Bet you’re all in shock…..not long after publishing January’s blog, i’m posting February’s too!! Can’t beat striking while the iron is hot!
Firstly i’d like to apologise for the lack of pictures in my product lists…..the website I get them from seems to have thrown a wobbly and won’t work for me at the moment, but I am pushing them to try to help me sort it!
I’d also like to give credit to the people whose designs I’ve ‘cased’ this month….Splitcoast stampers for the ‘Woven Heirlooms’ card, Sally Stampers for ‘The Gangs all Meer’ card and unfortunately I cant remember who I got the ‘shoe Box’ idea and dimensions from, but Thank you!!
Here is what we’ve made this month at our Coffee and a Card group;
Do you like what you see? Come along for an hour (or so’s) crafting….every Monday 11 til 12 ish at The Mallard, Westwood Lakes, Boston, Lincs. PE20 1 RY
As a completely disorganised person, I have decided to try to get my blog in order this year! Yes, I know we are already into February, but that just proves my point as to how dis organised I am!
Instead of attempting to show you all on a weekly basis what we have made at Coffee and a Card groups, I am going to bump several weeks together, thus writing one post for several cards. So, Yes, it will be a bit longer, but I will NOT go into so much detail.
Below is a list of products used, if you want more detail, then please drop me a message using the contact me tab above
Not only can we put the last year behind us and make plans for whats to come, be they new year resolutions, holiday plans, weddings, house moves….we also have the Stampin’Up mini catalogue and Sale-a-bration catalogue to look forward to!
They are both available right now… contact me right now to get one heading your way!
After a hectic Christmas, today was the start of Coffee and a Card for 2020 and we started the year with products from both the mini catalogue and also free products from the sale-a-bration set.
As i said, I have had quite a busy time, so the two cards we made were ‘cased’ from ideas on pinterest. The first by ‘thecraftyscouter.com’, and the second by ‘Lynn Dunn -stamptastic designs.com’