Friday, 13 June 2014

Shoreline Treasures Now Available

We have just added the 'Shoreline Treasures' collection by Pion Designs to the website. 

These projects below were created by the very talented Pion Design Team to show this collection of papers in use:


~ Charlotte ~

Thursday, 12 June 2014

New Mixed Kit now available - 'Seashore'

 Do you have summer beach/holiday photos or will be taking some this year? Do you want to take the stress out of co-ordinating items online or spending a lot of money on full packs of items only to find you only use some from each? If so then our 'Seashore' mixed kit might be for you!

We have put this kit together with a whole host of different embellishments and papers which all co-ordinate together - the kit contains everything you might need from flowers, sparklers, pearl dots, rub-ons and even starfish!

You can find this kit here and if you would also like to purchase some co-ordinating cardstock sheets we have also put together a cardstock add-on kit here. All 6 colours within this add-on co-ordinate with the papers in this kit. 

~ Charlotte ~

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

June Mid Month Kit Release Sneak Peek....

Kit will be online and available to purchase Wednesday 11th June :)

~ Charlotte ~

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Creating a decorative circle using a Martha Stewart 'Punch Around the Page Set'

Today I wanted to share how I created the punched circle on our latest monthly kit:

To create the punched circle I used the same punch set which created the shaped design around the outside of the page on the same layout. With this punch set you receive a border punch and a corner punch:

For the circle you will need to use just the corner punch from the set. 
Start by cutting a circle from your patterned paper - I cut my circle to 8.5"

Flip the punch over so that you can see where the design will cut and align it so that the top edge of the design is on the edge of your circle. 

Punch and you should then end up with this:

 To punch the next part you want to again align the top of the punch design to the edge of your circle and align the edge of the punch design to where the cut out part of the circle is from your previous cut:

 Simply continue all around the circle until it is complete:

If you have any questions at all please let me know.

You can find this particular punch here.

~ Charlotte ~