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Cardmaking, Planning

Essential Silhouette Tools

I’ve had my Silhouette for 3, maybe 4 years now? Over the years I’ve built up a little supply of Silhouette tools that I’d call pretty essential for anyone just getting into using the machine. While many of these are geared towards sticker making primarily, I use most of these when cardmaking too. The fiddly stuff Tweezers are a bit of a given really. They massively help to get those small die cuts picked up off the mat. Particularly with card stock I find if I’m not  ...

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Cardmaking

Latest Birthday Cards

I finally got some crafting time again thanks to all these lovely bank holidays! As The Planner Society goodies are my current cardmaking go to supplies I got them out once again.  So this is very similar to a card I’ve made before. I’ve been wanting to recreate it for a while now. This is using papers I believe from Jan’s Planner Society kit? I just cut out the same sunburst design on four different papers and put them together like a puzzle. I backed that with the same  ...

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Cardmaking, Other crafts, Planning

Planner Society January 2017 Review

Wow, this month was packed full of goodies! After seeing the sneaks of the Planner Society January box I knew I was in for a treat. Nothing compares however, to opening up that box for yourself and picking through everything in it. It took me a while just to look through everything and I was really happy with what I got. Once again I’m blown away with how great the value of this kit is! The colours aren’t necessarily that I would choose myself but I absolutely adore them.  ...

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Cardmaking, Other crafts, Planning

Planner Society December 2016 Review

Ahh I get so excited when my box arrives! I wonder if subscription boxes will ever get old for me? I highly doubt it. I’ve been getting various ones now for about four years and I still get just as excited when they arrive. Anyway, once again I was blown away by everything Christy put together. It was also not very festive, meaning I didn’t have to use it purely for the winter months. This may actually be my favourite bit about the boxes – that they’re not too  ...

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