Friday, August 31

Final Day

There are just a few hours left for our August digi deal
Ends at midnight (AEST)

Thursday, August 30

Digital Release: Magnolias

Originally released as a clear stamp set, Magnolias has been one of our most loved sets of images. Now you can purchase it in digital format, complete with full colour images, black and white line drawings and coordinating sentiments.

digital stamp set

Tuesday, August 28

Simple Flowers

A couple more cards with the Keeping it Simple set.

Sunday, August 26

Bright Blooms

My favourite thing about the new Keeping It Simple set is that you can literally, keep it simple. You don't have to worry too much about shading and highlighting, matching colours and creating depth. 

Friday, August 24

New Release: Keeping It Simple

Forget about colouring inside the lines! Just throw some colour on these simple designs for a fabulous artsy look. They're perfect for all sorts of mediums... so break out your favourite markers, paints or pencils and get messy!
Keeping It Simple
digital stamp set

Have a look at the fabulous projects created by my designers...

Thursday, August 23

One Week To Go

Our digital stamp offer ends at midnight on the 31st of August (AEST)

Wednesday, August 22

Pink Lilies

One of the display cards I created for the upcoming Brisbane craft fairs.

Stamps: Lovely Lilies

Monday, August 20

White Lilies

There are a couple of ways to achieve beautiful white flowers on your cards. For this project, I stamped the image onto some gorgeous purple card stock with black ink, which is pretty much invisible once the image is coloured. Then I used white pencil to colour, remembering to apply more pressure to the lighter areas of the flowers where the highlights would normally occur. Shadows are formed by allowing the dark background colour to show through.

Stamps: Lovely Lilies

Friday, August 17

New Release: Lovely Lilies

Calla lilies come in a spectacular range of beautiful colours and have been a perennial favourite for weddings, funerals and other significant occasions. This new set features two lily images as well as a mix of sentiments for sympathy cards, wedding and anniversary cards, thank you's or just to let someone know you're thinking of them.

Carla and Anesha have created these beautiful cards using the images and sentiments from the new set.

Wednesday, August 15

Alcohol Inks

Alcohol ink is so named because the dye is suspended in an alcohol solution making it fast drying and suitable for various surfaces including non-porous items like glass. Generally speaking, alcohol ink is purchased in liquid form contained in small bottles or pens. It can be applied in a number of ways, including brushes, direct application, daubers or felt pads. What many people don’t realise is that it is quite easy to make your own alcohol ink at home with a couple of basic ingredients.

Here’s a recipe:
In a small, clean screw top jar, mix ½ cup of isopropyl alcohol to every two teaspoons of liquid Rit dye. Add more dye as necessary to create a deeper colour, but keep in mind that a little goes a long way. Shake well, making sure the two liquids combine properly before use. Apply using your favourite method.

August Offer...

Don't miss our digital stamp sale
Offer valid until the end of August 2018

Sunday, August 12

Hoot Hoot

I've had this fabulous piece of patterned paper in my stash for quite a while, waiting for just the right character to come along. Enter this little owl with his crazy eyebrows and piercing green eyes... seems a perfect fit to me!

Stamps: You're A Hoot

Friday, August 10

New Release: You're A Hoot

Five quirky images and six sassy sentiments make this the perfect set to create fabulous cards for fun-loving friends and family. All our digital sets come complete with black and white line drawings as well as full-colour images... very handy for when you're in a hurry!

You're A Hoot
digital stamp set

My designers have worked over time with this new set to create lots of fabulous and inspiring projects. Check out all their great cards as well as the awesome glass coasters created by Anesha.