Category Archive: Leaves

Jun 26

Clarity Taunton Workshop – Saturday 24th June

Saturday I was back at Illminster for the next Clarity Taunton workshop. It was lovely to see everyone again especially Rebecca who at 7 is the youngest crafter I’ve had at any of my workshops. We were using the lovely Outliner stamps sets with the mini stamps. Here is the beautiful work everyone came up …

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Apr 08

Clarity Taunton Workshop – 8th April 2017

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Nov 01

Clarity Challenge – Clean and Simple

Hello Everyone and welcome to another Clarity Challenge. It was great to see all your beautiful artwork for the stencil challenge and it certainly made choosing the top five difficult – again. It is wonderful to see the different ideas you all have. I do hope you’ll join in with this month’s challenge too. This month …

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Oct 12

Sweet Lilac – Autumn Colours Challenge

Hello! Well Autumn is definitely here. I love this time of the year with leaves changing colour and deep reds, oranges and yellows the prominent hues. Interesting for someone who’s favourite colour is blue!! Today’s card is for the current Sweet Lilac challenge, the theme of which is Autumn Colours. I cut a piece of Theuva card from …

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Jan 14

Glorious Maple Leaves

Hello Recently I showed you a card I’d made using the remountable Maple Leave set from Claritystamp, which had been coloured with mica powders. Today I’ve a card using the same stamps which have been stamped with coloured inks. Using a selection of inks in autumnal colours from Stampin’ Up! I randomly stamped the differing …

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Jan 12

Shimmering Maple Leaves

Hello Everyone I know we area now in Winter, but I’d like to show you a birthday card I made using the remountable Maple Leave stamp set from Claritystamp. I trimmed the A5 black coated card from Claritystamp  to get a square, and coated the card with a fine layer of talcum powder. I stamped the various maple leaves using a Versamark ink pad. …

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