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Welcome to Alphacrafts. I’m an Independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and carry the full range of Stampin’ Up! products and card making supplies which you can easily browse through by exploring my online shop.

Have fun, be creative and let your imagination run wild. If you need assistance with anything feel free to contact me. Also make sure to check out my blog which features lots of tips and tricks you can do to enhance your card making skills, as well as suggestions on how to make the most of Stampin’ Up! products.

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Latest Posts

Reflected In Nature Cards

Reflected In Nature is a new stamp set from the occasional catalogue available until December 2021. The image in this stamp set is beautiful. It features a cottage in an idyllic and calm woodland forest across a lake. When you stamp it, the reflected image is subtle and light. You have to try and see […]

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Journal Collage Art

Journal collage art is a fun project that uses little bits of paper and embellishments that are already lying around in your craft space. I always have cut-out pieces and embellishments in a small box on my table and I empty it by making little works of art. It’s so much fun and satisfying because […]

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Stamp Off Technique

Stamp Off Technique is a fun way of using your stamps to produce subtle inked images. Let’s try it with DIY washi tape and then use the washi to make a stunning card. For this project, I used an A4 size adhesive sheet trimmed into 1-1/2 inch strips. I also used my Regals colour wheel […]

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DIY Washi – Feels Like Home Stamp

Let’s try DIY washi using the Feels Like Home stamp set. This is a fun paper craft project that uses the smaller stamps in the set. What is washi? It’s tape that’s decorated or printed with designs, made out of masking tape. They are purely decorative and used in bullet journals, scrapbook pages, card making, […]

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To The Moon Ex Libris

I’m making Ex Libris bookplates using the To The Moon stamp set. In my previous post, I made a card using the same stamp set. This time my goal is to use this stamp set in another practical but fun project – Ex Libris bookplates. Ex Libris means ‘from the library of”. If you’ve been […]

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To The Moon Card

Today we’re using the To The Moon stamp set to make a card. I enjoy looking at the night sky and make it a habit to check out the moon and it’s many phases. So naturally, I’m over the moon with this set…pun intended. Lately, I’ve been making cards that can be taken apart and […]

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Plentiful Plants Card Inspiration

The Plentiful Plants stamp set is so much fun to use. More and more people are spending time outdoors cultivating the garden so naturally we see this influence in paper crafting too. I have to admit that it’s a hit or miss for me when it comes to keeping plants alive. Luckily, when I stamp […]

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Card In A Plant Box

This card in a plant box is a simpler version of a flower pot card. I love it when the receiver can take the card apart and reuse it in other ways. For instance, the plant box can be repurposed as a small folder. The plant box is a small folder closed at the bottom […]

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Faux Postage Stamps

Faux postage stamps are fun and easy to make with the Stitched So Sweetly Dies. Combined with Designer Series Papers and stamp sets, faux postage stamps are a fun addition to your cards or scrapbook pages. I used the 3 smallest dies from the set to create my postage stamps. You can go bigger if […]

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Colour Wheel Technique

The colour wheel is a valuable tool that you can use for card making. Have you ever tried making one with the ink pads that you own? The simplest way is to do a pie chart divided into 6 segments. The 6 segments will house your primary and secondary colours. Your primary colours are red […]

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