I do rather kick myself in the foot when I make pastel, dreamy-coloured cards because they are so hard to photograph! For this minimal supplies card, I used just one stamp set, a few heat embossing supplies and a couple of inks, which, for me, counts as a minimal...
Diecember is a month when die-cutting becomes the focus, and in celebration of this often overlooked supply, I used a Home For Christmas house die, a Fretwork Snowflake die, and a Snowflake Burst Pinpoint Plate die for my card today. To add detail and interest, I also...
As I'm writing this, Tim Holtz is over on the Simon Says Stamp YouTube channel to tell you about his Cyber Monday surprise! Please pop on over there to join in. I love everything Tim makes and as such I thought you'd like a heads up too. I've linked all supplies with...
Here’s the answers to a few of questions I get asked but I’ve a FAQ page with more information on supplies, favourite tools and photography.
This may not come as a surprise to you, but I mainly shop at Simon Says Stamp. You might think this is because I work with some of their products. Yes, that is true, but I have been buying my crafty supplies from Simon Says Stamp for years and long before I ever had any connections with them. When it comes down to it they have a fabulous range of products and are run by the best people.
When I can’t find what I need at Simon I turn to Amazon or local art supply stores.
I’m a very visual person and love to watch videos to learn new things. I equally love to create and share videos with you and do so whenever time allows. Videos do take quiet a while for me to make though and sometimes life with a busy family means I can’t share as many videos with you as I’d like to.
I am on various Design Teams but only because I love their products and genuinely use them. Ultimately my opinions are my own.
I am part of various affiliate programs including Simon Says Stamp and Amazon (as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases) – when you click on an affiliate link and then go on to make a purchase, at no cost to you, I receive a small commission. I use the money raised towards the cost of running this blog. I hope if you like the content of my blog you will support me by clicking through these links to make your purchases. Thank you :D