Category Archives: Tutorials

Stampin’ Up Project Life – December Daily

A couple of nights ago, I decided to spend some time catching up with Project Life.  I have several pages on the go at once and have over 600 photos to get through – this is pretty much covering the last 6 years of our life! I must say, I really enjoyed my time, and must set more time aside to catch up with it all. I got several pages… Read More »

Stampin’ Up – New Video Tutorial

Thank you for all the kind comments and your visits since Saturday’s Blog Hop. I feel confident enough in my endeavours to take part in another one 🙂 Today, I have a video direct from Stampin’ Up UK to share with you. It highlights the Little Letters thinlit dies. These are a great size for a card embellishment, or to add to a scrapbook page or a Project Life Spread.… Read More »

Stampin’ Up – Final card from Technique Tuesday

I hope you all enjoyed yesterday’s Stampin’ Stars Blog Hop, if you don’t know what I’m talking about, a blog hop is where a group of us design a couple of projects, post them on our blogs and then link all our blogs to each other so you can hop from one project to another without fiddling about with blog addressees.  You can go directly to the blog hop by… Read More »

Stampin Up Simply Pressed Clay on our Weekly Deals – Catch it quick!!

If you are new to my blog or to Stampin’ Up, you may not know that every week starting on Wednesday, for one week only, a selection of Stampin’ Up products are discounted.  These are regular catalogue products and once the week is over they return to their normal catalogue price. You can view these products in my Online Shop above, or go directly to the Weekly Deals section of… Read More »

Stampin’ Up Blendabilities – even more versatile than I thought!!

If I haven’t convinced you on the merits of our brand new alcohol-based markers, Blendabilities, then perhaps this post might just do it! They honestly are so easy to use and the shades blend together so fluidly. But not only that, you can colour our rhinestones, pearls and ribbons too! As they are alcohol-based, it dries so quickly, so no inky fingers! Take a look…   What a beautiful, vibrant, Pumpkin… Read More »

Stampin’ Up Blendabilities are here

That’s right, our first range of Blendabilities are available to order right now. Before I rave on about good they are, I must admit to not having used any other sort of alcohol based marker.  However, for a complete novice, I did find them extremely easy to use and the colour is so fluid and easy to blend.  In your pack, there are three markers, a light, a medium and… Read More »

Stampin’ Up – Video Tutorial – The Spiral Flower Originals Die

Just a quick post from me today as I wanted to show you a video direct from Stampin’ Up showcasing our Spiral Flower Die.    This product was first seen in our Spring Summer catalogue which retires at the end of this month, however, the good news is this product is continuing in our brand new Annual catalogue which is out on July 1st. A lot of our current stock is… Read More »

Stampin Up UK Video Tutorial – Simply Pressed Clay

Morning! Someone asked me recently about our Simply Pressed Clay – found in our annual catalogue. It is really one of our hidden gems, so easy to use and so inexpensive.  You can see it here in our catalogue together with the moulds. There are so many ways to use it and colour it and add a bit of glitz and shimmer to it.  So IO thought who better to showcase… Read More »

Stampin’ Up UK Private Classes

This post is a bit picture heavy, so bear with it! Did you know I run regular monthly classes here at my craft room? I also run private classes both here and at the venue of your choice for a minimum of four people.  I had a private class this week for four lovely ladies and here you can see the set up before their arrival. We focused the projects… Read More »

Stampin’ Up! UK Tips and Tricks Video

So how was your Bank Holiday Weekend?  Are you feeling refreshed and energised or do you need a holiday all over again?  At least the good news is, there are only a few weeks to go until the next one!  I do love May!  Apart from the slight increase in temperature that we all hope we get, double bank holiday weekends do make me smile! Today, I have a video… Read More »