Dashing Deer Christmas Card Kit

Friday, September 06, 2019

This year I have changed up my Christmas Card Kits a bit to give you more designs from each stamp set.  There are two options for kits so that you can choose based on what products you currently already have.  You will still need some basic items which I will list separately.

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Orders close 14th September 2019.


Option 1 includes:
  • Dashing Deer stamp set
  • Precut and scored cardstock to make 12 cards (4 x 3 designs)
  • 12 Pre-punched deer and a template to aid with your stamping
  • Embellishments (Rhinestones and sequins)
  • 12 envelopes
  • 1 sheet of Dimensionals
  • Video tutorials for each design
Cost: $55  + $5 postage (regular post)  


Option 2 includes:
  • Everything in Option 1 (minus the pre-punched deer because it's easier for you to stamp and then cut them out)
  • Detailed Deer Dies
  • FREE bonus card kit with everything pre-cut to make 4 extra cards of a new design
  • FREE Gold Ink pad
Cost: $104 + postage ($5 regular post)


CLICK HERE to order your kit.  
Orders close 14th September 2019.


Just because

Colourful peacock

Saturday, August 24, 2019

You may recall my very regal peacock a few blog posts ago.  Here's a more colourful version for a more casual (and less dramatic) occasion.


I used the baby wipe technique to stamp the peacock.  Place drops of the colour you wish for the body of the peacock in the upper section of the wipe, and then dot randomly with colours below that.  Then make sure you stamp down so that the body is predominantly in the block of colour and the tail is in the dots of colour area.


To finish it off I used my aqua painter to flick drops of ink and water onto the page, and added some rhinestones to the tail.

Happy crafting,
Fiona x


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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Adding a slight shadow around an image can help give it dimension on the page.  That's what I've done in these cards to the postman and his parcels. 


To break up the white of the circle and the base cardstock I also added a light shading to the edge of the circle.  It's not so pronounced as if I'd used a sponge dauber - I was after a subtler look.  (Although, it's much more visible to the naked eye than the camera I'm afraid.)


Take a look a the video below to see how I created this look using a watercolour pencil as well as how I coloured the images in with my Blends.


I'm getting good at remembering to decorate the inside of my cards!


Here's my video (which was originally a Facebook live - if you want to catch me in action, be sure to follow my Facebook page.)


I'm so happy with these cards!  They warm my crafty heart up.  Hope you love them too.


Materials Used
Stamp set: You Always Deliver
Dies: Circles Framelits
Cardstock: Basic Grey, Whisper White, Pool Party/Flirty Flamingo
Inks: Memento Black, Blends

Happy crafting,
Fiona x


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