Publications

Publication – Toot Toot!

Hello everyone,
I have a toot toot post today sharing one of my cards published in the latest Australian Cardmaking Stamping and Papercraft magazine.
Here is the card in full.
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I have used Pretty Pink Posh’s Storybook 1 die,  Scallop Frame die, Clear Droplets, Rainy Days stamp set and Holiday Pals stamp set to make my two coordinating cards. This is one of them. Check out the other in the magazine. The Magazine is now available for purchase at all News agencies and Supermarkets. If you like to subscribe the magazine, then here is the link.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Have a lovely day! 

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Publications, Winnie & Walter.

A Published card!

A quick post today! Did you pick up the new Australian Cardmaking Stamping and Papercraft magazine? There are plenty of new inspirations in the magazine under different themes and fantastic tutorials as well. Great issue!

I have couple of cards in the magazine and here is one for Diamonds and Gems theme.
I used Winnie and Walter’s So Precious stamp set to white heat emboss the diamond images and watercolour them with Zig Clean Brush pens. The sentiment is from same stamp set with die cut “friend” using The Big, the Bold and  Friends cutaway also from Winnie & Walter. Embellished with the pretty Sparkly Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.

The magazine is now available for purchase at all Supermarkets and Newsagency. If you like to subscribe, CLICK HERE!

Thanks for sharing my excitement today with me!

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Essentials by Ellen, Publications, Taylored Expressions

Published!

Hello everyone,
A quick post to share one of my card published in the latest Australian Cardmaking, Stamping and Papercraft magazine.
See that card inside a circle on the right side for designing with clouds theme! Thats the one. Here is the full reveal.
I have used Taylored Expressions Build a Scene: Rolling Clouds dies to make my background. I die cut  the clouds, sponged distress inks on them and then layered glued them to make my background. To keep the background as the highlight because that is the theme, I added another die cut as the sentiment in contrast colour. The sentiment is from Essentials by Ellen. And embellished with Pretty Pink Posh Sparkly Clear sequins. Hope you like it.

The latest edition of the Australian Cardmaking Stamping and Papercraft magazine is now available to purchase from all the major supermarkets and news agencies. If you like to subscribe to the magazine, HERE is the link. There are plenty of inspirations for you from some talented designers. And a full page feature on Pretty Pink Posh products.Get it quick before they are sold out.

Thanks for stopping by today!

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Penny Black, Publications

Publication! Woot! Woot!

Good morning!
A quick post this morning sharing a woot woot! The new Christmas Edition of Australian Cardmaking, Stamping and Papercraft is now released.

I have two set of Christmas cards published in the magazine. I wanted to share with you one of my cards from a set of two today.

Penny Black publication card
This is one of the cards using Penny Black cling stamp set called Festive Floral stamp set and Red Star stamp set for sentiment. The base of the card is acetate with the focal panel using chalkboard technique. I gold embossed the focal image and embellished the berries with Pretty Pink Posh metallic red sequins. The sentiment is heat embossed in white. Then I sponged some white pigment ink randomly to give the used chalkboard effect. Simple card with an unusual base and a technique.

You can check out the second card in this set and the other set of Christmas cards in the magazine. The Vol 22, No 2 is now available to subscribe or for purchase from all the supermarkets and news agencies across Australia and New Zealand 🙂

Thanks for stopping by this morning. I have couple of more post later this evening. So don’t forget to stop by again today 🙂
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Publications, Winnie & Walter.

Positive and Negative!

Hey everyone,
Stretching my supplies is something I love doing. Especially using a particular stamp set or a die in more than one way not only stretches my supplies but also makes crafting fun. It makes me think outside the box. In this post I am sharing a full card using the negative die cut and a sneak peek of the positive card. This is one of the easiest way to stretch your dies.
I have used In a Word: Happy cutaway from Winnie & Walter to die cut from a blue ombre sponged panel. I saved the positive words and used the negative panel on my card above. Then used the positive words to make another similar looking card. Here is a sneak peek of the positive card.
If you want to know more about the cards, then check out the latest Australian Cardmaking Stamping and Papercraft magazine.You can see both the cards next to each other with the supplies and instructions to make them.
The magazine is now available to purchase from supermarkets and news agencies. If you like to subscribe to the magazine, then here is the link for you. 
Thanks for stopping by my blog today!
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Altenew, Publications, Winnie & Walter.

