challenge is to use half of it. In other words, use half an image, half a die, you get the picture. The CAS challenge is to layer white on white. I have combined these two challenges to produce this. As expected, the base and layer are both Whisper White.… Continue reading Half of it
My very first Magnolia Down Under Challenge! Many many special thanks must go to Kristie who has very kindly provided me with some stamped images so that I may participate in the challenge. I can see myself getting addicted to these cute stamps. This week, the challenge is sepia. I have always been fascinated by… Continue reading My very first Magnolia Down Under Challenge!