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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Under the Sea ……

Happy Wednesday folks! I’ve not said that in a while ……. have you missed me? I took a little time off to have a break and re-charge the old batteries ….. did it work though? …….  well I suppose we’re about to find out.  It’s back to business as usual and some fun new stamps to play with ….. whoo … Continue reading

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Stylised Stamping

Hi everyone, how is your Monday going?  I overslept this morning, and narrowly averted a crisis at breakfast, no marmalade!!  I found it in the cupboard instead of the fridge, one of my usual tricks, hubby found the Cheese in the tea cupboard instead of the fridge the other week. .. So, on to today’s card.  (Moving swiftly on. . … Continue reading

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Monochrome with a shot of colour…

Good morning all, It is my turn to share with you a little inspiration on the blog…so I thought I would show you a samples that I made which is monochromatic but with a little shot of colour… I started by using the Mr Darcy A5 stamp set and used the main collage stamp for the main image and the gorgeous lace stamp … Continue reading

Posted by Lisa Baker | 2 Comments
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Words are all you need

Good morning everyone, Clare here which means its the weekend! Happy dance.   This months Simply Cards & PaperCrafts has been released and if you spy it in the shops you might find a little surprise from us! That’s right, the free cover stamp is from us! I can tell you that they have been re-sized are are not the … Continue reading

Posted by Clare Horner | 3 Comments
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Decorative Glass Technique Day

Hi everybody, Laura here again.   Today I have a post for you sharing a little technique using stamps and paints on glass. First I’ve started with two small sheets of glass size 2 x 2 inch.    On one sheet I’ve painted it using english-cottage-paint-pantry-white and english-cottage-paint-metallic-gold While that sheet is drying,  I’ve got the second sheet of glass and used … Continue reading

Posted by Clare Horner | 3 Comments
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Happy Easter Bank Holiday Monday

Hi everyone, a little late with this post today as I’m soaking up the sunshine in Dorset, by the seaside in Charmouth.   It’s lovely weather today which makes up for yesterday.  On the seaside theme, I have used ‘Under the Sea’ stamp plate, and distress inks for a beachy feel on today’s card. I used squeezed lemonade, salty ocean … Continue reading

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Happy Bank Holiday Weekend!

HI everyone Clare here, Which means its Friday and its Good Friday so that means whoop whooop long weekend!   So far its pretty warm here so we are all busy little bee’s working on the camp site, gardening, fixing and painting. All good fun and hard work, I have my reward in the fridge in the form of a … Continue reading

Posted by Clare Horner | 2 Comments
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Easter with Laura

  Hi everyone, I hope you are all well and are enjoying our lovely weather! I hope that you lucky crafter’s that got to meet Kay and the Indigoblu team at Ally pally are enjoying playing with what goodies you got to add to your stash! With Easter almost here I have have been getting in the mood with this … Continue reading

Posted by Clare Horner | 4 Comments
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Technique Day – Stamping with Water!

Hi everyone, monday again and here I am with my turn for the technique day post.  I thought I’d show you a simple background with the fab Indigoblu stencils, I’ve used the Regal one. Firstly, I made my own tag, just cut some card stock, nipped off the top corners, and used my cropodile to make the hole for the … Continue reading

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Resisted, reversed stenciled tile

Good Morning All, How are we all today out in the crafty world? Well it is my turn today to do a little tutorial and I thought I would show you a little technique I like to use to reverse a negative stencil image and then make it look like a glazed tile. I have used one of my favourite IndigoBlu … Continue reading

Posted by Lisa Baker | 2 Comments
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