This page is to show some simple tutorials. Click on the photograph to take you to the tutorial.

My Tutorials:

Accordion Card

Alter Framelit Size


Double Sided Step Card

Centre Step Card

Faux Silk

Vintage Verses Felted Gumball

Felted Cardstock

Glue Dots

Thoughts & Prayers Pop Out Swing Macaron

Pop Out Swing Card

Serene Silhouettes Split Ivory Artichoke

Split Negative

Sweetbriar Rose Daffodil Spotlight


Stained Glass

Trifold Angle Card

Trifold Shutter Card

Wax Paper Resist

Stampin’ Up! Tutorials:

Visit the Stampin’ Up! You Tube Channel for all their latest video tutorials. Here are a couple of quick videos showing different methods of watercolouring.



Paper Ornaments


Paper Bows

Stampin' Up! Paper Flowers

Paper Flowers

If you have any questions, I would love to answer them for you. Just leave a comment on this page or email me.




  1. Thank you once again Veronica for your kind words. I think that the tissue paper technique is also known as faux silk. I haven’t used this for a while. I will get a tutorial up in the next few days.


  2. Hi Annette, have just been browsing yet again through some of your pages. I do love doing this and find things that inspire me to go look at my stash and rethink how I use them.
    Have watched your tutorial on Wax Paper resist, it was great, many thanks for that.
    Are you familier with the paper tissue technique? I have seen it menioned on a couple of cards on the web but don’t know what it is or how to do it. Any chance of a tutorial on it if you are familiar with it?
    Again, many thanks for a lovely site and one that is easy to get around on.


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