Thursday, December 2, 2010

December ILWS Design Team goodies

Well, here we are, the first of another month.

22 shopping days until Christmas.

23 days until we can legitimately open the presents we have been spending those 23 days sneaking peeks at trying to figure out what they are :)

And 29 days until the ILWS Gallery bingo begins! Woo hooo!!! Free stamps and goodies being given away by me over at ILWS!

But, onto a project for today.

We are having Christmas here in the UK this year. This will be Kayleighs second Christmas, but first where she is aware of it. Most specifically aware of the tree and all its decorations!

Now, I love my Christmas tree - I have 2 themes for it, a blue and silver one, and a pink, copper, gold and burgundy theme.

Both themes involve a lot of glass and crystal ornaments - not exactly toddler proof!

So, I have decided over the next 10 days until we actually put up the tree that I am going to make some simple paper ornaments to decorate the tree with. Yes, they will take time, but in the end, if they get destroyed by the kid, it wont matter.

So, here are two that I have done up so far.

The first I stamped and punched 6 ornaments from the Stampin'Up set Contempo Christmas in Pear Pizzaz on white cardstock. I glued them back to back with a loop of gold cord running between them. Very simple to do. You can do long ones of 3 like this, doubles with only 2, or short and sweet singles.


This next one I cut out 4 trees using the PaperTrey Ink christmas tree die, and stamped on them with wild wasabi and Baroque Motifs from Stampin'Up. folded them in half, and glued them together with some gold cord in the centre to hang them from.

The rhinestones are from Stampin'Up as well. I have coloured them using a deep red Tria marker. These are the same as Copics, so you can use those as well.



To see more wonderful creations from the ILWS Design Team, visit the gallery! To play along with them, you can view the DT challenges here!

Well, that is todays post. Hopefully it wont be 2 months until the next one!

Oh - and for the gallery bingo over at ILWS - you can get all the details here!

Friday, October 1, 2010

October 1st means a new SU catty year!!


Well, it is officially live!!

Stampin'Up's new catalogue - 20 pages longer, loads of new accessories and stamps, and of course the new super exciting clear mount stamps!! I am so excited for these - I love the space savings, and cost savings as well! Same great high quality rubber, so same great high quality stamping!

You can browse the on-line version of the new catalogue and idea book by clicking on the image to the right.

Below are two creations made using some of the new goodness from the catalogue. I have used some of the fabby new greenhouse gala DSP and the new Ornate Flower stamp set for making a mini cork notice board. I have stamped the greeting with the just perfect alpha (and believe me, it is just the perfect alpha set!). Finished it off with some of the new narrow 1/8" ribbon in daffodil delight - which is just a fabulous new colour!




This luminary below is once again decorated with the scalloped circle flowers punched from the greenhouse gala DSP. I have stamped the vellum with the toile background stamp in pear pizazz(one of the new in colours!) and embossed with clear embossing powder.


Well, I hope you enjoyed, and have a look through the new catalogue on line. If there is anything you would like, contact me on stamps at continuingtime dot com to place your order!

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Thanks for the memories!

Well, Stampin'Up has released their retired list (see image link to the right) and to help in saying a fond farewell to some of our favourite retired items there is a blog hop!

So, welcome to my stop!

If you are arriving from the wonderful Michelle welcome! Were her cards not beautiful??? Love them!

So, here is my small contribution to the hop. I am sorry it is less than I usually do, but I have family in town, and have been busy playing tour guide!

I decided to use one of my favourite stamp sets - Live your dream - for a few reasons. One, it is a very versatile set. You get large and small images, giving you flexibility to do both large and small cards with ease. I also love the quote (personal fav!) and the journalling lines stamp in this set - the only one of its kind in the current catty! If you are a scrapbooker, you will love this set for that stamp! I use it loads! Plus, it makes a great background stamp as well.

Anyways, here is a cute note card trio - to show you how quick and easy you can do thank-you notes with this set.




I used some of the lovely floral striped paper from the retiring Tea & Crumpets DSP for the bottom part of my note card. Then, using a 2x2 square, stamped the smaller images and greeting in pretty in pink, so saffron and always artichoke inks. Matted onto some close to coco cardstock, and voila! Quick, cute and easy thank you notes!

I hope you have enjoyed this brief stop on the hop, and next up is Karen!

Cheers,
Karin

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Stampin'Up Last Chance List is here!!




