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Showing posts from September, 2013

Clearance Rack Now Available...Bargains, Bargains and More Bargains!!

In the UK you are now able to look at the Clearance Rack on my SU shopping page (click the link on the side bar). So you can save upto 80% off all these items are while stock lasts.

Did you miss getting that Baja Breeze ink pad, ribbon or designer series paper. Take a look and browse around and keep an eye out for any additional items added.
The Clearance Rack is only available to view online so don't forget that the delivery charge is £4.95 and comes straight to your door via UPS if you order directly online. If you would like to order via me then please do get in touch. If you do order online I will send a card as a thank you for choosing me to order with.
Hope to hear from you all soon,
x Jessie B x

New Single Stamps

Christmas Single Stamps are now available to order via the Shop Now button. These are great individual stamps and are available until the end of January 2014 or whilst stocks last.
These would be great as presents, tags and those Christmas cards that need to be started. These are clear stamps so don't forget the acryclic blocks, the blocks required are stated when you click on the stamp you would like online.
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy stampin'
x Jessie B x

Colour Q 50

When I saw this week's colours at Colour Q I knew I wanted to take part and put all these colours together: 

My work colleague is going to be 50 in a few weeks and I made a card for this great occasion and this is what I came up with: 

I really enjoyed making this card, I got to colour in with such bright colours and use a new stamp set as well as a borrow one from a team member. I stamped the Apothecary Stamp in Rich Razzleberry and cut it out with the labels framelits and then coloured in with markers, using the sentiment from the same set in Bermuda Bay. Then I used the numbers from the Memorable Moments stamp set and punched it out with the Ticket Duo punch and layered it on some Primrose Petal with the scalloped oval punch. I then stamped the pansies from the Flower Shop stamp in each colour and then I stamped a couple more and used my markers to colour the petals on the one that looks like patch work. I then added some basic jewels and a candy dot in the corner. Then layered i…

Hot off the Shelf

So this week you have all been hot on purchasing the Frosted Finishes Embellishments... I haven't got them yet. But I think I may get them on my next order - as they do look great for Christmas Cards.
Also this month's Best of 25 years Stamp set is the following:

This set is only £13.95 and can be ordered through the shop now button top right using the following order # 134384. The item with an * is a never before seen stamp set. Which also co-ordinates with the Christmas Ornament Punch # 132152 £14.25.
Also do you like Butterflies? Well this month only you can order the Papillion Potpourri Stamp Set & the Bitty Butterfly Punch at a discount so get ordering the details are below:  

I have got training tomorrow so should have some great tips to share with you all on my return tomorrow evening to inspire us to create and to share with others.
Thanks for popping by.
x Jessie x

Sketchbook Saturday meets Pals Paper Arts

So I thought I would show you something new since the online store is now available as per the link in the sidebar (shop now icon). You can all now get My Digital Studio (MDS) which is where you can create scrapbook pages, cards & your own stationery to suit you. I saw my team leader use the following sketch from Sketchbook Saturday and was like I can use that for a scrapbook page. So I did an 8x8 page and use some great colours from the Pals Paper Arts page so inspiring:

Here is the page that I came up with:

The colours at Pals Paper Arts really said make a masculine page. So I used Early Espresso as my base and the Midnight Muse on part of the page. I then got the delicate doilies dsp and added as a page layer I then changed the colour to Crushed Curry as it was in Daffodil Delight. Added the stitching and sorted the colour out which took a while to get it right - I did use Chocolate Chip though as Early Espresso just looked like black. I saw the balloons in the Adventure Awaits s…