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Free Class – Mother’s Day Purse

Mother’s Day is coming up quickly and since most of us are still on Covid-19 lockdown, we can make use of our quiet time by making a beautiful handmade purse to put our Mother’s Day card for mum, grandma or Auntie. You can make this purse with any square piece of paper. I recommend 6×6, […]

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Card Making 101 – How To Cut Designer Series Paper

Beautifully printed papers are essential for card making and paper crafting. It’s one of the basic building blocks needed to add interest to your work. It’s also the easiest and most effective way to bring your cards to life. How many times have you reached for your Designer Series Papers when you needed to make […]

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Card Making 101 – How To Cut Card Stock

Cutting card stock is one of the most important lessons in card making. Paper is expensive and you don’t want to waste it. Card stock is usually available in 2 sizes – A4 and 12×12 (inches). Make sure that you have a good quality paper trimmer and scorer. This tool is a must for every […]

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Envelope Inspiration – Waste Not, Want Not

As I was clearing some shelves in the craft house, I noticed my pile of magazines building up in the corner. Today is the day that I will make something out of them. In the spirit of reducing, reusing and recycling, I decided to make envelopes out of each and every page of the magazine. […]

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Basic Essentials In Card Making

It is simple to make a handmade card if you have the right tools and if you have just discovered the joy of card making then you have come to the right place. The two questions I often get from my customers are “What do I need to start card making?” and “How much will […]

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Afternoon Stamp Camp

  Have fun and stamp away like it’s nobody’s business! Join me for an afternoon stamping session on August 31, Saturday, 2-5pm. Here’s how it works – please bring your own A4 card stock, preferably white, each sheet divided and cut into 4. This will be your card front that you will use for stamping. […]

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Stampin’ Up! Paper Trimmer & Rotary Addition

It’s important to have the proper tools when creativity strikes you. Don’t underestimate the power of a good paper trimmer. It is frustrating when you cannot get the neatest and straightest cuts from a paper trimmer. After all, your card stock is your canvass so you need it to be perfect and professional-looking. Stampin’ Up!’s […]

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Card Making 101 – Card Stock

Card stock is the paper that we use for card making and scrapbooking. It is more durable and thicker than your normal text or printing paper. You have your A4 size which is the preferred size for card making and the larger 12×12 which scrapbookers love! Where do I buy and how do I choose […]

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Card Making 101 – Cutting Mat & Paper Trimmer

Here’s the second part of card making 101. It makes sense to invest in these two items. It helps when you have a good surface to work on and a good paper trimmer to cut your card stock. Let’s shed some light on your cutting mat and paper trimmer. Cutting Mat I recommend a good […]

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Card Making 101 – Your Basic Essentials

“What do I need to start making my own cards? Do I need to buy everything?” I get this question many times. My advice is to keep it simple and practical. There are so many beautiful products available for papercrafting and it can get confusing and quite overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. […]

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Stampin’ Up! New Catalogue

Hurray! We can start ordering from the new catalogue starting today! If you’re like me, your catalogue is already filled with post-its and your wish list is about a mile long! I have distributed the new catalogue last month to my customers who requested their copies. If you would like a copy, let me know […]