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Uniquely Wonderful

Cardmaking, Colouring By 24th October, 2018 Tags: , , , ,

I’m back on the Seven Hills Crafts blog again today with a really simple one layer card using the Mama Elephant Cat’s Meow stamp set. This was partly colouring practice for me and partly a colour play with the sentiment. Starting with an A6 white blending cardstock panel, I stamped out the background of cats from the Cat’s Meow set…

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Floating Watercolour Wishes

Cardmaking By 12th September, 2018 Tags: , , , , ,

It’s Wednesday again and I’m back on the Seven Hills Crafts blog with some watercolour inspiration. When I saw that Avery Elle had released this Floating Wishes set, I immediately thought of watercolour and metallics! I started with an A2 watercolour cardstock panel die cut with a Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle. I arranged the celebrate sentiment and balloon from the Floating…

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Peek-a-Boo!

Cardmaking By 29th August, 2018 Tags: , , ,

This week over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog, I bring you some cheeky little animals playing peek-a-boo! That little sloth is definitely my favourite! These cards can be customised for any colour theme and depending upon the sentiment used, can be used for a variety of occasions. I’m looking forward to doing a Christmassy version with the Polar set…

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Rock On! Birthday Mashup

Cardmaking By 20th June, 2018 Tags: , , , , , ,

It’s Wednesday again and I’m back on the Seven Hills Crafts blog with a project featuring a mix and match of Waffle Flower, Lawn Fawn and Mama Elephant products. I love the Rock On! stamp set from Waffle Flower and even though I’m jumping on the same bandwagon as fellow DT member Jill this week, I have a trio of…

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Gerbil Tank Card

Cardmaking By 21st April, 2018 Tags: , , , ,

It’s a fabulously sunny Saturday here in the UK and I have a fun card to share with you featuring the HeffyDoodle Hello Squeakheart stamp set. This one is dedicated to Lesley Oman’s little cutie, Fiskars, the long tailed gerbil! This A6 sized card is a little more complicated than my usual style, but the idea is loosely based around…

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