Well, here is the official last chance list from Stampin'Up! You can download the complete PDF by clicking on the icon on the right menu bar.

Many items are retiring, including many colours of paper and inks! Stock up now while you can, because come October 1st they are gone!

Contact me to place your order.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

PTI day with friends

Well, on Sunday the 22 I went to a PTI (PaperTrey Ink) get together with some friends.

We all brought a shoebox swap project for the others to make, and our amazing hostess Val made up the most adorable goodie bags you could imagine full of PTI goodness :)

Below are some photos - the first of the PTI goodie bag Val did.


And here is a photo of my swap item, a 6x6 scrapbook page, and my card candy I made up for everyone for the card candy swap as well.



For my card candy I used PTI Baby button bits stamp set, and assorted cardstocks and inks from both PTI and Stampin'Up. The buttons are all from PTI.

For my swap page, I used Stampin'Up Kraft and Razzleberry cardstock and ink, and some SU naturals ivory CS for the tag and of course some SU Razzleberry dotted ribbon. The stamps are all from PTI from their "Life" and "Journaling Lines" sets. Added a bit of glitter and voila!


It was so much fun, we are thinking of holding another near Christmas, and again near Easter!

Cheers,
Karin

ps - thank-you Vannesa for letting me use your photos, as I forgot to take any of my stuff!

Monday, August 9, 2010

ILWS Design Team Challenge Page

Well, a new month means a new set ILWS Design Team Challenges!

Every month on the 1st, there are 4 wonderful challenges posted over at ILWS, and a gallery full of inspiration from the design team.

This month, one of our challenges is a sketch challenge.

So, I had this wonderful photo of Kayleigh taken when we were back home visiting family, and I knew just how to scrap it!



Very quick and simple, but cute and effective! Used some of the wonderful Night & Day DSP from SU, and assorted red ribbons from my huge (and I do mean HUGE) basket of ribbons. Matted the photo on some red cardstock. The medallion in the bottom right is stamped in white craft ink and embossed with clear embossing powder. Punched some red paper, and wrote the info with a black journalling marker.

If you like this layout, you can check out the sketch that inspired it HERE along with all the other DT challenges for this month.

Cheers,
Karin

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Two Steppin' in to a Blog Hop!

Welcome to your next stop on the blog hop!

Wasn't Gemmas creation just wonderful !!!

Well, I am featuring the wonderfully versatile set Loads of Love, and Loads of Love Accessories.

This first one is a cute 6x6 page. The pumpkin stamp from the accessories set is perfect for the photo of my Dad, Sister, niece, daughter and I around a giant pumpkin that my dad grew last summer in his garden. We had the two babies sitting on the pumpkin - it was just so cute with the cousins together.


My dad late entered the pumpkin in the giant vegetable category at the local Fall Fair for Labour Day weekend. He came in 2nd. First was about 3 times as big as this one!

It took 4 guys to load the pumpkin into my dads pickup truck!

This second page is done to show that you can do a girlie style project with these two sets - you just have to think outside of the box...... or truck as the case may be!



I used the flowers to create some flower baskets to act as some beautiful page accents.

I really hope you have enjoyed my creations and the blog hop so far. Your next stop is Carolyn!

Have fun!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

New Classes posted!

OK - I have posted the details on new classes - please click on the Classes link near the top of the page.

If you are interested in a class, please contact me on:

stamps AT continuingtime DOT com

Cheers,
Karin

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Sorry to be MIA for so long...

But the holidays in Canada kinda knocked the socks off of Kayleigh and I.

Only now am I getting back into my rubber room :)

Nothing too flash to show right now, but here is a double page spread I did for two wedding albums I whipped up before my trip to Canada. Yes..... 2 albums. 20 pages each. Thankfully they were in very similar colours, so that really helped!

This DPS has a total of 4 photo mats for 4x6 photos, and behind each mat is a glassine bag with a tag in it with a heart attached (to help pull the tag out of the bag). These tags are for the journalling to go with the photos.


And sorry for the super small photo - I have no idea what has happened?????

Anyways, the DSP is from the lovely Night and Day pack, with some torn black cardstock for the edge. Riding Hood Red for the photo mats and heart tags.

Very quick and simple layout, but have to be when you need to do 40 pages in one weekend! I will try to post more photos of the rest of the layouts later this week.

