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Papergang October Review

I’m still loving this subscription! I almost forget about it each month and so when I get home to find it on my doormat, it’s like Christmas. Speaking of Christmas, this isn’t as festive as you might expect. While I do like the colour scheme, I’m in two minds as to whether I’m disappointed that it doesn’t reflect the season. As it’s the box that contains the December calendar card I would have liked something a little more wintery. In terms of the  ...

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Cardmaking

Super cute balloon birthday cards done two ways

Back to cardmaking today with some simple children’s cards I say childrens, but actually with the right colour combination, they’d be just as nice for adults too. This design was inspired by something I found over on Pinterest a while ago. I love balloon cards generally but I liked the idea of not seeing the full balloon. I also though this would be a fantastic opportunity to bring out the brightly coloured cardstock. To make these cards you can do one of two things: Use die  ...

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Cardmaking, Planning

Planner Society April Review

This was the month that seemed to divide opinion! When Christy posted the first sneak peek on her Instagram lots of people didn’t seem to like it? I had no idea why because the designs were gorgeous! I love the bold colours in this box! Cardmaking I like to call these the cardmaking goodies from the box, as that’s largely what I’ll use them for. Some of the die cuts this month aren’t really to my taste and I’m not sure how I’d use them. But the rest are  ...

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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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