On Saturday, we met at Four and Twenty Blackbirds cafe in Barnstaple for Stamp 'n Sip.
This the first card that everyone made
Can you guess how that stem was done so straight... read on till the end and you will find the answer))
Simple but lovely. And have you noticed the embossed card? That was done using the Country Floral Textured Dynamic Embossing folder - a free item that you can earn if you spend £45 during Sale-a-bration...yay!!!
Look, here is everyone proudly presenting their cards.
You will need these to make this card
For this card we used the Painted Seasons stamp to create a background. This is a 'distinktive' stamp and looks like we had to stamp several layers... but no - its just one stamp to get that lovely flower.
You would need these to make this card
Thank you everyone for coming along, and a special thank you to Tom for the yummy home made cake and for hosting us.
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ps... the stem for the flowers was done using the straightline technique on the Stamparatus. Did you guess that?...... well done if you did.
As well as the goodies listed above, the following were also used either on the day or as part of the preparation