August brings..........

Wow! 1st August already, hadn't realised I'd been AWOL for so long - sorry!
Let's kick of with our August promotion, then a little card from my recent Stamp Camp to finish up.
If you've already got a Bigshot and have no need of a 2nd then the bundles are still available throughout August. Buying as a bundle brings a saving of 15% on the individual catalogue price.
Below are close ups of the bundles, all can be found in either the annual or new seasonal catalogue (this will be available to customers from 28th August).
Like the look of these? You can find them in my online store - link in the right sidebar, just tap in the item number when you go to order.
So, you just noticed the words 'new seasonal catalogue'? Yep, that's right. Our Autumn/Winter Occasions catalogue will be released to customers on 28th August. If you are one of my customers and have ordered from me in the past 6 months then a copy will wing it's way to you. If you're not but would like a copy the please contact me - Lesley at or 07725 217695.

Last saturday I held my Stamp camp. Ladies met together to make 15 cards each. Most of the stamps used were newly released in our annual catalogue only last month. All the cards were different and I'll be stopping by here to post them. I'm going to leave you with one today. Most of the cards are my own design, a couple are CASED, with permission from the originator, simply because I loved the card they produced. Today we'll start with one of mine.

This card came about due to the fact that the brand new Flower Patch stamp set from the new annual catalogue was sooo popular that I was still awaiting delivery and only had the matching Flower Fair dies. As you can see, I used one of the die to make random cuts into a piece of Crisp Cantaloupe cardstock, drew around the edges of the negative images with a chalk pen - you could also use a gel marker or white pencil - and then mounted to cardstock onto toning DSP (Lullaby). Trimmed with new Hello Honey ribbon, since that colour is also featured on the DSP, and then mounted onto my base card. I might, finally, be warming to crisp cantaloupe. But that lush Hello Honey is already a favourite!
So, what do you think? Little bit different?
Thanks for stopping by, do visit again soon for some more stamp camp cards.