Birthday Cupcakes

Hello Everyone,

I love how this card turned out, pretty and simple design but really effective.

The card base was built from Whisper White card stock. A smaller panel adhered to black card stock before adding to the base.

The cupcakes and sentiment were stamped on to a separate sheet and allowed to dry.

Each cake was coloured with watercolour pencils and a blender pen then cut out with a 1-1/2 inch circle punch. Dimensionals were used to add them to the card. An extra dimensional was put behind the centre one for extra depth.

The sentiment was trimmed down and also added with dimensionals.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked to the online store below.

I would love to be your demonstrator.

Don’t forget to check out Sale-a-bration and the free products available when you spend multiples of £45.

If your shopping wish list gets to £99, there’s no better time to join my team. You can choose £170 worth of products to be included in your personal starter kit; add a little extra and receive an exclusive Stampin’ Up! Craft & Carry tote.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!

Verity xx

Product List

Blender Pens

[102845]

£11.25

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InspireINK Blog Hop – Romance

Good Morning,

Welcome to January’s InspireINK blog hop. This month we are getting romantic with our theme….

As always please click the next button at the bottom of this post to carry on hopping through the other projects.

My project uses the Dear Doily bundle…. It is Pink but there’s not a heart in sight.

To make the background, I heat embossed the small doily image across the bottom corner of the card.

Pink inks were added over the top. The embossed areas resist the ink.

The larger portion of the sentiment was added with Lovely Lipstick ink.

Using the Stamparatus, two of the florals were stamped with Granny Apple Green and Lovely Lipstick inks. These were die cut and adhered to the card.

The second portion of the sentiment was then added over the top of stems with a small Die cut element underneath.

Please click the next button to continue to Linda’s project.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed below.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin ‘!

Verity xx

Product List

Aqua Painters

[103954]

£16.00

Stamparatus

[148187]

£46.00

Watercolour Rooster

Good Morning,

I have to admit this guy was not top of my list to choose as a Sale-a-bration freebie…. But look how cute this card is, super pleased with the watercolouring!

If you do not know what Sale-a-bration is all about click below to see more about the offers available.

I started by stamping the rooster and sentiment with black waterproof ink using the Stamparatus. While that dried completely, the background layer was stamped with Crushed Curry ink.

Acrylic blocks make fantastic little watercolour palettes. Whether the ink is taken from an ink pad or a Stampin’ Write marker this is perfect for smaller projects. The blocks are easily cleaned with a cloth or Stampin’ Shammy.

I used my aquapainter to add colour to the image.

I decided to stick to a neutral card base, using Crumb Cake card stock.

The stamped topper was adhered to the base using dimensionals.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked to the online store below.

I would love to be your demonstrator.

Don’t forget to see more about Sale-a-bration and the free products available when you spend multiples of £45.

If your shopping wish list gets to £99, there’s no better time to join my team. You can choose £170 worth of products to be included in your personal starter kit; add a little extra and receive an exclusive Stampin’ Up! Craft & Carry tote.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!

Verity xx

Product List

Stamparatus

[148187]

£46.00

Aqua Painters

[103954]

£16.00

Project Share Project

Hi there,

Today is the day I share projects made by my crafting friends… All of them feature balloons!

Heidi has made this unusual fancy fold card.

See more on Heidi’s blog here

Angelina has used this popular hostess stamp set.

See more on Angelina’s blog here

Helzie has made a cute layered watercoloured card.

See more on her blog here

I hope you enjoyed these projects.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!

Verity xx

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Inspire.Create #027

This week marks the first anniversary of the amazing Inspire.Create challenge blog!

Congratulations to Hannah McCurley for making it all happen.

So the theme challenge is……

You can see what the design team have made here! Why don’t you join in too?

I have created a bright congratulations card featuring Petal Palette and the Buffalo Check background.

The check was stamped with Lemon Lime Twist ink and cut down to size… (I didn’t measure it). I also cut a piece of white card stock and stamped the leaves. This was added to a Lovely Lipstick card base.

The flowers were watercoloured with Lemon Lime Twist and Lovely Lipstick inks before Die Cutting. These were adhered with dimensionals.

The sentiment was tucked in to the flowers also using dimensional adhesive.

A few artisan pearls completed the card.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed below.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!

Verity xx

Product List

Aqua Painters

[103954]

£15.50

Merry Christmas To You

Good Morning Everybody,

Today’s card is a C. A. S. E of a card from The Creative Watermelon. You can see her original design here.

I really liked the watercoloured circle of Kaylee’s card. For my version, I used the Emboss resist technique.

The light bulbs from the Making Christmas Bright stamp set was stamped with clear versamark ink and heat embossed with clear powder.

Ink was pressed on to an acrylic block and added over the top of the embossing.

A white card layer Die cut with a layering circle die. The watercoloured piece was adhered behind the aperture and added to a Real Red card base.

Black card stock was die cut with an adhesive sheet on the back. The word could then be adhered straight on to the card.

The rest of the sentiment was heat embossed in white and then adhered with dimensionals.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked to the online store below.

I would love to be your demonstrator.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!

Verity xx

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Project Share Project

Hi there,

It’s Thursday, which means another Project Share.

My crafty friends have been busy creating so many lovely things. Please click the links to see the full project.

First up this week is Heidi of Flutterby Heidi. This Darling little box is the perfect new home gift package, such a brilliant idea.

See more here

Helzie has used this adorable stamp set to make this bright and happy card…. That little fella looks so excited.

See more here

And Hannah has demonstrated how to achieve a watercolour effect on coloured card stock for a completely different look.

See more here.

I hope the ladies have inspired you as much as they have me.

Thanks for stopping by today and happy Stampin’!

Verity xx

Product List

Simply Scored

[122334]

£27.00