Posts tagged ‘Four frames’

July 10, 2012

Lilies for Lily – an everyday enchantment …

Well, my cake class has finished for the summer, so I have a break now until class starts again in the autumn term.

For our final project we made lilies. I had lots of homework to do, as well as class time, but here’s my finished cake – all made from sugar – what do you think?

The lilies took hours of work, but they were hours of fun too!  They are not perfect but they are not bad for a first attempt.

My mum would have loved it, and I finished the cake on what would have been her birthday last weekend – this only made me think of her even more than usual – lilies for Lily… *

Do you remember this floral card I made a while back?

 

I made if for my cake teacher as she loves Cath Kidston, and this was my tribute to Cath Kidston using the Everyday Enchantment designer series paper. *This beautiful paper is available for a limited time only and on special offer for £9.95 a pack. Also,  with every £45 you spend you will also receive a matching accessories pack FREE. So, give me a call, or drop me an email, and I’d be happy to help you get your freebies.  *

Papercraft supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: cardstock: bashful blue, whisper white, stamps: sincere salutations, four frames; inks: real red, early espresso; accessories: everyday enchantment sale-a-bration designer series paper, bashful blue polka dot dsp, real red grosgrain ribbon (retired), decorative label punch, stampin dimensionals.

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March 31, 2012

A tribute to Cath Kidston …

It was my cake class teacher’s birthday this week – she was so excited that her hubby had taken her shopping and bought her a Cath Kidston handbag for her present – lucky girl!

So, in a tribute to Cath Kidston, I put a card together for her using the everyday enchantment sale-a-bration designer series paper …

I adhered the dsp to the front of a bashful blue base card, and teamed it with some polka dot designer series paper from the soft subtles collection in bashful blue. I stamped the polka dot frame from the four frames stamp set in real red onto whisper white cardstock, and used my stamp-a-majig to line up the sentiment from the sincere salutations stamp set and stamped it in early espresso ink. I punched out the stamped image with the decorative label punch and popped this up on stampin dimensionals then adhered this to the card. I finished off by adding a length of real red grosgrain ribbon (retired) tied in a neat knot.

Judging by her reaction in cake class this morning, I think Tracey liked her card!

All supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: cardstock: bashful blue, whisper white, stamps: sincere salutations, four frames; inks: real red, early espresso; accessories: everyday enchantment sale-a-bration designer series paper, bashful blue polka dot dsp, real red grosgrain ribbon (retired), decorative label punch, stampin dimensionals.

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