Monday, September 29, 2014

Hung up on baby cards...

Hi, I have again gone silly with baby cards...

I love the idea that you can stamp and cut out the mage fairly quickly. and even if you dont want to stamp, you can still get a cutout of the shapes you want.

AND the other idea that crossed my mind while playing today, is if you dont have the same colour cardstock, matching DSP (designer paper series) and ink. Then it's easier to mix them up...

Go on and jump in, have some fun and make a stack...:)  


Kissing technique. Ink a patterned stamp and place a more solid image stamp on top to ink it. Then stamp it onto paper. I also inked the emboss folder for background paper.
Using the same inked embossed folder stamping, for the background and then DSP for the onesie. Not matching exact colours, still looks great.
DSP for the background and solid stamping for the the onesie in matching colour. Mixing colours is easy.
DSP all over. And if you don't have enough DSP for just one square, cut it out of the middle of the background and then cover it up.

DSP all over again, but if you if you don't have enough solid base colour use another, in this case I used black.
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Cheers Tamsin Adams
Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator and lover of all crafty things...

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Seasonally Scattered and Bermuda Bay

Having fun with Bermuda Bay...I am so stuck on this gorgeous colour.

Basically a quick look at a few cards I have been playing with today...

This one really needed sparkle, a few jewels later... Makes me feel happy. I used Bermuda Bay, Real Red, Early Espresso. Seasonally Scattered and Hardwood. Sorry the pic was a bit yellowy.


AND showing the detail. I love the "Merry" Stamp for my christmas cards this year.


Here's another one:
And using Dazzling Details for a  silver sparkle...


AND the last one, which I am not sure of, but I think I like it...
Bermuda Bay ink and Lost Lagoon cardstock just to add change. I think they work together. What do you think?



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Cheers Tamsin Adams
Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator and lover of all crafty things...

Monday, September 8, 2014

Card class September 2014

SO here we are again, making 3 projects and having soup for lunch. I love it.

Here is what we made:

A father's day box to add some homemade soap too...


Island Indigo, Crumb Cake and Chocolate Chip, "Dad" carved in Undefined stamp

And two very Merry Christmas cards, Quite simple and easy.





Real red ink, negative space star punch on Lucky Limeade. Merry from Seasonally Scattered stamp set. 







Bermuda Bay, Real Red, Hello Honey, Glitter Star. Gorgeous Grunge and Merry Everything stamp sets

It was a lovely day with friends...

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Cheers Tamsin Adams
Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator and lover of all crafty things...

Friday, August 22, 2014

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Instead of the normal $235, for one week only, Stampin' Up! want to offer $20 more, into your starter kit..(and whatever you want (like a big shot) if you want to join up as a hobby demo even)...Noice one.

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Cheers Tamsin Adams
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Sneak Peek #2 - Seasonally Scattered

Gday gorgeousness.

I totally love this stamp set.

Seasonally scattered stamped in calypso coral, teamed with lost lagoon and the retired colour of lucky limeade. (old olive would work too)




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Cheers Tamsin Adams
Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator and lover of all crafty things...

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Sneak Peek - Seasonally Scattered

Hello, I have trialed a new stamp set from the new Seasonal Catalogue 2014, Seasonally Scattered. 

I just love the way it stamps, for embossing, on the naturals and the well known whisper white... I have only trialed one of the stamps out of three. Keep you itching for more...

How did I get this stamp so early? Because as a Stampin' Up! Demo, I am allowed to order some of the new products early...Number 1 perk being a Demo...

Here you go I have combined all the photos from instagram using MDS...awesome.




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Monday, August 11, 2014

Hand knitted neck warmers

Simple and beautifully warm, easy hand knitted neck warmers

The yarn purchased from Spotlight
as Pictured in Red.
Moda vera AMBRUNI
(60% Acylic, 20%Alpaca and 20% Wool)
The brown yarn was a 12 ply in a mix of acrylic/wool, we didn't keep the ball band.

The Tension (about 12 ply)
on ball band 6.5mm needles
14 st x 19 rows (10cm x 10cm sq.)
2 balls, but we used only 1/4 of second ball.

The Pattern handknited and "made up by My mum".

Using 7mm needles
Cast on 30 stitches
Knit 28 rows rib 2x2
134 rows of garter stitch
Knit 28 rows rib 2x2
Cast off.

Sew on 3 buttons as per photo and catch a few stitches underneath at the bottom of neck warmer to keep under flap in place.

Twoooo beautiful.
Wearing the point to the side (knitted with another yarn-wool/acrylic mix in 12 ply)
Wearing the point to the centre. (knitted with the AMBRUNI)
Cheers The Nanny, Tam's mum.

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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Stained glass leadlight hanging lampshades

Hi

My other hobby I love and wish to share is stained glass or leadlight...
This is one hobby that I have always stuck with. Though there are not many hobbies that I have ditched really...(need a bigger house now)...

I just wanted to share some photos that I have taken using Instagram...It is faster than I thought and quite easy to get obtain a great pic of your subject...loving it...

Lovely hanging boy boat lampshade (lights off).
Lovely hanging boy boat lampshade (lights off).
Pretty blue hanging (lights on).
Pretty blue hanging (lights off.
Gorgeous hanging aqua (lights on).
Purples and hanging.
Little lamp to display on a small stand. Love the cosy glow from this one, in the corner
My favourite, recycled amber glass. Hangning in my passage way.
Blue Grey, lovely glow.


Inspirations everywhere...
Have fun looking...

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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Infinity sparkle mesh scarf

Its so easy. Just like the arm knitting craze. But I have too big hands compared to my wrist size and I've tried enough times to keep pulling it apart. There are plenty of tutorials on the web now, Here are my girls having a go...

This yarn was the Moda Vera Hope yarn from Spotlight.
Here is my scarf and the pattern below:

I have used the Metallic Mesh yarn, normally used to knit the frilly wavy scarf, but I have used it as a normal strand, just another way to use my stash.

I've used 25mm needles. Cast on 8 stitches.
Pattern is Knit one row, Purl the next. Change colour and carry up side of work every two rows. I have knitted up two balls of yarn until ran out. This gave me a lovely lengthy scarf to wrap around twice.
Have fun...
Around my neck

For gifts and selling...yay for stash busting

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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

NEW IN-COLOURS


Here are the cards I made for a display at my Catalogue Launch, with four other lovely ladies.

I think I will make a tutorial page for all the things that I can put together on a tab/page above...Sounds like fun yeah...and a bit of work...

Here you go:









AND:
 


 


 
 





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Cheers Tamsin Adams
Independent Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator and lover of all crafty things...