Cheers,
Karin

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

June ILWS Design Team

Well, here are two of my submissions to the June edition of the ILWS Design Team Challenges and Gallery.

The first is for the "stitching - real or faux" challenge.



I tore strips of black and white cardstock, and strips of the night and day DSP, then layered them, curled them with my fingers, and tore into the curled edge. I then added a strip of printed black grosgrain ribbon from my stash, and layered it all ontop of a piece of the dotted transparency that comes in the night and day DSP pack. The stitching comes into effect along the top. This is how I attached it all to the card base! Stitched it all together with black thread and my sewing machine!

This second card is based on the inspiration piece (here).



Very simple card, with clean lines. I started with a Kraft base, and took a strip of perfect plum DSP and tore one edge and adhered to the card base. I then took a second bit of Kraft cardstock, and tore an edge, and stamped my image onto it. I coloured my image with elegant eggplant and old olive markers. Then stamped my greeting with eggplant as well.

I then decided it needed a bit of sparkle to really make the plum strip of DSP stand out more, so I took my two way glue pen and ran it down the torn edges, and sprinkled on the dazzling diamonds to make it really....... well...... dazzle!

I hope you enjoy, and please do take a look at the ILWS DT challenges here!

Sunday, June 6, 2010

New product blog hop...

Welcome!



I hope you enjoyed the fabulous work of the wonderful Kim's blog.

Well, I have a few little samples lined up for you. First up is a mini album. This is a simple 4x6 mini album with 4 pages, plus a scrumptious cover using the Cottage Wall Printed transparent overlays. All I did was cut a 12x12 sheet of the transparent overlay into 3 strips, each 4x12, then scored and folded in half. The pages are one sheet of the A4 Razzleberry (new fav colour!) cut lengthwise into a 4" wide strip and then folded in half.



I used the crop-a-dial to punch two holes through everything, and threaded some of the spotty razzleberry ribbon through them and tied a little bow.

Finished off the mini album with some of the Cottage Wall DSP (new fav paper) and some photo mats for wallets and trimmed down 4x6 photos. Now all I need to do is add the photos - once those arrive from the printers!


This next project was done as I needed to create a luggage tag for my trip to Canada. Needed to be unique, so hand made fit the bill perfectly! And, what better excuse to play with new goodies then an "I HAVE to make this - I need to - honest!!!"



Very cute and simple. The base is some of the cottage wall DSP, and I stamped the greeting from Live your Dream across the top in Razzleberry ink. The circular tag in the centre is made by folding a strip of DSP in half, then punching it out, but leaving a gap at the top when you punch so when you open your punched shape, it opens like a card, with the two sides still attached at the spine. I stamped on the front of the punched circle again in razzleberry using the live your dream set. The inside I punched two smaller circles out of some plain sticky lable paper (you know - the ones you use for mailing lables) and wrote my contact details on there - Canada on one side, the UK on the other!

And, if you have stuck with me this long, here is the last project.

A nice and simple 6x6 card done with Kraft cardstock as the base, and stamped with white craft ink and soft suede ink using the little flower from the one of a kind stamp set. I then took a strip of melon mambo CS and punched one edge with the spiral punch, and then stamped the row of little flowers in white craft along the top, and tied a ribbon around it.



The large flower is stamped in soft suede onto Kraft cardstock, and then the centre is stamped in suede onto some melon mambo, then cut out and mounted ontop. The greeting is simply stamped and cut by hand. A very quick and easy card, but I do love the tone on tone of the Kraft and Suede colours, and adding some melon mambo to really make it pop. A little goes a long way with this colour!

I hope you are enjoying the blog hop - Sarah is up next!

Friday, May 14, 2010

Well, here are two easy but elegant scrapbook layouts that I did for the May Design Team Challenges over at In Love With Stamping.

They were both done as part of the not-so-limited limited supply challenge. I say that because while we were limited in what we could use, there was still loads of flexibility to create so much variation in the challenge samples. You really should check out the DT Gallery.

This first scrapbook page is a 12x12, and done with a Kraft base, and brocade blue, very vanilla cardstock and some of the wonderful Bella Blue DSP. Love this paper pack, one of my favourites.

Very simple to do, just tore strips of paper for the top (hint: save on paper by only doing skinny strips of the blue and white, they do not have to be full width!) and cut two photo mats to put some 4x6 photos on. This is another page for my wedding album. I am trying to get it done. We are coming up on our 5 year wedding anniversary, and I still have not finished our wedding album. Have done many others in those 5 years for family and friends, but still working on ours.


