Nudge Nudge Ink Ink

at , Gold Coast, 4220 Australia

I am an Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator based on the Gold Coast, Australia. I love making cards and teaching people how to make cards. I run regular cardmaking classes from home.


Nudge Nudge Ink Ink

Gold Coast , QLD 4220
Australia
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http://www.nudgeink.blogspot.com

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Last week I ran a class using Stampin' Up!® foils and all sorts of great techniques.
Two cards explored the Tarnished Foil technique where we built up layers of black StazOn and Copper and Gold Embossing Folder.
The results are amazing and work so well with the Garage Gears Thinlits.
We used the same technique on the second card using Copper Foil and also the Tin Tile Embossing Folder.
Our last card used the Black Ice Technique.
My class on Tuesday 14th May, focussed on using up your DSP stocks - we all do it: we hold on to it, because we love our DSP, but we have lots of stock to use up to make way for the new Stampin Up ® Catalogue coming on June 4th 2019.
We explored a mix of using Stampin Up ® envelopes which we decorated (above), and creating our own envelopes from DSP using the retiring Envelope Punch Board (below) with matching single sheet note cards.
It was as simple as punching out circles, in the matching DSP below, and a strip to decorate the envelope, to create a pretty 'Thank You' card.
The last two cards below, again match the colours in the DSP, to the card front and the envelope.
It's the perfect punch for creating interesting patterns on cards with DSP or plain cardstock.
We had fun using the Gingham Gala DSP to make this cute little basket and teeny cards.
And another box - the Mini Pizza Boxes - we did a little watercolouring of these images using our Aquapainters,
Our last two projects were two full size cards - this one used the Wood Crate Framelits to make a crate of cards.
And the last project featured wooden vases punched out using the coordinating punch.
A flat pack embellishment is easy to pretty up with some DSP and some ribbon.
Love the bright colours in this How Sweet It Is DSP which is also retiring!
looks after us but you never know when your number will come up and what your prize will be!
Thanks for stopping by!
If you would like to know more about the starter kit or about joining my team, the Lorikeet Stampers, email me at wheatonanna@hotmail.com!