Thursday, 24 November 2011

The Never Ending Card

I'm so excited that I FINALLY figured out how to make these super cute and thrilling cards.  The never ending card, is just that, a card that has no end.  It's difficult to tell how much fun they are in the following photos; but, everyone will LOVE getting one of these cards.

The following card is done up for Christmas, but can easily be changed for any occasion.  I've used the Bright Hopes set from the Holiday Mini catalog.

To book your workshop to learn how to make these cards, please contact me at or 905-320-4477.

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Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Winter is Lovely

 I wanted to create a card using a set that can be used for every occasion.  While I LOVE Christmas and all of our holiday sets, sometimes you can do an equally beautiful card using a more versatile set.  This card was created using Lovely as a Tree.  One of my favourite nature sets, I can use it for almost anything.

Here I've paired it with the "Season's Greetings" from Snow Swirled.  The card is chocolate chip, with an always artichoke embossed accent using the Snow Bursts embossing folder for the big shot.  The trees are stamped in always artichoke on white shimmer paper and matted with bravo burgundy, which I also used for the saying.  Silver brads and cording tie it all together to give this simple card a more elegant look.

To place your order, contact me at or by phone 905-320-4477.  Or if you're ready to order, you can do so directly by visiting my site here.
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Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Hang Your Stockings

More and more these days people seem to be giving Gift Cards for holiday gifts.  Why not package them in this super cute stocking?  This cute gift card holder was created using the Holiday Stocking Die for the Big Shot.  The holy berries from the Stocking Accents Die and the tag using the Small Tag Punch.  One gift card slides easily into the top of the stocking and you can hang this adorable stocking from the loop made from the Early Espresso 3/8" Quilted Satin Ribbon.  You may also notice some snowflake detail on the stocking and that was created using the Frostwood Lodge DSP.  
For more information on how to create this adorable stocking gift card holder, you can contact me at or 905-320-4477
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Monday, 21 November 2011

ONLINE Extravaganza!

From November 21 (today) until November 30, select items are up to 60% off!  What a great way to get your Christmas shopping done quickly and easily!

You can order online or contact me directly to place your order.  You can also call me at 905-320-4477.

If you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to contact me. 

Happy shopping!
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Friday, 4 November 2011

Elegant and Bright

Don't you just LOVE this beautiful card?  This is one of the samples I made at Stamp-a-Rama back in October.  This fancy fold card features the new Bright Hopes set and is just amazing.  A little bit of the silver glimmer paper and embossing using the Snow Burst embossing folder for the big shot and you have a holiday card that will make everyone say "ooooh".  

If you want to make your family and friends "ooooh" with delight, contact me today to find out how you can get the supplies to make this gorgeous card. 
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Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Reflection Card

Lovely As a Tree is one of my favourite sets.  It is so versatile and pretty, you can use it for just about anything.
At Stamp-a-Rama, a few weeks ago, we made this beautiful holiday card featuring Lovely As A Tree and  Welcome Christmas.

This card features the reflection technique.  Book your workshop today to learn how you too, can create this beautiful card.
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Exciting News!

The FREE Big Shot promotion has been carried over until November 11!

Contact me today to find out how you can get yours!
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Stamp-a-Rama fun

This past weekend I attended Stamp-a-Rama, an all day stamping event for Stampin' Up! enthusiasts.

The day started at 10am with some mingling and a chance to walk around the room and see the many samples and ideas provided by demonstrators. I was honored to have some of my work included; but, I'll share that in a different post.
This was also our chance to assemble our stamp set, if needed, and put our tickets in for the door prizes.

At 10:30 the festivities began with a welcome and a brief outline to our day. Some door prizes were drawn and
Then we started our sessions. In the morning we were divided into groups to visit, round robin, the WOW demonstrations. These are tutorials on how to create projects that make you go "wow". Some of them we got to make others we just learned how to do. Here are a couple of the samples we didn't get a chance to create ourselves.

We had lunch, more prizes were drawn and just had fun!

Overall, it was an amazing day and I can't wait to teach the new techniques I learned at your workshops!

Contact me to learn more about getting fabulous products for FREE just by having a few friends over!
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