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All Stars December Tutorial Bundle is available now!

Can you believe it is the 1st of December....already! So being that is is the first day of the month I’m thrilled to share that the December All Star Tutorial Bundle  is available today! 
I thoroughly enjoy being part of this team and for over a year now, we have been sharing projects with you each month, a full 12 tutorials of every month.
This month we again bring you a variety of ideas, here's a sneak peek of mine!

Check out the details below as to how you can get a hold of the bundle.




Purchase the PDF tutorial for AU$20 no matter where you are in the world (no product purchase required) Click here to purchase the December 2019 Tutorial Or get it FREE when you shop online with me in Australia
The PDF will be emailed to you upon payment being received  (please allow for time zone differences)

If you are currently a Stampin’ Up!® demonstrator, these tutorials are a great source for ideas using current products, taking the hassle out of preparing for classes. Each of the 12 tutorials have b…

It's a Winter Wonderland with the Stampers Showcase

Welcome to this month's Stampers Showcase Blog hop, this is a group of amazing stampers from all over the world has a Winter Wonderland of Christmas themed projects,  be sure to hop through the full line up below so that you can see all wonderful creations! 

I’ve used the So Many Stars stamp set bundle and the gorgeous Golden Glitz Delicata ink for my project.



I cut 2 of the "star swirls" and trimmed so they fitted together nicely, then cut the card front layers - 2.5 cm (1 inch) for the sentiment, and 5.5 cm (2 1/4 inches) for above the star layer.  



Stamp the sentiment, and smear the ink pad on the card base, then adhere the stars to the star die cuts and then raise above the card base - I use a layer of corrugated card stock to do this. There you have it, a Golden Glitz Seasons Greetings :)


Next on the hop is Liz Yuille from the UK click on the icon below to be taken to her blog, Old Stables Crafts and see her fabulous project.

Thanks for visiting today, I hope you enjoyed…

Pretty in Pink this Snowman Season

I am so glad my working week is finally over, and what better way to celebrate than join a blog hop with the Ink It, Stamp It! team.

Some days I just need to create with pink, and after the week I've had, this was one of those days!


My stamping is simple, with just a hint of Petal Pink, layering on vellum using the Frosted Frames dies, then to bring things to life I added an array of snowflakes uses dies from the Christmas Layers set & spritzed the background with Frost White Shimmer Paint.



The fun lines of the snowman images in this set are also carried through into the senitments, I decided to feature one of them inside my card, also adding the cute snowflakes in the set too!



Be sure to visit all the team in the list below and see their wonderful Christmas themed projects, you are currently visiting Sue Vine - Miss Pinks Craft Spot, to keep hopping around see the list below to see who is up next.



Thanks for visiting today, I hope you enjoyed viewing my project. Stay tuned for mor…

What happens in Santa's Workshop stays in the workshop #elfie

That mischievous little elf is back, and he's been having a ball, just as I did creating this card for the Stamping Friends Christmas themed Blog hop.


I find colouring to be quite relaxing, so I really enjoyed creating this card. I also used one of my favouite techques.... masking, to "layer" the additional small presents. Then all that was left was to grab my Stampin' Blends and colour to my hearts content.



I created the textured layer using the Subtle embossing folder, I must say, I do love how this little bit of texture can add so much to a card, and it's so simple!

The #ELFIE set has several sentiments, I also stamped the inside of the card, carrying the Stitched Rectangle theme to the inside of the card too.



I also made a complimenting  Gift Box with the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box dies, and added a tag by fussy cutting another of the Elfie images, this little guy is so stinking cute!


 hope the projects you've seen here on my blog today have inspired you & …

Online Extravaganza is here!

Do you love a sale, I do!  Starting November 20, for 3 days enjoy additional savings on select cardstock, inkpads and Bundles!

When shopping  remember to use the current Hostess code displayed at the top of my blog at the check out and you will a free tutorial valued at $20 for shopping with me - be sure to click YES that you allow me as your demonstrator to contact you in your account settings otherwise I won't be able to forward your Thank You gift.
Thanks for visiting today, stay tuned for more inspiration and tips this month. I truly appreciate your support, it inspires me to keep crafting and helps to keep my blog and YouTube channel running. If you live in Australia and don't already have a demonstrator I'd love love to be yours. 


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