Posts tagged ‘Beautiful wings embosslit’

February 18, 2012

A sale-a-bration celebration …

I just love the Everyday Enchantment designer series paper – which is absolutely FREE from Stampin Up with a £45 spend during sale-a-bration!  I love the colours and all the different patterns … gorgeous!  I have two packs of it ….one to use, and one to stroke …. (fellow crafters will know what I mean!)

As the paper is so gorgeous, I used it to make this card for Deborah’s birthday last week. 

Deb is not only my friend but she’s a fellow Pink Lady too.  When we get together the time just flies chatting and giggling about Stampin Up and crafting … sometimes into the wee hours! 

And the birthday cake I made for her had pink roses – pink roses for a Pink Lady – 

I edged the cake with pretty in pink polka dot ribbon from Stampin Up to match …   

Deb was delighted with her cake but didn’t want to cut into it – she said it was too nice to eat! 

So it was a good job I made her some cupcakes to go with it too then…


I used four different embossing folders from Stampin Up to emboss the icing – perfect polka dots, manhattan flower, vintage wallpaper and elegant bouquet – and then added small sugar roses and leaves. 

 I loved that I could give them the Stampin Up treatment! 


All card supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: stamps:  sincere salutations; cardstock: whisper white textured; inks: baja breeze; accessories: baja breeze seam binding ribbon, stamp-a-majig, tombow multipurpose glue, beautiful wings embosslit, big shot machine. 

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November 20, 2011

Tiffany dazzling diamonds, beautiful wings and the wonders of heat and stick …

My daughter loves Tiffany – what’s not to love? – and the new Pool Party in-colour from Stampin’ Up reminds me so much of the Tiffany blue I just had to use it for her birthday card…

I cut out several butterflies in whisper white cardstock using the beautiful wings embosslit and the big shot die cutting machine.  I applied versamark ink to the largest butterfly, covered it with heat and stick powder from Stampin Up – a bargain at only £3.75 – and then heated with my heat gun.  I quickly covered the butterfly with dazzling diamonds and heat set it again with my heat gun. 

The result is a beautiful, sparkling, glittered butterfly which won’t shed it’s glitter – gorgeous! 

I decorated the inside of the card too …

All supplies from Stampin’ Up!

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