Woot! Woot!

Hello everyone,
I am a big woot woot to share with you today. The annual edition of Australian Cardmaking Stamping & Papercraft is now available to purchase. This edition is jam packed with so many inspirations and tutorials. It is a must have in my opinion.
I am truly blessed to be on the cover of the magazine with this Father’s day card.
I am pretty proud of this card and was a bit restless waiting for so long to share with you. I did share a picture or two of the making of the card long time ago in my Instagram. But I am very thrilled with how this card turned out.
I have used Altenew’s To the Moon stamp set on my card, sponged the night sky background using distress inks. The sentiments were from two stamp sets – Altenew’s To the Moon and Parentville from Winnie & Walter. 
Apart from this card, I have a double page 1 die 4 ways feature showcasing four different ways to feature a die. Also a tutorial on Watercoloured die cuts.

If you like to subscribe, click here! The magazine is available to purchase at news agents and supermarkets.

Thanks for sharing my excitement!

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Pretty Pink Posh, Publications

Published!

Hello everyone,
Excited to share one of my cards published in the latest Australian  Cardmaking, Stamping and Papercraft magazine Vol: 21 No: 11!
This one is for Double Up Die Cutting theme – die cutting within a die cut. 
Here are instructions on how I made this card.
1     Make card base and sponge Tumbled Glass distress ink from the bottom of the card front fading towards the middle to the top.   Die cut the rounded tag from Stitched Duo 3 die set from Pretty Pink Posh using white cardstock. Then die cut the Leaf Column die twice with the second slightly below the first.  Die cut the tag using acetate sheet and adhere to the back of the white tag. Die cut two of the Leaf Column out of New Leaf Cardstock and inlay and glue them with glossy accent on the white tag with acetate backing to support. Leave it to dry. Ink the birds with Mustard Seed distress ink. White heat emboss the sentiment on a strip of black cardstock.  Adhere the tag on the card front using foam adhesive and bird on the leaf using glossy accent.  Adhere the sentiment strip using foam adhesives.  Accent with Sparkly Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh. I have all products used on the card listed below.

I have one more card in it for using tiny frame theme. If you like to subscribe, here is the link.

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Have a great weekend!

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Mama Elephant., Pretty Pink Posh, Publications

Woot Woot! Published!

Sharing with you one of my card published in the new Australian Cardmaking Stamping & Papercraft Magazine.
It is a shaped shaker card using Simon Says Stamp Balloon dies, the cute girl from Mama Elephant and a mix of sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.
Shaker card
 There is so much packed into the magazine –  themed cards, one die four ways, tutorials, quick cards, stampers challenge and lots more. If you like to subscribe to magazine, Click here. For Australian and New Zealand friends, this magazine is available at your supermarket and newsagency. Thanks for sharing my exciting news!
See you soon!
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Featured, Lawn Fawn, Publications

Published!

Good Morning dear friends.

Sharing with you couple of cards I have in the new Australian Cardmaking Stamping & Papercraft magazine. Here they are made using the cute Lawn Fawn stamp sets.

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I have used the Critters on Savanna, Blue Skies and Bannerific stamp sets from Lawn Fawn to make my cards. The above card is of portrait orientation and the below is of landscape orientation.
Lawn Fawn scenery card
I am blessed to have these cards published in the Annual Australian Cardmaking Stamping & Papercraft Magazine. 
This magazine is available to purchase in Australia and New Zealand. If you like to subscribe to the magazine, click here.
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Publications

Featured!

The new Australian Cardmaking, Stamping and Papercraft magazine is for sale. 
I am blessed to have couple of cards published on Stamper’s Challenge featuring Heartfelt Creations. 
Here is my card featured on the cover of the current magazine.
Happy Birthday card
I thoroughly enjoyed making this card and a bit proud of it as well. I love love the making of those beautiful 3D flowers using the Heart Felt stamps and dies. I have to pull them out and play with them again.
There are so many fantastic inspirations in the magazine. If you like to subscribe, CLICK HERE
Thanks for stopping by! 
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