RETIRING FLASHBACK White Christmas and SNEAK PEEK of new catalogue items

One of my favourite Christmas sets is leaving us ! White Christmas is perfect for creating little scenes and as you can see below I had a lot of fun with this set. There are currently some still available and you could benefit from a 15% discount too !!

I also have another sneak peek for you of some items from the new Stampin' Up! annual 2016-2017 catalogue - so read on !!

Do you like my card above, I CASEd it from the amazing Brandy Cox (a US Demo), she did a version with a koala bear but I transformed it into a Christmas card, using the Sleigh Ride edgelit dies (now retired - another sad face).

Here is another scene I created using the set -

and I popped it into my Box Card -

I did a full video tutorial on creating this card and there is a simplified version below for just creating the base box card element -

HERE you can find a PDF tutorial and a template to download too, to help with the construction of this card.

And as promised I have another sneak from the Stampin' Up! annual catalogue which goes live on 1 June 2016.  This is another of my Make&Takes from the Paris event. We made a shaker card -

And drum roll ..... Stampin' Up! are introducing FOAM ADHESIVE STRIPS with the new catalogue !! How amazing is that - perfect for creating shaker cards (no more saving of the edge of the Stampin' Dimensionals!). This will make it even easier to create cards like this (again using the retiring White Christmas stamp set) -

I have a video tutorial for the above card, you can see it HERE.

Thanks for joining me today, see you tomorrow for another retiring product highlight and another sneak peek,


  1. I can't find box card measurements anywhere & you demo great but give

    1. You will find all the details including a diagram and PDF in this post

  2. thanks you I searched an hour to find this info on your site Your response is greatly appreciated Sandy

    1. you're very welcome, I'll pop the link in the post above too.x


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