Hello everyone, I hope you’ve been having a lovely weekend so far. This Sunday I’d like to introduce you to my new theme, Simple Sundays. Every Sunday, I’ll be sharing a quick and easy handmade card design with you, which requires minimal supplies but still creates a lovely little card.

This week I’ll be sharing three simple cards which I’ve made featuring a new stamp set, Queen Anne’s Lace [View Stamp Set]. This stamp set can be found on page 135, if you have your catalogue to hand. [Purchase Catalogue | View PDF]

Queen Anne's lace - Wikipedia

Queen Anne’s Lace is a plant which you may be familiar with, but by another name. Other names for it include Wild Carrot, Bird’s Nest or Bishop’s Lace. From my quick searching on Google, I can see the flowers are mostly white with a soft yellow in the centre, but other varieties do show purple also. To get a bit of pale colour on my flowers, I’ve chosen Petal Pink.


The Queen Anne’s Lace stamp set is photopolymer stamp set, which is a see-through stamp set which allows you to line up the petal stamp with the stem stamp set. For the first card, I’ve layered the largest Stitched Nested Label in Whisper White, onto a Sahara Sand card base. I’ve stamped the flower in Just Jade ink and the petals in Petal Pink ink. A short ribbon length was folded and stapled onto a smaller Stitched Nested Label.


For the next card, I’ve layered the largest Stitched Nested Label in Sahara Sand, onto a Sahara Sand card base. I’ve stamped the flower in Just Jade ink and the petals in Petal Pink ink. I made a bow with the Just Jade 2020-2022 In Color Ribbon, and fixed this with a Glue Dot. Best Wishes was stamped onto the smallest Stitched Nested Label in Just Jade ink.


The final card, I’ve die cut the largest Stitched Nested Label in a layer of Sahara Sand card. This measures 9.5cm x 14.3cm.  I had to make sure this was nice and straight and central before die-cutting. I added foam pads onto the back, ready to stick onto the card. Before I did that I stamped the Queen Anne’s Lace stamp onto the centre of a piece of Whisper White card. Then layers the Sahara Sand layer on top. Both layers were then glued onto the card base with Seal. For a little extra touch, I’ve added 3 of the small sequins from the Artistry Blooms Sequins.


You can click on the colour names below, and it will take you to my Stampin’ Up! shop. It will show you all the products available in that in colour.


Below are all the Stampin’ Up! products I used today. They can be purchased directly from me, in my Stampin’ Up! Online Shop in the UKSimply click the pictures below and it will take you straight to the full details about each product.

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I wanted to take a little time to mention the Pattern Paper Mix Bundles. The very last pack sold yesterday afternoon, and after cutting, sharing, counting, packing, sticking and ribbon tying 40 of these wonderful bundles of paper, I won’t lie to say I was glad of a rest when I finished packing them on Friday. Haha! A whopping 4,000 individual sheets of 6″ x 6″ pattern paper left with the postman yesterday morning, on the way to you. THANK YOU IF YOU PURCHASED 1 or even 2!
I’ve been asked if I’ll ever be doing any more bundles like this, I do have plans to do a Paper Share of the new pattern papers from the new 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue, so if you’re interested lookout for more details coming next week.

Metric Trimmer Guide Stampin' Up!

The Paper Trimmer Metric Blade Guide is here! Item 154980, £3.75.

If you measure in centimetres, rather than inches you can now easily replace your current, imperial guide a new metric guide. This product does not include the Paper Trimmer (item 152392).



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