She believed she could and a givaway!


Today I have a very simple one layer card with a sentiment that we could all do with sometimes..... its from the adorable Little Piggy set (again) I love this set so much, the images are cute and easy to colour and very adaptable, and therefore extremely good value for money in my opinion!

I've coloured the images using the Watercolour pencils and add touch of Wink of Stella!

Thanks for stopping by today, all the items I've used to make this projects can be purchased in my SU shop!


p.s. I'd love to hear feedback about the kinds of things you'd like to see on my blog, product reviews/closeups, videos, non-card projects, kits, selection packs of SU goodies for sale etc? I'll have a little Stamping Up prize for one lucky person who leaves a comment.

Just for you- Watercolour Butterfly

Hello, happy Saturday!

Today I have a really bright watercolour-themed card (despite there being no actual watercoloring). Ideal for beginners who like the watercolour look but aren't all that confident at the technique.

I've used the Watercolour Wings stamp set along with the Berry Burst, Blushing Bride and Fresh Fig inks. Then I cut out the butterfly using the Bold Butterfly framelits dies.

The DSP is from the Naturally Eclectic pack and I've had a few sequins.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Rebecca x

White on white- Layered leaves embossing folder

Hello, I have a really simple yet (In my opinion) stunning card, I think it would be ideal for a wedding, christening etc.

The main element of the card is a panel of white card embossed using the Layered Leaves embossing folder. 

The sentiment is from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set and it is stamped on one of the Stitched Shapes die cuts- love these dies! You get so many layers in square, oval and circle for only £27!!

Finally, I've added a strip of gold DSP from the Bundle of Love collection and some sequins.

Aren't the pastel and gold foil papers in the Bundle of Love collection just lovely!?

Thanks for stopping by,

Rebecca x

Just For you- beautiful bouquet


today's card is made with mostly die cut shapes from the Bouquet Bunch Framelits dies with a few little stamped elements from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set- if you're interested in buying both the cheapest way would be to buy them as a bundle AND you'd get a free retired stamp set from me!

Anyway here's the card.....

Thanks for stopping by!

Rebecca x


Hello, I'm back again with a cute little congratulations card made by combining a pig (holding a flower)and clouds from the This Little Piggy stamp set and ballon and sentiment from the Beautiful Bouquet set.

 I've coloured the image using the watercolour pencils, which are an absolute bargain at £14.50!

 Thanks for stopping by today!

Rebecca x

Happy Anniversary - Beautiful Bouquet


sorry I haven't posted this card sooner but I've been super busy, but not only have I got this card done and photographed I have another one scheduled too!

So, this is a nice simple card, ideal for a beginner to stamping. I've used the stamps from the Beautiful Bouquet stamps to build a bunch of tulips- I've only used two ink colours both of which are from the 2017-19 in colours. (Berry Burst and Lemon-lime twist)

Then the panel has been mounted on some matching lemon-lime card and some Berry Burst DSP paper.

Please get in touch if you'd like to purchase any of the products!

Thanks for stopping by today,

Rebecca x

Vellum Wrap- Happy Birthday

Good afternoon,

I've been using some new Stampin Up goodies today along with some older items.

I've very simply stuck the Happy Birthday die cut sentiment (coloured with lemon-lime twist ink) onto a strip of vellum which I've then wrapped over a piece of the Naturally Eclectic DSP. To finish I added a layer of Wink of Stella!

I think this makes quite a nice card for a fella!

Thanks for stopping by and don't if you'd like to order and Stamping Up products I'm giving away some retired stamps for free!

Rebecca x