Anyway, the greeting and roses along the bottom are stamped in versamark, then I used some cream embossing powder that had some gold glitter in it, and heat set it. Once the embossing powder was set, I took my versamark pen and coloured in the roses to give them a bit of depth. See - there is a great use for the versamark pen!

My next layout is a 6x6 one, and uses the Vintage Vogue stamp set. Again, a Kraft CS base, with a very vanilla mat, and again the Bella Blue DSP with some Not Quite Navy cardtock as well. I stamped the Friend stamp onto some very vanilla CS and cut it out, with the word friend separate. For the large flower from the set, I inked it up with not quite navy ink, and stamped off onto some scrap paper, then rolled the edges of the flower again in not quite navy ink to give it a graduated two-tone effect. This technique is called rock'n'roll.



I finished it off with a blue rhinestone brad in the centre of the flowers. Again, a very quick and simple layout to do, but I like quick and simple, or easily elegant as I call them!

Cheers,
Karin

Monday, May 10, 2010

May ILWS Design Team Challenges

Well, as many of you know, on the first of the month, the ILWS Design Team releases 4 challenges on the site, and a gallery full of ideas and inspiration to help you get crafting for the challenges.

One of May's challenges was brayering. While I have played with this technique a few times in the past, it is only with this challenge that I have pushed myself out of my comfort zone with the challenge.

So, my first card is using the divine Vintage Vogue stamp set from the current SU mini catalogue. This set has become my new go to set. Love it. Have to force myself to put it away and not use it on everything I do!

Anyway, the card uses riding hood red and pink pirouette, two of the new colours we will be getting with the Stampin'Up colour renovation in the new catalogue.

I have taken a panel of whisper white cardstock, and brayered it up with pink pirouette, and then riding hood red on the outside edges. Now, to get a nice soft even colour with no lines from the edge of my brayer, I first inked the brayer up, then took off all the excess ink onto a scrap piece of paper by rolling my brayer in one direction only. This is the trick as it then takes the ink of evenly. I then start at the outside edge of my white card, and brayer again rolling my brayer in one direction only - top to bottom - then picking the brayer up and returning to the top to do the next "layer" of ink. I do this slowly working my way to the centre of the card.

It is a bit slower going this way, but it is so much easier to add more ink than it is to take the extra off the paper.

So, with the pink, I went to the centre of the paper, and with the red I just did the outer edges. I then stamped my images with pink in the centre, and red along the outside to create the vine like frame. The rest is stamped onto white and cut out and popped up using dimensionals with some small flat back pearls for the centre of the flowers.


This card uses the same brayering technique as described above, but I used perfect plum and elegant eggplant inks.

The stamps are from Lavinia stamps, but everything else is from SU.



So, would you like to see some more wonderful samples from the ILWS Design Team?

If so, you can visit the DT Gallery, and play along with the DT challenges!

I cant wait to see what you create!

Cheers,
Karin

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Chalked thanks

So - how many of you have the wonderful Stampin'Up chalks? How many of you hardly ever use them?

Well, as part of the April Design Team challenge at ILWS, we were challenged to dust of those chalks and use them in any way we wanted.

So, I call this technique the "bulletin board chalk technique". It is the same as the blackboard technique, but because I used Kraft card instead of black, it looks like a bulletin board instead.


Anyways, you stamp your image with white craft ink on your dark coloured cardstock, then using you chalk and a cotton swap, apply your chalk by dabbing it onto your white stamped image.

The end result is a soft cloud looking image as the chalk leaves different levels of colour intensity. Give it a quick dust with a dry paint brush to remove any excess chalk, and finish your card as desired.

Supplies: All from Stampin'Up.
Kraft CS, Whisper White CS, creamy caramel classic ink, kraft taffeta ribbon, white craft ink and taken with teal chalk.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

11 New and Exciting Products!

Well, Stampin'Up has just release 11 new and exciting products for us!

This lovely new coordinating set of products feature 3 of the new colours we will be getting in the new catalogue on October 1st! Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry and Soft Suede.


Here are the colours. We will be getting A4 cardstock, matching inks, ribbons, DSP and printed window sheets! All just divine!


