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This is a bumper set from Nina Crafts that is very versatile and will work with many of their other sets. The number also go with a alphabet set to be released later on in the Year as part of another bumper set:)
You can watch the January Project video here: Part 1 and here Part 2. You can also follow step-by-step with Jackie on her website.
So if you do not have you set yet go to http://dimensionstamps.com and here
you will find all the stamps sets send out with their ever popular
Project Club. If you subscribe to the club you would not only get these stamps,
but for £10 the every month would receive; Card stock, embellishments,
instructions sheet, and newsletter and not forgetting the 25% discount online!!
And the best of all Project Club members get 1 month exclusivity of these
sets!! So go get them before anyone else!!
This months Project Club set from Nina Crafts is all
about tennis and was so much fun to work with! I thought this month I would take a picture of the stamp set as it comes, so you can see what to expect in you envelope each month. The sets are all A5 in size and very versatile.
I decided to make a Stepper Card this month with a tennis net and ball like in a real game.
Yet another very simple card using this set. You can see some more samples on the Nina Crafts Blog.
If you subscribe to the club you would not only get these stamps, but for £10 the every month would receive; Card stock, embellishments, instructions sheet, and newsletter and not forgetting the 25% discount online!! And the best of all Project Club members get 1 month exclusivity of these sets!! So go get them here before anyone else!!
The December Club Set was the first valentine's set for them since the start of the stamp club some time ago but was well worth waiting for.
I love the set and think that it is very versaitle. I made quite a few cards from this set mostly feauring the rosebud as you can see in the photo's below. Hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed making them.
I will be posting the instructions on how to make these soon
Here is some photos from the class I taught at Sidley Saturday
Club in November! I used 12" x 6" cardstock and this will hold 3 tealigh candles, you can adjust the card to hold more if you wished to but this will require a bigger sheet of card(more on this in the tutorial below). It was a ton of fun and I learned a lot – first that I was ambitious in what I thought we could do in 2 hours, but learned lots more as well. So my next class should
roll along much better. The students were all thrilled, or else they’re awesome fibbers! The youngest student was only nine years old so it is fairly simple to do. My nine year old son taught younder kids to make the flowers as well.
6″ x 12″ Card
Stock (Base Scored according to Diagram)
4-3/8 x 3-3/8 Card Stock in a
4-1/4″ x 3-1/4” Patterned Paper
1-1/4″ x 4-1/2″
12 x 12" Solid Premium Cardstock Colossal (75pcs) - Capsule
Capsule Collection - Sunshine A4 Paper pack
Crafters Companion Extra Strong
Permanent Glue Tape Pen
3 mm Ultra Clear Tape
Stampin Up Simply Scored Score Board
Stampin Up Scallop Edge Border Punch
Stampin Up Bone Folder
Lea'bilities Poinsettia Die
Starburst Paper Punch
For the big flower topper on the main card:
For the small flower on the side of the box:
Here is a photo of my serious ill mother,please pray for her and if you can
please send her a card to let her know that there are still people that care.
Mrs M Kotze
P O Box 480
Please share on your pages to encourage others to pray for her and lets
see how many cards she can get for Christmas to let her know she is thought of
and remembered and will always be.
Thank you for reading this post
I belong to Dimension Stamps Project club and wanted to share some of their products and projects as it helped me get out of my stamping comfort zone. If you would like to join the Dimension Stamps project club and get a discount on your purchases visit their website for more details.
If you subscribe to the club you would not only get the monthly set before anyone else ( yes, a whole month of exclusivity), but for £10 every month also recieve a card kit with everything you need to produce a lovely card with the cardstock, embellishments and an instructions sheet on how to create this card and samples of other lovely creations using this stamp set. Then there is the great monthly newsletter and not forgetting the 25% discount online, 20% on telephone orders and 10% in the shop and at shows. And if you are lucky enough to live near Barnsley and get to attend the class day in the shop members get 25% off.
They have a very talented design team who take turns opn producing the montly project sheets. You can have a look at the Dimension Stamps blog as well as those of their designers: Sue, Dot, Dawn, Janette, Jackie, Kym and Rita.
They also have a Youtube Channel and Facebook page.
I can not believe it, it's been four years since I have had all my craft goods in one room.
It all started nearly when I found out that I was pregnant with Bianca and we realized we needed a bigger house. We thought we were lucky as there was a lot on the market that we like and that was in our price range so we made our first offer and it was accpeted. Now in an ideal world we would have been in the new house within a few months so I started packing up all my craft stuff and non essentials. But as there is no law governing conduct after accepting an offer in the UK, the seller pulled out. This happened 3 times and cost us a small fortune in legal fees not to mention the agony of have to search through boxes if you need stuff or I wanted to craft. To make a long story short we eventually bought our current house in 2011 but with two babies it took a long old time to unpack everything and work through it all but I am nearly done.
All that need to happen is that the Hubby has to take some time out of his busy running schedule (doing over 50 miles a week) to build my Shelving in the Craft Hut (Shed) and I can get it properly organized but it is organized enought to be able to find what I need in 10 minutes so I can just pull stuff out and create.
To top it off my olderst went back to school today and one of the girls start Nursery next week. This means at least an hour a day for me to craft during the week. Can not tell you how happy I am about this as I got nearly nothing done during the Summer School holiday even though I attempted a few tries. So I will be crafting during the week and posting Saturday or Sunday mornings, depending on what day Daddy will look after our monkeys.
Thanks for being so patient with me over the last few years, while real life took priority over blogging and not have my creating got shown on the blog.
Sabelina CS-9604 is by far my favourite Perpetual Calender stamp set ever. I have used some from other companies but their size always let them down, The frame for the calender page measure 13cmx 15cm (5.118" x 5.905") and it is super easy to use.
I love this set and will be showing you quite a few goodies made with this stamp set. But for today I am sharing my Desktop Calender for 2014.
Card stock: Super Smooth White
Paper: My Minds Eye Wild Asparagus
Ink: Sabelina Iris (waterbased pigments ink)
Stamp Set: Sabelina CS-9604 and Sabelina ER-C23 for number outline
Other: Woodware Bookrings
I recycled some cardboard packaging to make this desktop calender. I cut the 2 covers at 16.5 cm x 18cm and rounded the corners and then 12 inserts at 15cm x 16.5cm and rounded these corners as well before covering both sides with the patterned papers.
I will do a tutorial on how to stamp these pages soon, so do come back.
I live in Britain so you may