15.10.19

{Stamping Florals and Geometricals on a One Sheet Wonder}

I've been having lots of fun over on YouTube doing what is called "lives".  It's been really fun getting to know viewers from all around the world as they're able to comment and ask questions as I stamp.  If you use YouTube please subscribe to my channel, and click the bell button to get notifications on your device of when I go "live".

Here is a long video of a process that took about an hour, I ended up stamping 3 sheets and making 8 cards from them.

 STAMPS USED: First Frost, Painted Glass, Lilypad Lake, Beautiful Friendship, Waterfront (splatters)
 COLOURS USED: Sea Side Spray, Purple Posy, Pretty Peacock, Blueberry Bushel, Granny Apple Green, Mint Macaron   


If you haven't got time to watch the long version please watch the shorter version below.


Here are the cards I ended up making.


I thought you might like to see the full sheet before I cut it up.




My usual card size is A6, however because I wanted to show off this stamping I made 2 A5 cards.







Hope you enjoyed looking at these.  If you have been inspired by what you see and would like to share your creations with others then please join my Facebook group Artful Stampin Space here.





Don't forget, if you would like a copy of the new Autumn/Winter catalogue you can drop me a line and I'll pop one in the post to you.  If you can't wait that long, you can see it here.

S H O P for Stampin' Up! products here 

To ensure you get a free gift for shopping with 
Ruth Trice, Independent Stampin' Up! Demontrator
please remember to use the following hostess code when spending up to £149.99, it's on the top right hand side of my blog.  If you are viewing on your mobile then switch to web view and it will be there.

To receive a paper copy of the current catalogue, contact me here 
and to see more inspiration from  
UK Independent Stampin Up demonstrator Ruth Trice please go here







J O I N For free products and discounts on further purchases  

1.10.19

Masculine style card using Pressed Petals DSP and Snowfront

Designed this card a few weeks ago for one of my classes.

I was so pleased how it turned out, I think the colour scheme and the different textures make my heart sing (perhaps the music notes influenced me).  There is a calm and balance to it.


Here is the tutorial.




Don't forget, if you would like a copy of the new Autumn/Winter catalogue you can drop me a line and I'll pop one in the post to you.  If you can't wait that long, you can see it here.

S H O P for Stampin' Up! products here 

To ensure you get a free gift for shopping with 
Ruth Trice, Independent Stampin' Up! Demontrator
please remember to use the following hostess code when spending up to £149.99, it's on the top right hand side of my blog.  If you are viewing on your mobile then switch to web view and it will be there.

To receive a paper copy of the current catalogue, contact me here 
and to see more inspiration from  
UK Independent Stampin Up demonstrator Ruth Trice please go here







J O I N For free products and discounts on further purchases  

25.9.19

{Christmas Stampathon September Home Decor challenge}


Welcome to the...

9th Round of the
Christmas Stampathon 2019

Be inspired every month with a Christmas Challenge on the 25th of the month.

The challenge this month is to make one or more

When you have made your creation, please photograph it and add it to the Facebook group here.

I am joined by the 3 other demonstrators from around the world

Denise Kepple Garrison 'Lady Bug Stampin'  from America

Ellen Woodbridge  and Rosalie Desmond from Australia

I made these vintage inspired decorative pegs.  I love playing with different textures and seeing how they sit together.

Stamp Sets: Crackle, Pop of Petals, Itty Bitty Christmas
Colours: Crumb Cake, Mossy Meadow, Merry Merlot
Tools: Christmas Layers Dies, Four Petal Punch, Leaf Punch
Embellishments: Linen Thread, Burlap Ribbon, Glimmer paper


These little darlings would make great craft stall items, I've sold numerous pegs with a strip of magnet on the back at craft fairs and stalls.  They're a useful and pretty gift.










Don't forget, if you would like a copy of the new Autumn/Winter catalogue you can drop me a line and I'll pop one in the post to you.  If you can't wait that long, you can see it here.


If your wish list is quite long and reaches near the £99 mark then it's worth considering signing up to Stampin' Up! as there is a fantastic sign up offer at the moment.  For £99 join up fee you will receive £130 of product.  Contact me for more details.

S H O P for Stampin' Up! products here 

To ensure you get a free gift for shopping with 
Ruth Trice, Independent Stampin' Up! Demontrator
please remember to use the following hostess code when spending up to £149.99, it's on the top right hand side of my blog.  If you are viewing on your mobile then switch to web view and it will be there.

To receive a paper copy of the current catalogue, contact me here 
and to see more inspiration from  
UK Independent Stampin Up demonstrator Ruth Trice please go here





J O I N For free products and discounts on further purchases  

Info and rules about the Christmas Stampathon 2019
  • This is a collaboration between Stampin' Up! Demonstrators in the US, UK and Australia. 
  • Everyone is welcome to join in the Challenge.
  • The Challenge will be set on the 25th of the month (January-October) on each of the organisers social media. The deadline for submission is 11pm on the 24th of the following month in your respective time zone.
  • Join the Facebook group for up to date announcements and to submit entries https://www.facebook.com/groups/569826780020011/
  • Challenge Rules
  • To be entered into the Prize Draw in November you need to complete 1 or more of the challenge. You will earn 1 virtual ticket entry every month you complete a challenge and an addition 10 virtual tickets if you complete all 10 months.
  • Photos of your projects need to be posted on the Facebook group post for that month or emailed to one of the organising demonstrators to be shared, please state your country of residency.
  • To be eligible to win a prize you need to live in the USA, UK or Australia.
  • All entries must use at least one Stampin' Up! product - ideally a stamp.
  • The winners will be randomly selected by an online generator from all the eligible participants.
  • By submitting a photo you give the organisers permission to use the photo on their blog and social media.
  • There are prizes available for each country. The first prize is US $60, UK £50, AUS $88 of product that the organisers will choose and ship free of charge. The second prize is a sample of each of the items the organiser/s from your respective country makes.
  • Everyone who participates will be allowed to use our specially designed badge that can be displayed on your blog.
  • Please use the hashtag #christmasstampathon2019 in any social media you post your entries to.
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