Melon Mambo, Rich Razzleberry, Soft Suede

Some of the wonderful new spotty grosgrain ribbon above, and the delicious new Cottage Wall designer patterned paper below.
And of course, how can I forget the divine new printed acetate overlays??

If you are interested in any of this exciting new product from Stampin'Up, please contact me for ordering details!

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Kids birthday card

Well, one of Kayleighs friends from toddler group turned one last month, so of course I had to make the card. But, I have to be honest that despite the fact I have a little girl, I really do not have that many "kids" themed stamps. Hmmmmm....... excuse to go shopping I think :)

Anyways, I did manage to get a cute (if I do say myself) birthday card made.

Started with a white base, and trimmed a bit off the edge. Scalloped a strip of green galore cardstock, and attached. Then, using the balloon image from Crazy for Cupcakes, I stamped it 3 times with basic black ink right onto my card base.

I then stamped it again onto scraps of turquoise, pink and purple, and then coated with a nice thick coat of crystal effects. Once dry, I cut out the balloon and adhered over top of the plain stamped balloon on the card base.



Stamped the greeting onto s strip of yellow card, and did a ribbon tail snip on one edge, and adhered to the card. Finished it off by taking a bit of turquoise ribbon and tying it around a small paperclip, and slipping the clip onto the greeting.

All in all, a cute, bright, cheery kids birthday card.

Hope you enjoy!

Cheers,
Karin

Monday, April 19, 2010

Scrapbook page and Card for a challenge

OK - so here is a wonderful scrapbook page I have done for our family photo - when we get the photo taken that is! But, once we do, I have got the layout done at least! So half way there!





This lovely layout is done using a sheet of bashful blue DSP and not quite navy and old olive CS for the photo mat. I stamped the large swirl from Baroque Motifs in not quite navy straight onto the patterned paper. This adds some nice patterned detail, and looks eyecatching when done on DSP. I used some of the deliscious wide striped old olive ribbon along the bottom.

The flower stems are just super thin strips of old olive cardstock that I have twisted and twisted and twisted. I glued them down using some tombow. The leaves are from the 5-petal flower punch - I just trimmed them off to create a leaf.

The flowers are punched with the boho blossoms punch and then inked with some not quite navy ink and adhered. Finished it off with some buttons, and a stamped and punched butterfly from flight of the butterfly.

Now, for a special twist, I have done this card based on one of the ILWS Design Team challenges and the above scrapbook page.



Same basic idea as the above scrapbook page, however for the ILWS challenge of "two brads, two buttons and ONE stamped image" I used two of the wonderful filligree brads as flowers. One of the buttons is actually a clear button with a rub-on transfer flower on it.

If you have seen anything that you like, contact me to place your order!

Cheers,
Karin

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Registration deadline extended

OK - there are still a few spots for my Scrapbooking class on May 1st. So, to give you a chance to get those seats, I have decided to extend the registration deadline until April 21st. This is the latest I can leave it and still make sure you get all your kit supplies for the class.

So, if you are interested, please contact me.

Same extended deadline for my open house and Vintage Vogue class, so register while there are still spaces!

Monday, April 12, 2010

For my upcomming scrapbook class I have been working on various samples and templates.

Here are two using the wonderful Love Stories simply scrappin kit.




If you are interested in taking my Scrapbooking for Beginners class, then here are all the details:

Date: May 1st - International Scrapbooking Day
Time: 11:30 to 3:30
Location: LeMarie Centre, Watford (lots of free parking in ASDA right behind the centre)
Cost: £60

The cost of the class includes the following:

Your choice of 4 custom starter kits containing:
Cardstock
Patterned paper
Adhesive
Journaling pens (one black, one white)
Scissors
Ribbon
Self adhesive die-cuts
Brads, buttons, and other embellishments
Optional extras of an album (£20) and paper trimmer (£17)

If you would like to take this class, please RSVP by the 18th of April to reserve your seat as spaces are limited. For those that RSVP and pre-pay on time you will receive a special gift from me, and be entered into a special prize draw.

Contact me to register for this class now!

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Stampin'Up Colour Renovation!!

Stampin' Up! announcement a shake up of the Standard Stampin' UP! colour families and individual colours. What this means is we will be getting 15 NEW COLOURS!

Now, in order to make room for these 15 new colours, we do have to say a fond farewell to some colours. But, not to worry, this will not happen until the new catalogue comes out in October, so you have lots of time still.

If you are building up your colour collections, you may want to take a look at the list below and only buy colours that are staying.

