Showing posts from July, 2018

Little Twinkle - Stampin Up

If you follow my blog or Pinterest etc you will know i loved the 'Moon Baby' stamp set which is now retired so i was delighted to see in our new catalogue that we have some other lovely new stamp sets which can be used for baby cards.
'Little Twinkle' is lovely for baby cards but i also think it could be used for Valentines, Wedding cards too.
I chose a piece of the 'Twinkle Twinkle' dsp and randomly stamped some of the little stars onto it using 'Night of Navy' ink. The sentiment i added top right then stamped the lovely heart shape onto some 'Whisper White' cardstock. I used the heart framelits to cut this out but you could easily cut it with scissors. I also cut a heart from 'Night of Navy' cardstock to layer behind.
Using dimensionals to give a little depth i lastly scattered some metallic sequins to add some sparkle.

Super simple but very cute and you can of course easily change the colours to suit a baby girl, or why not try soft greens…

5th anniversary card - Stampin Up - Number of Years

Today i spent a lovely afternoon with friends celebrating their 5th wedding anniversary. The sun shone brightly on their wedding day and it didn't let us down today either. We enjoyed a delicious lunch then sat outside having a drink and chatting. 
I wanted to make them a special card and even though the 'Number of Years' stamp set is now retired it was the perfect choice especially when combined with the matching 'large number framelits'.
The soft pastels of 'Wisteria Wonder' and 'Blushing Bride' inks with a little 'Old Olive' help create a really pretty card.

The paper with it's flecks of 'Wisteria Wonder' came from the 'Have a cuppa' dsp set. I knew there was a reason i'm such a hoarder and don't throw things away...there is always a sheet of Stampin Up paper that will fit an idea i have. 
I hope my friends have many more happy years of marriage. 
If you would like to order any Stampin Up products i'd be delighte…

Fab offer if you join my team!

Have you thought about becoming a Stampin Up demonstrator? You don't have to run classes, make Youtube videos etc but you can earn yourself fabulous discounts and other perks.  Now is a great time to join because for just £99 you get £130 worth of products, you pick items (anything you want) for you 'starter kit' but then you also get to choose a FREE set of ink pads!!
What an amazing way to kick off your new journey with Stampin Up!.
If you'd like more information please email me

offer end 31st July so don't miss out
Rachael x