Hope you are all having a great week! For me a great week always includes me time, me time being craft time!
I have a project class on Friday using the truly tailored suite so I’ve been playing with it and OH MY GOODNESS I am so in love with these products! They are so much fun and make making men’s card a piece of cake.
The main colours in the Papers are very vanilla, night of navy, tranquil tide and crumb cake with accents of chocolate chip and crushed curry. They go so well together. For this first card I used the punch, and punched randomly… well actually if you know me you’ll know that’s a fib, there was nothing random, I pondered the pieces for ages! SLIGHTLY OCD! The tiny slithers I was cutting for me were worthwhile. I finished the card with a length of the cord ribbon trim and two of the faux wood buttons.
If you like this bundle and would like a full step by step PDF tutorial I am doing a kit in the mail for five cards and a box, it includes the stampset, punch, half a pack of DSP, 14 sheets of card stock, five envelopes, 4.5m of ribbon, 12 buttons, a surprise gift, your choice of sale a bration item and a few little extras all for £60 including postage. The Pdf will include photographs and instructions, of course I’m always online if you need extra help. If you simply would like the PDF tutorials these are available for £12… that’s £2 per project and there may be some bonus features in there too!
This is a second of the projects, a gift card wallet with a slider that pulls the card up when you open it and reveals a secret sentiment. I used the envelope punch board crate this lovely card although you could make it without. I finished it with a belly band embellished with a button and some twine.
Well I don’t want to post all the projects and ruin the surprise for my lovely attendees but I’ll be sure to share more later.
Don’t forget when you order £45 or more you get to a pick a free sale a bration item… and exciting news from 16th February there will be even more choice as we launch new exclusive SAB items!
Anyway I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s cards, I certainly enjoyed making them!