If there is a colour that you love which will be retiring at the end of September, you've got six months notice to fill up on your inkpads, refills, cardstock colours before you won't be able to get it again.

Here is a look at the colours we will be saying farewell to at the end of September:



And here is the colour chart showing you the new "Colour Collections" - can you spot the 15 new colours?



And, as if that was not enough - we will be getting IN-COLOURS!!

We will get 5 new exciting and fresh in-colours in October, and they will stick around for 2 years. Then, next year we will get 5 more new in-colours that again will stick around for 2 years. So on the 3rd year, the first set of 5 in-colours will retire, and we will get 5 more new colours and so on!

I am super excited about this!!

But, dont forget, we have also just received our new spring-summer mini catalogue - so there is still 6 months to go!

New Classes!

OK - my new classes have been posted - you can get all the details here

First is a vintage vogue class featuring a lovely vintage style.


The second is a beginners scrapbooking class.


RSVP by April 18th for your class, and get a special thank-you gift from me at your class!

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

New goodies from the new mini


Well, here is a super sweet 3x3 note card I made to feature the wonderful new bird punch.


The base is sage shadow, with natural ivory mat. I used the new choco chip satin ribbon, and stamped the greeting below from Vintage Vogue. I also used the boarder from the same set along the top again in sage shadow ink.

I punched the bird and branch from the To the Nines speciality DSP and the wing separately from the naturals ivory CS.

Cheers,
Karin

Saturday, April 3, 2010

April Cup Challenge!!

Just a reminder that this evening is full of fun challenges and chatter over at ILWS with our April Cup Challenge.

Registration starts at 5pm, and the first challenge is posted at 7pm. All the fun goes until midnight, so please join us :)

Cheers,
Karin

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Mini Blog Hop Time!!!




Welcome welcome!!!

I hope you have had a wonderful hop so far, and have been super inspired by what you have seen! Was Hayley's project not just amazing?!?!

I have to admit, I had a hard time deciding what to show you from all the wonderful little goodies I have made with some of the exciting stuff from the new mini.

In the end, I kept adding photo after photo.......



................ so enjoy!!!


Above: a wonderful 12x12 scrapbook layout done with pale plum and going grey textured cardstock, and perfect plum striped DSP. I used the very vintage wheel and basic black in to put its lovely distressed pattern ontop of the stripes. Stamped the dreamy large flower from Vintage Vogue in Perfect Plum and Pale Plum inks onto whisper white CS and cut out. Finished with some moss taffeta ribbon, some silk flowers that I dyed with Perfect Plum re-inker, and some clear rhinestone brads to add that all important bling!


After the Vintage Vogue stamp set, I firmly believe that the heavenly Night & Day DSP is my number 2 pick from our new mini! It is a must! Here, I have layered it behind the Fresh Cuts die cut note card. Makes for super simple and elegant thank-you cards.



And number 3 on my must have list from the new mini is the Sweet Pea Stitched Felt! I have used it here to brighten up an altered mini note book from SU along with one of our rub-ons. This stitched felt is so wonderful, you dont even need to stamp!


Finally, what would a blog hop be without some chocolate???? Here are some pink and red chocolate candy hearts in one of the wonderful new Sweet Treat cups!! Talk about the ultimate way to make one of a kind party favours with these! Here, I have place it in the centre of one of our scalloped circle cards, and embellished the front with the Vintage Vogue stamp set (I think my new go to set!) and some lovely flat back pearls from the pretties kit.

Overall, this new mini has something for everyone, no matter your taste, style, or the occasion. So, if you have seen something you like, contact me to place your order!


And now off to Michelles blog for some more wonderful ideas that are sure to inspire :)

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Olympia Stitch & Craft show

Have had a wonderful time at the show - and to everyone that I met there, I hope you did as well!

If you are interested in anything from our chats on the stand, please contact me to discuss further :)

Cheers,
Karin

Monday, March 1, 2010

Perfect Pairs!





Stampin'Up is having a wonderful promotion for the month of March - buy a qualifying stamp set and receive the coordinating punch for 20 percent off!

Plus, be the first to purchase the brand-new Full Heart punch—now available in the United Kingdom for one month only (or while supplies last)! This punch works beautifully with the Simply Said stamp set.

For the complete list of stamp sets and matching punches, view the flyer below.


To place your order, please e-mail me