after today. I really hope you have enjoyed this series so far and
that you have fond some of the hints and tips I have shared helpful.
Today we are using a hostess stamp set. I hesitated before using
this, as you are only able to get it with a qualifying order of at
least £150, but then I thought some of you may already have it and
may want some additional ideas, so here you are.
number of punches as well, one of which, the Jolly Hat Builder Punch,
is retiring after 3 January 2017 – but it is currently still
available at a discount, so if you want it, now is the moment to grab
it before it is gone! Happily, the Owl Builder Punch is from the
Annual Catalogue, so is certainly with us until the middle of next
year – Hurrah!!
day of using up some scraps, there is only one piece of cardstock
that has measurements, the rest are very small scraps. I am also
showing you how to use Stampin’ Markers to do multi-coloured
stamping, and how to make sure your Photopolymer stamps are prepared
to work well with this technique. I have used Real Red and Soft Suede markers for the main colouring, but you could use Crumb Cake instead of the Soft Suede, which are currently available as a duo, which I have added in the list below. alongside the colour family sets.
place an order, remember to use the Hostess Code if your order is
over £20 and under £150 (both excluding P&P), so you can get
some extra crafting goodies free from me, all on-line orders with get
a Thank You card and a little something, but the hostess code means
you get the extra crafty bits too. So pop on over to my shop now and
fill that bag with Lots of Pretty Things!
Cardstock – 2 x 4-1/4inches (5 x 10.5cm)
Diamonds Glimmer Paper – scraps for punching
– scraps for stamping