The Plush Vellum DSP is beautiful in white, but you can use Blends to add colour directly onto the plush surface. Do one colour at a time, and use a piece of scrap paper to cover areas you've already done before placing your hand on it, as the colour will stay wet for a short while (ask me how I know!!!).
For the September Class by Post, I'm showcasing the Poinsettia Place suite, and I wanted to show how it wasn't just a set for Christmas. I made some customer thank you cards in August using the Poinsettia stamps and dies, but with a lovely autumnal feel. Below you'll see pictures of how to do easy stamping on diecuts using the Stamparatus. Now, I know you can stamp an image, then line the die around it before you cut it out, but if you're doing this a lot, it can take a while. It's far quicker to bulk cut your [...]
Week 14 on the CASE challenge is a gorgeous two tone design by Darlene McCallum, more info here. Her lovely card was great for a birthday, but I'm in a more festive mood right now. This month saw the launch of the brand new Snowflake Showcase, a simply stunning set of stamps and thinlits that I just knew would be perfect for this challenge. I started with a Night of Navy base, with a layer of Silver foil on top. I then cut another layer of Night of Navy, and sliced it diagonally along the top. These three layers [...]
Week 13 on the CASE challenge is this beautifully elegant card by Julia Carmichael, more info here. The stamping off technique is simple but effective, and can be used in so many different ways. I decided to go festive, and so started off with thick Very Vanilla for my card base. I used the Peaceful Noel stamp set, with it's lovey winter foliage images. I stamped in Tranquil Tide, Merry Merlot and Soft Suede, with each one also stamped off to get the fainter shadow image beside it. To make things easy, I used my Layering Squares framelits to cut [...]