Thanks for popping in.
Need a hug?
Well here’s one from me…
How about a quickie? A step-by step I mean!
I have used last month’s beautiful stamp from the
New Design Stamp Club.
If you aren’t already in the Clarity Clubs,
you can join one, two or all three of our clubs, and receive a stonking good stamp stencil and baby groovi plate every month.
Only costs £5 per club per month.
You get a lovely concertina double-project booklet too,
like last month’s stamp one here…
I can’t tell you how much effort goes into the three clubs
I usually do the whole thing myself,
although lovely Dee helps me out from time to time
with some projects, when I am overwhelmed.
Not only do you receive the projects and the products,
but also a storage folder.
You then get 10% discount on all Clarity purchases from us as a Gold Member (1 or 2 clubs)
And 15% discount as a Diamond member (all 3 clubs)
Added to that , there’s a Member’s only 1/2 price sale
which is going on through January.
So if you like the sound of that, then why not call jeannine tomorrow and get signed up?
Anyway, back to the quickie!
Stamp the lovely heart onto a piece of our lovely new Designer paper from the Sweet Dreams pad.
Then we should find an area on the reverse side to stamp
and cut out the little elements….
Zig glue is best for this. Doesn’t make the paper buckle.
And here’s your hugs…
Word Chain just for the occasion
I do love my Word chain stash…
Trim back the centrepiece…
What I want to do is mount it on another piece of the paper – the back of the sheet I’ve used.
But the lovely dark edging ! DOn’t want to cut that off.
Time for a quick fold in the centre….
Now the lovely clouded edges are still in the picture!
Layer up the centrepiece on black paper.
Mount the background onto a white 8” x 8” card.
Attach the front piece only along the middle fold,
so it is raised off the back. Nice.
Happy with this one.
I liked the heart from the start.
It’s a Jayne Nestorenko element
we plucked from her wonderful box.
How’s she doing?
Not great. Her husband called me yesterday evening
to put me in the picture.
I am hoping to get to speak to her on Friday.
Life is so harsh to the wrong ones so often.
So here’s sending hugs to you, and you, and you.
Hugs were invented to let people know you love them
and you care for them without having to say a word.
Love & Hugs,