Saturday 30 September 2017

Using Hearts Come Home by SU!

Hello there,
Quickly, I just want to mention that I have just one spare place on my All Day Christmas class this coming Saturday (7th October) and three spare places at Mondays (9th October) class. These places are on a "class only" basis and you would be sharing my stamps and dies. You will still enjoy a full day of crafting fun and to make 16 cards to take home! Message me if you would like to join us for crafting, christmas tunes and mince pies as standard ;-)
OK, so today's card is one we made at my last class during September which was a stamp-a-stack. I love the Hearts Come Home bundle and it just works so, so well in classic Navy and White so that's exactly what I did...
The navy card was swiped with a baby wipe dipped in navy ink to give it a little bit of texture.
 And the stars were made using the die from Carols of Christmas and then inlaying a gold glimmer moon.
TIP: For die cutting (these houses and more) I prefer to use thick whisper white card rather than regular whisper white card. Regular whisper white rolled more to be extra smooth, so perfect for stamping.
I love the simplicity of this card, cool and classy :-)
So, that's all from me for today, I do hope you liked todays card and I'll be back tomorrow with another make ;-)
Thanks to everyone who has ordered with me already this month, please note the hostess code for September closes at 6pm this fine evening.
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Stampin' Hugs,


  1. Beautiful,(as usual). Do you have tips for the Stary sky die? What to do so the edge marks don't leave impression. thanks so much

    1. Thank you Peggy :-) I know what you mean and I haven't found a way to not get the edges to impress when using this die either! But, to minimise this I use my bone folder and gently rub over where the impression is and smooth it out as much as possible.
      I hope this helps a little with your cardmaking,
      Hugs, Sarah-Jane xx

    2. Thanks, I'll give it a try. I so enjoy seeing what that great mind of yours comes up with!


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